This is my 1998 Ibis Mojo that I built ten years ago , it has the special "hand job" brake boss that was a special option as they where discontinued on Ibis mountain bikes after 1997 due to the advent/proliferation of linear pull brakes, the color is Not Judy Yellow. I rebuilt the wheels using the original Ti-Dye spokes and N.O.S. Mavic 217 rims with spoke elbow washers for a stronger wheel, the old and worn PD-M747 pedals where replaced with nearly new and again period PD-M747 pedals, all of the worn parts where replaced with period 1998 XTR M-950, etc..

This bike has seen literally hundreds of MTB races and a 24 hour race and quite possibly many thousands of off road miles! No dents, no dings just the usual scratches and chips on the paint.

Stem, Bar, Bar ends: Ibis
Headset: Chris King
Saddle: Brooks Swift Ti........the most comfortable saddle I`ve ridden, yes OFFROAD!
Seatpost: ControlTech Elite butted Ti bolt, pewter color
Brakes: XTR
Hubs: XTR
Shifters: XTR
Cranks: XTR
Derailleurs: XTR
Cassettes: XTR Ti
Pedals: Shimano PD-M747
Chain: Sachs PC80R hollow plate
Rims: Mavic 217 32 hole
Tires: Ritchey WCS ZMax 2.1
Spokes: Marwi Ti-Dye
Fork: Fox Float 80RL *first generation Float, the Ibis originally had the Marzocchi Z2 Atom Bomb




Ibis Mojo - Pretty Bird

Ibis Mojo - side view

Ibis Mojo - front view


Ibis Mojo - rear view with hand job
Ibis Mojo - nondrive side view

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