ACT SOLD Ibis Ripmo AF. Large.

damo666

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ITEM: 2020 Ibis Ripmo AF
REASON FOR SALE: Went to the dark side(ebike). Told myself I’d still ride this….
DETAILS:
  • Large size. 29er wheels.
  • 170mm Rockshox Lyrik fork.
  • DVO Topaz T3 rear shock (143mm travel)
  • SRAM Guide RS brakes w/ 200mm discs.
  • Shimano XT 12sp drivetrain w/10-52tooth Eagle cassette.
  • Rental Fatbar Alloy 800mm wide handlebars w/ Truvative Holzfeller 50mm stem.
  • SRAM X1 Alloy cranks w/32t chainring.
  • Light bicycle Carbon enduro wheel set. 30mm internal width, w/ Hope Pro 4 hubs.
  • Maxxis Minion DHF & Dissector tyres (2.5 Exo+ front /2.4 DD rear).
  • 150mm BrandX Ascend Dropper post.
  • Frame protection used since new, with additional Kona downtube protector added.
  • Weighs 15.5kg.
LOCATION: Canberra. Happy to box up for serious buyer.

PRICE: $3900 ono.







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damo666

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Hey @Litenbror.
I’m 178cm and find it good,the Ibis size chart recommends the Large from 173-185cm.

The reach is 475mm, so not stupidly long like some!


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damo666

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Bump and price drop.

$5200 ono. Possibly negotiable a bit further with some of the carbon and/or drivetrain bits swapped out!
Have a bike box and can assist with freight for interstate peeps.

Fuggen lot of bike at that price...
 

damo666

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OK configuration on this updated with some other bits I had in the shed, updates in parts list on first post.

$4200 ono. Find a cheaper 1 year old Enduro bike!
 

Litenbror

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Someone please buy this. Otherwise can I buy it and then swap it for a short travel trail bike? Anyone need more travel than their current aluminium cough downcountry cough or trail bike has and wants to swap for an amazing enduro rig?
 

Freediver

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So it's about 6 1/2 hours to Canberra and I've not been there as an adult, Bright is on the way home, I've got all the time in the world ATM but it's just more bike than I've got the skills for.
Somebody buy this thing so I can regret not buying it rather than regret buying something I can't really utilise to its potential and feeling just a little silly.
 

Mattyp

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So it's about 6 1/2 hours to Canberra and I've not been there as an adult, Bright is on the way home, I've got all the time in the world ATM but it's just more bike than I've got the skills for.
Somebody buy this thing so I can regret not buying it rather than regret buying something I can't really utilise to its potential and feeling just a little silly.
I dare say you would not be the first person to own a bike they can't utilise to its full potential..
Do it!
 

damo666

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I may also add I have a bike box ready to go….and post is covered by me


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yuley95

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So it's about 6 1/2 hours to Canberra and I've not been there as an adult, Bright is on the way home, I've got all the time in the world ATM but it's just more bike than I've got the skills for.
Somebody buy this thing so I can regret not buying it rather than regret buying something I can't really utilise to its potential and feeling just a little silly.
I was just at Bright last week. Running mint. This is the perfect bike for it. They are running shuttles every day of the week over school holidays and the best way to bump up your skills is to do shuttles for a day or two…
 

shiny

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So it's about 6 1/2 hours to Canberra and I've not been there as an adult, Bright is on the way home, I've got all the time in the world ATM but it's just more bike than I've got the skills for.
Somebody buy this thing so I can regret not buying it rather than regret buying something I can't really utilise to its potential and feeling just a little silly.
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