A little over a decade ago, Ibis complete rewrote the script of trail riding with the original Mojo. With the launch of the all new Mojo 3 Carbon XX1 Werx Complete Mountain Bike, Scot Nicol and company have once again up ended the script. The Mojo 3 represents Ibis' take on the latest trend of mid travel trail bikes with Boost axles, 27. 5 tire clearance, and long, low geometries that manage to maintain climbing dexterity while slacking out with the big boys. Ibis has also thrown in its own 741 wheelset, whose wide, carbon rims let 2. 8in tires sit fat without making any concessions in stiffness to smaller, 26in wheels. The result is a bike that, unlike most other enduro sleds or five inch trail bikes, we're perfectly comfortable referring to as all mountain. We'd race the hell out of it on an XC course, session it at a park, or even drop in where bikes with 130mm of travel normally fear to tread. The Mojo 3 tempers the extremes that make the brand's six inch 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 lum...