October 6, 2011
Over the past couple of issues of Singletrack Magazine, we’ve been giving readers the chance to win one of the most lusted after frames on the market, the Ibis Mojo SL-R. Kitted out with the latest Fox RP23 Kashima shock, it’s a masterpiece in carbon fibre and titanium which will drop jaws with handling as well as looks. The lucky winner gets to pick a frame in a colour of their choice and there’s also a load of shiny Crank Brothers kit up for grabs to help finish off the dream build.
How to enter…
All you need to do to have chance of winning is to buy a copy of Singletrack (Issue 69 is out 20th October) and check out the ‘Chuck Spew’ segment, featuring Ibis founder Scot Nichol’s musings on the brand and bikes he has created. The competition is open until January, so there’s plenty of time to enter, but Premier digital subscribers can instantly check his column out and find details on how to enter…
Want to know more about the Ibis Mojo SL-R?
Back in 2009, the Ibis Mojo SL was chosen by you lot as the bike you’d most like to own in our Readers Awards, scooping the prize for ‘Bike Porn’ and it’s been near the top of rider’s wishlists ever since. The Mojo SL-R brings that same swoopy and instantly recognisable carbon fibre monocoque bang up to date, using an all new carbon fibre layup technology but keeping the same smooth 140mm of dw-link controlled suspension.
When combined with the features borrowed from the hard hitting Mojo HD, such as the 142x12mm rear end, tapered headtube and BB92 bottom bracket, Ibis have managed to make a bike that is stiffer, faster and lighter than ever before, coming in at under 5lbs for a frame and shock.
Want to know how to get your hands on a copy of Singletrack?
Subscribe to Singletrack! For £30 you get eight copies a year delivered direct to your door, packed with in-depth features, stunning photos, columns and reviews, plus the chance to win shiny stuff like this. You’ll also get digital access to all our back issues via the Mag Archive, plus special subscriber only web features and more.
Issue 69 of the magazine will be hitting shelves and doormats from the 20th October, so get a move on…