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How do you improve an already much-admired bike? You shave some weight off it and stick some pretty anodised parts on it that’s how. Happily the Mojo SL has the performance to back up its looks.
Our virtual mechanic is pretty fast. He's also sometimes kind of lazy. He'll swap out frame colors and show you your drivetrain upgrades but he says it takes too long to change brakes and things. He's doing his best but please excuse any irregularities you may notice...
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The Mojo SL is a super lightweight, efficient pedaling, strong and versatile trail bike. Its strength and longevity proved the skeptics wrong. Its affordable price made competitors cringe. Its long travel and light weight blurred the line between an All Mountain bike and a Cross Country bike. Its beauty made the ladies and metrosexual men swoon (OK, maybe not). Its dw-link suspension made terrain disappear. That's all fine and dandy, but how the bike rides is what makes the bike so popular.
The Mojo Carbon first debuted in 2005 and started a revolution. When it was introduced it was the first carbon fiber monocoque All Mountain bike. Although it uses the same molds, we've refined the Mojo a bit, taken some weight out of it, added Titanium and more carbon, and now call it the Mojo SL.
To find out how the bike rides, we encourage you to read a few of the reviews we received over the years.
In 2011, we merged the Mojo and the Mojo SL. From the Mojo SL we get the more zooty carbon layup (higher strength and higher modulus carbon if you want to get all technical), the extra carbon bits (head cups, seat tube insert, dropouts) and the titanium bits and pieces. From the Mojo we get the two most popular colors, bringing the color choices in the Mojo SL to five.
For the price, we meet in the middle, with a suggested retail in the US of $2149.99, which is $150.00 less than it was previously.
The Mojo SL uses the highly regarded dw-link suspension system. For a little more about that, head over to the dw-link page on this site.
We offer 5 different groupsets for the Mojo SL: SLX, X9, XT, WTF-XTR and WTF-XX. A complete bike (US suggested retail) goes for anywhere from $3799 - $6527.
|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||100 (4")||115 (4.5")||130 (5.1")||145 (5.7")|
|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 (43.3")|
|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)|
Sorry, no build kit info for the Mojo SL.
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.