Ibis Ripley Custom with Kingnate collins
Enjoy some photos of another Ibis Ripley Custom with King Components before it heads to it’s new home.
This build features orange highlights from the leading manufacturers in MTB. Chris King, OneUp Components, Wolf Tooth, Race Face.
Dialing in a cockpit balances your needs and fit to the bike’s personality. This cockpit features Race Face Turbine-R stem, SixC handlebars, Lizard Skins Grips, Wolf Tooth Light Action remote with Magura MT7 brakes.
Ibis Ripley Custom with King Components
Store your multi-tool and CO2 in your fork’s steerer with OneUp Components kit.
The limited edition Orange Wolf Tooth Components Light Action remote is a great touch on this build. The Light Action as well as standard Wolf Tooth Remote allow the cable to end at the lever substantially speeding installation of a dropper post.
The C is silent… Race Face’s SixC bars are pretty sick… The SixC is a stock 820mm and can be a bit stiff for some trail riders. The Race Face Next-R as well as Renthal Fatbar options are popular go to’s as well.
I’m not sure that you can ever, ever go wrong with Chris King components. For a lot of riders Magura brakes fall into the same category.
This bike features Magura MT7 brakes which provide a tremendous balance of power and modulation. This allows riders to comfortably apply power to the brakes without the “on-off” feel suffered by some systems.
Ready to spec your dream Ibis Ripley? Jump over to BikeCo’s Ibis Ripley Custom Complete Builder to spec your bike tip to tail. Or check out the factory Ibis Builds to get some ideas.