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Posted: Jul 9, 2020 at 10:58 Quote
roxtar wrote:
Fox X2 Fox 38 I9 Carbon Wheels XTR 12Sp XTR Brakes Raceface Carbon Cranks Bars Fox Transfer Chris King BB HS.

Fox X2 Fox 38 I9 Carbon Wheels XTR 12Sp XTR Brakes Raceface Carbon Cranks Bars Fox Transfer Chris King BB HS.
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Fox X2 Fox 38 I9 Carbon Wheels XTR 12Sp XTR Brakes Raceface Carbon Cranks Bars Fox Transfer Chris King BB HS.

170mm Fox 38 Elite
XTR drivetrain and brakes
I9 Carbon Enduro 355 wheelset and A35 stem
Chris King headset and bottom bracket
Fox Transfer dropper
Raceface Csix bars and Next R cranks
Brooks C13 saddle

That seat thou! Ouch

Posted: Jul 9, 2020 at 11:54 Quote
Branmuffin wrote:
roxtar wrote:
Fox X2 Fox 38 I9 Carbon Wheels XTR 12Sp XTR Brakes Raceface Carbon Cranks Bars Fox Transfer Chris King BB HS.

Fox X2 Fox 38 I9 Carbon Wheels XTR 12Sp XTR Brakes Raceface Carbon Cranks Bars Fox Transfer Chris King BB HS.
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Fox X2 Fox 38 I9 Carbon Wheels XTR 12Sp XTR Brakes Raceface Carbon Cranks Bars Fox Transfer Chris King BB HS.

170mm Fox 38 Elite
XTR drivetrain and brakes
I9 Carbon Enduro 355 wheelset and A35 stem
Chris King headset and bottom bracket
Fox Transfer dropper
Raceface Csix bars and Next R cranks
Brooks C13 saddle

That seat thou! Ouch
Actually, it's the most comfortable saddle I've ever had. It's a soft, flexible cloth/rubber composite that's suspended on a carbon frame and rails.
I've put them on my last three bikes.

Posted: Jul 9, 2020 at 12:21 Quote
roxtar wrote:
Branmuffin wrote:
roxtar wrote:
170mm Fox 38 Elite
XTR drivetrain and brakes
I9 Carbon Enduro 355 wheelset and A35 stem
Chris King headset and bottom bracket
Fox Transfer dropper
Raceface Csix bars and Next R cranks
Brooks C13 saddle

That seat thou! Ouch
Actually, it's the most comfortable saddle I've ever had. It's a soft, flexible cloth/rubber composite that's suspended on a carbon frame and rails.
I've put them on my last three bikes.

Sounds interesting, can you share the brand/model?

Posted: Aug 30, 2020 at 7:33 Quote

Ripmo 1 (just sold to another Pinkbiker), and now the Ripmo 2!

Ripmo 2 Build:
XL Frame - Bug Zapper Blue
Fox Factory suspension
DT Swiss XMC 1200 Wheels w/DT240 hubs
SRAM XO1 Eagle AXS drivetrain (Originally ordered with XT, but ditched it after 100 miles, not impressed)
XT Brakes
Rockshox Reverb AXS dropper
ENVE M7 Bars
Deity Grips
AbsoluteBlack Oval ring

The Ripmo 1 was awesome, and even happier with the Ripmo 2 Smile

Posted: Aug 30, 2020 at 10:57 Quote
YukonLT wrote:

Ripmo 1 (just sold to another Pinkbiker), and now the Ripmo 2!

Ripmo 2 Build:
XL Frame - Bug Zapper Blue
Fox Factory suspension
DT Swiss XMC 1200 Wheels w/DT240 hubs
SRAM XO1 Eagle AXS drivetrain (Originally ordered with XT, but ditched it after 100 miles, not impressed)
XT Brakes
Rockshox Reverb AXS dropper
ENVE M7 Bars
Deity Grips
AbsoluteBlack Oval ring

The Ripmo 1 was awesome, and even happier with the Ripmo 2 Smile

Any downside to the v2 vs. the v1? I doubt it, but haven’t seen much of a comparison between the two.

Posted: Aug 31, 2020 at 9:08 Quote
Branmuffin wrote:

Any downside to the v2 vs. the v1? I doubt it, but haven’t seen much of a comparison between the two.

None for me, the V2 has been everything I expected and hoped for. The one degree difference in the head tube definitely made it steer different from the V1, which at first I wasn't sure about. Now that I have it dialed in and fitting better, I'm super impressed. Really, really like this bike.

Posted: Dec 16, 2020 at 2:08 Quote
So, after a 4 month wait the Ripley frame showed up and I could then build up with parts from he Tallboy which I had sold in October.
Medium v4 frame, I'm a stubby 175cm (short legs and arms) and the sizing with a 40cm stems seems good, not as stretched out as my large Megatower but comfortable for some of the Trail riding I plan do do on this (the MTs my shuttle bike).
Its seems to be a bit of a ripper.

Posted: Jan 22, 2021 at 1:58 Quote
My 2019 Ripley V4..got the frame June 2019 and have been enjoying it ever since!


AXS XX1 12 speed
DVO Sapphire at 140mm
DVO Topaz
EIE carbon wheels, DT 350hubs
Enve 50mm stem
Raceface Next R bars 20mm rise
Guide Ultimate's
KS Lev CI dropper with Crank Brothers remote
Xpedo Spry pedals

Posted: Jan 22, 2021 at 6:42 Quote

Sram X9 10-spd drivetrain
Code brakes
MRP Stage Fork
Flow EX/Hope wheels


Sold this just over a year ago (reach was too short and wouldn't fit bigger wheels), but my MojoHD was awesome. Pedaled great and still nice on the bigger hits. Felt indestructible - anyone scared about the fragility of carbon should ride an HD.

Posted: Jan 22, 2021 at 8:31 Quote
linuxrick wrote:
My 2019 Ripley V4..got the frame June 2019 and have been enjoying it ever since!


AXS XX1 12 speed
DVO Sapphire at 140mm
DVO Topaz
EIE carbon wheels, DT 350hubs
Enve 50mm stem
Raceface Next R bars 20mm rise
Guide Ultimate's
KS Lev CI dropper with Crank Brothers remote
Xpedo Spry pedals

Matching DVO decals look great.

Posted: Feb 26, 2021 at 0:36 Quote
My girlfriend found the frame for sale online and I built it for her. Well, I built it for me, but it's her bike. We are similar in size, so I can ride it as well.
That shock is in desperate need of a volume spacer.

Should be done.



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