While the Mojo HD3 that we've seen making the World Series rounds for the past couple of seasons was designed for the athletes operating at the tippy top end of the enduro rankings, the Mojo 3 Carbon XT 1x Complete Mountain Bike was designed for everyone else. In the enthusiastic words of Ibis' founder, Scot Nicol, everyone else translates to ME! If you happen to clean the steppiest lines like they're paper smooth fire roads, then you don't need us to tell you that the HD3 is probably the right ride for you, but if your ambitions and local trail furniture aren't all World Series fare, then the Mojo 3 is far more appropriate and fun choice. And when we write fun, we don't mean it's for casuals only. Rather, we mean that our own hyperbolic, expletive laden reactions of pure joy at testing this bike are unprintable here. The Mojo 3 tempers the extremes that make the HD3 so good in apocalyptic terrain in favor of a chassis that's lighter, more agile, and still capable enough to handle everything this side of shuttled gravity loops. The 140mm Pike fork kicks the head tube out to 66. 8 degrees an angle you'll recognize from virtually every six inch enduro bike, ever. Despite that slack front end and the bike's long, low posture, the Boost spacing allowed Ibis to slam the rear wheel up, shortening the chainstays to a stubby 16. 73in while still leaving enough clearance for tires up to 2. 8in in diameter. The benefits of the slack front end, Boost front and rear axles, and short stays add up to dual threat versatility. We call it efficient climbing and line sticking confidence whether dicing terrain or running roughshod over it Ibis calls it playful. The Mojo 3's spirited kick starts with the shock tune and DW Link suspension. Ibis tuned the shock so its initial stroke stays firm off the top but is still plush enough to keep the rear wheel glued across moderate lumps and while navigating switchbacks at climbing speeds. Ibis describes the shock's tuned r...