Jakemnm

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Jan 8, 2021 at 8:19
Jan 8, 2021
Selling
Jan 8, 2021 at 8:18
Jan 8, 2021

Ibis Ripley V4 Size Large X01 Custom Build PRICE DROP

$5650 USD
UPDATE: Bike is back from the shop with two brand new tires. DHF and Agressor 2.5/2.3" Bike is ready to roll! I am selling my 2020 Ibis Ripley V4 in Matte Braaap black. The bike is a full custom build and has lots of high end parts on it. The frame itself has been Ride Wrapped since day 1 and is in great condition. The wrap is still in place, but I can remove to take detailed photos of the bike as well. The bike has not been registered with Ibis so you can still register this frame. This is without a doubt the best bike I have ever ridden and I'm only selling it to try something different/longer travel. The fork has just been serviced by DVO and only has 4 rides on it since having a full rebuild. I've ridden the Fox 34 Grip 2, Pike Ultimate, and the DVO Sapphire blows both of those forks out of the water for tuneability and performance. It is currently set at 140mm (which feels amazing on this bike), but can be dropped down to 130mm as well. The bike has carbon X1 170mm cranks and an X01 rear derailleur with an XX1 AXS eagle cassette and GX shifter. The bike shifts great and runs well, but there are a few marks on the derailleur from normal riding. The bike has Shimano Zee brakes with 203/180mm rotors and stops very well. The bike was built to perform in a variety of trails and it has done everything from XC races to Pisgah endurance races. The rear hub has been upgraded to an I9 Hydra hub in green and laced to the Ibis S35 wheels for a lightweight wheelset. This could easily be the only bike you own as a killer trail bike, mini-enduro rig, and climbing monster. I prefer local buyers, but will accept Paypal for the sale and ship within the continent after having the bike professionally packed and shipped by my local bike shop. If you have any questions feel free to reach out! (UPDATE: Also forgot to mention that I have a set of black DVO lowers that can go with the bike as well in case the blue isn’t your speed) Frame: 2020 Ibis Ripley V4 Black Size Large Fox Float Factory DPS w EVOL Fork: DVO Sapphire 34 D1 29 Boost 140mm Fork (painted green dials black) Wheelset: Ibis S35 29" AL Logo Boost Wheelset Rear Hub: Industry Nine Hydra Boost 32H 6 Bolt 12x148 Green XD Rear Spokes: CX-Ray J Bend Black with Black Brass Nipples (Qty 32) Handlebar: Oneup Components 35mm 35mm Rise Carbon Bar Stem: Renthal Apex 35mm Stem 50mm Grips: PNW Loam Grips Tan Derailleur: Sram Eagle X01 Deraileur Chain: Sram XX1 Chain Black Cranks: Sram X1 Eagle Carbon Boost Cranks 170mm Cassette: XG-1299 XX1 Eagle 12-Speed Cassette Rainbow Shifter: Sram GX Eagle Trigger Shifter 12 Spd Front Brake: Shimano Zee BR-M640 Brakes Front Rear Brake: Shimano Zee BR-M640 Brakes Rear Front Rotor: SHIMANO XT SM-RT86 6 BOLT ICE-TECH ROTOR 203mm Rear Rotor: SHIMANO XT SM-RT86 6 BOLT ICE-TECH ROTOR 180mm Seatpost: Oneup Components 210mm Dropper Seatpost Saddle: Ergon SM Enduro Comp Men Stealth / Oil-Slick M/L Dropper Lever: Wolftooth Light Action Dropper Lever Remote Front Tire: Maxxis Minion DHR II Wide Trail EXO/TR - 29in 29x2.4" Rear Tire: Maxxis Rekon 3C/EXO+/TR Tire - 29in (Will be swapped for new 29x2.4 Aggressor prior to sale) Cables: Optislick Derailleur Cable And Housing Set (Qty 2) Bash Guard: Funn Zippa Lite Bash Guard 26-32T ISCG05 Headset: Cane Creek 40-Series Zero Stack Tapered Headset Crank Boots: Sram Carbon Crank Boots Bottom Bracket: Sram DUB BSA Bottom Bracket Chainring: 30T X-Sync 2 Eagle 12-Speed Direct Mount Chainring - Boost Frame Protection: Ride Wrap Ripley Gen 4 Frame Protection Kit - Large Matte Note: The bike has been used and ridden and there are small blemishes that occur from normal riding on the frame and other components. Full detailed photos of individual components can be sent to the buyer prior to the sale to ensure you are aware of all marks and signs of use. This bike is used and being offered for sale as is.

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Jakemnm danielsapp's article
Nov 16, 2020 at 9:07
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Review: PNW Components' New Loam Dropper Post
I have had a 210mm OneUp post on my bike since it came out and it has had the cartridge fail twice already. OneUp is great about customer service, but the post failed for the second time 4 days before a race and I had to scramble to find an alternate in time. The seal head on the OneUp also requires very frequent maintenance to keep the post running smooth and if you want the post to return quickly you really have to crank the PSI up on the cartridge; which makes it kind of a pain to push down by hand. I'd be interested in trying out this post in the 200mm version if it's smoother than the OneUp and can go more than a few weeks without needing the seal head cleaned and re-lubed.
Jakemnm CascadeComponents's article
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Jakemnm mikelevy's article
Aug 11, 2020 at 12:06
Aug 11, 2020
Field Test: Transition Spur - Made to Descend
@stillclimbing: My Ripley is built up as a 120/140mm bike with big 4 piston 203mm brakes and grippy tires. The bike is the best handling bike I've owned, but I do love Transition bikes and if I didn't already have my Ripley i'd probably snag one. I had a Ripmo and it was great as an all arounder, but with a 2 bike stable it kind of falls in between what I want. I have my Ripley for all day rides and looking at a longer travel bike to crush descents and take to the park. I'm in North Carolina and the Ripley handles Pisgah with ease, so I think the Spur could as well while giving me a bit more on the downs. I'd just like to demo one and see how it feels. Travel numbers rarely tell the whole story.
Jakemnm mikelevy's article
Aug 10, 2020 at 10:01
Aug 10, 2020
Field Test: Transition Spur - Made to Descend
This is the only bike that makes me consider parting ways with my Ripley V4.
Jakemnm danielsapp's article
Jul 21, 2020 at 16:05
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I still can’t pronounce Oiz
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Video: Celebrating Canada Day Sun Peaks Style
Pitter patter lets get at ‘er!
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