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Ibis DV9
$3,900.00
The DV9 is our lightweight carbon do-anything, go-anywhere hardtail. With down-country geometry and massive tire clearance, you can rip a training loop Friday, race Saturday, and roost Sunday. THE WHY The great­est gifts aren’t bought, they’re built. That’s the sto­ry behind our car­bon hard­tail, the DV9. Inspired by his high school XC rac­ing daugh­ter, Lili Heim, Ibis Part­ner and CEO Hans Heim set out to build a bike that could own race day, devour sin­gle­track, explore the back­coun­try, and it had to be afford­able enough that she could pay for it with a sum­mer job. GEOMETRY Com­pared to our pre­vi­ous hard­tail, the reach on the DV9 has grown by 20?–?24mm depend­ing on size. We also slack­ened the head tube to 67.4° with a 120mm fork and 68.5° with a 100mm fork. These num­bers give the bike a con­fi­dent feel at speed, with­out com­pro­mis­ing light, and crisp handling. VERSATILITY Race tape, root fest, or both. Your choice. You can line up for race day in con­fi­dence with a 100mm Fox Step­cast fork w/?remote lock­out and 2.25” fast guy tires. Or, shralp past your bud­dies on their full sus­pen­sion rigs with a 120mm Fox Rhythm 34 and physics-defy­ing 2.6” tires. TIRE CLEARANCE Whether you pre­fer the cushy and con­fi­dent ride that 2.6” tires deliv­er or the blaz­ing speed of weight-con­scious 2.25” rub­ber, we’ve got you covered. DV9 The DV in the name stands for devel­op­ment, because this is a bike you can grow with. Whether you’ve got race day aspi­ra­tions or are just out there enjoy­ing the ride.
Ibis Hakka MX
$3,400.00 - $5,200.00
The Hakka MX is our answer to the Swiss Army Knife. It’s the bike we’d choose if, heaven forbid, we could only have one bike. The Hakka MX is a gravel bike. It’s also a cross bike and a road bike. We’ve logged a few bike packing trips on the Hakka too. You can outfit the bike with 27.5 mountain bike wheels, where it’ll accept up to a 2.1” tire. In 700c mode, it’ll accommodate very nicely tires from 23c to over 40c. With the hydraulic brakes being so good on CX/road/gravel bikes now, coupled with the ability to run big-volume big-traction tires, this bike is a total blast on dirt (especially fast flowing singletrack).
Ibis Ripmo V2
$5,500.00 - $7,360.00
What if we took everybody’s favorite bike and made it a little slacker and little longer? Hell, what if we made it more progressive and coil compatible? And that’s exactly what we did for the Ripmo V2. Active ingredients include: 29” wheels, berm-defying cornering tendencies, and a love for long rides. GEOMETRY The Rip­mo and Rip­mo AF share the same steep, 76-degree seat tube angle and a rangy but not stratos­pher­ic reach, which places rid­ers cen­tral­ly over the ped­als. It makes for an effi­cient posi­tion that can go the long haul. The slack 64.9 head­tube angle and 44mm reduced-off set fork doesn’t wan­der while climb­ing, and doesn’t hold you back descend­ing. It works?—?all day up, all day down, all day in between. TRACTION TUNE Our cus­tom tuned front and rear sus­pen­sion fea­ture extra light high speed com­pres­sion and rebound damp­ing to deliv­er unpar­al­leled trac­tion. This allows the wheels to flut­ter through ter­rain like a tro­phy truck storm­ing through a set of whoops. To learn more about our Trac­tion Tune phi­los­o­phy, click here. COIL COMPATIBLE The Rip­mo V2 is com­pat­i­ble with both coil and air shocks due to a more pro­gres­sive lever­age rate. On the trail, it gives the sus­pen­sion a sup­ple feel through out the entire­ty of the stroke, enhanc­ing trac­tion no mat­ter how deep you dig. DROPPER POST CLEARANCE Mo’ drop­per, mo’ bet­ter. On small frames, you can run 125?–?150mm, pend­ing your pref­er­ence and inseam length. On medi­um, large and extra large, a 160mm?—?or, why not run a 185mm? Our short­er seat-tube lengths and low stan­dovers allow you to choose your size based on your reach preference. TIRE CLEARANCE You can run over­built, chunky tires; you can run light, big vol­ume fast tires, but what­ev­er you run, know that you’re not lim­it­ed by width. BUSHINGS Tired of hit­ting ?“pur­chase” on anoth­er set of bear­ings each sea­son? So were we. That’s why we use bush­ings where they make sense, and bear­ings where they don’t. The IGUS bush­ings in our low­er link are lighter, stiffer, and vir­tu­al­ly main­te­nance free. We believe so strong­ly in them, we back them with a free life­time replacement. LIGHTWEIGHT PREMIUM CARBON FOR EVERYONE All our bikes are built from the high­est grade mate­ri­als and opti­mized for the best strength, weight, stiff ness, and ride per­for­mance?—?no mat­ter how much you spend. The Rip­mo weighs a svelte 6.25 lbs with a DPX2 shock and com­plete builds start at 28 lbs. INTERNAL CABLE ROUTING Bikes that look pret­ty on the out­side, should look pret­ty on the inside. We use car­bon fiber tubes mold­ed with­in each frame. Push the cable in, watch it pop out, a beau­ti­ful moment indeed. REMOVABLE ISCG MOUNT So, you’re too fast for nar­row-wide chain reten­tion on its own? Chal­lenge accept­ed. Our remov­able ISCG tabs allow shred­ders to bolt on a chain guide, while the rest of us can shave grams. PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT A poly­car­bon­ate down­tube pro­tec­tor deflects debris, while mold­ed rub­ber swing arm pro­tec­tors keep things qui­et and clean. And our sim­ple-yet-ele­gant link­age pro­tec­tors stop mud and rocks thrown by the tire, keep­ing your beau­ti­ful bike beautiful.
FSA ISIS Crankarms
$28.99
FSA ISIS eBike replacement crankarms.
FSA ISIS Bottom Bracket Tools
$29.99
- Fits over ISIS spindle end, extra deep for longer spindles - Compatible with internally splined bottom bracket cups (i.e. all Race Face ISIS, all FSA ISIS, most Shimano)
FSA Platinum ISIS Bottom Bracket
$50.99 - $59.99
ISIS revolutionized bottom bracket spindles. Keep yours spinning smoothly with this Platinum ISIS Bottom Bracket from FSA. - Forged, hollow chromoly spindle with titanium nitride coating - Integrated, large ball bearing design - Cold-forged aluminum cups - Includes crank bolts
Park Tool Crank Puller (Octalink / Isis)
$16.00
Park's Crank Puller is for removing crankarms on Shimano's splined, oversize, pipe-billet bottom brackets. It employs a long handle and a fine thread for the leverage and torque needed to remove tight arms. Park's unique rotating tip ensures smooth operation and long life. (The CCP-44 does not fit standard square or tapered bottom brackets.)
Park Tool Bottom Bracket Tool (Octalink / Isis)
$17.95
Park's BBT-18 is a heavy duty, investment cast tool for installing and removing all Shimano, ISIS Drive, and ISIS Overdrive 8-notch bottom bracket cups.
Race Face SRX ISIS Bottom Bracket
$38.00
Race Face SRX ISIS bottom brackets feature 6061-T6 aluminum cups, high-pressure axle seals, adjustable chainline and M15 spindles. • Features 6061-T6 aluminum cups, high-pressure axle seals, adjustable chainline and M15 spindles • Requires ISIS installation tool
Wheels Manufacturing Inc. Derailleur Hanger 316
$46.60
All Wheels Mfg. replacement derailleur hangers are produced in Colorado to exacting tolerances. - Replaces Ibis Part #HANG-142 - Re-use your existing bolt (fastener not included) - CNC machined 6061 aluminum - Black anodized finish
Velo Orange Cigne Stem
$95.00
Velo Orange Cigne Stem gets its name from the French word for swan. The shape is inspired by the old gooseneck LD stems by Ibis and Cunningham, but with a few accommodations for modern bike needs. 1 1/8" threadless and 31.8mm handlebar clamp with a removable faceplate. With 145mm of vertical height from the base of the stem to the center of the clamp, it's pretty useful for getting your handlebars up high without using a ton of spacers. - Star-nut should be approximately 1cm from the top of the steerer tube - Minimum 55mm of steer tube required - Not compatible with carbon steerer tubes - No top cap needed. Stem includes tension bolt
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