Ripley LS Gen 3 NX Ex Rental Bike - LG - 2019
Ripley LS Gen 3 NX Ex Rental Bike - LG - 2019 Ripley LS Gen 3 NX Ex Rental Bike - LG - 2019


Ripley LS Gen 3 NX Ex Rental Bike - LG - 2019

$4,200.00 $2,999.00

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Please allow up to four business days for shipping.
This conservative time estimate allows our service department to fully check through the bike and make sure everything is built and adjusted to manufacturer's specifications before shipping.

This bike was part of Fanatik's rental program. It may have slight blemishes but is in excellent mechanical condition, and has been professionally maintained. Photos on this page show the actual bike being sold, in its current condition.

This is the Ripley LS in it's third generation. The Ripley continues on it's successful path to trail bike nirvana. The Ripley LS keeps its name but features a couple of important updates. As tires continue to evolve, we are seeing more and more options for sizing, and Ibis saw the need to allow riders this option on the Ripley LS. As you can probably guess, the new Ripley LS is compatible with 29" tires up to 2.6". The Gen 3 frame also got a revamped main-pivot eccentrics. On the Generation 1 and 2 Ripley, Ibis maintained compatibility with the increasingly rare 3X chainrings. Maintaining that clearance meant they had to use a slightly narrower upper eccentric. Now that there are ultra-wide ratio cassettes from Shimano and SRAM, Ibis decided that sacrificing 3X compatibility was a good trade-off for increased stiffness of the rear end of the bike. The upper eccentric on the Gen 3 is now the same as the lower, gaining more stiffness in the process. Other than these changes, the Gen 3 Ripley LS shares the same geometry, travel, and main-frame as the previous Ripley LS, but of course, it's available in a couple new sweet colors.

The Ripley LS (stands for Long / Slack) has  won over the hearts of many mountain bikers out there, including a few of us here at Fanatik. We highly recommend checking out our review on the last Ripley LS, as much of it still pertains to the Gen 3 Ripley LS. It is simply a damn fine trail bike in nearly every regard. The Ripley LS is the trail bike that you can pedal for miles on end, and still have a blast on more technical descents. Toss a set of 2.6" tires on it, and you've got a 29'er with more traction than you'll know what to do with.

Other details of the Ripley LS include a threaded 73mm bottom bracket shell, ported internal cable routing, and 12x148mm Boost rear dropout spacing. 


    Frame Material: Carbon
    Wheel Size: 29"
    Rear Axle Standard: 12x148mm Boost
    Rear Shock: Float DPS 3 Pos-Adj EVOL
    Rear Shock Size: 184mm x 44mm
    Rear Shock Hardware: 8mm x 22.2mm Top / Open Eyelet Bottom
    Rear Suspension Travel: 120mm
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Headset Standard: ZS44mm/ZS56mm
    Fork: Fox 34 Performance Elite FIT4 EVOL
    Fork Axle: 15x110mm Boost
    Wheelset: DT Swiss M1700 Spline 30 Wheelset
    Tires: Schwalbe Nobby Nic (Front) / Schwalbe Hans Dampf (Rear)
    Crankset: SRAM NX 32T
    Chainguide Tabs: ISCG '05 3-Bolt
    Bottom Bracket: SRAM DUB
    BB Standard: 73mm BSA
    Chain: SRAM NX Eagle
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM NX 12sp
    Cassette: SRAM NX Eagle 10/50T
    Seatpost: KS Lev Si Dropper Post
    Seat Post Diameter: 31.6mm
    Seat Post Clamp: Bolt-On Ibis
    Seat Post Clamp Diameter: 34.9mm
    Seat: Ibis Saddle
    Shifters: SRAM Eagle NX 12sp
    Handlebar: Race Face Respond
    Stem: Ibis Stem
    Grips: Ibis Lizard Skins Grips
    Brakes: SRAM Level
    Water Bottle Cage Mounts: One
    Intended Use: Trail/AM

    Specs subject to change without notice due to manufacturer availability


    mm / inches

    With 130mm Fork (537mm Axle-to-Crown)

    Size Large
    Seat Tube 470
    Top Tube 619
    Reach 428
    BB Height 330
    Head Angle 67.5
    Seat Angle 73
    Standover 740
    Chainstay 444
    Head Tube 102
    Wheelbase 1167
    Trail 97
    Stack 625
    Max Seatpost Insertion 200


    cm / ft

    Size Large
    Rider Height (cm) 175 - 188

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