Ibis Ripley LS X01 Eagle Bike
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MTBR Dirt Rag with tapered head tube and 148mm boost dropouts for additional stability and increased handling feel. using the flexible and easy to setup port system delivers simplicity and reliability from the company that invented the 1X system. is a lightweight platform designed for aggressive trail riders. are stiff, capable and wide enough to accommodate today's wide trail tires. allow the tire clearance, keeps chainstays short and stiffenes things up for higher performance and ride feel. SPECIFICATIONS Frame Ibis Ripley LS, 120mm Travel, Boost 148, 5.5 lb Carbon Frame, DW-Link rear suspension. Fork 2017 Performance Series Fox 34 fork 130mm travel, 29"", BOOST Rear Shock 2017 Performance Series Fox Float DPS with EVOL Headset Cane Creek 40: ZS44/EC49 Shifters SRAM Eagle X01 Trigger 1X12 Speed Front Derailleur - Rear Derailleur SRAM Eagle XO1 12 Speed Crankset SRAM Eagle XO1 Carbon 32T Direct Moun GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Medium Large Extra Large A: Seat Tube Length 419 18.5 521 23.6 619 25.2 C: Stack 619 24.6 632 16.2 428 17.6 E: BB Height 325 12.8 325 - G: Head Tube Length 93 4.0 107 29.1 740 29.5 K: Chainstay Length 442 17.4 442 44.9 1167 46.7 Suggested Rider Height 163-175 cm 5'9""-6'2"" 183-198 cm $ (' (id=prSize selector) ') .find ('div:first-child') .append (' View Geometry Chart ') ;$ (function () ( $ ('.size-chart') .fancybox ( ( type: 'ajax', width: 550, height: 400, helpers: ( overlay: ( locked: false ) ) ) ) ; ) ) ;... Read More



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Description: $ (' (id=prSize selector) ') .find ('div:first-child') .append (' View Geometry Chart ') ;$ (function () ( $ ('.size-chart') .fancybox ( ( type: 'ajax', width: 550, height: 400, helpers: ( overlay: ( locked: false ) ) ) ) ; ) ) ; NOTE: Photos are for illustration purposes only. Actual build specs for this bike can be found below. Ibis has recently welcomed a new member into it's Mojo family. This bad boy has grabbed all the choice genetics from its older sibling, the HD3 while, at the same time, evolved into something more well-rounded, versatile and suited for a wider range of riding styles. We invite you to spark up that cigar and welcome into the cycling world, the Ibis Mojo 3. The evolution and magic in the Ibis Mojo 3 is that it can accommodate 27.5 inch or 27.5 plus tires. The boost frame, boost fork and wide rimmed wheelset are suited for which ever tire platform you feel is best suited to your individual riding style and terrain conditions. It will climb more gracefully than the HD3 and still keep up on the descents. Have that enduro race coming up next weekend and want to be light and fast? Run 2.3 inch rubber. Planned an all-day multi-condition outing with the crew and need more volume, traction and an injection of fun? Throw on the 2.8 inch treads. In either set-up you can count on legendary Ibis handling characteristics as they carried over their long, low, slack geometry and DW link. But, now we can add to that list wider boost axle's front and rear. These allowed the chainstays to remain nice and short while making clearance for the wider tires. All at a negligible weight difference. The Ibis Mojo 3 fits in nicely as a versatile trail dirt guzzler to the already legendary all-star cast that is Ibis bikes. REVIEWS Bike ""I've ridden several bikes with plus-size tires, and the Mojo 3 is without a doubt the most 'normal' feeling."" The Journal ""Whatever your current skill level is, a plus bike will raise your game by a letter grade."" Pinkbike ""Siiiiiiiick!"" Adventure Journal ""It's like a switchblade covered in Velcro. Razor-sharp handling meets ridiculous levels of traction and control. It's dumbfounding, actually."" Features 27.5 or 27.5 Plus capable frame, fork and wheelset let you decide which way to roll. Fox Factory Float 34 140mm fork along with a tapered steer tube provides a stiff front end with increased handling characteristics. Fox Factory FLOAT DPS rear shock provides the rear end compliance and traction. SRAM Eagle X01 1x12 drivetrain and Guide RSC brakes deliver the best in performance, reliability and value. This one goes to 12 Ibis 738 Wheelset are tubeless compatible and have the rim width to support the recommended 2.8"" plus size tire as well as a standard width trail tire. SPECIFICATIONS Frame Ibis Mojo 3, 140mm travel, Boost 148mm Fork Fox Factory Float 34 140mm, 110mm Boost, 27.5 Rear Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875 x 2.00 Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56 Shifters SRAM Eagle X01 12 Speed Trigger Rear Derailleur SRAM Eagle X01 1x12 Speed Crankset XO-1 Eagle Carbon 32T Direct Mount. 175mm arms Bottom Bracket SRAM Chain SRAM X01 EAGLE Powerlock 12 speed chain Cassette SRAM X01 Eagle 10-50 tooth 12 speed cassette Brakes Sram Guide RSC with Centerline 180/160 Rotors Wheelset Ibis 738 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset, 27.5"", Ibis Hubs, Boost, 34mm Inner Width Tires Schwalbe 27.5 x 2.8 Nobby Nic Handlebar Ibis Carbon Handlebar - 760mm width Stem Thompson Elite X4 Grips Lizard Skins Logo Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote Seatclamp Ibis Bolt-On Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails Intended Use Trail Weight 27.5 (lrg) Note: Components are subject to change without notice. GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Small Medium Large Extra-Large A: Seat Tube Length 36614.4 430 16.9 47618.7 520 20.5 B: Effective Top Tube 580 22.83 600 23.62 620 24.41 640 25.20 C: Stack 578 22.76 592 23.31 602 23.70 616 24.25 D: Reach 419 16.50 423 16.65 438 17.24 455 17.91 E: BB Height 335 13.98 335 13.98 335 13.98 335 13.98 F: BB Drop - - - - G: Head Tube Length 85 3.35 105 4.13 117 4.61 132 5.20 H: Head Tube Angle 66.8Adeg 66.8Adeg 66.8Adeg 66.8Adeg I: Seat Tube Angle 74.6Adeg 73.6Adeg 73.6Adeg 73.6Adeg J: Standover Height 695 27.36 719 28.31 723 28.46 750 29.53 K: Chainstay Length 42516.73 42516.73 42516.73 42516.73 L: Wheelbase 1126 44.33 1137 44.76 1158 45.59 1180 46.46 5'0""-5'5"" 163-175cm5'4""-5'9"" 175-188cm 5'9""-6'2"" 183-198cm 6'0""-6'6""

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Description: $ (' (id=prSize selector) ') .find ('div:first-child') .append (' View Geometry Chart ') ;$ (function () ( $ ('.size-chart') .fancybox ( ( type: 'ajax', width: 550, height: 400, helpers: ( overlay: ( locked: false ) ) ) ) ; ) ) ; The Ibis Mojo HD3 is the latest addition to the Mojo HD legacy - the goal being to create a bike that inspires confidence on hairy downhill sections without feeling too sluggish everywhere else. It features the same carbon lay-up process as seen on the Ripley and HDR as well as 6"" of rear travel via the DW-Link suspension platform, giving the HD3 excellent climbing prowess while remaining light, stable and in controlled on the descents. The Mojo HD3 features modern trail geometry, meaning it's longer, lower, and slacker than previous HD models. Top tubes across all the sizes of the HD3 have increased 20mm compared to previous HD models, in favor of the short-stem wide-bar standard seem on other bikes of its class. Another new feature seen on the Mojo HD3 is the use of a ZS56 lower cup, which lets the headset fit completely within the frame. This allows engineers to lower the headtube which creates a larger gap between the top tube and down tube, which further increases front-end stiffness. Your Ibis Mojo HD3 X01 Eagle will arrive at your doorstep with some of the best componentry SRAM has to offer. A SRAM XO1 Eagle 1x12 drivetrain give you the freedom and range to take on any terrain. The Drivetrain is complimented by a set of SRAM Guide RSC hydraulic brakes, an Ibis carbon bar, Thompson stem and a KS LEV Integra dropper post topped with a custom Ibis saddle. The 34mm wide Ibis 738 wheels are wrapped in Maxxis 2.5"" Minions. Features FOX Float RC2 160mm fork with a 110mm axle and tapered steer tube provides an incredibly stiff front end with increased handling characteristics. Fox Factory FLOAT DPS rear shock provides the rear end compliance and traction. SRAM X01 Eagle 1x12 drivetrain delivers the best in performance, reliability and value. Ibis 738 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset with a 34mm inner width , has can support the higher volume rubber found on today's market. Boost 148 rear axle spacing allow the tire clearance, keeps chainstays short and stiffenes things up for higher performance and ride feel. SPECIFICATIONS Frame Ibis Mojo HD3, Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm150mm travel, Boost 148mm Fork Fox Float 36 RC2 160mm, 27.5"", 15QR BOOST Rear Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875"" x 2.25"" Headset Cane Creek 40: ZS44/ZS56 Shifters SRAM Eagle XO1 12 Speed Front Derailleur - Rear Derailleur SRAM Eagle XO1 12 Speed Crankset SRAM Eagle XO1 Carbon 32T Direct Mount. Length: 175mm Bottom Bracket SRAM Pedals - Chain SRAM X01 EAGLE Powerlock 12 speed chain Cassette SRAM Eagle X01 12 Speed Cassette 10-50 Brakes Sram Guide RSC with Centerline 180/160 Rotors Wheelset Ibis 738 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset, 27.5"", Ibis Hubs, Boost, 34mm Inner Width Tires Schwalbe 27.5 x 2.8 Nobby Nic Handlebar Ibis carbon handlebarWidth: 760mm Stem Thompson Grips Lizard Skins Logo Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote Seatclamp Bolt-on type Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails Intended Use Trail Weight 29 lbs (med) Note: Components are subject to change without notice. GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Small Medium Large Extra-Large A: Seat Tube Length 368 14.5 419 16.5 47018.5 52120.5 B: Effective Top Tube 580 22.83 600 23.62 620 24.41 640 25.20 C: Stack 58022.8 59923.6 61024.0 624 24.6 D: Reach 411 16.2 414 16.3 431 17.0 44617.6 E: BB Height 344 13.5 344 13.5 344 13.5 344 13.5 F: BB Drop - - - - G: Head Tube Length 85 3.35 105 4.13 117 4.61 132 5.20 H: Head Tube Angle 66.6Adeg 66.6Adeg 66.6Adeg 66.6Adeg I: Seat Tube Angle 73.6Adeg 72.6Adeg 72.6Adeg 72.6Adeg J: Standover Height 707 27.8 73128.8 735 29.0 762 30.0 K: Chainstay Length 43016.9 43016.9 43016.9 43016.9 L: Wheelbase 113544.7 114645.0 116846.0 118946.8 5'0""-5'5"" 163-175cm5'4""-5'9"" 175-188cm 5'9""-6'2"" 183-198cm 6'0""-6'6""

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Ibis Ripley LS Special Blend 1X Bike
Description: The Ibis Ripley 29 has been a long time coming. After about a half decade of R&D, Ibis has proudly released the Ripley 29 and the Ripley LS. Ibis' goal with the LS geometry was to create a nimble, responsive, and light 29er. One that is also stable at speed. To do so, Ibis extended the top tube about 15mm and went with a 67.5 degree headtube angle. The Ripley LS is a true trail bike, one that allows you to throw on a helmet and explore the ends of the earth. Once you throw your leg over the Ibis Ripley 29, you'll experience a new kind of cycling. Constructed of high quality carbon fiber, the Ripley frame is incredibly lightweight, will absorbs trail shock, and, oh yes, she is pretty. No weld lines in sight. At the heart of the Ibis Ripley LS is the eccentric DW- Link Suspension. With 120mm of travel it gobbles up debris on the trails, while preserving pedaling efficiency. DW- Link features excellent small bump compliance and predictable travel through the range with no walling or harsh bottoming out. To ensure superior maneuverability and stability, the Ripley LS has a tapered head tube and boost 148 dropouts. The Ripley 29 LS is definitely a bike you'd take home to meet your mother. Just keep it on a short leash. The Ibis Ripley LS Boost Special Blend X1 Bike is outfitted with an economical yet extremely capable set of components. The SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain is complimented by a set of Shimano Hydraulic brakes. An Ibis 740mm bar, Ibis 3D forged stem, Ibis seat post and saddle fill the cockpit duties. The Ibis 938 wheels are wrapped in Schwalbe Nobby nic 2.25"" rubber. Reviews MTBR Dirt Rag 5.5 lbs. carbon fiber monocoque frame with tapered head tube and 148mm boost dropouts for additional stability and increased handling feel. Internal cable routing using the flexible and easy to setup port system SRAM NX 1x11 drivetrain delivers simplicity and reliability from the company that invented the 1X system. 2017 Performance Series 130mm Fox 34 Fork is a lightweight platform designed for aggressive trail riders. Ibis 938 wheels are stiff, capable and wide enough to accommodate today's wide trail tires. SPECIFICATIONS Frame Ibis Ripley LS, 120mm Travel, Boost 148, 5.5 lb Carbon Frame, DW-Link rear suspension. Fork 2017 Performance Series Fox 34 fork 130mm travel, 29"", BOOST Rear Shock 2017 Performance Series Fox Float DPS with EVOL Headset Cane Creek 40: ZS44/EC49 Shifters SRAM NX 11 Speed Front Derailleur - Rear Derailleur SRAM NX 11 Speed Crankset SRAM NX Direct Mount XSYNC 30t Steel RingLength: 175mm Bottom Bracket SRAM Chain CN PC1110 114LI W/ PowerLock 11Speed Cassette SRAM PG 1130 11-42T Brakes Shimano BL-M445 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor Wheelset Ibis 938 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset, 29"", Ibis Hubs, Boost, 34mm Inner Width Tires Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.35"" front, 2.25"" rear Handlebar Ibis 740mm 7075 aluminum handlebar Stem Ibis 3D Forged Stem 31.8 Bar/28.6 Steerer 7075 Grips Lizard Skins Logo Seatpost Ibis 31.6 x 350 L, 7075 Seatclamp Ibis Saddle Ibis Custom saddle, CrMo rails Intended Use Trail Weight 28.7 lbs (med) Note: Components are subject to change without notice. GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Medium Large Extra Large A: Seat Tube Length 41916.5 47018.5 52120.5 B: Effective Top Tube 60023.6 61924.4 64025.2 C: Stack 61924.4 62524.6 63224.9 D: Reach 41116.2 42816.9 44817.6 E: BB Height 32512.8 32512.8 32512.8 F: BB Drop -- G: Head Tube Length 933.7 1024.0 1074.2 H: Head Tube Angle 67.5Adeg 67.5Adeg 67.5Adeg I: Seat Tube Angle 73.0Adeg 73.0Adeg 73.0Adeg J: Standover Height 74029.1 74029.1 75029.5 K: Chainstay Length 44217.4 44217.4 44217.4 L: Wheelbase 114044.9 116745.9 118746.7 Suggested Rider Height 163-175 cm5'4""-5' 9"" 175-188 cm5'9""-6'2"" 183-198 cm6'-6'6"" $ (' (id=prSize selector) ') .find ('div:first-child') .append (' View Geometry Chart ') ;$ (function () ( $ ('.size-chart') .fancybox ( ( type: 'ajax', width: 550, height: 400, helpers: ( overlay: ( locked: false ) ) ) ) ; ) ) ;

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Ibis Ripley LS Boost XT 2X
Description: Ibis is known in the cycling industry for the expert craftsmanship and high-grade materials that go into the manufacturing of their bicycles. To understand how it all started, take a trip back in time to 1980. Ibis founder, Scot Nicol read an article about the new ""Klunker Bike"" movement in the Spring issue of CoEvolution Quarterly-a friendly hippy magazine. The seed was planted. In 1981, in a workshop in Mendocino, California, the first Ibis bicycle was made. Glassy eyed onlookers saw the bicycle and asked Scot if he could produce more. Fast forward 30 years to present-day Ibis: a renowned boutique bicycle manufacturer with humble beginnings that continues to raise the bar in the mountain bike world. The Ibis Ripley 29 has been a long time coming. After about a half decade of R&D, Ibis has proudly released the Ripley 29er. Ibis' goal was to create a nimble, responsive, and light 29er. 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The Ripley adopts a new cable routing system that runs internally routed droppers, mechanical or hydraulic. The Ripley 29 is definitely a bike you'd take home to meet your mother. The Ibis Ripley LS Boost XT 2X is all about durability and efficiency. The rock solid Shimano Deore XT 2x11 drivetrain delivers flawless and reliable shifting. Shimano XT is only one step down from Shimano's top XTR group, but features many of the same benefits with only a small weight penalty and a few cost-conscious material choices. A Shimano XT 34x24t delivers plenty of pedaling power and Shimano XT hydraulic brakes give you all the braking power needed to stop on a dime or modulate technical sections of the trail. Easton ARC 30 wheels provide a solid and fast spinning wheel platform and Ibis tops off the Ripley LS Boost XT 2X build with a classy Ibis branded cockpit. Reviews: MTBR Dirt Rag Features Ibis Ripley, LS Boost 148, 5.5 lbs. carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm Internal cable routing using our flexible and easy to setup port system Shimano Deore XT drivetrain, 2x11 speed Fox Float 34 front fork with 130mm of travel Fox Float DPS rear shock Easton ARC 30 29er tubeless capable wheelset Schwalbe front and rear specific tires for dialed in traction and efficiency SPECIFICATIONS Frame Ibis Ripley LS, 120mm Travel, Boost 148, 5.5 lb frame Fork Fox Factory 34 Float 130mm, 29"" Rear Shock Fox Factory Float DPS, Custom Tune, Kashima Coat, 7.25"" x 1.75"" Headset Cane Creek 40: ZS44/EC49 Shifters Shimano Deore XT M8000 Front Derailleur Shimano Deore XT M8020-D Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT M800, GS Cage Crankset Shimano Deore XT M8000-2, 34/24 Tooth, 175mm Length Bottom Bracket Shimano Chain Shimano CN-HG700, 11 Speed Cassette Shimano Deore XT M8000, 11-42 Tooth Brakes Shimano Deore XT M8000, 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor Wheelset Easton ARC 30 29"", Tubeless Ready Tires Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25"" front, Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25"" rear Handlebar Ibis Carbon Handlebar, 760mm Width Stem Thompson Elite X4 Stem Grips Lizard Skins Logo Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote Seatclamp Ibis Bolt-on Saddle Ibis Custom Saddle, CrMo Rails Intended Use XC, Trail Weight TBD Note: Components are subject to change without notice. GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Medium Large Extra-Large A: Seat Tube Length 419 /16.5 470 / 18.5 521 /20.5 B: Effective Top Tube 600 / 23.6 619 / 24.4 640 / 25.2 C: Stack 619 / 24.4 625 / 24.6 632 / 24.9 D: Reach 411 / 16.2 428 / 16.9 448 / 17.6 E: BB Height 325 / 2.1 325 / 2.1 325 / 2.1 F: BB Drop - - - G: Head Tube Length 93 / 3.7 102 / 4.0 107 / 4.2 H: Head Tube Angle 67.5Adeg 67.5Adeg 67.5Adeg I: Seat Tube Angle 73Adeg 73Adeg 73Adeg J: Standover Height 740 / 29.1 740 / 29.1 750 / 29.5 K: Chainstay Length 442 / 17.4 442 / 17.4 442 / 17.4 L: Wheelbase 1140 / 44.9 1167 / 45.9 1187 / 46.7 Suggested Rider Height 163-175cm5'4""-5'-9"" 175-188cm5'9""-6'-2"" 183-198cm6'6""-6'9"" $ (' (id=prSize selector) ') .find ('div:first-child') .append (' View Geometry Chart ') ;$ (function () ( $ ('.size-chart') .fancybox ( ( type: 'ajax', width: 550, height: 400, helpers: ( overlay: ( locked: false ) ) ) ) ; ) ) ;

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Ibis Ripley LS Mountain Bike Frame - 2016 Black - 12x148, M
Description: Those two little initials camped out in the title of Ibis' latest Ripley LS Mountain Bike Frame may seem innocuous, but they've got some outsized importance. LS is an initialism for Longer Slacker, and those awkwardly free-floating modifiers apply primarily to the top tube length, which gains 15mm, and head tube angle. The effects of these changes are felt throughout the frame in the form of a wheelbase that increases from the standard Ripley's 1,125mm to the LS's 1,167. Combined with a head tube angle that drops from 69. 2 to 67. 5 degrees, that bigger footprint empowers those of us who have already been treating the Ripley as a baby enduro sled. As Ibis puts it, the LS modifications take the Ridley from sporty to gnarly. Other than those geometry changes, this is still the classic Ripley that we've been beating the hell out of across all manner of terrain. The construction process remains the same, beginning with an internal bladder that's wrapped in a monocoque carbon layup that keeps the carbon fabric intact through joints. The precision of this method means that no additional molds or fillers are needed to keep the frame light and strong. The Ripley LS's swingarm and clevis are still filled with foam glass microsphere cores to ensure their structural integrity while keeping weight down, and it has the same expanded dropper capacity as the regular version. The Ripley includes the latest Fox Float DPS shock, which is tuned for the DW-Link suspension's firm, consistent pedaling platform. Expect it to handle with nimble speed while accelerating out of turns and taking advantage of the suspension's strong anti-squat tendencies. The 120mm rear travel, combined with the Ripley LS's 67. 5-degree head tube, makes for a surprisingly eager trail platform that combines the best qualities of XC and trail bikes. Increasing rear stiffness was the key to this versatility, so Ibis engineers revisited the internals of the dual eccentrics used in the DW-Link suspension,...

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Ibis Ripley LS Mountain Bike Frame - 2016 Orange - 12x142, M
Description: Those two little initials camped out in the title of Ibis' latest Ripley LS Mountain Bike Frame may seem innocuous, but they've got some outsized importance. LS is an initialism for Longer Slacker, and those awkwardly free-floating modifiers apply primarily to the top tube length, which gains 15mm, and head tube angle. The effects of these changes are felt throughout the frame in the form of a wheelbase that increases from the standard Ripley's 1,125mm to the LS's 1,167. Combined with a head tube angle that drops from 69. 2 to 67. 5 degrees, that bigger footprint empowers those of us who have already been treating the Ripley as a baby enduro sled. As Ibis puts it, the LS modifications take the Ridley from sporty to gnarly. Other than those geometry changes, this is still the classic Ripley that we've been beating the hell out of across all manner of terrain. The construction process remains the same, beginning with an internal bladder that's wrapped in a monocoque carbon layup that keeps the carbon fabric intact through joints. The precision of this method means that no additional molds or fillers are needed to keep the frame light and strong. The Ripley LS's swingarm and clevis are still filled with foam glass microsphere cores to ensure their structural integrity while keeping weight down, and it has the same expanded dropper capacity as the regular version. The Ripley includes the latest Fox Float DPS shock, which is tuned for the DW-Link suspension's firm, consistent pedaling platform. Expect it to handle with nimble speed while accelerating out of turns and taking advantage of the suspension's strong anti-squat tendencies. The 120mm rear travel, combined with the Ripley LS's 67. 5-degree head tube, makes for a surprisingly eager trail platform that combines the best qualities of XC and trail bikes. Increasing rear stiffness was the key to this versatility, so Ibis engineers revisited the internals of the dual eccentrics used in the DW-Link suspension,...

Store: Jenson USA Brand: Ibis Bicycles Price: USD 6399.00


Ibis Ripley LS Mountain Bike Frame - 2016
Description: Those two little initials camped out in the title of Ibis' latest Ripley LS Mountain Bike Frame may seem innocuous, but they've got some outsized importance. LS is an initialism for Longer Slacker, and those awkwardly free-floating modifiers apply primarily to the top tube length, which gains 15mm, and head tube angle. The effects of these changes are felt throughout the frame in the form of a wheelbase that increases from the standard Ripley's 1,125mm to the LS's 1,167. Combined with a head tube angle that drops from 69. 2 to 67. 5 degrees, that bigger footprint empowers those of us who have already been treating the Ripley as a baby enduro sled. As Ibis puts it, the LS modifications take the Ridley from sporty to gnarly. Other than those geometry changes, this is still the classic Ripley that we've been beating the hell out of across all manner of terrain. The construction process remains the same, beginning with an internal bladder that's wrapped in a monocoque carbon layup that keeps the carbon fabric intact through joints. The precision of this method means that no additional molds or fillers are needed to keep the frame light and strong. The Ripley LS's swingarm and clevis are still filled with foam glass microsphere cores to ensure their structural integrity while keeping weight down, and it has the same expanded dropper capacity as the regular version. The Ripley includes the latest Fox Float DPS shock, which is tuned for the DW-Link suspension's firm, consistent pedaling platform. Expect it to handle with nimble speed while accelerating out of turns and taking advantage of the suspension's strong anti-squat tendencies. The 120mm rear travel, combined with the Ripley LS's 67. 5-degree head tube, makes for a surprisingly eager trail platform that combines the best qualities of XC and trail bikes. Increasing rear stiffness was the key to this versatility, so Ibis engineers revisited the internals of the dual eccentrics used in the DW-Link suspension,...

Store: Jenson USA Brand: Ibis Bicycles Price: USD 6399.00


Ibis Ripley LS Mountain Bike Frame - 2016 Black - 12x142, M
Description: Those two little initials camped out in the title of Ibis' latest Ripley LS Mountain Bike Frame may seem innocuous, but they've got some outsized importance. LS is an initialism for Longer Slacker, and those awkwardly free-floating modifiers apply primarily to the top tube length, which gains 15mm, and head tube angle. The effects of these changes are felt throughout the frame in the form of a wheelbase that increases from the standard Ripley's 1,125mm to the LS's 1,167. Combined with a head tube angle that drops from 69. 2 to 67. 5 degrees, that bigger footprint empowers those of us who have already been treating the Ripley as a baby enduro sled. As Ibis puts it, the LS modifications take the Ridley from sporty to gnarly. Other than those geometry changes, this is still the classic Ripley that we've been beating the hell out of across all manner of terrain. The construction process remains the same, beginning with an internal bladder that's wrapped in a monocoque carbon layup that keeps the carbon fabric intact through joints. The precision of this method means that no additional molds or fillers are needed to keep the frame light and strong. The Ripley LS's swingarm and clevis are still filled with foam glass microsphere cores to ensure their structural integrity while keeping weight down, and it has the same expanded dropper capacity as the regular version. The Ripley includes the latest Fox Float DPS shock, which is tuned for the DW-Link suspension's firm, consistent pedaling platform. Expect it to handle with nimble speed while accelerating out of turns and taking advantage of the suspension's strong anti-squat tendencies. The 120mm rear travel, combined with the Ripley LS's 67. 5-degree head tube, makes for a surprisingly eager trail platform that combines the best qualities of XC and trail bikes. Increasing rear stiffness was the key to this versatility, so Ibis engineers revisited the internals of the dual eccentrics used in the DW-Link suspension,...

Store: Jenson USA Brand: Ibis Bicycles Price: USD 6399.00

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