Ibis Introduces the RipMo

Ibis recently pulled the curtains back on a bike they’ve been working on for some time, and the release date couldn’t have come at a better time, with Robin Wallner piloting the new bike to a 3rd place podium finish yesterday at the opening round of the Enduro World series in Chile. Dubbed the Ripmo, the new bike is a long travel 29″ wheeled enduro bike. This is the first time, in our opinion, that Ibis have truly pushed the long/slack boundaries of geometry with reach numbers that actually are on the long side, paired to a slack 66º head angle. The Ripmo features 145mm of travel out back and is spec’d with a 160mm fork. This new bike is available as a frame only, and at 5 different spec levels in sizes Small through Extra Large. We’ll be jumping aboard a demo bike in the very near future, so stay tuned for our thoughts on the Ripmo…


  • 29” Wheels
  • 145mm dw-link rear travel
  • 160mm front travel
  • 2.6” tire clearance
  • Carbon fiber front and rear triangle
  • Available in sizes S-XL, fits riders between 5” and 6’6”
  • Frame weight from 5.08 lbs / 2.3 kg (w/ out shock), 6.06 lbs / 2.7 kg w/ Fox DPX2
  • Available with either Fox DPX2 or X2 shock
  • Complete builds from 28.1 lbs / 12.7 kg



  • Threaded BB
  •  ISCG 05 compatible with removable adapter
  • Shorter 44mm fork offset
  • Steep 76º seat tube angle
  • In-frame molded cable tunnels
  • Bottle cage mounts inside front triangle
  • Works simultaneously with piggyback shocks and larger water bottles
  • Size M-XL compatible with 170mm droppers, 125-150mm for smalls
  • Polycarbonate downtube protector and molded rubber swing arm protectors
  • IGUS bushings in lower link, bearings in upper link
  • 210mm eye to eye, 55mm stroke shock
  • Post mount rear brake
  • 203mm max rotor size
  • 1x specific design
  • Boost spacing



  • Complete builds start at $4,099
  • Frame only (w/ DPX2 shock) starts at $2,999


  • Seven Year frame warranty
  • Lifetime replacement on bushings


  • Shipping worldwide on March 26th, 2018


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