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$1,699.99
29" with 41mm outer width, 35mm inner 7 Year Rim Warranty 2 Year Hub Warranty Lower Profile Nets a 30% Increase in Impact Strength Less Material Saves 7.5% Weight Ibis hubs with 36t 4 pawl ratchet, Enduro bearings, 10º engagement Boost Front 110mm and Rear 148mm Hub Spacing SRAM XD or Shimano Drivers The hubs use six bolt brake attachment Wheels Built in USA With the 942, we’ve retained the 41mm outer/35mm inner widths of our 941 rim, while increasing impact strength, reducing weight and maintaining all-important lateral stiffness. This carbon rim design features a lower cross section height for increased impact performance. The lower 19.5mm section height makes the wheel better able to distribute the loads of localized impacts from rock strikes or hard landings. Also, we are introducing a new hybrid carbon fiber layup, strategically combining layers of a new, high-toughness carbon/epoxy prepreg with our original carbon composite, increasing both ultimate strength and impact durability. This, combined with the asymmetric rim design that features 5mm of offset (2.5mm on 935) allows for higher spoke tensions that are nearly equal from one side of the wheel to the other. As a result of all this, the 942 nets a 30% increase in impact strength yet a 7.5% decrease in weight, compared to our previous rims. The 942 rims are ideal for the ultra low pressures (10-18 psi) that we like to run with 2.8 Plus tires (or 18-25psi for 2.25" - 2.5" tires). Running any of our 35mm internal width rims work incredibly well with the new 2.8 Plus rubber we've been riding from Schwalbe and Maxxis. The low system weight of the wheels with these rims and tires combined with the monstrous traction advantage have been a revelation for those who have ridden them. We've also had great luck with the new breed of 2.6" tires on the rims, and we think 2.6" is going to be the new tire size of choice for bikes that are compatible. These carbon wheels include the latest generation of Ibis hubs, featuring a 36t 4 pawl ratchet for a 10º engagement. They are equipped with Enduro bearings and come with either Shimano or SRAM XD drivers.
Ibis DV9 NX w/ aluminum wheels
$3,499.00
The DV9 is Ibis' lightweight carbon do-anything, go-anywhere hardtail. With down-country geometry and massive tire clearance, you can rip a training loop Friday, race Saturday, and roost Sunday. Com­pared to Ibi's pre­vi­ous hard­tail, the reach on the DV9 has grown by 20?–?24mm depend­ing on size. They also slack­ened the head tube to 67.4° with a 120mm fork and 68.5° with a 100mm fork. These num­bers give the bike a con­fi­dent feel at speed, with­out com­pro­mis­ing light, and crisp handling.
Ibis Hakka Mx Rival
$4,759.00
HAKKA MX OVERVIEW The Hakka MX is our answer to the Swiss Army Knife. It’s the bike we’d choose if heaven forbid, we could only have one bike. The Hakka MX is a gravel bike. It’s also a cross bike and a road bike. We’ve logged a few bike packing trips on the Hakka too. LIGHTWEIGHT With its ultra versatile geometry and 1000g frame weight, the Hakka MX is just as happy crushing the local club ride as is it is jumping barriers or camping out. VERSATILE It's good to have options. With the Hakka MX, you can run road, cross and gravel friendly 700c wheels, or if you are into burlier backcountry exploration, go with 27.5/650b. With the Hakka MX, you don’t have to pick one tire option or the other. Our subtle sculpted chainstays give the frame clearance for up to 700 x 40c or 27.5 x 2.1” tires.
Ibis DV9 w/ Alloy Wheels
$3,999.99
The DV9 is our lightweight carbon do-anything, go-anywhere hardtail. With down-country geometry and massive tire clearance, you can rip a training loop Friday, race Saturday, and roost Sunday.
Ibis HD5 - SLX w/ aluminum wheels
$7,279.00
Enduro World Series tested and team-approved, the HD5 lives for ragged descents combined with real-world climbs requiring efficiency, positioning and poise. Which it delivers in spades. It’s the ultimate 27.5” brawler, living to ride as hard up as down with 153mm of dw-link controlled travel and a 170mm fork. 76 degrees of climbing we'd like you to meet 64.2 degrees of descending.
Ibis Ripmo - XT w/aluminum wheels
$7,899.99
The love child of a Ripley and the Mojo HD4, the all-new Ripmo is a big wheeled slasher that’s always down for another lap, whether that means a big climb or a tailgate pad. Think of it as a mashup of the Ripley's balance and speed, coupled with the Mojo HD4's capabilities when things get hairy. With a sub six pound frame and 145mm of effi­cient dw-link rear wheel trav­el (160mm front), this is the most ver­sa­tile bike we’ve ever built. It also marks a dra­mat­ic shift in our approach to geom­e­try. The reach is near­ly an inch longer than the EWS Team win­ning HD4, with clear­ance for a 175mm drop­per, and a ped­al-friend­ly 76° seat tube angle. The end result is a bike that’s ready to ral­ly, while still main­tain­ing live­ly handling. Tick­ing off the box­es, oth­er fea­tures include 2.6” tire clear­ance, short chain­stays, a thread­ed BB, trick inter­nal cable rout­ing and the abil­i­ty to run both a pig­gy­back reser­voir shock and large water bottle.
Ibis HD5 - XT w/ aluminum wheels
$8,259.00
Enduro World Series tested and team-approved, the HD5 lives for ragged descents combined with real-world climbs requiring efficiency, positioning and poise. Which it delivers in spades. It’s the ultimate 27.5” brawler, living to ride as hard up as down with 153mm of dw-link controlled travel and a 170mm fork. 76 degrees of climbing we'd like you to meet 64.2 degrees of descending.
Ibis Ripley 4 - SLX w/aluminum wheels
$6,899.99 - $7,139.00
When we debuted the category-bending Ripley back in 2011, it was used by some as a cross country rocket and by others as a trail shredder. With quick agile handling and super efficient pedaling characteristics, it felt like a BMX bike you could pedal all day. Our athletes quickly discovered just how versatile it could be. While Brian Lopes was racing an O.G. Ripley to a top fifteen result at his first EWS race, others were winning hundred mile epics. As riders pushed the bike in different differections and components evolved, so did the Ripley. The all new Ripley continues that trend. It’s been given the modern longer, slacker, steeper treatment, with an all new chassis that’s both lighter, stiffer, and more progressive. Like the original, it retains 120mm of rear travel, paired with a 130mm front fork, and fast rolling 29” wheels. The “from the ground up” redesign is the culmination of everything we’ve learned from 38 years of mountain bike development. This new Ripley has a one degree slacker headtube angle (now 66.5º), a three degree steeper seat tube angle (now 76º), and a reach that’s been extended by ~45mm across all sizes (475mm on a size large). We also shaved half a pound off the frame, shortened the chainstays by 12mm, increased stiffness, and made the suspension more progressive while maintaining the incredible pedaling characteristics Despite all these changes, the Ripley remains the same snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile trail bike it’s always been. In the process of developing the new Ripley, we shed the double eccentric design. While that design was revolutionary, it took up substantial room in the seat tube. And after giving many riders (M-XL) their first taste of 170mm + droppers on the Ripmo, we knew we couldn’t go back to a shorter dropper. Because the new Ripley can accommodate a long dropper and has ultra low standover, you can size your frame based on reach. We still use the standard “small, medium, large…” naming structure because it’s easy to understand, but the size of your seat tube is no longer a limiting factor. Moving from the double eccentric to a Ripmo style chassis also came with significant weight savings. One big factor is our unique combination of bearings and bushings. Bearings don’t last long in areas with high loads and minimal rotation, like our lower link or clevis. We’ve used hermetically sealed IGUS bushings in these locations, which extends our maintenance intervals, increases stiffness, and helps ensure we have some of the lightest frames on the market. The Ripmo has been trouble free, so the Ripley will share the lifetime warranty we offer on our suspension bushings. If you love the Ripmo but want something lighter, faster and more nimble than an Enduro World Series capable mountain bike, the Ripley is it. With its combination of modern geometry, progressive suspension, light weight, and 2.6” tire clearance, the Ripley is our ultimate trail bike.
Ibis Ripley 4 - XT w/aluminum wheels
$8,119.00
When we debuted the category-bending Ripley back in 2011, it was used by some as a cross country rocket and by others as a trail shredder. With quick agile handling and super efficient pedaling characteristics, it felt like a BMX bike you could pedal all day. Our athletes quickly discovered just how versatile it could be. While Brian Lopes was racing an O.G. Ripley to a top fifteen result at his first EWS race, others were winning hundred mile epics. As riders pushed the bike in different differections and components evolved, so did the Ripley. The all new Ripley continues that trend. It’s been given the modern longer, slacker, steeper treatment, with an all new chassis that’s both lighter, stiffer, and more progressive. Like the original, it retains 120mm of rear travel, paired with a 130mm front fork, and fast rolling 29” wheels. The “from the ground up” redesign is the culmination of everything we’ve learned from 38 years of mountain bike development. This new Ripley has a one degree slacker headtube angle (now 66.5º), a three degree steeper seat tube angle (now 76º), and a reach that’s been extended by ~45mm across all sizes (475mm on a size large). We also shaved half a pound off the frame, shortened the chainstays by 12mm, increased stiffness, and made the suspension more progressive while maintaining the incredible pedaling characteristics Despite all these changes, the Ripley remains the same snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile trail bike it’s always been. In the process of developing the new Ripley, we shed the double eccentric design. While that design was revolutionary, it took up substantial room in the seat tube. And after giving many riders (M-XL) their first taste of 170mm + droppers on the Ripmo, we knew we couldn’t go back to a shorter dropper. Because the new Ripley can accommodate a long dropper and has ultra low standover, you can size your frame based on reach. We still use the standard “small, medium, large…” naming structure because it’s easy to understand, but the size of your seat tube is no longer a limiting factor. Moving from the double eccentric to a Ripmo style chassis also came with significant weight savings. One big factor is our unique combination of bearings and bushings. Bearings don’t last long in areas with high loads and minimal rotation, like our lower link or clevis. We’ve used hermetically sealed IGUS bushings in these locations, which extends our maintenance intervals, increases stiffness, and helps ensure we have some of the lightest frames on the market. The Ripmo has been trouble free, so the Ripley will share the lifetime warranty we offer on our suspension bushings. If you love the Ripmo but want something lighter, faster and more nimble than an Enduro World Series capable mountain bike, the Ripley is it. With its combination of modern geometry, progressive suspension, light weight, and 2.6” tire clearance, the Ripley is our ultimate trail bike.
Ibis Ripmo V2 SLX w/ Alum Wheels
$7,279.00
If you wondered when the carbon Ripmo would get AF’d, well, you can stop wondering, the NEW Ripmo V2 is here. We’ve made it a full degree slacker, a little bit longer, stiffer, and added progressivity for coil compatibility. Just like the original, our newest Ripmo was developed under the demands of competition. Robin Wallner rode a disguised Ripmo V2 to four top-ten finishes during the 2019 EWS season. To start, we gave the V2 a more progressive end rate with more ramp up, which eliminates bottom-out worries for hard-chargers. And that opens the door for a coil shock. And the initial leverage ratio is now a little higher for improved small bump performance, eliminating trail chatter. But life isn’t just a magic carpet ride of epic descents. To go down, you have to go up. The original Ripmo was just as lauded for climbing as it was for floating above tech. The V2 maintains the Ripmo’s reputation for uncanny climbing capabilities. Climb a Ripmo V2 and a Ripmo back to back and you won’t notice a difference. Downhill is another matter. We went one-degree slacker for the head angle, kept the stack height the same, and added just a few millimeters of reach to round things off (471 to 475mm on a size L). We tested this geometry with the Ripmo AF and it’s been universally lauded—nothing holds you back descending (rock rolls, drops, root gnarls) but you’re not piloting a dump truck climbing singletrack switchbacks. It shreds and climbs. Since we increased the Ripmo V2’s capability, we thought it only wise to beef up its protection. It’s a beautiful carbon frame, might as well keep it that way. We’ve added linkage guards that protect the upper and lower linkages from contamination, while covertly hiding between the front and rear triangles. And despite all the AF updates to the Ripmo V2, we kept its weight to a svelte 6.25 lbs. for a size medium with Fox DPX2. With completes starting at 28 lbs, the Ripmo is just as much the all-day climber it’s been, just with more snarl and menace on the descent. With the Ripmo V2, you have the very best Ripmo we can make. It incorporates the geometry we perfected on the Ripmo AF. It fits 29 x 2.6” tires, a full-size water bottle, cloudlike climbability, and it has a progressive end stroke for coil-shock compatibility. It touts our 7-year frame warranty and lifetime warranty on IGUS bushings. And most importantly, it won’t hold you back. On anything. And yep, it’s available now.
Ibis HD5 - GX Eagle w/ aluminum wheels
$7,699.00 - $7,699.99
Enduro World Series tested and team-approved, the HD5 lives for ragged descents combined with real-world climbs requiring efficiency, positioning and poise. Which it delivers in spades. It’s the ultimate 27.5” brawler, living to ride as hard up as down with 153mm of dw-link controlled travel and a 170mm fork. 76 degrees of climbing we'd like you to meet 64.2 degrees of descending.
Ibis HD5 - XO1 AXS w/ aluminum wheels
$11,619.00
Enduro World Series tested and team-approved, the HD5 lives for ragged descents combined with real-world climbs requiring efficiency, positioning and poise. Which it delivers in spades. It’s the ultimate 27.5” brawler, living to ride as hard up as down with 153mm of dw-link controlled travel and a 170mm fork. 76 degrees of climbing we'd like you to meet 64.2 degrees of descending.
Ibis Mojo 3 (XT 1X Build Kit)
$7,799.99
You can run 2.3, 2.5 or 2.8 Plus tires on the Mojo 3, all with the same wheelset and without compromise. The Mojo 3 shares a lot of DNA with the HD3. Where the HD3 is big and burly, the Mojo 3 is light, taut and energetic. The latest generation of the dw-link gives the bike its amazing climbing and descending abilities. Low, long and slack best describes the geometry, with the added bonus of extremely short chainstays. Notably, it’s not so slack that only a few World Cup Downhill pros can use it to its full capacity. The bike is nimble yet massively capable. The Mojo 3 also features a Boost swingarm, which yields stiffer wheels and a stiffer frame. A highly evolved carbon layup makes the frame as stiff as an HD3 at just under 5.5 lbs (with shock, size medium). Boost also allowed us to fit 2.8” tires in 425mm chainstays and if you like, you can run a 2X front derailleur. FEATURES • 27.5" or 27.5 Plus tire compatible with one wheel set. • Boost 148 rear/Boost 110 front • 130 mm rear wheel travel • dw-link version 5 • 1X or 2X with a removable direct mount front derailleur mount that gives a clean 1X look • 27.5 B+ compatible with Schwalbe or Maxxis 2.8” • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large • Fox Factory FLOAT DPS shock with EVOL Sleeve and Kashima Coat, 7.875" x 2.00" • ISCG 05 compatible with optional removable adapter • Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm • 68 mm BSA threaded bottom bracket • Super versatile internal cable routing including internal dropper routing. • Optional polycarbonate down tube cable guard • 160mm post mount • Headset compatibility: ZS 44 / ZS 56 • Dual row angular contact bearings on the drive side of the lower link that have less play than standard sealed bearings. Preload adjustment is not necessary. Large 28mm x 15mm x 7mm radial bearings on the non drive side for stiffness and long wear • Frame weight 5.5 lbs with shock • BB height at sag is the same with either tire
Ibis Ripmo - XO1 AXS w/aluminum wheels
$11,199.99
The love child of a Ripley and the Mojo HD4, the all-new Ripmo is a big wheeled slasher that’s always down for another lap, whether that means a big climb or a tailgate pad. Think of it as a mashup of the Ripley's balance and speed, coupled with the Mojo HD4's capabilities when things get hairy. With a sub six pound frame and 145mm of effi­cient dw-link rear wheel trav­el (160mm front), this is the most ver­sa­tile bike we’ve ever built. It also marks a dra­mat­ic shift in our approach to geom­e­try. The reach is near­ly an inch longer than the EWS Team win­ning HD4, with clear­ance for a 175mm drop­per, and a ped­al-friend­ly 76° seat tube angle. The end result is a bike that’s ready to ral­ly, while still main­tain­ing live­ly handling. Tick­ing off the box­es, oth­er fea­tures include 2.6” tire clear­ance, short chain­stays, a thread­ed BB, trick inter­nal cable rout­ing and the abil­i­ty to run both a pig­gy­back reser­voir shock and large water bottle.
Ibis Ripmo AF DVO Jade Coil GX
$6,159.00
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. Best of all, complete bikes start at only $4020 IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um?—?remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. DW LINK Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, which has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Ibis Ripmo AF DVO Jade Coil SLX
$5,740.00
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. Best of all, complete bikes start at only $4020 IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um?—?remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. DW LINK Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, which has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Ibis Ripmo AF DVO Topaz Air GX
$6,019.00
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. Best of all, complete bikes start at only $4020 IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um?—?remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. DW LINK Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, which has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Ibis Ripmo AF DVO Topaz Air SLX
$5,599.00
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. Best of all, complete bikes start at only $4020 IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um?—?remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. DW LINK Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, which has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Ibis Ripmo V2 GX w/ Alum Wheels
$7,699.00
If you wondered when the carbon Ripmo would get AF’d, well, you can stop wondering, the NEW Ripmo V2 is here. We’ve made it a full degree slacker, a little bit longer, stiffer, and added progressivity for coil compatibility. Just like the original, our newest Ripmo was developed under the demands of competition. Robin Wallner rode a disguised Ripmo V2 to four top-ten finishes during the 2019 EWS season. To start, we gave the V2 a more progressive end rate with more ramp up, which eliminates bottom-out worries for hard-chargers. And that opens the door for a coil shock. And the initial leverage ratio is now a little higher for improved small bump performance, eliminating trail chatter. But life isn’t just a magic carpet ride of epic descents. To go down, you have to go up. The original Ripmo was just as lauded for climbing as it was for floating above tech. The V2 maintains the Ripmo’s reputation for uncanny climbing capabilities. Climb a Ripmo V2 and a Ripmo back to back and you won’t notice a difference. Downhill is another matter. We went one-degree slacker for the head angle, kept the stack height the same, and added just a few millimeters of reach to round things off (471 to 475mm on a size L). We tested this geometry with the Ripmo AF and it’s been universally lauded—nothing holds you back descending (rock rolls, drops, root gnarls) but you’re not piloting a dump truck climbing singletrack switchbacks. It shreds and climbs. Since we increased the Ripmo V2’s capability, we thought it only wise to beef up its protection. It’s a beautiful carbon frame, might as well keep it that way. We’ve added linkage guards that protect the upper and lower linkages from contamination, while covertly hiding between the front and rear triangles. And despite all the AF updates to the Ripmo V2, we kept its weight to a svelte 6.25 lbs. for a size medium with Fox DPX2. With completes starting at 28 lbs, the Ripmo is just as much the all-day climber it’s been, just with more snarl and menace on the descent. With the Ripmo V2, you have the very best Ripmo we can make. It incorporates the geometry we perfected on the Ripmo AF. It fits 29 x 2.6” tires, a full-size water bottle, cloudlike climbability, and it has a progressive end stroke for coil-shock compatibility. It touts our 7-year frame warranty and lifetime warranty on IGUS bushings. And most importantly, it won’t hold you back. On anything. And yep, it’s available now.
Ibis Ripmo V2 XO1 w/ Alum Wheels
$11,619.00
If you wondered when the carbon Ripmo would get AF’d, well, you can stop wondering, the NEW Ripmo V2 is here. We’ve made it a full degree slacker, a little bit longer, stiffer, and added progressivity for coil compatibility. Just like the original, our newest Ripmo was developed under the demands of competition. Robin Wallner rode a disguised Ripmo V2 to four top-ten finishes during the 2019 EWS season. To start, we gave the V2 a more progressive end rate with more ramp up, which eliminates bottom-out worries for hard-chargers. And that opens the door for a coil shock. And the initial leverage ratio is now a little higher for improved small bump performance, eliminating trail chatter. But life isn’t just a magic carpet ride of epic descents. To go down, you have to go up. The original Ripmo was just as lauded for climbing as it was for floating above tech. The V2 maintains the Ripmo’s reputation for uncanny climbing capabilities. Climb a Ripmo V2 and a Ripmo back to back and you won’t notice a difference. Downhill is another matter. We went one-degree slacker for the head angle, kept the stack height the same, and added just a few millimeters of reach to round things off (471 to 475mm on a size L). We tested this geometry with the Ripmo AF and it’s been universally lauded—nothing holds you back descending (rock rolls, drops, root gnarls) but you’re not piloting a dump truck climbing singletrack switchbacks. It shreds and climbs. Since we increased the Ripmo V2’s capability, we thought it only wise to beef up its protection. It’s a beautiful carbon frame, might as well keep it that way. We’ve added linkage guards that protect the upper and lower linkages from contamination, while covertly hiding between the front and rear triangles. And despite all the AF updates to the Ripmo V2, we kept its weight to a svelte 6.25 lbs. for a size medium with Fox DPX2. With completes starting at 28 lbs, the Ripmo is just as much the all-day climber it’s been, just with more snarl and menace on the descent. With the Ripmo V2, you have the very best Ripmo we can make. It incorporates the geometry we perfected on the Ripmo AF. It fits 29 x 2.6” tires, a full-size water bottle, cloudlike climbability, and it has a progressive end stroke for coil-shock compatibility. It touts our 7-year frame warranty and lifetime warranty on IGUS bushings. And most importantly, it won’t hold you back. On anything. And yep, it’s available now.
Ibis Ripmo V2 XT w/ Alum Wheels
$8,259.00
If you wondered when the carbon Ripmo would get AF’d, well, you can stop wondering, the NEW Ripmo V2 is here. We’ve made it a full degree slacker, a little bit longer, stiffer, and added progressivity for coil compatibility. Just like the original, our newest Ripmo was developed under the demands of competition. Robin Wallner rode a disguised Ripmo V2 to four top-ten finishes during the 2019 EWS season. To start, we gave the V2 a more progressive end rate with more ramp up, which eliminates bottom-out worries for hard-chargers. And that opens the door for a coil shock. And the initial leverage ratio is now a little higher for improved small bump performance, eliminating trail chatter. But life isn’t just a magic carpet ride of epic descents. To go down, you have to go up. The original Ripmo was just as lauded for climbing as it was for floating above tech. The V2 maintains the Ripmo’s reputation for uncanny climbing capabilities. Climb a Ripmo V2 and a Ripmo back to back and you won’t notice a difference. Downhill is another matter. We went one-degree slacker for the head angle, kept the stack height the same, and added just a few millimeters of reach to round things off (471 to 475mm on a size L). We tested this geometry with the Ripmo AF and it’s been universally lauded—nothing holds you back descending (rock rolls, drops, root gnarls) but you’re not piloting a dump truck climbing singletrack switchbacks. It shreds and climbs. Since we increased the Ripmo V2’s capability, we thought it only wise to beef up its protection. It’s a beautiful carbon frame, might as well keep it that way. We’ve added linkage guards that protect the upper and lower linkages from contamination, while covertly hiding between the front and rear triangles. And despite all the AF updates to the Ripmo V2, we kept its weight to a svelte 6.25 lbs. for a size medium with Fox DPX2. With completes starting at 28 lbs, the Ripmo is just as much the all-day climber it’s been, just with more snarl and menace on the descent. With the Ripmo V2, you have the very best Ripmo we can make. It incorporates the geometry we perfected on the Ripmo AF. It fits 29 x 2.6” tires, a full-size water bottle, cloudlike climbability, and it has a progressive end stroke for coil-shock compatibility. It touts our 7-year frame warranty and lifetime warranty on IGUS bushings. And most importantly, it won’t hold you back. On anything. And yep, it’s available now.
Ibis HD5 - NX Eagle w/ aluminum wheels
$6,159.00
Enduro World Series tested and team-approved, the HD5 lives for ragged descents combined with real-world climbs requiring efficiency, positioning and poise. Which it delivers in spades. It’s the ultimate 27.5” brawler, living to ride as hard up as down with 153mm of dw-link controlled travel and a 170mm fork. 76 degrees of climbing we'd like you to meet 64.2 degrees of descending.
Ibis Ripmo - GX Eagle w/aluminum wheels
$7,699.00
The love child of a Ripley and the Mojo HD4, the all-new Ripmo is a big wheeled slasher that’s always down for another lap, whether that means a big climb or a tailgate pad. Think of it as a mashup of the Ripley's balance and speed, coupled with the Mojo HD4's capabilities when things get hairy. With a sub six pound frame and 145mm of effi­cient dw-link rear wheel trav­el (160mm front), this is the most ver­sa­tile bike we’ve ever built. It also marks a dra­mat­ic shift in our approach to geom­e­try. The reach is near­ly an inch longer than the EWS Team win­ning HD4, with clear­ance for a 175mm drop­per, and a ped­al-friend­ly 76° seat tube angle. The end result is a bike that’s ready to ral­ly, while still main­tain­ing live­ly handling. Tick­ing off the box­es, oth­er fea­tures include 2.6” tire clear­ance, short chain­stays, a thread­ed BB, trick inter­nal cable rout­ing and the abil­i­ty to run both a pig­gy­back reser­voir shock and large water bottle.
Ibis Ripmo V2 NX w/ Alum Wheels
$6,159.00
If you wondered when the carbon Ripmo would get AF’d, well, you can stop wondering, the NEW Ripmo V2 is here. We’ve made it a full degree slacker, a little bit longer, stiffer, and added progressivity for coil compatibility. Just like the original, our newest Ripmo was developed under the demands of competition. Robin Wallner rode a disguised Ripmo V2 to four top-ten finishes during the 2019 EWS season. To start, we gave the V2 a more progressive end rate with more ramp up, which eliminates bottom-out worries for hard-chargers. And that opens the door for a coil shock. And the initial leverage ratio is now a little higher for improved small bump performance, eliminating trail chatter. But life isn’t just a magic carpet ride of epic descents. To go down, you have to go up. The original Ripmo was just as lauded for climbing as it was for floating above tech. The V2 maintains the Ripmo’s reputation for uncanny climbing capabilities. Climb a Ripmo V2 and a Ripmo back to back and you won’t notice a difference. Downhill is another matter. We went one-degree slacker for the head angle, kept the stack height the same, and added just a few millimeters of reach to round things off (471 to 475mm on a size L). We tested this geometry with the Ripmo AF and it’s been universally lauded—nothing holds you back descending (rock rolls, drops, root gnarls) but you’re not piloting a dump truck climbing singletrack switchbacks. It shreds and climbs. Since we increased the Ripmo V2’s capability, we thought it only wise to beef up its protection. It’s a beautiful carbon frame, might as well keep it that way. We’ve added linkage guards that protect the upper and lower linkages from contamination, while covertly hiding between the front and rear triangles. And despite all the AF updates to the Ripmo V2, we kept its weight to a svelte 6.25 lbs. for a size medium with Fox DPX2. With completes starting at 28 lbs, the Ripmo is just as much the all-day climber it’s been, just with more snarl and menace on the descent. With the Ripmo V2, you have the very best Ripmo we can make. It incorporates the geometry we perfected on the Ripmo AF. It fits 29 x 2.6” tires, a full-size water bottle, cloudlike climbability, and it has a progressive end stroke for coil-shock compatibility. It touts our 7-year frame warranty and lifetime warranty on IGUS bushings. And most importantly, it won’t hold you back. On anything. And yep, it’s available now.
Ibis Ripmo AF DVO Topaz Air NX
$4,199.00
The Ripmo AF (Aluminum Frame) brings the award-winning performance of the carbon Ripmo to a wider, rowdier audience. It’s everything we love from the carbon Ripmo, plus a few tweaks. Best of all, complete bikes start at only $4020 IT’S METAL Over our long tenure from moun­tain biking’s awk­ward ado­les­cence to its cur­rent any­thing-shred­dy era, we’ve exper­i­ment­ed with steel, alu­minum and tita­ni­um?—?remem­ber the Bow-Ti, the first super­bike? We remem­ber the met­al times too, and it feels good to offer a pre­mi­um ride expe­ri­ence to our broad­en­ing fam­i­ly of rid­ers, cour­tesy of durable, afford­able alu­minum alloy. MODERN GEOMETRY With a steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, the Rip­mo AF places rid­ers cen­tral­ly and upright over the bot­tom brack­et. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul with­out plac­ing too much weight on its slack, 64.9-degree head­tube angle. A 44mm reduced-off­set fork is more sure­foot­ed on steep descents and stead­ies high speeds. Bet­ter up, bet­ter down. DW LINK Since 2005, we’ve part­nered with sus­pen­sion guru Dave Wea­gle on the dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form. It pro­vides an unpar­al­leled com­bi­na­tion of climb­ing effi­cien­cy and down­hill per­for­mance, which has been proven repeat­ed­ly at the high­est lev­els of racing.
Ibis Ripley 4 - X01 AXS w/aluminum wheels
$11,479.00
When we debuted the category-bending Ripley back in 2011, it was used by some as a cross country rocket and by others as a trail shredder. With quick agile handling and super efficient pedaling characteristics, it felt like a BMX bike you could pedal all day. Our athletes quickly discovered just how versatile it could be. While Brian Lopes was racing an O.G. Ripley to a top fifteen result at his first EWS race, others were winning hundred mile epics. As riders pushed the bike in different differections and components evolved, so did the Ripley. The all new Ripley continues that trend. It’s been given the modern longer, slacker, steeper treatment, with an all new chassis that’s both lighter, stiffer, and more progressive. Like the original, it retains 120mm of rear travel, paired with a 130mm front fork, and fast rolling 29” wheels. The “from the ground up” redesign is the culmination of everything we’ve learned from 38 years of mountain bike development. This new Ripley has a one degree slacker headtube angle (now 66.5º), a three degree steeper seat tube angle (now 76º), and a reach that’s been extended by ~45mm across all sizes (475mm on a size large). We also shaved half a pound off the frame, shortened the chainstays by 12mm, increased stiffness, and made the suspension more progressive while maintaining the incredible pedaling characteristics Despite all these changes, the Ripley remains the same snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile trail bike it’s always been. In the process of developing the new Ripley, we shed the double eccentric design. While that design was revolutionary, it took up substantial room in the seat tube. And after giving many riders (M-XL) their first taste of 170mm + droppers on the Ripmo, we knew we couldn’t go back to a shorter dropper. Because the new Ripley can accommodate a long dropper and has ultra low standover, you can size your frame based on reach. We still use the standard “small, medium, large…” naming structure because it’s easy to understand, but the size of your seat tube is no longer a limiting factor. Moving from the double eccentric to a Ripmo style chassis also came with significant weight savings. One big factor is our unique combination of bearings and bushings. Bearings don’t last long in areas with high loads and minimal rotation, like our lower link or clevis. We’ve used hermetically sealed IGUS bushings in these locations, which extends our maintenance intervals, increases stiffness, and helps ensure we have some of the lightest frames on the market. The Ripmo has been trouble free, so the Ripley will share the lifetime warranty we offer on our suspension bushings. If you love the Ripmo but want something lighter, faster and more nimble than an Enduro World Series capable mountain bike, the Ripley is it. With its combination of modern geometry, progressive suspension, light weight, and 2.6” tire clearance, the Ripley is our ultimate trail bike. Ibis
Ibis Mojo 3 - Deore XT w/aluminum wheels
$7,499.99
You could call it the baby brother to the Mojo HD3 or the successor to the Mojo SL/SL-R. Either way, it’s a good thing, and maybe it's our most versatile trailbike ever. You can run 2.3, 2.5 or 2.8 Plus tires on the Mojo 3, all with the same wheelset and without compromise. The Mojo 3 shares a lot of DNA with the HD3. Where the HD3 is big and burly, the Mojo 3 is light, taut and energetic. The latest generation of the dw-link gives the bike its amazing climbing and descending abilities. Low, long and slack best describes the geometry, with the added bonus of extremely short chainstays. Notably, it’s not so slack that only a few World Cup Downhill pros can use it to its full capacity. The bike is nimble yet massively capable. The Mojo 3 also features a Boost swingarm, which yields stiffer wheels and a stiffer frame. A highly evolved carbon layup makes the frame as stiff as an HD3 at just under 5.5 lbs (with shock, size medium). Boost also allowed us to fit 2.8” tires in 425mm chainstays and if you like, you can run a 2X front derailleur. FEATURES • 27.5" or 27.5 Plus tire compatible with one wheel set. • Boost 148 rear/Boost 110 front • 130 mm rear wheel travel • dw-link version 5 • 1X or 2X with a removable direct mount front derailleur mount that gives a clean 1X look • 27.5 B+ compatible with Schwalbe or Maxxis 2.8” • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large • Fox Factory FLOAT DPS shock with EVOL Sleeve and Kashima Coat, 7.875" x 2.00" • ISCG 05 compatible with optional removable adapter • Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm • 68 mm BSA threaded bottom bracket • Super versatile internal cable routing including internal dropper routing. • Optional polycarbonate down tube cable guard • 160mm post mount • Headset compatibility: ZS 44 / ZS 56 • Dual row angular contact bearings on the drive side of the lower link that have less play than standard sealed bearings. Preload adjustment is not necessary. Large 28mm x 15mm x 7mm radial bearings on the non drive side for stiffness and long wear • Frame weight 5.5 lbs with shock • BB height at sag is the same with either tire
Ibis Mojo 3 - GX Eagle w/aluminum wheels
$6,249.99
You could call it the baby brother to the Mojo HD3 or the successor to the Mojo SL/SL-R. Either way, it’s a good thing, and maybe it's our most versatile trailbike ever. You can run 2.3, 2.5 or 2.8 Plus tires on the Mojo 3, all with the same wheelset and without compromise. The Mojo 3 shares a lot of DNA with the HD3. Where the HD3 is big and burly, the Mojo 3 is light, taut and energetic. The latest generation of the dw-link gives the bike its amazing climbing and descending abilities. Low, long and slack best describes the geometry, with the added bonus of extremely short chainstays. Notably, it’s not so slack that only a few World Cup Downhill pros can use it to its full capacity. The bike is nimble yet massively capable. The Mojo 3 also features a Boost swingarm, which yields stiffer wheels and a stiffer frame. A highly evolved carbon layup makes the frame as stiff as an HD3 at just under 5.5 lbs (with shock, size medium). Boost also allowed us to fit 2.8” tires in 425mm chainstays and if you like, you can run a 2X front derailleur. FEATURES • 27.5" or 27.5 Plus tire compatible with one wheel set. • Boost 148 rear/Boost 110 front • 130 mm rear wheel travel • dw-link version 5 • 1X or 2X with a removable direct mount front derailleur mount that gives a clean 1X look • 27.5 B+ compatible with Schwalbe or Maxxis 2.8” • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large • Fox Factory FLOAT DPS shock with EVOL Sleeve and Kashima Coat, 7.875" x 2.00" • ISCG 05 compatible with optional removable adapter • Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm • 68 mm BSA threaded bottom bracket • Super versatile internal cable routing including internal dropper routing. • Optional polycarbonate down tube cable guard • 160mm post mount • Headset compatibility: ZS 44 / ZS 56 • Dual row angular contact bearings on the drive side of the lower link that have less play than standard sealed bearings. Preload adjustment is not necessary. Large 28mm x 15mm x 7mm radial bearings on the non drive side for stiffness and long wear • Frame weight 5.5 lbs with shock • BB height at sag is the same with either tire
Ibis Mojo 3 - GX Eagle w/carbon wheels
$7,999.99
You could call it the baby brother to the Mojo HD3 or the successor to the Mojo SL/SL-R. Either way, it’s a good thing, and maybe it's our most versatile trailbike ever. You can run 2.3, 2.5 or 2.8 Plus tires on the Mojo 3, all with the same wheelset and without compromise. The Mojo 3 shares a lot of DNA with the HD3. Where the HD3 is big and burly, the Mojo 3 is light, taut and energetic. The latest generation of the dw-link gives the bike its amazing climbing and descending abilities. Low, long and slack best describes the geometry, with the added bonus of extremely short chainstays. Notably, it’s not so slack that only a few World Cup Downhill pros can use it to its full capacity. The bike is nimble yet massively capable. The Mojo 3 also features a Boost swingarm, which yields stiffer wheels and a stiffer frame. A highly evolved carbon layup makes the frame as stiff as an HD3 at just under 5.5 lbs (with shock, size medium). Boost also allowed us to fit 2.8” tires in 425mm chainstays and if you like, you can run a 2X front derailleur. FEATURES • 27.5" or 27.5 Plus tire compatible with one wheel set. • Boost 148 rear/Boost 110 front • 130 mm rear wheel travel • dw-link version 5 • 1X or 2X with a removable direct mount front derailleur mount that gives a clean 1X look • 27.5 B+ compatible with Schwalbe or Maxxis 2.8” • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large • Fox Factory FLOAT DPS shock with EVOL Sleeve and Kashima Coat, 7.875" x 2.00" • ISCG 05 compatible with optional removable adapter • Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm • 68 mm BSA threaded bottom bracket • Super versatile internal cable routing including internal dropper routing. • Optional polycarbonate down tube cable guard • 160mm post mount • Headset compatibility: ZS 44 / ZS 56 • Dual row angular contact bearings on the drive side of the lower link that have less play than standard sealed bearings. Preload adjustment is not necessary. Large 28mm x 15mm x 7mm radial bearings on the non drive side for stiffness and long wear • Frame weight 5.5 lbs with shock • BB height at sag is the same with either tire
Ibis Ripley 4 - GX Eagle w/aluminum wheels
$7,559.00
When we debuted the category-bending Ripley back in 2011, it was used by some as a cross country rocket and by others as a trail shredder. With quick agile handling and super efficient pedaling characteristics, it felt like a BMX bike you could pedal all day. Our athletes quickly discovered just how versatile it could be. While Brian Lopes was racing an O.G. Ripley to a top fifteen result at his first EWS race, others were winning hundred mile epics. As riders pushed the bike in different differections and components evolved, so did the Ripley. The all new Ripley continues that trend. It’s been given the modern longer, slacker, steeper treatment, with an all new chassis that’s both lighter, stiffer, and more progressive. Like the original, it retains 120mm of rear travel, paired with a 130mm front fork, and fast rolling 29” wheels. The “from the ground up” redesign is the culmination of everything we’ve learned from 38 years of mountain bike development. This new Ripley has a one degree slacker headtube angle (now 66.5º), a three degree steeper seat tube angle (now 76º), and a reach that’s been extended by ~45mm across all sizes (475mm on a size large). We also shaved half a pound off the frame, shortened the chainstays by 12mm, increased stiffness, and made the suspension more progressive while maintaining the incredible pedaling characteristics Despite all these changes, the Ripley remains the same snappy, flickable, playful, fast, lightweight, and versatile trail bike it’s always been. In the process of developing the new Ripley, we shed the double eccentric design. While that design was revolutionary, it took up substantial room in the seat tube. And after giving many riders (M-XL) their first taste of 170mm + droppers on the Ripmo, we knew we couldn’t go back to a shorter dropper. Because the new Ripley can accommodate a long dropper and has ultra low standover, you can size your frame based on reach. We still use the standard “small, medium, large…” naming structure because it’s easy to understand, but the size of your seat tube is no longer a limiting factor. Moving from the double eccentric to a Ripmo style chassis also came with significant weight savings. One big factor is our unique combination of bearings and bushings. Bearings don’t last long in areas with high loads and minimal rotation, like our lower link or clevis. We’ve used hermetically sealed IGUS bushings in these locations, which extends our maintenance intervals, increases stiffness, and helps ensure we have some of the lightest frames on the market. The Ripmo has been trouble free, so the Ripley will share the lifetime warranty we offer on our suspension bushings. If you love the Ripmo but want something lighter, faster and more nimble than an Enduro World Series capable mountain bike, the Ripley is it. With its combination of modern geometry, progressive suspension, light weight, and 2.6” tire clearance, the Ripley is our ultimate trail bike.
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