Ibis releases carbon Hakkalügi Disc cyclocross frame!

According to Ibis:

Our original Hakkalügi cyclocross frame (current holder of the 2012 UCI rainbow stripes in the Masters 45 category) now has a sibling,  the Hakkalügi Disc. The frame is all new and utilizes all of the latest technolgies in componentry and carbon manufacturing.

The biggest changes? The all-new  Hakkalügi Disc has disc brakes (obviously), a tapered steer, and press fit BB. The frame weighs under 1150g in it’s largest configuration.

All we know is we want one for Christmas!

Disc Options

The two build kits offered by Ibis are finished off by the brand new Shimano BR-CX75 mechanical disc brakes. The frame utilizes uninterrupted housing for hydraulic compatibility.

For now, if you’re interested in running hydraulic brakes on your drop bars, there are options from TRP and 324 Labs.  Both Formula and TRP have also displayed hydraulic disc brake with Di2 integration.

In addition to a frame only option ($1,449.99 USD) two build kits will be offered:

BUILD KIT: RIVAL + $2130.00

total cost (frame + build kit) is $3579.99

COMPONENT TYPE STANDARD COMPONENT
Fork ENVE Disc with 1.5/1.125 tapered steerer, 47mm offset
Wheels Stan’s Iron Cross rims, Sapim 14/15 spokes – black, Speed Tuned hubs (135 OLD rear)
Tires Specialized Tracer Pro – 700c x 33
Brakes Shimano BR-CX75 Mechanical Disc Brakes w/160mm rotors
Cranks FSA Energy Cross MegaExo 172.5 or 175mm, 46-36, Black, w/Press-Fit BB86
Rear Derailleur SRAM Rival 10-spd
Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra FD-CX70-B-T Top-Pull 34.9 Band Type 2-spd
Shift Levers SRAM Rival
Cassette SRAM PG-1050 10-spd 11-28t
Headset Cane Creek 40-Series IS41/IS52
Handlebar Ibis Flat Top 7075-T6
Stem Ibis 70-120mm 7075 3D Forged
Seatpost Ibis 7075 3D Forged
Saddle Ibis, Black Leather, Hollow Cro-Mo rails

BUILD KIT: ULTEGRA + $2250.00

total cost (frame + build kit) is $3699.99

COMPONENT TYPE STANDARD COMPONENT
Fork ENVE Disc with 1.5/1.125 tapered steerer, 47mm offset
Wheels Stan’s Iron Cross rims, Sapim 14/15 spokes – black, Speed Tuned hubs (135 OLD rear)
Tires Specialized Tracer Pro – 700c x 33
Brakes Shimano BR-CX-75 Mechanical Disc
Cranks FSA Energy Cross MegaExo 172.5 or 175mm, 46-36, Black, w/Press-Fit BB86
Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra RD-6700-G 10sp.
Front Derailleur Shimano FD-CX70-B-T Top-Pull 34.9 Band Type 2-spd
Shift Levers Shimano Ultegra ST-6700
Cassette Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 10-spd 11-28t
Headset Cane Creek 40-Series IS41/IS52
Handlebar Ibis Flat Top 7075-T6
Stem Ibis 70-120mm 7075 3D Forged
Seatpost Ibis 7075 3D Forged
Saddle Ibis, Black Leather, Hollow Cro-Mo rails

 

Features:

  • Carbon Fiber Monocoque Frame
  • 1050-1150g frame
  • Disc Brake Compatible
  • 1.5″ Tapered Head Tube
  • BB92 Press Fit Bottom Bracket
  • 140mm Post Mounts for Rear Brake
  • Compression Molded Carbon Dropouts

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Comments

Wings - 10/14/12 - 2:22am

It will look much better if IBIS don’t use rivets to fix the head logo.

stratosrally - 10/14/12 - 2:45am

Oooh… Love the headtube and rear brake mount. Pretty bike, I want! (make mine black, please)

Gear - 10/14/12 - 5:58am

When I see a bike like this I wonder why the manufacturer didn’t just go one small step further and put in mounts for fenders. It just seems like they are turning their backs on a potential market segment. It wouldn’t be much trouble, they wouldn’t need to change the basic bike they made at all, just have some way to add fenders. I’m not trying to single out this bike or this manufacturer, I see it from most manufacturers.

peter - 10/14/12 - 9:06am

I agree. For most of us, our cross bike is going to pull double-duty as a commuter or we’d at least like to have the option of throwing a rack and fenders on a bike for certain occasions. A couple eyelits would go a long way.

Kovas - 10/14/12 - 10:55am

+1 Gear & Peter. The original Moron Steel Hakkalugi used to be Ibis’s do-it-all bike… ride it, race it, commute, tour, conquer the world on 2 wheels. The vision must have changed.

Biggest loss is no more “handjob” cable ‘danger. It gave the Lugi some of that true Ibis soul. Now it’s just another ‘carbon copy.’

Tear rolls down cheek.

Matt - 10/14/12 - 2:00pm

+2 Gear & Peter
You have to wonder what they’re thinking.

Ck - 10/14/12 - 2:47pm

Me likey, a lot. Time to open another credit card account..

Gillis - 10/14/12 - 3:00pm

FYI, this isn’t the same Ibis of yesteryear, even if Nicol is involved.
Me thinks they were going for a race specific bike. Not a commuter. If you want a $3000+ carbon commuter go buy a Trek or something. Plus, there a many clip-on/strap-on fenders available.

collyer - 10/14/12 - 3:40pm

Seriously? Hakkalügi? Naming a bike after the slang phrase for spitting a giant phlegm wad?

Say “Hakkalügi” again! Say it!

Ibis is getting it done.

Whatever - 10/14/12 - 3:40pm

Finally some rational pricing, Salsa is trying to tell us that the same fork with an AL frame is about the same price. Arguing the OEM ENVE pricing is the driver. This proves Salsa spinning a lie.

Sloping too… nice touch!

Post up the geometry.

Whatever - 10/14/12 - 3:41pm

Holy cow, you fender dorks chime in yet again.

Fisho - 10/14/12 - 6:56pm

Just found my Christmas Present. Must forward to wife.

greg - 10/14/12 - 8:44pm

they shouldve had a little molded “hand” holding each rear brake post mount. they couldve called it the “double fister”

Brandon - 10/14/12 - 9:07pm

Whatever: I think the $1450 price is without fork, it states “frame only”

fanboy - 10/14/12 - 10:33pm

Whatever: Ibis current range of products (the carbon stuff) has always been “frame only”.

Whatever - 10/14/12 - 10:49pm

OK, seems odd. If so, I retract.

These are so new, seems like you’d need a frameset. Not exactly easy to find a 47, tapered, disc fork today. Tomorrow, perhaps.

Buy a 29er - 10/14/12 - 10:51pm

You CX guys crack me up. Its one thing to ride them on open fields…but..on something technical like parts of the video…a 29er would absolutely KILL a CX bike.

and you wouldn’t have to look like a dork taking your foot out of the pedals on turns..

Whatever - 10/14/12 - 10:58pm

If really just $1450 for frame… add an ENVE fork to that and you are only a couple hundred bills short of a complete Rival bike. So I really think it’s a frameset for that $$$, not just a frame.

But what do I know?

Duder - 10/14/12 - 11:07pm

Whatever –

Salsa w/ fork – $1299
Ibis w/o fork – $1449
ENVE CX Disc fork – $550

Seems close to me? $700 is a very typical upcharge between an alloy and carbon frame.

Whatever - 10/15/12 - 12:10am

Ibis w/o fork – $1449
ENVE – $550
So the, Ibis Framset pricing – $1999

Ibis Rival Complete bike – $2130

That’s a $131 difference and wouldn’t even buy Stan’s Iron Cross rims and tires. That’s my point.

But we are all assuming BR got it right, and that’s often a wrong assumption.

Matt - 10/15/12 - 12:16am

Carbon, schmarbon. Schmuck.

Hello? - 10/15/12 - 12:59am

It’s +$2130 for the biuild kit. 2130+1449.99=3579.99

Me... - 10/15/12 - 1:03am

The hands were there to be a cable hanger for the canti’s. With the new disc brake frame design, no need for the hanger. They could have put it somewhere else on the bike though.

Ibis Guy - 10/15/12 - 1:43am

Pricing:
HAKKALÜGI disc Carbon Frame & Enve CX Disc-47 fork – 1 1/8-1.5” $1,799.99
ultegra – Shimano Ultegra derailleurs & shifters, BR-CX75 brakes, FSA Energy cranks , Stan’s Iron Cross Wheels $3,699.99
rival – SRAM Rival rear derailleur & shifters, Shimano BR-CX75 brakes, FSA Energy cranks, Stan’s Iron Cross Wheels $3,579.99

Saris - 10/15/12 - 2:22am

Hey All,

Sorry for the pricing confusion on the full build kits. As @Hello? stated , to calculate the total cost, add the price of the build kit and frame. Post updated.

- Saris

earlybird - 10/15/12 - 2:48am

Is it really disc compatible? Looks like disc only to me. Personally, I’d really like a frame that has both options.
By the way, I spot a major difference in the seatstays of these two shown bikes.

kev - 10/15/12 - 5:34am

Regarding the seat stays, perhaps the black one was a prototype? Both bikes on the Ibis web site have the same stays … go figure

Gillis - 10/15/12 - 9:18am

Buy a 29er <—misses the point of it all.

It's not about what is better. It's about the challenge of riding what you got. Riding a full suspension bike downhill is easy…that's why I ride a hardtail, because it takes more skill and is more challenging than sitting back having the bike do the work. The same could be said of 29ers, imo.

MB - 10/15/12 - 11:54am

Here’s the Ibis video for the disc version of the bike.

http://vimeo.com/51329367

Buy a 29er - 10/15/12 - 12:00pm

@ Gillis

I get the challenge part. My idea of a challenge is going as fast as I can having the best bike for where I’m riding.

We all are handicapped in one way or another, why ride an awkward narrow drop bar bike with brakes that are difficult to reach & no suspension just to have a “pure” CX bike?

You want a CX bike fine, ride it where it is faster than a mountain bike. By your logic , riding a unicycle would be a bigger challenge & take more skill.

Cunning linguist - 10/15/12 - 12:15pm

Hakkalugi…

I thought that was Flemish….

couldn’t resist

Lou Diamond Phillips - 10/15/12 - 3:07pm

Buy a 29er.

Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride or what your idea of a challenge is or what you think about CX bikes.

Gillis - 10/15/12 - 3:38pm

Buy a 29er,

You still don’t get it do you? So I’m not going to continue trying. Lou is right.

And yes, a unicycle would be more challenging. Just watch a Kris Holm video. But we’re talking bi-cycles here.

Buy a 29er - 10/15/12 - 4:08pm

LDP

I didn’t mention what kind of bike I ride (Gillis did), nor did I define what my idea of a challenge is (Gillis again) nor did I state an opinion about CX bikes in general…comprehend reading much?

The real LDP is a self-important pompous psudo-intellectual…why shouldn’t you try to be one?

Aaron - 10/16/12 - 11:41am

Sweet little vid! CX, 29er, meh. It’s all fun, regardless.

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