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IbisRipmo Mountain Bike Frame - 2019
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April 19, 2019
Best Thing Ever!
- I've put it through the wringer
Official thoughts in the Rimpo now that I've put down some solid laps.... It's as smooth as butter sliding across a warm dinner plate, it climbs like a Mexican on meth, it's got more pop than the Hanson Boys, fly's faster than a unicorn on Red bull, and clearly the best thing I've had between my legs since my ex-wife left me for a another woman!
January 10, 2019
Voted Best in Test for Enduro Magazine
https://enduro-mtb.com/en/ibis-ripmo-review/ "If only the very best will do, the Ibis Ripmo is the perfect trail bike for you. No other bike in the test field proved to be as versatile and as convincing on the climbs as well as descents as the Ripmo. The clever details on the frame combined with high-quality workmanship and carefully chosen componentry results in a trail bike by which all others have to measure themselves. The Ibis Ripmo is our “best in test” winner and therefore the best trail bike of 2019!"
June 3, 2018
Too busy riding the Ripmo to do a review
- I've used it several times
Excellent bike... Climbs like a beast, will pretty much clear anything climb you point it at, and descends like a bat out of hell. I find myself clearing jumps I used to come up short on because it carries so much speed/momentum. Feels very stable at higher speeds compared to other bikes I have ridden. Though not quite as nimble through the technical stuff as a 27.5 160mm bike, I find I can pretty much just roll over most of the gnarlier without thinking twice. The front end is pretty high being that it's a combination of 29" wheels and a 160mm fork, so I have the stem down to one spacer away from the frame and it feels great for our trails here in Bellingham WA. If I lived in the bay area still I'd probably go with no spacers. Comparisons: Whereas I have found myself occasionally wanting for a 170 fork on my prior "big bike" an Evil Insurgent and even now and then on my current big bike an Ibis HD4, the Ripmo feels very well equipped at 160. I did notice a bit "29er" feeling on my first climb compared with riding my Evil Following and Ibis HD4, but it only took a ride to get used to that and now I prefer climbing on this bike to both thanks to gobs of traction and the "go for it" attitude it brings to the table... I am faster climbing on the Ripmo vs the HD4 and when it gets rough on the climbs it feels less disrupted vs the Following which can be thrown off by rougher climbs. I highly recommend this bike for most riders unless you're pure XC or purely looking for a jumping bike in which case I prefer the HD4 for its more nimble feeling. The Ripmo is a high speed trail conquering PR setting beast.