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Ibis Mojo07/08/2003

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Ibis Mojo (Owner: Dick Vizins)

Dick Vizin's Ibis Mojo (ca. 1996)

Frame: Ibis Mojo Cr-Mo steel 18" (ca. 1996) 1850 g
Fork: Magmaa Titanium 600 g
Headset: Ritchey Scuzzy Logic 120 g
Headset Spacers: ? 10 g
Stem: Titec Fat Head Titanium 120 mm 0° 147 g
Handlebar: Easton Monkey Light 620 mm 141 g
Grips: ? 50 g
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR XP 165 g
Seatpost: USE XCR suspension (incl. 20 g shim) 377 g
Seat Binder: Problem Solvers 24 g
Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT 130 g
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT 245 g
Shifters: SRAM Attack Halfpipe 195 g
Brake Levers: Altek 130 g
Crank Set: TNT with Ritchey and Syncros rings 625 g
Bottom Bracket: tune AC38 Titanium (incl. crank fixing elongation bolts) 180 g
Cassette: Shimano Deore XT ?-?T. 8-speed (incl. 6 g Ritchey Al lockring) 271 g
Chain: SRAM PC-89 280 g
Brakes: Shimano XTR V-Brakes 394 g
Skewers: tune AC 16+17 52 g
Front Wheel: DT Hügi 240, Mavic X517, DT Revolution 640 g
Rear Wheel: DT Hügi 240, Mavic X517, DT Revolution 840 g
Tubes & Rim Tape: Eclipse Tubelesskit 300 g
Tyres: Michelin Comp S Light 2.0" 950 g
Cables & Housings: Gore Fibre Tec shifting (35 g), Gore RideOn braking (75 g) 110 g
Pedals: Crank Bros. Egg Beaters 287 g
Bottle Cage: Ringlé H2O 50 g
Misc: Grease, missing things 68 g


9260 g
whole bike measured with Kern digital scale (± 20 g accuracy)

This is my Ibis Mojo. The frame is from 1996 or thereabout.
I got it new on discount three years ago. The bike is set up to be race worthy
and reliable without any silly light parts.

There are some obvious weight saving options left open.
E.g. I don't want to replace the USE suspension post, it makes me faster.
I could change the derailleurs for XTR and save a few grams, but I haven't
been able to motivate myself yet. Maybe when the XT kit wears out.
I will change the seat for a "true" SLR though, which will save me
another 25 g or so. I use Eclipse Tubelesskit and relatively fat 2.0" Michelin
tyres with low pressure to cushion the rigid ride a bit.
I used to run 2.3" Continental Verticals, so the slightly narrower Michelins
are a bit of an experiment.

Dick Vizins, Sweden
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