The sculpted carbon fiber frame of the Ibis Mojo is among the most recognizable profiles in the mountain bike world. The 160-millimeter-travel Mojo HD is Ibis’ most recent addition and while it looks almost identical to the original Mojo, the HD chassis is produced from entirely different molds, has different dw-link suspension geometry and a vastly different carbon layup schedule. The Mojo HD came to life when Ibis signed Brian Lopes, who assisted Ibis in dialing in the metrics of the new design to suit his powerful and precise technical riding style. The match could not have been better, as Lopes would immediately put it on the podium in dual slalom, 4X and enduro events, and for an unprecedented stretch, ruled the Air DH at Whistler’s annual Crankworx festival. By accident or design, Ibis’ Mojo HD emerged from the mold as one of the best do-it-all AM/trailbikes.