The DV9 is Ibis's 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.
With its well balanced modern geometry, the Ripley is ready for any adventure. The long front end, slack head angle, and short rear end gives you the confidence to try new lines, while the steep seat tube angle and shorter offset fork makes it easy to maneuver technical climbs and flowy singletrack.
The Ripmo and Ripmo AF share the same steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratospheric reach, which places riders centrally over the pedals. It makes for an efficient position that can go the long haul. The slack 64.9 headtube angle and 44mm reduced-off set fork doesn’t wander while climbing, and doesn’t hold you back descending. It works?—?all day up, all day down, all day in between. Ibis's custom tuned front and rear suspension feature extra light high speed compression and rebound damping to deliver unparalleled traction. This allows the wheels to flutter through terrain like a trophy truck storming through a set of whoops.
$6,100.00 - $7,713.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 X01 makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. The 29er wheels will have you rolling over whatever dare get in your way. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. Developed and crafted by some of the sharpest racing-centric minds in the industry; the snappy, efficient X01 11-speed drivetrain offers a wide-range of gears so you can run through your sprocket with the click of a finger while spinning up even the steepest terrain. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid set of Avid Guide hydraulic disc brakes for intuitive speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, it's fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
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