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May 15, 2017 at 14:21May 15, 2017
For sale is a Ibis Carbon Mojo in a size small / 15". Full Shimano XT components and wheelset. Easton carbon bars and seatpost. Bike weight is 25.5 lbs without pedals. Bike was totally overhauled at Sunnyside Sports, both shocks serviced, chain replaced and new Schwalbe tires put on about a year ago which cost $375. The bike has seen very few rides since then. First $975 takes it home. Actual shipping costs not included.
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May 15, 2017 at 14:13May 15, 2017
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May 7, 2017 at 20:48May 7, 2017
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May 7, 2017 at 19:58May 7, 2017
May 7, 2017 at 19:53May 7, 2017
For sale is a 2016 Ibis Ripley LS in size XL. Retail was $6900. First $3500 cash takes it plus shipping if necessary. Bought this bike from Sunnyside Sports in Bend, Oregon last March and rode it probably 25 times though September. Amazing climber and great descender. Size XL is recommended for someone 6'0 to 6'6" tall. Components are Sram XO 1x with 30 and 28 tooth chainrings included. Upgraded Race Face Next Carbon crank. Sram Guide Brake set Ibis carbon bars, Thomson Stem, KS Lev Integra dropper post, upgraded WTB Silverado saddle (stock Ibis saddle included as well), Easton ARC 30 Wheelset, I'll include the Crank Bros Candy 7 pedals for an extra $75 if interested. Bike has some scratches on the rear triangle (see photos) but is in otherwise like new condition. THE RIPLEY AND RIPLEY LS For many of us working at Ibis, the Ripley has been our favorite bike since the day it came out. And indeed, if you look at the reviews (preserved from the original Ripley below), you'll see that we weren't alone. Still, riding styles and components are constantly evolving so we updated it to add to its already amazing versatility. WHAT'S NEW IN THE NEW RIPLEY Two geometry options: The nimble geometry of the original or a new school long and slack version called the Ripley LS Internal cable routing using our flexible and easy to setup port system Increased tire clearance Threaded bottom bracket Seat mast lowered by 1/2" to accommodate today's longer droppers Boost 148mm x 12mm Shimano through axle Stiffer eccentric cores New rubber molded chainstay and seatstay protection Two new colors (let's call them "Tang" and "Black") FEATURES 120mm rear wheel dw-link travel Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm 5.5 Pound frame* with Fox FLOAT DPS EVOL Approved for 120-140mm forks, 51mm rake is STRONGLY recommended Tapered head tube (suitable for various Cane Creeks & Chris King InSet 3) Shock Specs: Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat 184mm x 44mm Provision for internal cable-actuated or hydraulic adjustable seat posts Post mount rear brake mounts Shimano side swing front derailleur compatible. * Frame weight is for a medium black with shock but without seat collar, rear axle, or water bottle bolts ABOUT THE NEW RIPLEY In June of 2015 we introduced a fairly major update to the Ripley. We say fairly major because it involved cutting all new molds for the main triangle and heavily modifying the swingarm molds. We also added a second geometry option with a longer top tube and slacker head tube, that's called the Ripley LS. The new Ripley update incorporates changes Ripley owners have been asking for. People were using the bike for much more aggressive riding than its original intention. Because of the phenomenal dw-link suspension and 29er traction, enduro racers found they were faster than on more traditional enduro bikes on just about any terrain short of a ski slope. Then there's the confidence-inspiring Ibis 941 wheels that we introduced in 2014, a game changer as far as traction and control go. That combined with huge improvements to mid travel forks and shocks that allowed people to go much faster required some addressing. So here's what we've done: NEW! LONGER AND SLACKER GEOMETRY OPTION The Ripley is now available in two geometry configurations. The Ripley LS features a 15mm longer top tube and is available in Medium, Large and XL sizes, and the LS also features a slack 67.5 degree head angle. This allows for shorter stems and adds stability at speed. The second geometry iteration is identical to the original Ripley. So the original nimble handling geometry that redefined how a 29er could corner is still available (in medium and large sizes).
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May 2, 2017 at 18:28May 2, 2017
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May 2, 2017 at 18:15May 2, 2017
May 2, 2017 at 18:12May 2, 2017
For sale is a pair of Canfield Bros Crampon Ultimate Pedals - Color Black - New in the box. Retail is $150. $100 and I'll cover the shipping.