Review Ibis Ripmo AXS
One look and you’re going to know: Ripmo AXS an Ibis. The Ripmo features the usual lines and the DW-link suspension that Ibis is known for offering 145 mm of movement. The Ripmo is typically equipped with a FOX DPX2 Output shock, but on our flagship edition, this has been replaced by a FLOAT X2.
Ibis Ripmo offers its consumers a lot of flexibility in the choice of materials, selling numerous components that you can mix and match. Our €10,598 bike marks the high end of the scale and is made with only the finest components. It features an SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain and a 160 mm FOX 36 Factory GRIP2 suspension fork.
A unique highlight is the Ibis 942 carbon wheels with an inner rim diameter of 35 mm, which transforms on the automotive Nine Hydra hubs. But be warned, the Hydra hubs sound like a hive of crazy wasps! You’re either going to enjoy it or dislike it. We will need to criticize the Shimano XT brakes. While they provide outstanding stopping capacity, the pads rattled loudly in the caliper – on a bike where little else creaks or rattles, it’s quite distracting! The RockShox Reverb AXS provides a huge 170 mm fall. Indeed, the Ibis short, straight seat tube could comfortably fit an even longer version.
Fork FOX 36 FLOAT Factory GRIP2 Rear Shock FOX X2 Factory 145 mm Seatpost RockShox Reverb AXS 170 mm Brakes Shimano XT M8120 200/180 mm Drivetrain SRAM X01 Eagle AXS 32/10-50 Stem Thomson Elite X4 50 Handlebar Ibis Carbon 800 mm Wheelset Ibis S35 Carbon / Industry Nine Hydra 29 Tires MAXXIS Assegai EXO+ 2,5
Size S M L XL Weight 13,66 kg Wheel size 29" Travel (f/r) 160/145 mm
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