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Ibis
Ripmo XX Eagle AXS Transmission Air Mountain Bike

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Ibis Ripmo XX Eagle AXS Transmission Air Mountain Bike

From the efficient suspension design and climbing characteristics to its descending capabilities, there is much to love about the Ibis Ripmo. We love the Ibis Ripmo XX Eagle AXS Transmission Air Mountain Bike for its ability to be an all-around bike, capable of turning any trail into a fun one. The Ripmo features a full carbon frame, efficient 29-inch wheels, and a frame geometry that gets everything right. With 147mm of DW-Link suspension, this bike will excel on the climbs while feeling like there is more to give on the descents. A 64.9-degree headtube angle gets our front wheel out ahead of us for stability and confidence on the descents, and a steep 76-degree seat tube angle positions us upright and over the pedals for an efficient climbing platform. Ibis equipped the Ripmo with a downtube and chainstay protector to keep the bike silent and protected. Internal cable routing with molded internal carbon tubes ensures a clean-looking and convenient cable routing. Every size of Ibis Ripmo is equipped with 435mm chainstays for quick and snappy handling, and low seat tube lengths and standover heights allow riders of all sizes to get their perfect fit.


This build of the Ibis Ripmo is as good as it gets and is loaded with the very best Ibis has to offer. Starting with SRAM's XX Eagle AXS Transmission drivetrain, this ride receives the latest technology in electronic groupsets, providing us with impressively precise shifting. Next, Shimano's top-tier XTR brakes throw down loads of stopping power so we can ride even faster. A Fox Factory 38 fork and a Factory X2 shock pair together to give us a top-quality suspension set that is ultra-adjustable and takes this bike to new heights. Ibis threw in their carbon rims and paired them with Industry Nine's Hydra hub for an extremely lightweight and capable wheelset. To wrap it up, Maxxis Assegai tires give us tons of braking and cornering traction, and a wireless RockShox AXS Reverb dropper post provides us with buttery-smooth changes in saddle height.


*Due to a high demand in the global supply chain and bike industry since the start of the pandemic, material weight and exact components are subject to change. We are working diligently to keep tech specs updated, and any adjustments will be of equal or better spec level. If you have any questions, reach out to a Gearhead by chatting online or calling 1-888-276-7130.


Details

  • Full carbon trail machine with a top tier build
  • 147mm of DW-Link suspension provides lots of traction and a lively feel
  • Fox Factory 38 GRIP2 fork delivers 160mm of cushioning travel
  • 29in wheels supply rollover capabilities for rock ledges
  • SRAM XX AXS Eagle Transmission drivetrain is ultra-precise and smooth
  • Ibis S35 carbon rims are lightweight and stiff
  • Industry Nine Hydra hubs have tons of engagement points
  • Fox Float Factory X2 has tons of adjustments and top spec performance
  • Item #IBSB0C0
Frame Material
Carbon
Suspension
DW-Link
Rear Shock
Fox Float Factory X2
Rear Travel
147mm
Fork
Fox Factory Float 38, Grip 2
Front Travel
160mm
Headset
Cane Creek 40
Shifters
SRAM Transmission AXS Pod Controller, 12-speed
Rear Derailleur
SRAM XX Transmission AXS T-Type, 12-speed
ISCG Tabs
ISCG-05 mount sold separately
Crankset
SRAM XX Transmission, carbon
Chainring Sizes
30t
Crank Arm Length
[small, medium] 170mm, [large, x-large] 175mm
Bottom Bracket
SRAM DUB BSA
Cassette
SRAM XX Transmission T-Type XS-1297, 12-speed
Cassette Range
10-52t
Chain
SRAM XX Transmission, T-Type, 12-speed
Brakeset
Shimano XTR M9120
Brake Type
4-piston
Rotors
[front] Shimano RT-MT900, 200mm, [rear] Shimano RT-MT900, 180mm
Handlebar
Ibis Carbon Hi Fi
Handlebar Width
800mm
Grips
Lizard Skin Charger Evo
Stem
Industry Nine A318
Stem Length
[small, medium] 40mm, [large, x-large] 50mm
Saddle
WTB Silverado
Seatpost
RockShox Reverb AXS Dropper
Seatpost Travel
[small] 125mm, [medium] 150mm, [large, x-large] 170mm
Wheelset
Ibis S35 Carbon Rims
Hubs
Industry 9 Hydra Hubs
Front Axle
15 x 110mm Boost
Rear Axle
12 x 148mm Boost
Tire Clearance
[rear] 29 x 2.5in
Tires
[front, rear] Maxxis Assegai, EXO+ casing, 120tpi
Tire Size
[front, rear] 29 x 2.5in
Pedals
not included
Extras
downtube protector, chainstay protector, XX1 AXS battery, XX1 AXS power pack charger, SRAM UDH compatible
Claimed Weight
[frame] 6.74lb
Activity
trail, enduro
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 13, 2023

Sweet ride

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
L
Height:
5' 9"
Weight:
165

This bike makes descending a LOT easier. In my first 3 rides I broke at least 6 of my previous best times on my usual PNW flow segments. I am coming from a Ripley LS and was still having tons of fun, but was using all the travel and finding the bike harder to handle at higher speeds with its traction and stability limits. I didn't want to lose too much climbing capability, and I think with a lighter, faster tire set on, the Ripmo would climb very well for a bike in this class. It feels efficient, but the tires are heavy. For sure I gave up some ascending capability. Even though it is longer than my previous bike, I find it easy to move around and it not a problem to manual and wheelie. In fact it feels easier to balance for most stuff, except climbing really narrow singletrack. For that, the slack head tube and highish BB made it a little harder to keep the line I wanted. The BB height is just high enough to have way fewer pedal strikes than I used to have with the Ripley. Switchbacks were fine because there is not much tendency to loop out. The fun happens on the downhill. As shipped, and with a bunch of suspension tuning, it really rips. The support of the suspension is good enough to hammer out of the saddle for short bursts, when the dropper is down and the trail is undulating, and that really impressed me. The support and stability under braking, G outs, berms and pump bumps is great. You can feel it gathering momentum as you pump the terrain. The small bump sensitivity is fairly plush and the traction under braking and cornering is awesome. I'm kind of old and don't like to be rattled as much anymore. For me the biggest change was how much easier it is to maintain speed and momentum, and this brought me up to the correct speed for most of the trails where I wasn't previously clearing doubles or making it all the way over the tabletops. The bike is really stable, so it matters way less when I come up short or over jump. The part I like is that it feels playful and nimble as well, and it feels good to pressure into the terrain. It has a great flow and energy, but is smooth and stable. As for the build, it is premium. I'm not sure you need to go as crazy as the XX AXS, but it doesn't suck. The shock and fork have HSC, LSC, HSR and LSR adjustments, which make it possible to get both support and smoothness. The XTR brakes are powerful, but modulate great. The E-dropper is sweet, because the action is so fast and light. The Transmission is incrementally better than the mechanical Eagle X01 I used previously, which was pretty evolved. The app and setup are just so so and I found it fussy, but ultimately succeeded. The batteries seem to hold up amazingly well considering how many actuations they have to deal with. The wide asymmetrical carbon rims, and I9 hydra hubs feel stiff and fast. The whole bike feels really solid top to bottom. One of the nicest things is how quiet the bike is over rough stuff.

Adam C