Ibis Ripmo Review – Flow Mountain Bike

Big travel minus the downsides of a big bike? That might be too good to be true, though the new Ibis RipMo hides its size so well we found it enjoyable to ride all day and tackle the climbs a lot more than other bikes this size. Hear our thoughts on the bike here.

Comments

Simonas Dailidė says:

Nice trip!

mjs1231 says:

Lol 1. The song must never be used again.
2. Convert to 27.5 with a 170 fork to offset the bb height.
3. Stop dating ur cousin.

Rowan Ashworth says:

Yeah the bin chicken!

daveandmerlin says:

Nice review but I have a question about the Fork ….ive got that Fork on my Orange Stage 6 and I really dont like the feel of it . Ive got the correct pressure and regularly bottom it out and my hands take a beating as it feels abit harsh . Would you recommend some tokens ?

Tina Kuhns says:

That price for a GX drivetrain/deore brakes/grip damper?! And there doesn’t look to be any seal on the cable housing ports to keep out mud and grit.

Kevin O'Neill says:

What do you mean by “there’s no provision to run the rear brakes on the left hand side”? What prevents you swapping the cables?

simmoD says:

Yaaay!!! Mick!!!

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