Ibis releases new ‘cross/gravel bike, the Hakka MX.

By Stephen Frothingham

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (BRAIN) — Ibis Cycles has introduced a new version of its long-standing cyclocross model, the Hakkalügi. The new models is called the Hakka MX and is intended as a cyclocross/gravel road bike that can be run with 700c or 27.5-inch wheels.

The new frame is 150 grams lighter than the Hakkalügi, has 142mm through axle rear dropout spacing, a T47 threaded bottom bracket, internal cable routing, and is internal dropper post compatible. It has fneder mounts and is compatible with 1x or 2x drivetrains.

The frame will fit 700c x 40 mm tires or 27.5×2.

It will be available the last week of November.

The frameset with Enve CX disc fork retails for $1,999. A complete bike with SRAM Rival 1 buildkit is $3,299; a complete bike with Ultegra Di2 is $6,499.

More information: ibiscycles.com/bikes/hakka_mx.