The Ibis Ripley and the Mojo have had a child, and it is the Ripmo. The Ripmo is a big wheeled, long travel bike that is always ready for a big climb or big descent. It has a sub six-pound carbon frame with 145mm of rear travel, 160mm of front travel, and uses a highly versatile DW-link. The frame's geometry is nearly an inch longer than the HD4 and has clearance for a 170mm dropper post. The frame has clearance for up to a 2.6" tire, short chainstays, a threaded bottom bracket, in-frame molded internal cable routing, and the ability to run both a rear shock and large water bottle.
The geometry of the frame features a 76° seat tube angle that puts more weight over the front tire. This keeps the front end from wandering or washing out. The Ripmo also uses a fork offset that is shorter than what is traditionally used on a 29er. This makes a 65.9° head angle feel like 64.5° without increasing the wheelbase. You get the stability of a slack head angle and still have the ability to go around tight corners. The Ripmo geometry opens up new levels of confidence-inspiring riding. The frame geometry is designed around a 175mm post or 150mm on the small frame size.
The X01 Eagle version features a Fox Float 36 Performance fork with 160mm of travel on the front and a Fox Float DPX2 rear shock with 145mm of travel. It comes with Ibis 938 aluminum rims with Ibis Logo hubs that offer a tubeless-ready, smooth-rolling ride. These are paired with a Maxxis Minion DHF 29" x 2.5" Wide Trail on the front and a Maxxis Aggressor 29" x 2.5" Wide Trail on the rear.
The drive train features SRAM X01 Eagle which provides a 12-speed drive train with a 10-50 tooth cassette on the rear. It has a SRAM X01 Eagle shifter with an X01 Eagle rear derailleur. The SRAM XG-1295 cassette and X01 crankset with a 32-tooth chainring will provide all the gears you need you climb any hill and ride on any terrain. When you get to the top of the hill, the Shimano XT 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes, with 180mm rotors on the front and rear, will provide the stopping power on the way down. The cockpit is comprised of Ibis Hi-Fi Carbon handlebars and a Thomson Elite X4 stem and the seatpost is a Fox Transfer. If you're looking for the ultimate 29" bike, then you'll love the Ripmo.
Jenson Journal - "It is going to devour technical descents, but you aren’t going to pay the price by having to arm-wrestle the bike to keep it in a straight line on the next climb." - Matt Long
Fox Float 36 Performance fork provides 160mm of travel in the front
Internal cable tunnels offer the easiest cable routing ever
2.6" tire clearance so you can have extra traction and higher-volume
Dropper post clearance up to 170mm or 150mm on the small frame
Threaded bottom bracket with ISCG 05 compatibility
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