First Look: Ibis' New Ripmo AF is Coil-Compatible & Aluminum

Sep 10, 2019 at 6:07
by Daniel Sapp  

Today, Ibis launch their Ripmo AF, a more affordable aluminum version of their longer travel carbon bike. The Ripmo AF takes a lot of details from the carbon version along with a few tweaks and a different parts package to bring a trail-ready, dw-link bike to a wider audience with prices starting at $2,999 USD for complete bikes. The Ripmo AF is also available as a frame only option for $1,799 with the DVO Topaz or $1,899 with the DVO Jade X coil shock upgrade.

The Ripmo AF was made to hit a lower price point and offer a complete bike that's capable of handling full-on trail riding right out of the box. All builds have DVO suspension, Maxxis Assegai tires, and a 12-speed drivetrain. The NX build is $2,999 and then the top-of-the-line GX package is $4,299.


Ibis Ripmo AF

• Intended use: Enduro / All-Mountain
• 160mm front travel
• 147mm rear travel
• 2.6" tire clearance
• Aluminum frame
• Sizes S-XL
• DVO Suspension
• Compatible with coil shocks
• Price: $2,999 - $4,299 USD
More Info: Ibis Cycles





The team at Ibis say that despite having the Ripmo carbon in their line for a while, they had always considered doing an aluminum version of it. The frame shape lends itself to making this possible and it's a popular category of bike. They started looking at and asking the question, "Who is the customer of this bike?" and realized that it's not the same as the person who is buying a more expensive carbon bike. They may want something a little slacker and with coil compatibility. All of that was taken into consideration with the Ripmo AF.

Ibis wanted to reach the $3,000 price point all with proper suspension, tires, and drivetrain. It seems like a pretty tough shot, especially considering the current offerings out there at that price, but Ibis decided that selling a bike at that price was key and figured out how to make it happen, even it means potentially taking a hit on the bottom line

bigquotesWe want to make bikes that are affordable and inclusive and we haven’t been able to since we make carbon bikes. The Ripmo AF is our answer to that.Ibis

Updated Geometry and Suspension

The Ripmo AF has an updated geometry and suspension. The front shock mount has been ever so slightly moved to make the suspension more progressive and in order to be compatible with certain coil shocks, including the optional DVO Jade X. Shock size is metric and the Ripmo AF uses a 210x55 shock.

As far as geometry goes, the head tube angle is 64.9-degrees, a degree slacker than the original Ripmo and the seat tube is 76-degrees. The bike uses a 44-mm offset fork. Reach numbers have grown slightly across the board.



Other Details

The Ripmo AF is 1x only, has a threaded BB, and is ISCG 05 compatible - with a removable adaptor. Sizes M-XL are compatible with 170mm + droppers. Size Small bikes are compatible with 125-150mm droppers, depending on the style of dropper.

There is internal cable routing throughout and molded rubber protection on the chainstays. The bike is also compatible with up to a 203mm brake rotor and riders can fit a full-size water bottle inside the front triangle.





We have a Ripmo AF in our hands so look for more impressions to come following our Field Tests this fall.


325 Comments

  • 350 6
 Can't help but read it every time as 'Ripmo As F**k'.
  • 34 2
 Came here to say the same thing
  • 167 1
 Obviously as intended.
  • 3 1
 hah was thinking the same!
  • 30 1
 Not an accident.
  • 21 1
 Ha! Me too... Hats off to Ibis for putting out a sweet bike for the rest of us
  • 12 1
 that's not what it is?
  • 7 59
flag airsoftesneeto (Sep 10, 2019 at 10:39) (Below Threshold)
 i see that too. obviously was intended but so lame
  • 5 0
 Stoked AF! Ordering a Raw AF coiler. She will be Built For Speed
  • 2 1
 Ripped AF brahhhh
  • 1 0
 going to say that, it's no accident...
  • 1 0
 Ripmo Affluent Functionality
  • 1 0
 @airsoftesneeto:

Wait waaaat! Lamer than your pb username lol
  • 245 2
 Did anyone read AF and think “Aluminum Frame”?

Me neither
  • 79 9
 Does anyone drive by an ATM sign and think of a sexual maneuver?
  • 19 1
 @Staktup: Only every time.
  • 18 0
 @Staktup: I will now
  • 41 3
 'Tis my favorite Ibis frame name of all time!
  • 3 1
 @Staktup: LMAOOO I think the same thing when I see Texas A & M stickers on cars. (they put the 'T' in the middle)
  • 3 0
 This bike will be a hit among Bros: aluminum, short chainstays, looks like its shredding even though its just setting there...
  • 10 1
 I saw “Aluminum Foil”
  • 3 0
 @JeffWeed: Although the Hakkalugi (available in Phlegmish Yellow or Black Lung) has to be right up there.
  • 1 0
 @JeffWeed: And your name is near the top of the list for favorite riders- or just names jah mon
  • 111 0
 That SLX build kit gets you a fantastic bike for that price! Well played Ibis...well played.
  • 25 2
 Yes! Especially if you prefer Shimano over SRAM.
  • 36 0
 That's a nice built for $4000. I'd take SLX over NX any day. And DVO suspension! I might have to sell my new Enduro Pro. Ha!
  • 6 0
 Agreed, so cool, PROPS to @ibiscycles
  • 17 2
 @twowheelfury: I'd take SLX over GX any day. The only drawback between the SLX and GX build is the carbon bars on the GX -- if you even want to call that a drawback. For the $300 difference, I wouldn't even worry about it. I suppose if a guy prefers SRAM, he'd beg to differ. I am not that guy.
  • 26 3
 Not sure how it is worth 1k over the NX build though? Yes you get an upgraded dropper (say extra 200), but the retail of a full SLX over NX isnt close to an additional 800...
  • 5 0
 Especially with the 4 piston SLX brakes. That's a shred Worth, reliable setup. Not sure about DVO suspension (as in, don't know enough about it to have an opinion).
  • 6 0
 @TheR: The GX also has a down grade in brakes as well SLX vs Deore. middle of the road is definitely best here.
  • 6 0
 @g-42: I've had a DVO Topaz on a couple bikes and it was pretty sick. Super plush, lots of adjustability.
  • 23 0
 Speccing dvo and Bikeyoke that's good shit.
  • 7 2
 Is SLX really worth a $1000 more than NX though? I've honestly only ridden SLX 11 speed and GX 12 speed, but unless SLX got way better when they went to 12 speed and NX is a huge downgrade from GX I cant see how that makes sense?
I'm genuinely curious to hear from someone who has ridden both.
  • 4 0
 Agree.
Who's the customer for this bike?
I can easily see myself buying one
  • 2 2
 Judt that suspension leaves me with question marks. I don't know anything about DVO suspension and no one of my riding buddies has anything similar
  • 8 0
 @gibspaulding: Agree. I would be tempted to buy the NX build, rip the SRAM group off and sell it in the Buy/Sell. Then buy Shimano drivetrain. Same with the droppers.
  • 8 0
 @gibspaulding: I was thinking the same. I was super excited when the new SLX stuff came out because I was thinking that it would be competing with NX. Here it's priced almost at GX.

The whole SLX groupset including brakes only retails for $810. I didn't notice any other differences, so that suggests that even if Ibis is buying Shimano at retail, the NX drivetrain and brakes must be costing them negative 190 dollars.
  • 14 0
 @pakleni: Dont let the spec of DVO turn you down. The topaz has made my santa cruz Bronson 10x more playful than the fox float dps it came with. I've only demo'd the diamond and it was a beast. The small bump compliance of DVO is second to none. Could not recommend a better suspension setup for any bike, let alone a budget monster like this. You won't need to worry about replacing with fox or rockshox if that's what you're used to.
  • 5 0
 As an aluminum frame fan, I'm stoked. Good job @ibiscycles good job!

And for those not familiar with @DVOSuspension - great forks & shocks and even greater customer service.
  • 1 0
 @Trevorjones109: and the customer service is amazing they really take care of their customers.
There was an instance where they stayed on the phone with dude while he was out riding trying to get his suspension dialed.
  • 5 0
 @reverend27: yeah I've only ever heard good things regarding their customer service. I actually worked with the topaz on a college project and they supplied shock curves with varying air volume spacer counts to help dial the shocks in. Great company all around.
  • 6 0
 @gibspaulding: I had GX 12 speed and now have XT 12 speed and it's so much better. You can shift under power.The GX was very noisy and janky.
  • 3 0
 @pakleni: DVO stuff is great, you won't be disappointed
  • 7 0
 @CEOJ: this. Complete SLX 7100 groups can be had (with brakes) for much less than $1000 online. I wish their SLX build was cheaper. Makes more sense to buy the NX bike and upgrade it to SLX purchased from eBay etc. and a OneUp dropper. $800ish instead of $1000.

Then ya sell the KS dropper and NX group and you're looking at...IDK...$400-$500 for the SLX upgrade, total? Rather than the $1000 markup getting it direct from Ibis? Frown
  • 1 0
 @pakleni: by the sound of the comments section - everyone
  • 6 0
 Shoot I'd buy the $3k build and sell the nx drivetrain and brakes, snipe out some deals in the classifieds for some used saints or 4 piston xt brakes and a new take-off 11 speed drivetrain. Drop a shitton of weight off the drivetrain... if you did it right i bet youd only spend an extra $200-300
  • 1 0
 @topfuel564: Oh dang! That's what I want to do! Did you swap out crankest and bottom bracket also? Did you go online or via LBS?
  • 3 0
 @g-42: RE: DVO, I rode a Diamond and Topaz on my buddy's Mixer, which prompted me to put the same setup on my Riot, super adjustable and great performance especially for heavier/harder charging riders.
  • 2 0
 @pakleni: Outstanding stuff. Ever read about the plush Marzocchi forks before? DVO are the guys behind the passion and feel of the amazing forks from 20 years ago! Rock Shox and Fox are the known brands by everyone, the Spaghetti Factory and McDonalds of suspension. But low and behold there are others out there that produce an even better meal to those with a refined pallet!

(and yes, DVO is now an American company so it is a given that it's unfamiliar to you in Switzerland at this point). Cheers!
  • 4 0
 @gibspaulding: Having ridden both, the Shimano 12 is superior to anyything eagle in my opnion. Sell the NX as a new take off for $300 and you could mix and match whatever SLX/XT you want and still be way under $1000.
  • 1 0
 @gumbytex: perhaps Shimano doesn’t give as good a deal as Sram. Like they are known to screw over bike shops by making them inherently overpriced. They are much like old school apple in this regard
  • 6 3
 Eagle is shit! Seriously, not only GX and NX (super heavy scrap so you just really can't compare it with SLX!!) but even XO1... I've got 4-5 friends that have eagle and they all have problems with it...they all want to switch for Shimano!

If you buy that SLX bike you just have to buy a XT shifter and you'll be in heaven! Wink
  • 3 0
 @50105010: I went online, used a wolftooth camo spider and 12 speed wolftooth shimano chainring to be able to use my existing SRAM crankset.
  • 2 0
 @gibspaulding: I think the main thing is that NX cassettes don't have the 10-tooth cog that GX and the Shimano 12-speeds have.
  • 2 0
 Anybody have any opinion/experience with Ibis in house parts? Specifically their rims and hubs?
  • 2 0
 @Timo82: haha don't listen to this BS
I have a Ripmo with the NX. My last bike had GX my HT has XT/SLX.
They all work great as long as they are clean, lubed, and tuned.
I did add an XO1 shifter just to give it a try.
NX cranks are great. I planned on swapping them out but after riding them for 6 months bashing rocks in Montana they have proven themselves.
Next time you hear someone's gears grinding just look at how they maintain their bike. They probably don't!
The NX cassettes are heavy but I don't notice it. Eventually I will replace it with something lighter.
Just buy the best bike you can afford.
4 piston brakes will make you happy on the Ripmo.
  • 3 0
 @cheeverbrent: I have Ibis hubs with Ibis Carbon wheels on my Ripmo.
6 months of abuse no real issues.
I have had some hard hits with no problems. My wheels have lots of scratches.
The only negative is they tend to always have a slow leak. I check my psi before every ride.
  • 1 0
 @CEOJ: what is the E.P. price? Heh...
  • 1 0
 @gumbytex: what would be the cheapest way to swap out the freehub with the NX > SLX upgrade?
  • 1 0
 @Krahdmirr: NX uses an old style shimano freehub, so you could just find an 11-50 cassette and use the stock freehub.
  • 79 0
 Finally a bike for the Hygenist.
  • 95 25
 All the cube dwellers who rip super hard 4.5 mile rides on their Ripmo’s will be super bummed to know this has better geometry and a better suspension set up.

Don’t worry Chad. The Carbon still looks better on the back of your Cayenne.
  • 79 1
 Eh hem... that’s a BMW X5, mister.
  • 9 1
 Don't lie to him, man. The raw aluminum frame is clearly much better looking.
  • 12 2
 I once built an Ripmo for a cube dweller where he wanted to run Shimano XT everything, but insist on having Sram cassette because he absolutely needs the 10T on the cassette. Turns out bike was used purely for urban commute, only.
  • 42 6
 Some ripmo owners are neither:
- chads
- cubicle dwellers
- Cayenne owners

Why does it mean I’m some sort of high society snob just because I prioritized my $$ to afford a great bike?
  • 13 0
 Chad/Chadina will just buy something else. And I'll raise a beer to them pouring money into the bike industry, paying the R&D costs which have led to the amazing bikes we have today and for those bikes existing now, rather than in ten years time.

In the meantime, I'll enjoy ripping it on the top end Intense frame that I picked up on close-out because it was last year's model and that would never have ever existed if the cube dwellers hadn't created the market for it.

But hey, that's just me.
  • 13 0
 @sc213626: Make fun of cube dweller to your own peril. They are the ones that bring in the profits to the bike industry.
  • 6 2
 @sc213626: LOL. My mate and i were out on a ride once and were chilling at a pub after. This guy rides up on a Moots with Fox Factory full sus, and full XTR build kit. He had fenders on both wheels, and there wasn't a spec of dust on that bike. It was the cutest thing I'd ever seen. Wink LOL
  • 2 20
flag jamesbrant (Sep 10, 2019 at 14:35) (Below Threshold)
 @pcledrew: most are women round these parts. i reckon it's a lady bike. looks feminine, logo, curves, tube shape, and designed by one. chicks bike all day.
  • 4 2
 I have normal office and drive M-B instead. Only have aluminum and titanium bikes.
  • 14 0
 The jealousy oozing from this comment and it's sub comments is a joke. Don't worry about what other people have or don't have, if they want to spend 10 grand on a bike to ride blue trails then let them. Fact is if we all had the money we would buy them too. At least they are out riding bikes, that's what's important.
  • 7 0
 @Davec85: agreed. As a former shop guy that was in charge of some books, I can tell you the guys that drop the loot on the high end bikes help subsidize the shop for the people buying cheaper bikes. Just because the labor from model to model is about the same, the high end bikes end up with a much higher profit margin and help keep shops afloat so they can stay in business and sell mid level bikes.
  • 1 0
 @whambat: as someone working in a shop I totally second what you're saying
  • 70 0
 What is there not to like here? Kudos to ibis. This looks killer.
  • 58 1
 We're blushing.
  • 24 0
 @ibiscycles: The real kudos go for you guys spec-ing Shimano again!!!!!!!! FINALLY!
  • 55 0
 Thank you Ibis. You have now gone from having bikes I loved to look at online and wish I could have, to having a bike I'm trying to figure out how to save money to actually buy. Awesome!
  • 51 0
 Excited AF for this Ripmo AF bc carbon is overrated AF and metal is rad AF
  • 7 0
 LMAO. Well said sir!! I just hope it rides nice and isn't too heavy AF! Wink
  • 46 0
 Cool AF
  • 16 1
 This!
  • 39 0
 SLX package just awesome! Finally companies start realizing that alu frames works just fine!
  • 54 2
 MAKE SHIMANO GREAT AGAIN!! I'm so over SRAM.
  • 1 0
 @mybaben: Yep, especially the cheaper groupsets are awful.
  • 34 0
 Affordable af
  • 30 0
 This is great news as I prefer AL and am an Ibis fan. But the Ripmo is way more bike than I need so @ibiscycles will we see other AF models? Let me cut to the chase - will we see a Ripley AF???
  • 82 1
 There's a great interview with Ibis Founder Scot Nicol on MTBR with more details on this...But here's the quote you're looking for:

"The market reaction to this bike will be the deciding factor. We’re not saying yes or no to more “AF”. This bike is an experiment. If it’s successful, then we’ll likely go for it."
  • 23 0
 @ibiscycles: Thanks for taking the time to reply and share that information. Here's to hoping the Ripmo AF is wildly successful and this enables other AF models.
  • 1 1
 @ibiscycles:
How have the new geo #'s changed the bike, climbing, cornering and descending?
What is the BB height now?
  • 4 0
 @ibiscycles: Thank you so much for building good bikes out of metal.
  • 6 0
 Would be surprised if these dont sell like crazy for Ibis, good for them.
  • 14 0
 @ibiscycles: A Ripley AF would be sweet AF. Just saying. I mean, I'd probably buy one in an SLX build.
  • 1 1
 @ratedgg13: Absolutely! Love the Ripley, just not the price.
  • 3 0
 @ibiscycles: Can I say my carbon Ripmo exploded in a freak riding accident and get warranty price on the AL version frame replacement or am I limited to only same-model?
  • 3 0
 @ibiscycles:
I have the carbon versionof the Ripmo and want also the slack head angle!
Please offer a well working angle set -1° with 10mm cup height oft low cup.

Or can you make a proposal which headset type to buy.
  • 2 0
 The Ripley?
  • 8 1
 @ibiscycles: I can't speak for others, but I am really hoping for a 27.5 version of the Ripmo AF. Great work Ibis.
  • 4 0
 @dorsden: Works Components already makes what you're asking for.
  • 1 0
 @UncleGnarly: had the same thought today. Put some flip chips in this thing and set it up for 27.5 or 29 and mullet if you so desire
  • 29 2
 “They started ... asking the question, Who is the customer of this bike? and realized that it's not the same as the person who is buying a more expensive carbon bike.”

Words fail me
  • 7 1
 Who is dumber- the writer of that or the thinker of that?
  • 8 1
 Calling Captain Obvious??? Captain Obvious please pick up a courtesy phone.
  • 28 0
 Woah, woah, woah...I hope this isn’t a trend of bike companies listening to what people want. What else would we complain about? Oh right...e-bikes.
  • 29 0
 Wow. This is everything the bike industry and consumer needs.
  • 1 19
flag SnowshoeRider4Life (Sep 10, 2019 at 9:32) (Below Threshold)
 i dont see a water bottle mount
  • 11 0
 @SnowshoeRider4Life: Check again, they said it can fit a full size water bottle.
  • 6 0
 @SnowshoeRider4Life:
Other Details

There is internal cable routing throughout and molded rubber protection on the chainstays. The bike is also compatible with up to a 203mm brake rotor and riders can fit a full-size water bottle inside the front triangle.
  • 24 0
 Wonder why they even bother with a GX-spex when the SLX-spec is 300$ cheaper.:-)

Bikeyoke droppers too, wonderful!
  • 5 6
 And automatically better because it's Shimano!!
  • 20 0
 I appreciate it when a company still offers an aluminum frame. Not all of us are enthusiastic about carbon bike parts.
  • 17 0
 The Ripmo AF NX has to be the best value bike on the market. IBIS is obviously trying to hit a price point here with the NX to compete (beat) Commencal and YT etc.

For the price of the frame and fork, you get a complete bike...top of the line suspension, solid wheels, and REAL tires right out of the box. Drive train's are consumable anyway after 6-12 months if you ride hard 4-5 days a week. With the $1000 you save from the SLX build, you can thrash it for a year and replace the entire NX drivetrain and brakes with SLX, and still have money left for fresh tires and a suspension rebuild.
  • 6 0
 I'm a proponent of cheaper bikes, even if it means not getting them from a bike shop. Its amazing how many people's first bikes are YTs or Commencals. Props to Ibis for making an affordable bike for someone who wants to support a shop!
  • 2 3
 Not quite. You'll need to at least change your hubs as well which is a right pain and expensive. I don't get why when speccing NX companies don't just upgrade the cassette to GX so at least you get the XD driver. That way, when you go to upgrade your drivetrain you're not stuck with an old standard hub.
  • 2 0
 @Ktron: solid point! that would suck. glad i got a GX bike as I did not know about the hubs before.
  • 2 2
 @Ktron: to be honest, I only have had troubles fitting a GX Cassette to a hope pro 4 hub. It was always wobbling!, I heard that doesnt happen with 1170 cassette.. but that made me think on going away of XD driver as far as possible
  • 4 0
 @Ktron: Just swap out the driver, it shouldn't be very expensive. Those wheels are available with all three popular drivers, I'm sure you can buy just the driver by itself.
  • 7 0
 @Ktron: $60 for an XD freehub. Quick and easy swap, and no need to change out the hubs. These are the same hubs that come on their high end carbon wheels.
  • 1 0
 @mattcooksb: yeah this isnt always known so well. Ibis proved the hub swap so you aren't trapped on the old hub if you buy a cheap model and want to upgrade BUT not get soaked on the price. Freaking Ibis...so good. I do kinda wish the lines were a little sexier. The beer belly drooping tube doesn't do the rest of the bike justice.
  • 13 0
 Been looking at a Banshee Prime as my next steed as I just couldn't stretch to the Ripmo Carbon, looks like I'm going to have to reconsider as this frame with the coil shock is the same price. Nice work @ibiscycles hope you guys sell a ton of them!
  • 6 0
 Banshee have a new bike coming out soon too...but this Ibis looks amazing! So man good bikes on the market right now!
  • 7 1
 You can't bring up Banshee bikes in this conversation...could cause awesomeness overload.
  • 4 0
 I was in the same situation but got one with a gx build from Jenson when they had a sale for $2500. Now I want to compare the two. The Prime is an incredible bike that is kinda unnoticed. Also keeping my eyes peeled at the new bike they are developing.
  • 2 0
 Excellent problem to have. The Prime is a wonderful bike and I bet this Ripmo AF will deliver the goods.
  • 2 0
 I am waiting for the new 160mm 29er from Banshee too... see what the geo looks like but nothing can beat a nice raw banshee frame!! But now Ibis just come with this crazy bike at a good price... damn!! I tried a ripmo and it was climbing like a xc bike but wanted more for the gnarly dh trails and no creaky carbon frame. Now this is alu at a good price + more travel + coil! If complete it even comes with REAL tires + revive dropper post (already got one and I love it).. Seriously, I would prefer a raw Banshee but this is pretty exciting!!!
  • 14 0
 Ibis youre a genius, too bad a just bought a bike but this would definitely my #1 choice
  • 14 0
 I cant remember a bike release where more PB'ers put down their pitchforks and picked up their beers and gave a toast.
  • 14 0
 Best thing on the interwebs today
  • 9 0
 Looks like they saw the success of the Stumpjumper Evo as an alternative to the high end carbon model. World be great if more bike companies would go down that road instead of making ever more expensive carbon ferraris.
  • 8 0
 Alu frame, top spec suspensions and wheels, great geometry and kinematics, cheap drivetrain, complete bikes that cost less than a single carbon frame... why does the bike industry have so many difficulties doing a bike like this???
  • 2 0
 Profit margins, my friend.
  • 12 0
 Nice SLX package there.
  • 5 0
 Indeed it is, good value too.
  • 2 0
 Yep, just need to bump that front rotor up to 203 and it's good to go.
  • 7 0
 I obviously haven't ridden one of these yet, but on paper it looks perfect! You guys are knocking it out of the park with your bikes lately! My wife has a DV9 and that bike is an insane value. props for speccing your bikes so well, at such a killler pricepoint.

Great work guys, thanks for remebering those of us who don't want to drop $8k on a new bike.
  • 7 0
 I'm excited DVO got this contract. I have a Topaz on my Bronson V1 and it really improved the bike. Plus their customer service is some of the best in the industry. I would imagine that Ibis will move a lot of these and hopefully it will push DVO even more into the eye of consumers. They deserve it.
  • 6 1
 So I did the math in buying the nx version and taking off all the crap so basically anything with sram written on it plus the dropper. You turn around and sell everything at half retail for quick sale and you got roughly $380.

Now with that you buy new SLX everything except for the shifter which is xt for the double downshift plus a one up dropper and a set of Magura mt5 from the usual places.

Total - $717 + 60 for microspline freehub

2999 - 777 + 380 = 3396

So $3400 and you got a pretty much identical build as the slx kit from Ibis except for better brakes and no bike yoke. Plus doing it with Ibis is easy since they ship all the build kits separately to the shops so you don't even have to take anything off.
  • 3 0
 Check yo math. Right answer, wrong equation.
  • 8 0
 I like this one better than their carbon bike.
  • 6 0
 Wow. I wish I needed a new bike. Awesome to see a brand like Ibis offering a relatively cheap bike with such solid geo/spec. Well done!
  • 8 0
 aluminum with a shimano build - yes friggin please.
  • 9 1
 DVO AF.
  • 5 1
 Had a chance to try one of their forks recently. Felt perfect and is super tune-able. I'm impressed that a small american company can price it competitively with the big guys, nevermind that you can find their stuff on bikes that don't cost $7K and up.
  • 1 0
 DVO for the win! I'm rolling the Beryl fork and it is awesome for the price. Just as burly as the Diamond but fewer external adjustments.
  • 6 0
 I really hope they are still making this in 7 years when I might be able to afford my next bike
  • 6 0
 Geometry is in the database for comparison purposes...
geometrygeeks.bike/bike/ibis-ripmo-af-2020
  • 1 0
 "We ask that you login after viewing so many bikes, to protect our data from thieving robots."
Then, the values are blurred with css which the robot parsers don't give A F about Smile

PS: Ah, they are randomized, so that one would work - yes.
  • 1 0
 @InfraRed: yes they’re randomised just enough to be credible under that blur Wink
  • 4 1
 @ibiscycles Something seems off on that geometry table. Looking at the size medium, how is the reach supposedly 12mm longer than the carbon Ripmo while the stack, effective seat angle, and top tube length are all exactly the same. Something doesn't add up.
  • 3 0
 Agree. "Maybe" it has something to do with the geo chart on IBIS' site, it has an additional row (new to me) spec stating at what seat height the STA is achieved.
  • 2 0
 @cmedina52: Ah yeah, so essentially they're measuring the seat angle at a more realistic saddle height than a true effective seat angle, which would be measured with the saddle level with the top of the head tube. That could definitely explain it. Thank you.
  • 3 0
 Given the retail price of the complete SLX groupset (drivetrain and brakes for $810), I calculate the value of an NX drivetrain and brakes to be negative $190.

Seems like the best move would be to by the NX option, sell the brakes and drivetrain, and put on SLX if you want it.
  • 2 0
 Though I guess the SLX bike does come with a slightly nicer dropper as well.
  • 2 0
 @MarcusBrody: Yeah, the BikeYoke Revive on the SLX build costs over twice as much (over $200 more) than that entry level KS Rage-i and is widely regarded as one of the best dropper posts currently available.
  • 2 0
 @dlxah: For sure that's part of it. But even if you cut $200 off the price for the dropper, that would still suggest that the NX drivetrain literally cost nothing as the SLX model is price of the NX bike plus buying a new SLX groupset at retail on top of that.

At retail the SLX drivetrain is $410 vs $375 for NX. The Guide Ts would be $210 for a set, plus 75 for rotors (the rotors retail for more, but that's what I find with a quick search). So all in that's ~$660 for the SRAM set up vs. $810 for the whole SLX groupset. So that's $150 cheaper in parts for an $800 retail difference (when assigning $200 of the difference to the dropper). SRAM must have given them a hell of a deal.
  • 5 0
 @MarcusBrody: and/or they are factoring in the Shimano fan factor
  • 4 0
 @MarcusBrody: It's all about entry point. The NX build get's you in the door for $3k and can also compete against consumer direct like YT, Canyon, Commencal, etc. Ibis and bike shops only start making money on SLX and up.
  • 2 0
 Seems like the NX build is a loss leader. They may not be losing money, but I'd bet they are not making very much on it.
  • 5 0
 Other than the brakes, that GX build is nice... Especially since it has good suspension components...
  • 6 0
 I wonder if it is heavy AF?
  • 4 0
 The NX version is, for sure.
  • 35 0
 The Ripmo AF frame with shock is 8.25 lbs. That's 2 lbs heavier than our Carbon Ripmo. It's lighter than some carbon frames out there!
  • 3 0
 @ibiscycles: That's only 1.25lbs heavier than my Carbon Sentinel!

Do you have weights on the full builds?
  • 3 0
 Also want to know this!
  • 3 0
 @SectionThirtyOne: looking like 31.8 for the SLX and GX
  • 5 0
 @Smokee9000: Solid AF! That is lighter than some carbon frame bikes in the category!
  • 1 0
 @Smokee9000: sounds about right, my 18 Ripmo is 29lbs of fun with alloy wheels.
  • 1 0
 @ibiscycles: That's one less trip to Taco Bell this week!
  • 1 0
 8.25 shit!! I was looking at Bronson, Patrol/Sentinelle and Spartan and they were all like 9-10lbs.... I don't know if we must be worried about this low weight as it may not be as strong as other and I don't want to break my frame (I had once and cost me a lot of $$$). Frown

Seriously, if it climbs nearly as well as the carbon one, it will be my next bike! Coil front and rear for smooth descend as well... perfect bike!!
  • 2 0
 @Timo82: Thats mainly because the aluminium Santas and Transitions (and many others) are unecessarily heavy. Those frames are an afterthought and all the engineering effort goes into the carbon versions.
  • 1 0
 @Ttimer: Yeah probably! They want some people to buy it (better than mous)t Some people that are hesitating between those 2,
  • 1 0
 @Ttimer: Sorry I was sleeping while answering yesterday!! loll

So, yeah, that's what I was thinking too. They make them super heavy so people that really don't have enough money will still buy it but people that could spend a bit more, are gonna do it to save nearly 2 pounds!!
  • 4 0
 Congrats to Ibis! Leading the way for other big brands to make bikes more affordable. Great builds and great pricing! Competing w/ the direct to consumer market now.
  • 3 0
 I had the Marin Alpine Trail, Bird Aeris AM9 and MDE Damper 29 (2020) on my hot list.
Then the Privateer 161 came around the corner. And now this lovley machine...
Life gets better and better but also harder to decide.
  • 4 0
 Whenever people ask me how much they need to spend to get a proper mountain bike for Southern California, my new answer will be $2,999. Nice work, Ibis.
  • 4 0
 Well done Ibis! I love how they got their priorities right - suspension over drivetrain! Aluminum frame and modern, but functional geo. Watch and learn bike industry!
  • 2 0
 Well hell, the minor geo changes mean I'm no longer between sizes and the large fits me about perfect. And while I'm not a plastic fantastic hater I do love a quality aluminum frame. Looks like I'm going to have to order one...
  • 2 0
 @ibiscycles Does this mean you have a Shimano Microspline freehub for the Ibis logo hubs? If so, will you be offering the freehub on your website in the future? I'd love to be able to run Shimano 12spd on my current Ibis 938 wheels.
  • 2 0
 Yes. We are offering our Logo Wheels with microspline hubs. We'll have aftermarket parts available this Winter.
  • 3 0
 Just needs some beefier brakes though? I like my Guides, but when I'm juicing it on my own AF bike, the Codes seem worth having on board. Pretty sweet rig otherwise!
  • 4 0
 If those SLX are like their blingy XTR brothers they’ll have plenty of bite on them.
  • 2 2
 Codes baby are the ideal brake for anything outside of straight DH park use (saints prob better there for guys that fly). The new shimano stuff has more power which is nice but compromise on the modulation like old XT's I have. Codes have zero compromises.
  • 1 0
 **new shimanos have more power than older shimanos.
  • 10 7
 @Svinyard: codes have zero compromises, except the compromise of running sram brakes.
  • 4 0
 @blkmrktrider156: the only thing that stays the same is that everything will continue to change. Not all Sram brakes are created equal. I've personally had more issues with my shimano xt m8000 with bite point than either code rsc or guide rsc. (Guides are underpowered for 29er sled). Regardless of reliability, I dont want a brake with less than ideal performance at this price. Too many good options without compromises and good reliability (as far as I know): Dominions, Codes RSC, Trickstuff($$), etc
  • 1 0
 @Svinyard: yea can't forget hope. Made the switch and won't ever go back
  • 3 0
 Found the bike I’m saving for in the spring. This looks so good and I wanted an Ibis already for the dw link. It’s like you read my mind.
  • 3 0
 Wow... $3000 spec looks awesome! There's basically no compromise as far as I can see. They didn't use a dumbed down version of the fork or shock either. Nice!
  • 2 0
 @ibiscycles will the changes on this bike be carried over to the carbon Ripmo? This bike looks awesome but the regular carbon Ripmo with a degree out of the HA and a coil would be amazing.
  • 3 0
 Bikedigger scores Rowdiness Carbon Ripmo - 80 Ripmo AF - 84 SB130 - 82 Nimbleness Carbon Ripmo - 51 Ripmo AF - 49 SB130 - 51
  • 5 0
 Upvote this so my bro, Dave Glass, sees that he needs this bike.
  • 3 0
 often people go for carbon models just because they want a decent build, not the carbon itself. With dvo and slx on a killer frame for 4k, that's solved. Kudos, Ibis.
  • 3 0
 I think what I like most about this bike is that Ibis just flashed a great big 'ol middle finger to the big players in the industry and their $10k wonder-bikes!
  • 1 0
 A few hours later after reading this article, I saw this bike in a
shop. I have an alloy Salsa Bucksaw fattie and was sold on DW link based suspension. If Ibis had slightly better (liwer) standover heights, I’d take a harder look at em.
  • 1 0
 Already in a shop?! They said in september... ???
  • 2 0
 @Timo82: It’s September.
  • 1 0
 @FuzzyL: Oh shit you're right!! Summer went so fast!!! Frown haha I thought it was late september but anyway, yeah we're already mid september so I'll have to go see it at the Ibis dealer!!
  • 1 0
 @ibiscycles What sort of weight difference are you looking at between equivalent frame sizes in carbon and aluminum? I like the new geo. I'm currently on a Carbon Ripmo demo as part of an Ibis/Shop ambassador program. I love it, but was thinking about bumping to 170 and throwing a -0.5 degree headset in. I wouldn't bother slackening the Ripmo AF. Since my demo bike will be sold soon, I need a replacement and this looks sweet. Any thoughts to selling the Ripmo AF with the Fox suspension options currently offered on the carbon bikes?
  • 3 0
 Never thought I could actually own an Ibis till now. Can’t wait to demo at least a carbon one to know why everyone loves Ripmo’s so much.
  • 1 1
 I tried one and it climbs like an xc bike! Not enough travel/plush for me but now with 147mm/coil, it could be a good candidate for some gnarly trails I guess..
  • 2 0
 Shut up and take my money! (Which, in Europe, might actually be a problem, it was with Ibis in the past...)

The (A)Fing bike ticks all the boxes for me. Shimano, DVO with coil, nice modern angles, short chainstays....
  • 1 0
 This will NOT be a great 1 Bike quiver, only because NO Bike will!
However, this bike would make a great 2 Bike Quiver, maybe get this and an Ibis Ripley CF for the other bike.
Looking at the Geo numbers, this is what the Ripmo CF should be. Many people have complained the Ripmo CF's suspension curve is way too regressive, and it's HA not slack enough.

I absolutely Love my Ripmo CF.
I have a 2019 Ripmo CF with XX1 build kit and Fox X2 and Fox Grip2.
To me, my Ripmo comes closest to being a ONE BIKE QUIVER. The Fox X2 with 4 spacers on my Ripmo makes the bike fairly linear at the end of it's stroke (way too regressive with only 1 spacer). 4 spacers makes the bike takes the square big edge hits better. I am only 165 lbs suited up though, and I would not recommend a Ripmo CF as a shredder if you weigh over 175 lbs because I feel at 165, 4 spacers is perfect, if you weigh anymore than that, you will not get the tune you want. However, a Ripmo AF with it's more progressive linkage would be great for the bigger riders!

I want to try a -1 Degree Angleset on my Ripmo CF to take it to 64.9 Degrees (what the Ripmo AF has now), but I am hesitant to only because I don't want to take away from it's MOST AWESOME TRAIL manners. Also, going -1 degree is not crucial for me since I also have a BronsonV3 with X2, and a Scott Gambler DH bike, in case I want to get a little more rowdy. I have cleared technical uphill sections with my Ripmo CF that I have never cleared before, and I want to keep it this way (going -1 degree HA might change all that).

For those of you who are thinking of getting this Ripmo AF, do it! You will not be dissapointed. It's suspension curve must be great since it can work with a coil shock, and Ibis DW-Link Bikes are the most awesome peddlers.
  • 4 3
 Love that they did this but wish they had been more aggressive with the head angle (64-64.5). Something like the Stumpjumper EVO, which I would buy instantly if I could fit a 170+ dropper in.
  • 9 0
 Sounds like you want a Sentinel
  • 3 1
 You can always get an angleset
  • 7 0
 Have you read any reviews of the stumpy evo? Everything I've seen says it's really fast in flow trails, and a bit naff everywhere else. Geometry isn't the full story.
  • 1 0
 @inked-up-metalhead: yep and I've demo'ed one. I liked it a lot and as you mention it does need speed and/or steeps to make it come alive. It's a bit of a specialty bike, but I'm okay with that since it won't be my only bike.
  • 1 0
 Also would have liked a lower BB
  • 1 0
 Maybe the new enduro then? Looks better than the Evo stumpy and addresses some of your concerns. Not cheap though.
  • 1 0
 Just put a 170 or 180 fork...done
  • 1 0
 looks like a great bike. good on you, ibis. the video on their website is great, too. cool to see how rat and loosedog's influence have changed the game. every brand who is smart is taking notice.
  • 1 0
 What size frame is pictured? Cos if its anything but a small then, dammmnnnnn, that's a short seat tube. As someone who likes a slammed seat, and strive for bikes with shorter seat tubes, I whole heartedly approve.
  • 10 0
 Daniel is testing a size medium. Riders on a size small should be able to run a 125mm dropper post. For the Medium - Extra Large, most riders can easily run a 165mm post. Our personal favorite is the 185mm Bike Yoke.
  • 1 0
 That's a medium in the photos.
  • 2 0
 @ibiscycles: bravo. I genuinely commend you, too many companies are stuck in the 00s with seat tube lengths.
  • 16 0
 I'm on a size medium at 178cm tall (5'8"), and I can fit a 200mm PNW Bachelor post with an extra 30mm showing for plenty of adjustment.
  • 3 0
 @JeffWeed: 5'8" is only 172.7 cm.
  • 5 0
 @jwrendenver: Ooops!!! 174cm. About 5'8.5". My bad!
  • 1 0
 Aw man....I wish my Ripmo was AF. I really like the added coil compatibility....A LOT. I just can't get the rear of mine tuned so that it both feels good and doesn't bottom harshly.
  • 1 2
 I wonder if the suspension regression has been altered to be better for coil now?
  • 1 0
 @Svinyard: Uh...yes. It has. It says so above. I wonder if I could sell my carbon Ripmo frame and get an AF. I love coil suspension...
  • 1 0
 @Explodo: very cool. I wonder which sled the EWS guys will ride? I'm guessing this one. Looks sweet...man the HTA are getting slack lol. This thing looks rowdy. You could easily sell your carbon frame man.
  • 1 0
 what shock are you running?
  • 1 0
 @Yetimike2019: Float X2 EVol. On the plus side, I always use all the travel. On the minus side, I always use all the travel.
  • 2 0
 @Svinyard: I did very rough analysis with Linkage X3 using the diagram from the geometry tables. It looks like the slightly regressive mid-to-late stroke has been replaced with slightly progressive mid-stroke and a very progressive "spike" right at the end of the stroke. It looks similar to the V4 Ripley leverage curve and not too far off most of the Evil bikes.

This is probably not 100% accurate though.
  • 2 0
 @JCO: Personal preference. I like regressive mid-to-late stroke on my Mojo3. When I test rode the Ripmo, it felt significantly less poppy and the new Ripley felt significantly more harsh on rock gardens even though the 29er should have make up for the 10mm less travel on the Mojo3. That said, I don't do huge hucks or gaps jumps.
  • 1 0
 @JCO: yeah seems like they dialed up the rowdy meter a few notches (the AF name too). I like it. Wish I could ride one. I also like that the reach isnt massive 510mm+ in XL. I'm 6-4 and its just getting too damn long and the trails aren't any skinnier. If anything I need coaching not a massive wheelbase. If Rude can ride 460mm at his 6ft tank of a frame...then this is more than enough.
  • 1 0
 @Explodo: Maybe a volume spacer or 2 might help out with using all the travel. That's the advantage of air shocks over the more "linear" travel of coil shocks.
  • 1 0
 @Explodo: I found the same thing on the Ripmo when I tested one with the Dpx2 Amazing bike though.
  • 1 0
 @ibiscycles any numbers on progressivity? You seemed to have addressed all of the limitations I had with my Ripmo (Little slacker, more progressive, ...). Curious how different this one really is. Thanks!
  • 2 0
 The bike is cheap like me still it ticks all the boxes for what I like. And if someone ask what I ride?
I ride a Ripped as F.ck bike Wink
  • 2 0
 @ibiscycles very serious contender for my new bike here, especially with the coil option, any clues as to availability and rrp in ozzy dollars?
  • 2 1
 This bike looks pretty cool. Wonder how it will climb as weight being it's enemy on the steep and deep. Serious buyers should also look at the Commencal Meta TR. It's a better time to be a buyer, atleast for now.
  • 2 0
 Even the name is rad.

If only they could've dropped the standover a bit. With a 30" inseam, this is one of the first numbers I look at on a geo chart.
  • 2 1
 unpopular opinion of the day - wagon wheels look awkward as f**k and will always be less agile than a 27.5", or 26". put him on a smaller wheeled bike and see how much more technical his tricks become.
  • 2 0
 I am just one more post to endorse DVO suspension. As good or better than fox/rockshox and the customer service is second to none!
  • 1 1
 IBIS, this is an affordable frame:

www.pinkbike.com/news/privateer-bikes-161-prototype-is-an-aluminium-full-suss-aimed-at-racers---eurobike-2019.html

So if I'm buying a bike, and in one hand I can have a FRAME+FORK, and on the other only the FRAME,

Only some I-BIaS-ome people will chose the latest
  • 1 1
 Buying the complete bike at 3000$ is much worth compared to a frame kit at... 1800$!!!
Also the upper versions are not worth: The shock and the fork are the same on each version, only the brakes and the transmission are upgraded. Commercially awkward I`d say.
  • 4 0
 FnA
  • 3 0
 SLX build awesome AF! Nice work Ibis. Great build, great price.
  • 1 0
 I saw RC testing one in creekside during Crankworx. The raw looks so cool in person, and supposedly they've changed the end stroke leverage ratio from the carbon Ripmo.
  • 2 0
 Well done , checked off a lot of boxes for my next build.Another aluminum bike to add to the list.
  • 2 0
 Nice one!

And no one complaining about that ugly down tube near to bb shared with last gen Yetis Big Grin
  • 4 0
 HD4 AF
  • 1 0
 That would wonderful!!!!
  • 1 0
 *be wonderful. (Damn cell phone) down vote to oblivion.
  • 2 1
 I may have missed it, what wheelsize does it take? If these are 27.5" wheels (or 26") then it seems like a nice low top tube. I like that.
  • 1 0
 I think I missed that as well.
  • 1 0
 I don't think it says if its 29 or 27.5 in the article at all. I guess if we don't know we don't know
  • 2 0
 29er
  • 1 0
 @BigAlfonz just knows.
  • 1 0
 @vinay: Ibis website. Which also says one should not create a Ripmo AF Mullet.
  • 2 0
 @nw-rhb: It’s the Aluminium version of a 29er that has been around in carbon for years - so, this, too, is a 29er.
  • 3 0
 Well done Ibis. Can't wait for the review PB.
  • 2 0
 Well played ibis. I hope it creates havoc on inventory in the best possible way!
  • 3 0
 I actually really like how this looks. I actually really want it
  • 2 0
 This has ruined my day. I just bought the new Reign 29 last week, but I would have bought this in a heartbeat.
  • 2 0
 What model? How are you liking it? Especially the reach?

Dying to find out more as it is also on my maybe list.
  • 1 0
 It also was for me but the alu model I wanted is not available in North America! The cheaper one is good looking but I have to change everything on it except the frame itself... The coil version is really nice but don't like the red! lol This one seems better as we can buy frame only or complete with better spec!
  • 1 2
 This bike will get decently heavy real quick depending on tire choice and build. ( alloy rims/ alloy cranks, dual compound tires, etc)

Another issue I can see is the brakes ... something of this weight and use category should be running a more robust brake ...somewhere I read the bike can accommodate 203 mm rotors... why not spec the bike as such out of the box!
  • 3 0
 You're right! That would be weird. That's why we spec a 203 on the front and a 180mm on the rear. We made a typo on the spec sheet.
  • 1 0
 Ripmo AutoFocus Smile

I was reading a cellphone spec the other day and the camera was listed as 13 MP AF. Took me a second to realize it's Auto Focus.
  • 1 0
 Anybody want to buy a slightly used Banshee Spitfire with a coil. I think I just found my dream bike, and its not even just for dentists.
  • 1 0
 Time to give Ibis another chance me reckons after a creaky plastic frame

DW link is the best I’ve ever tried imho

Vppants be Gone!!
  • 5 2
 Ibis RipBro
  • 1 0
 gaaahhh! bought a ripmo a couple months ago (which I love), but if this had been available def would have gone with the AF
  • 1 0
 Ripmo af or sentinel alloy? Am I Gucci enough to ride an ibis? Questions that need answers...
  • 6 1
 One of them is good at climbing, the other is not.
  • 1 0
 At least it's not a Yeti! Now that's Gucci!!
  • 1 0
 @yzedf: exactly
  • 1 1
 Looks stunning. Would it have been so difficult to add chainstay chips to adjust length? At Xl size the rear appears very short. Aside from that, would ride.
  • 3 1
 Ripmo AF, for the apprentice dentists
  • 2 0
 Such a clean bike like all ibis bikes love there style
  • 2 0
 Holy shit. Well done Ibis!
  • 2 0
 Will a Ripley AF be next? With 130mm rear to kick it up a notch.
  • 3 0
 R.I.P my student wallet.
  • 3 0
 Your move Yeti.
  • 2 0
 Wow, awesome value for 3k. These things are gonna sell like crazy.
  • 2 0
 i wish they could do away with that semi melted top tube look
  • 1 0
 Looks nice, the big question has to be is SLX and a better dropper worth $1,000 over full NX?
  • 1 0
 damn, this is my next bike. SLX build kit is awesome. This this as rad af and ticks all the boxes. Hell yeah
  • 1 0
 "It’s a park rat’s trail bike or a skateboarder’s enduro bike" cit B**es.com..............skateduro, no comment lol
  • 1 0
 dope ride. No silk ti by any means but dope af. God bless ibis bicycles.
  • 1 0
 Go check out Vital, the launch video shows some suck urban skills, no fancy weird horror movie type theme, just solid riding
  • 1 0
 I'd like to test ride this hog.
  • 2 0
 Great looking bike Ibis.
  • 2 0
 wow! well played ibiss
  • 1 0
 Fantastic Bike. Well Done!
  • 2 0
 That’s metal as f*ck!
  • 1 0
 Nice work Ibis. The SLX spec in particular looks rad
  • 1 0
 Tuned for DVO coil shock only? Or can it run others?
  • 1 0
 It comes Stock with an air shock, and the website says it works with clevis compatible coil shocks, they mention CaneCreek, EXT and Rockshox...
  • 1 0
 @FuzzyL: Nice. Thanks. The article pointed to the DVO coil - as if it had some specific tune or spring for the AF.
  • 1 0
 @jimeg: Indeed it sounds as if they get the DVO with a special tune, but I think with highly adjustable shocks like the Canecreek or EXT it shouldn’t be much of a problem to replicate that.
  • 1 0
 We're shipping the Ripmo AF with either an air or coil shock. The coil is a $100 upgrade free. You can run any clevis compatible coil shock. Brands which offer compatible shocks include Cane Creek, EXT, and RockShox. We recommend double checking clevis compatibility with the suspension manufacturer before placing an order.
  • 1 0
 Weight on frame with the air or with the coil?
  • 2 0
 Idk, but I weighed a complete large nx at 33.9lbs
  • 1 0
 thanks
  • 2 1
 Does it come with STFU preinstalled?
  • 1 0
 Now bring on the aluminium Ripley also..!!
  • 2 0
 Santa Cruz beware
  • 2 1
 This kinda looks like an NS bikes Nerd
  • 6 6
 Can we stop with the bottom bracket drop measurement? What’s the actual bb height?
  • 1 1
 It's Ibis so the height will be low. The one thing I don't like about all their bikes.
  • 1 0
 BB height is provided on the Ibis website is 341 with 2.6 tires which is low but not extremely low like the new Stumpjumper Evo 29 alloy. Bb drop is 30.
  • 1 0
 what he said
  • 1 0
 Please make more mid range bikes at competitive prices.
  • 1 0
 nice, i hope this Ibis is Affluent with its Functionality
  • 1 0
 how does the rear shock handle for a guy that is 220# + ?
  • 1 0
 Sick!
  • 1 0
 Looks like a great bike.
  • 1 0
 EvomoreRipmo AF
  • 1 1
 Pools line a 2004 bighit.
  • 1 2
 Hmmm I wonder if it’s as flexy as their carbon models.....
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