I’m not a big fan of the whole bike blog re-post/aggregate thing, but I do like the sweet trails in the Downieville area, so when the SBTS asked if we’d drop them a link we said, “OK.” These kids bust their asses so we all have sweet trails to ride on our mini-MTB vacays, so listen up—Ibis is kicking down to help out with the trail building efforts going on there by supporting the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship with a raffle to win a fresh new Ibis. You could feasibly win the just-released Mojo SL-R for a measly five bucks, (I think they want you to buy more than one ticket, but hey, every bit helps right?)
Anyway, check it out, if you’ve ridden Downieville, and you don’t do trail work out there, dropping a fiver (or more) and possibly picking up a wicked new XC whip is a win-win. Clicker right here, or read the details below:
Hey there “Insert Your Name Here,”
It’s that time again. Ibis has stepped up and done something amazing for us. They’re running a raffle, with all proceeds benefiting our work, for the first production model of their brand new Ibis Mojo SL-R.Or, buy them online by clicking on the link below (which is what we recommend you do).
Tickets are $5 each, and the more you buy, the better your karma will be for the rest of your life. How do you like that?
Funds from this raffle will help us finish off the last bit of the fantastic new Mills Peak Trail that’s located high above Downieville.
About the Mojo SL-R:
- Carbon Fiber monocoque frame and swingarm
- Frame is lighter and stiffer due to all-new molding technology
- 5.5” of ferociously smooth dw-link suspension
- Tapered steerer provide insane front end stiffness
- 12 x 142 Maxle rear axle
- Fox’s fresh new Kashima RP23 is smooth like butter
- Cane Creek AngleSet compatible
- Direct mount front derailleur
- BB92/Press GXP style integrated bottom bracket
- Carbon fiber post-mount rear brake mounts
- 142mm Maxle rear axle provides high axle stiffness with QR ease of wheel removal and installation.
- Target frame weigh in size large, under 5 lbs
- Bike as shown is 23.48 lb