Ibis have announced a new update to their popular Mojo model which will see the bike become boost and plus compatible, made possible with the design of an all new swingarm. Get all the details direct from Ibis below:


The capable and versatile Ibis Mojo HD3 will become even more capable. With the addition of an all-new swingarm design, the HD3 is now both Boost and Plus tire compatible, accommodating the delightfully grippy Plus tires up to 2.8”. The new HD3 is in stock and available for immediate shipping in all three colors.

With the addition of Plus capability, you can build the HD3 in three distinct categories that will accommodate wildly different conditions and styles of riding, all with a single set of wheels.

Ibis Mojo HD3 Detail Shots:

Our dw-link suspension effectively decouples suspension travel from climbing performance, so if XC or light trail bike duty is what you’re after, a nice light set of 2.3” tires will turn this beast into a svelte shredder. If you ride in mud a lot, some 2.3 mud spikes will fit with gobs of clearance.For those of you who just want to point it straight downhill or if you ride in very rough and rocky conditions, put on some 2.5s with good sidewall protection and hold on tight.

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Hint: if you want to use every mm of the 150mm travel HD3, the new Wide Trail (WT) Maxxis Minions are an ideal match for our 35mm internal width carbon rims.
And finally, the new kids on the block, equally confidence inspiring for beginner and expert alike, the 2.8” Plus tires from both Maxxis and Schwalbe offer levels of grip we’ve never seen this side of Velcro.

That’s Not All
For current HD3 owners who want to upgrade to Boost/Plus, we’ve got great news. We are offering a swingarm retrofit kit for the 142mm HD3s to convert to the Boost/Plus swingarm.

Ibis Mojo HD3 Swingarm Conversion:

The retrofit kit consists of:
All new HD3 Boost/Plus Swingarm
New 148mm Hexle
Boost lower link
Boost lower link rear shaft hardware
Boost compatible front derailleur mount
Retrofit kits will be available in April.


For more information visit the Ibis-Website.

Words & Photos: Ibis Press Release

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