120MM OF WONDER.
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, 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.
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).
IBIS MOJO 3
GO ANYWHERE. DO ANYTHING.
You could call it the baby brother to the Mojo HD3 or the successor to the Mojo SL/SL-R. Either way, it’s a good thing, and maybe it's our most versatile trailbike ever.
OUR MOST VERSATILE BIKE, THE TRANNY 29, JUST GOT A LOT MORE VERSATILE.
The Trans-Fat falls into the category of a very sporty fat bike. We use 4” tires on the Trans-Fat, which are considerably lighter and livelier than the 5” tires found on many fat bikes. We want the Trans-Fat to be responsive and fun, whether on sand, snow or dirt.
LIGHTWEIGHT & VERSATILE
At Ibis we try to make bikes that are versatile, bikes that blur the lines between categories, bikes that create fun in a multitude of settings. That’s what it’s all about, right, having fun?
Bikes don’t get a lot more versatile (or fun) than the Tranny 29.
THE HAKKALÜGI, WHILE TECHNICALLY A CYCLOCROSS BIKE, HAS ALWAYS BEEN MUCH MORE.
Our original Hakkalügi cyclocross frame (current holder of the 2012 UCI rainbow stripes in the Masters 45 category) now has a sibling, the Hakkalügi Disc. The frame is all new and utilizes all of the latest technologies in componentry and carbon manufacturing.