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We hit the reset button. The Mojo SL-R: a phenomenally light, startlingly stiff trail bike.Scot Nicol
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Introducing the Mojo SL-R.
We started from scratch and did a full reboot.
Everything is new.
The Mojo gave way to the Mojo SL which led to the Mojo HD. What we learned from the continual development of all those bikes was combined, and the result is the Mojo SL-R
Head over to the details tab to learn about all the technologies that have been incorporated into this bike.
The Mojo SL-R: a phenomenally light, startlingly stiff trail bike.
The Mojo SL-R uses an entirely new molding technology. We start by molding a sacrificial mandrel in exactly the shape that we want the inside of the frame to be. That becomes the 3D template for the bladder that holds all the carbon preform before it’s laid into the mold. This allows the lay-up to be done in one piece, with no joints anywhere. The result is a more precise lay-up that eliminates the need for additional foam or filler to mold the complex shapes. What that means for you is a lighter and stronger frame. When you compare the SL-R to the Mojo HD, it’s between 80-90% of the HD’s stiffness in every measurement, yet with a frame weight of under five pounds.
The 142mm Maxle rear through axle provides gobs of extra rear wheel stiffness in an extremely lightweight package.
The dw-link suspension leverage rates are unchanged from the Mojo SL, but the Mojo SL-R comes stock with the Fox's brand new Adaptive Logic Kashima coated RP23. It has the same tune as prior Ibis spec RP23's but it feels significantly better in the areas of small bump sensitivity and ProPedal. What that means for you is a more supple and responsive ride.
The tapered head tube is similar to the one found on the Mojo HD, resulting in front end with unparalleled steering precision for a frame this light.
The bottom bracket is the new press fit integrated style called the BB92, also known as PressGXP. Once again, it provides you with a lighter, stiffer bike.
The direct mount front derailleurs provide two distinct advantages over the band clamp style. First, the direct mount is more compatible with more chainring combinations, including the increasingly popular two-ring cranksets. Additionally, the seat tube doesn't need to reduce down to 34.9mm diameter to accommodate the derailleur clamp, which results in a stiffer frame.
The Mojo SL-R. Now with more excellence.
|Seat Tube Length||A||15" (38.1cm)||17" (43.2cm)||19" (48.3cm)||21" (53.3cm)|
|Effective Top Tube Length||B||560 (22")||580 (22.8")||600 (23.6")||620 (24.4")|
|Head Tube Length||C||94 (3.7")||103 (4.06")||118 (4.65")||134 (5.28")|
|Chainstay Length||D||429 (16.9")||429 (16.9")||429 (16.9")||429 (16.9")|
|Seat Tube Angle||E||73°||73°||73°||73°|
|Head Tube Angle||F||69°||69°||69°||69°|
|Wheelbase||G||1063.6 (41.9")||1084.5 (42.7")||1105 (43.5")||1126 (44.3")|
|Standover Height (mid toptube)||29.6" (752)||30.66" (779)||31" (787)||31.3" (795)|
|Standover Height (saddle nose)||27.0" (686)||28.4" (721)||28.5" (724)||29" (737)|
|Sizing Guide (height-inches)||5'0" - 5' 5"||5'4" - 5' 9"||5'9" - 6'2"||6' - 6'6"|
|Sizing Guide (height-cm)||152 - 165||163 - 175||175 - 188||183 - 198|
Sorry, no build kit info for the Mojo SL-R.
Setting the correct sag on your suspension bike is a fundamental but super important part of getting the most out of your ride. This video shows you how to achieve a perfectly balanced front and rear end. We show you how on a Ripley, but it applies to any of our dw-link suspension bikes.
Clean cable routing is essential to good shifting and braking performance. In this video we show you how to do it on the Mojo SL-R.
Select a build kit for the SL-R.
It's strong, it's light, it's durable and it looks and works real good. You can't ask for a lot more than that.
If the XT kit were a geyser we'd call it Old Faithful. Not only does it work well, it offers our best performance bang for your buck. Or Pound. Or Euro.
Shimano's flagship group combined with our pick of the best components money can buy. WWJR? Maybe this.
The X9 kit is assembled with the more free ridey, aggressive rider in mind. A bit more bomber on some of the key bits make this a very durable choice.
It's not X9 and It's not XX. It's somewhere in between and it's called X0. Crazy light weight and super high-tec stuff from SRAM.
SRAM and Shimano are locked in an "up the ante" battle. Who's the winner? You are! The XX features super light weight and a 2 x 10 drivetrain.