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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by MMcG, Sep 28, 2005.
New incarnation - Ibis Mojo with dw-link suspension........pretty damned sexy!!
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Holy crapizzle! Dats da rizzle shizzle dizzle!
Sorry about that.
Man, I was hoping to buy an indie-fab dw bike one day, but that thing is siiiiiick! And I'm a downhiller.
I think it's the first time I've used that icon.
Wow, i might actually consider riding XC if i had a bike like that.
does it come in Rootbeer?
mm hot. at first glance, one would think "VPP"
How much travel on that IBIS?
The links don't rotate in the same direction as VPP.
The bike is hot, though
I am really excited about this bike. I want one. And I want to ride it wearing a new Swobo jersey.
who has a good selection of ibike pics up?
That is hot! Ibis is back? thats awesome!
More info, X-post from DH:
Link no work!
that bike is sick!!!!!
Remember the "Hand Job" cable hanger/stop?
No carbon fiber for this boy, I don't trust it.
She's beautiful :heart:
What's retail on her?
You have to get used to carbon.
I got a great deal on FSA carbon cranks and bars for one of my bikes, so I figured the cranks would look cool on my wall after I broke them (I've broken several downhill cranks).
I was super nervous at first and thought every rock I hit was going to snap them, but they've totally blown me away.
When my downhill bike was out of commission, I ended up taking my 5 1/2" travel "trail" bike to N* twice. Rode everything there pretending I was on a downhill bike. Smacked the pedals HAAARRRD a couple of times, each time expecting my crank to explode. Nothing happened. Jumps and drops, nothing happened.
Just boring old, stupid light, carbon parts.
I trust carbon fiber, but for the pure drool and bling factor Ti gives me wood every time.
Wood is actually chemically closer to carbon than Ti. But I'm a slut and will take bling from any material thanx
cool to see dave working with the smaller companies. i think that is a good move on ibis' part to jump head first into that ballgame. for one, i am glad to see ibis back to building bicycles. horay for scott nicols!!!
at the Plattekill XC race I did last week, an expert riders carbon frame couldnt handle the course.......busted frame
the mess i just made on my keyboard and monitor
140mm of travel ...fvck me running....all mtn goodness
That bike is too sick! I don't know what I'd do....ride it or display it in my living room. I'd love to give that and the IF Tungsten Electrode a head to head test...... just thinking about it is giving me impure superbike thoughts.... :evil:
but how much is it??
i MUST know!
While on the topic.....has anyone checked out the new and improved dw-link website. Interesting stuff.
where do the water bottles go?
Focus, man. Focus.
You don't need water bottles, just a spit catcher to scoop up the drool of all the people you ride by.
What's the weight on that bad boy?
I think I need to change my shorts.....
Velonews has a nice write up . Still not a lot of tech details though.
"Lightweight (sub 6 lb) frame, swingarm, rear shock"
that thing aint got sh1t on this bad boy:
Oooooooohhhhh........ not *just* carbon, but nude carbon.
BTW - how's the garage?
Wow. His seat is *really* high.
OMFG! I could actually, theoretically, afford one!
The catch 22 is that I wouldn't be able to stand putting sub-top-of-the-line parts on it... making it unaffordable.
How about this instead of carbon fiber -Ibis Thermoplastic Composite
sweet but i think the 'x's' are free.
WHat?!? I'm not buying a plastic bike.