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Custom Ibis Ripmo – XX1, King, Nox

5 6 19 Fullsize Ibis RIpmo King Nox 1

Enjoy some pics of another banging Custom Ibis Ripmo before it heads home!

Ibis Ripmo rear triangle detail with XX1 Gold and Next R carbon cranks.

Custom Ibis Ripmo

XX1 Eagle Gold. The Ripmo’s black and olive colorway is set off with the added flair of the SRAM system. Looking for an absolute class leader in carbon cranks? Check out the Race Face Next-R option. Light and stiff. This build features the Wolf Tooth GnarWolf guide – it does require some additional machining to mount to the Ripmo.

Balancing speed and traction this build features a Maxxis Aggressor 2.5 WT tire mounted to Nox Kitsuma rim in the rear.

 

Detail image of Chris King matte slate hubs mounted to NOX carbon rims with Hope brakes.

 

The front wheel features the most popular front tire in MTB: the Maxxis Minion DHF 3C 2.5″ WT. Factory Float 36 Grip2 fork with a BikeCo Pro Tune provides personalized performance with improved small bump compliance.

Hope Tech3 E4 4 piston brakes provide plenty of stopping power in even the steepest terrain.

 

Ergon saddle, Fox Transfer Factory adjustable seatpost on Ibis Ripmo

Ergon provides comfortable contact points for your riding. The Factory Transfer post offers confident performance and provides a nice match to the Factory X2 rear shock as well as 36 Grip2 fork.

 

Cockpit detail of custom Ibis Ripmo build. Chris King matte slate headset with raceface carbon bars and ergon grips.

Chris King headset ties the Race Face cockpit to the frame. Minimize the stresses on your carbon fiber frame with a Chris King headset designed to last the lifetime of the bike.

 


 

In the market for a custom banger? BikeCo has the best spec, setup, tune and pricing in MTB. We also have interactive builders to help you dial in your dream build.

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