Remember the first time you saw an Ibis Mojo HD? With it’s frame shaped like a crashing wave and sleeker than a galloping horse’s mane? Well now there’s a new one.

This is the third iteration of the Mojo and while its design may not be quite as otherworldly as the original Mojo, it’s still one heck of a nice looking bike. It keeps the twin oval design of the original and updates it with a cherry red colour scheme.

This is the 130mm model (as opposed to the 160mm HD 3 that has been out for a while) and it’s brought bang up to date with plus size tyres and boost hubs. It’s also got a claimed frame weight of 2.5kg, which is imporessive considering it’s only 50 grams heavier than the equally boutique, yet shorter travel, Yeti SB 4.5c.

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In this video the Ibis Mojo 3 is put in the very capable hands of Ibis’ test pilot Jeff Kendall-Weed, and while his riding may be a bit more trials-y than ours, there’s still plenty here to show off the capability of this new frame.

The Mojo 3 is available now and in stock with a number of customisable build options centred around a £2,649 frame.

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