Mojo 3 NX Eagle Complete Bike - 2018
Mojo 3 NX Eagle Complete Bike - 2018 Mojo 3 NX Eagle Complete Bike - 2018


Mojo 3 NX Eagle Complete Bike - 2018

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    You could call it the baby brother to the Mojo HD3 or the successor to the Mojo SL/SL-R. Either way, it’s a good thing.The Mojo 3 shares a lot of DNA with the HD3. Where the HD3 is a big and burly, the Mojo 3 is light and taut. The latest generation of the dw-link gives the bike its amazing climbing and descending abilities. Low, long and slack best describes the geometry, with the added bonus of extremely short chainstays. Notably, it’s not so slack that only a few World Cup Downhill pros can use it to its full capacity. The bike is nimble yet massively capable. The Mojo 3 also features a Boost swingarm, this makes for an overall stiffer rear end (wheel and frame). A highly evolved carbon layup makes the frame as stiff as an HD3 at only 5.45 lbs (with shock, size medium). Boost also allows you to fit  2.8” tires in 425mm chainstays and have the option of using a 2X front derailleur.  

    Let's start by focusing on the tire and wheel discussion for this bike, which is where the biggest areas of change are happening. The first thing many people will notice is the ability to run 27.5"+ tires on the Mojo 3. What’s not immediately evident is that you can also run standard 27.5” tires. In other words, you can choose either normal tires or 2.8"+ tires with the same frame and wheelset.

    If a rider wants a fast/light setup or there is already plenty of traction in his/her area, a 2.2" - 2.4" tire will be great.  Also, wide tires don’t work as well in the mud so if you’ve got sticky mud, take the plus tires off. You’ll have huge clearance for your thinner mud spikes, all with the same wheelset. 

    Need something a little burlier, but don't want to jump to the plus sized tires? Ibis worked with Maxxis to make a wide-rim specific tire, dubbed the Wide Trail, available so far with a few of Maxxis' most popular tires including the Minion DHF and Minion DHR II. This tire is specifically designed to be run on rims with a 30 - 35mm inner rim width. The side knobs are much more supportive and cornering confidence is increased immensely.

    Ready to go for the plus sized tires? Through rider testing and feedback, Ibis has come to the conclusion that the Mojo 3 rides best with a 2.8"+ tire. The 3" - 3.2"+ tires tend to feel a bit too bouncy, and of course, weight is another factor. From the sounds of it, most of the testers came back with the opinion that 2.8"+ is the ideal width if you're going plus-sized. Big enough to get the benefits of greater air volume and traction, but not inherently bouncy or heavy.  With a lightweight 2.8"+ tire, the bike’s capabilities jump a level while the weight/speed/rolling resistance drawbacks are minimal. Wide is good but too tall is bad. Tall is just an un-damped spring and those become a handful at speed. They do float along absorbing things at low speed but it all falls apart once you try to go fast over rough terrain.  2.8"+ tires need to be set up with relatively low pressures (13-16psi), at which point wide rims are mandatory. We recommend going with at least a 30mm inner rim width for the plus-sized tire range. 

    So that's that for the tire/wheel debate. On to the suspension. Here’s a little bit about Ibis' approach to shock tuning. As with many bikes, the goal is to create a supple beginning stroke, while offering enough support to absorb the harsh hits. Because the air spring is so well matched to the suspensions leverage ratio, the compression damping can be very light. This makes the suspension more effective and gives a smooth controlled feel. You also get more consistent suspension performance because the shock does not become under-damped as it heats up less under heavy riding. As expected, the Mojo 3 utilizes the tried-and-true dw-link suspension platform, offering excellent pedaling efficiency and a very supple feel overall.

    Other details on the Mojo 3 include full internal cable routing, a detachable front derailleur mount, and an included polycarbonate downtube protector. The Mojo 3 is supported by Ibis' seven year warranty.


    Frame Material: Carbon
    Wheel Size: 27.5" Plus, 27.5"
    Rear Axle Standard: 12x148mm Boost
    Rear Shock: Your Choice - Make a Selection
    Rear Shock Size: 200mm x 51mm
    Rear Shock Hardware: 8mm x 21.8mm Top / Open Eyelet Bottom
    Rear Suspension Travel: 130mm
    Headset: Cane Creek 40 Series
    Headset Standard: ZS44mm/ZS56mm
    Fork: Your Choice - Make a Selection
    Fork Axle: 15x110mm Boost
    Wheelset: Your Choice - Make a Selection
    Tires: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.8"
    Crankset: SRAM NX Eagle DUB 32T
    Chainguide Tabs: ISCG '05 3-Bolt
    Bottom Bracket: SRAM DUB
    BB Standard: 68mm BSA
    Chain: SRAM NX Eagle
    Front Derailleur Mount: High Direct Mount
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM NX Eagle 12sp
    Cassette: SRAM PG-1230 11/50T
    Seatpost: Your Choice - Make a Selection
    Seat Post Diameter: 31.6mm
    Seat Post Clamp: Ibis Bolt-On
    Seat Post Clamp Diameter: 34.9mm
    Seat: Ibis Custom CroMo
    Shifters: SRAM NX Eagle 12sp
    Handlebar: Ibis 780mm 7075 Alloy
    Stem: Ibis 3D Forged 31.8mm
    Grips: Lizard Skins Logo Lockon
    Brakes: Shimano BR-M615 w/180mm front / 160mm rear rotors
    Water Bottle Cage Mounts: One
    Intended Use: Trail/AM
    Warranty: 7 Years on Frame


    • Bolt-on axle
    • Removable ISCG '05 chainguide tab
    • DW-Link suspension platform
    • Internal cable routing for shifter, brake, dropper
    • Water bottle cage mount on all sizes
    • Polycarbonate downtube protector


    mm / inches

    With 140mm Travel Fork (529mm Axle-to-Crown)

    Size S M L XL
    Seat Tube 366 425 470 514
    Top Tube 581 596 617 638
    Reach 421 424 441 457
    BB Height 337 337 337 337
    Head Angle 67.1 67.1 67.1 66.8
    Seat Angle 74.4 73.8 73.7 73.6
    Standover 676 712 724 754
    Chainstay 425 425 425 425
    Head Tube 85 105 117 132
    Wheelbase 1126 1137 1158 1180
    Stack 573 495 602 616
    Max Seatpost Insertion 155 185 230 275


    cm / ft

    Size S M L XL
    Rider Height (cm) 153 - 165 163 - 175 175 - 188 183 - 198

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