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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Ibis Ripmo. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
17 reasons to buy
- The Ibis Ripmo’s frame is available in aluminum and carbon. The aluminum build of the Ripmo is referred to as the Ripmo AF.
- The bike’s frame comes with a seven-year warranty.
- The Ripmo is available in sizes small through XL. Ibis has sizes of the Ripmo for individuals 5’ through 6’6” available.
- Experts were impressed with the stock DVO shock and fork on the Ripmo.
- DW-link suspension is superb, according to experts, especially on the descents.
- The Ibis Ripmo is comfortable and efficient at transferring power when pedaling in a seated position.
- The bike has a great climbing platform. Most experts found they rarely had to use the climb mode on the shock and that the front wheel did not wander.
- The bike is easy to handle at low speeds. The long wheelbase provides riders with excellent control and stability.
- The long wheelbase, long reach and short seat tube length allow riders to get low and descend stably on downhills.
- The rider is positioned centrally in a comfortable riding position due to the steep seat tube angle on the bike.
- The Maxxis Assagai tires provide riders with excellent traction over sandy trails and loose dirt.
- The bike is coil shock compatible.
- Ibis offers riders a lifetime warranty on the igus bushings found on the DW-link suspension.
- Experts found the WTB Silverado seat and Lizard Skin grips on the bike are comfortable.
- There is space for a water bottle on the Ibis Ripmo.
- The threaded bottom bracket on the Ripmo is easy to maintain.
- According to experts, the Ripmo is versatile. It is capable of taking on everything from all day rides in the backcountry to a mix of enduro rides.
2 reasons not to buy
- Experts found the brakes were not as responsive on the lower end builds of the Ripmo. They suggested upgrading this component.
- Pedal strikes are not uncommon on the Ibis Ripmo.
Expert Reviews83/100 based on 2 rated expert reviews
Ibis Ripmo V2 XT 2020 Review
The Ibis Ripmo was updated for 2020, and the V2 is indeed an improvement over the original. The primary changes, including a degree slacker head tube angle, a longer wheelbase, and a more progressive suspension curve may seem subtle, but the result is an even more well-rounded ride with enhanced composure on descents and improved stability at speed.
Bible Review: Ibis Ripmo GX
The first attribute testers noticed is the Ripmo’s lightning-quick acceleration. It tears off the line like a 100-meter-dash Olympian when the gun fires, and proceeds to move nothing like you’d expect from a long-travel 29er, proving that the category’s Cadillac days are over.
First Ride: The New Ibis Ripmo V2 is Carbon AF
The Ripmo V2 addresses the two main requests I had when I reviewed the original back in 2018. The slacker head angle and increased progression are exactly what I thought it needed to push it a little deeper into that all-mountain / enduro category.
Charging Through Sedona on the Ibis Ripmo V2 [Test Ride Review]
The Ibis Ripmo V2 impressed me in a number of ways during my short time with the bike. The traction over anything loose is as good as it gets, and the efficient and sprite DW-Link rear suspension makes the Ripmo ready for long, all-mountain slogs in the saddle.
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