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  1. #1
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    FS: Ibis Mojo SL sz Med

    Ibis Mojo SL, 140mm travel (26" wheel)
    Size Medium
    White
    2x10 set up
    Fox Talas 150mm (130-150)
    Rear: Fox Float RP23
    Stan's ZTR Crest Wheels (26")
    Hans Dampf EVO F/Racing Ralph R Tires 2.35 F/
    Formula RX Brakes (180mm F/160 R)
    sram x9 front der
    xo rear der/cassette
    KS 125mm adjustable seat post
    carbon handlebar (crank bros)
    weighs in at at like 26 pounds- maybe a touch less

    this has always been my 2nd bike so it in really good shape. sick ass bike for everything with it's lightness and also 150 fork
    LMK if you have any questionnes
    $1700
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest_Hemingway View Post
    I realize there is not much hope for a bullfighting forum. I understand that most of you would prefer to discuss the ingredients of jacket fabrics than the ingredients of a brave man. I know nothing of the former. But the latter is made of courage, and skill, and grace in the presence of the possibility of death. If someone could make a jacket of those three things it would no doubt be the most popular and prized item in all of your closets.

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    I want that sweet blue beast in the background. You should be upgrading that soon too, right?!?

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    thanks Lightranger- hadn't seen shralps thread

    Quote Originally Posted by mcski View Post
    I want that sweet blue beast in the background. You should be upgrading that soon too, right?!?
    haha- yes I get the best hand me downs!

    I actually need to post another thread as I want to trade my Large HDR frame for a Medium- Long shot but figure it's worth a try

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    How tall are you? PM me, would like to check it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HUNT_S View Post
    How tall are you? PM me, would like to check it out.
    5'7"
    pm'd my #

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    Hey Baby bear - what sized cranks? I assume 170? My gf might want this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SchralphMacchio View Post
    Hey Baby bear - what sized cranks? I assume 170? My gf might want this.
    hey there hadn't noticed your msg til now
    not sure crank size off the top of my head but will chk and let you know

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    yep cranks are 170

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    couple more pics of the nicks and scratches on the frame- but overall lookin good
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    Baby bear - I defer to the quick TGR-ing skills of my amigo Schralph, but as my better half is also due an upgrade to something just like this, may I ask your height? She is currently on a small size, lady-specific Marin frame that is short for her at 5'4". I know about as much about women's bike sizing as I do about women in general, which is not bloody much.
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    FS: Ibis Mojo SL sz Med

    PM'd you.
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    Hey mogul at first guess Medium seems too big for your wife @ 5' 4" unless she has unique geometry (high ape index or really long legs/short torso). We can get her on my girlfriend's medium hardtail as a sizing proxy which has a slightly shorter reach dimension and standover dimension than similar medium mens frames. If you send me the model info of her current bike we can look at the geometry together and compare that to other bikes. Some manufacturers like Giant and Trek do change frame geo for women's specific models, others do not. Ibis and Santa Cruz don't change frame geo for women's specific models.

    Once you've sat her in a test bike then you can look at standover height, stack, and reach dimensions of any frame geometry you're looking at as an easy comparison. We can use that as a proxy for other frame sizing estimates. All of the other stuff (saddle, stem, bars, crank) can be adjusted relatively easily ... crank length @ 170 is probably about right, bar width between 660-700 is probably fine (stem dependent), and you can get low profile grips that are more enjoyable for small hands. I also might have a couple extra stems lying around for trying out different fits.

    Edit: Hank and Frank in Lafayette is close to you and they have a good sampling of bikes with various dimensions ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mogul5480 View Post
    Baby bear - I defer to the quick TGR-ing skills of my amigo Schralph, but as my better half is also due an upgrade to something just like this, may I ask your height? She is currently on a small size, lady-specific Marin frame that is short for her at 5'4". I know about as much about women's bike sizing as I do about women in general, which is not bloody much.
    I'm 5'7" - I think she would probably be better on the small ibis frame -
    Here's ibis frame sizing http://www.ibiscycles.com/bikes/past_models/mojo_sl/

    but bike sale is now pending to Shralp for his GF anyhow

    Quote Originally Posted by CKSPADDLER View Post
    PM'd you.
    And CKSpaddler next in line in case Shralp's insurance does not happen

    Thanks gang

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    Schralph you da man. Hank and frank is my go to shop but I feel bad show rooming them and then buying second hand stuff. I have no such qualms about exploiting my friendship with you for similar ends, however, so cmon over and I'll supply the booze! Nice pickup on this bike btw.
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