Adventure Inc adds Ibis Cycles

Adventure Inc recently announced their appointment as exclusive distributors for Ibis Cycles in South Africa, venturing further into the cycling market and adding to the premium sports and outdoor brands already in their stable. The current growth strategy of Adventure Inc takes the stable to a total of 20 sports and outdoor brands, each specifically selected to support the evolution of the South African market.

Adventure Inc has a proud heritage of excellence in distributing brands such as Buff®, Osprey and Sea to Summit and have more recently added brands like Muc-Off, that now all enjoy the benefits of their well-established warehousing, sales, service, marketing and distribution efforts

 

With this infrastructure behind Ibis in South Africa, consumers will benefit from ease of product access and solid back up service.

 

There are three Ibis models currently available in South Africa, and all three have a Try / Buy backing through a select dealer network. The range includes the 3rd generation iconic Ripley LS 29er, the Mojo 3 and the Mojo HD4.

 

Ripley Gen 3


Generation 3 long and slack 29" trail bike with DW-link kinematics, 120mm rear travel and 130mm front fork.

 

Ibis Ripley 29.png

  • 120mm rear wheel travel with DW-link kinematics
  • Added clearance for Maxxis 2.5 WT and Schwalbe 2.6 tyres and wider rims
  • Accommodates 1x or 2X Shimano side swing or 2 Di2 front derailleurs
  • Carbon fibre monocoque frame and swingarm
  • Boost 148 rear
  • Approved for 130-140mm Travel forks
  • 2.67 kg frame and shock (*medium frame + shock. excl seat collar, rear axle, rock guard, water bottle bolts)
  • Provision for internal cable-actuated or hydraulic adjustable seat posts
  • Tapered head tube (suitable for various Cane Creeks & Chris King InSet 3)
More information and geometry details available here.

 

Mojo 3


Highly versatile trail bike, featuring a low, long, slack geometry, extremely short chainstays and latest generation DW-link.

 

Ibis Mojo 3.png

  • 130 mm rear wheel travel with DW-link 5 kinematics
  • 27.5 B+ compatible with Schwalbe or Maxxis 2.8” tyres in 425mm chainstays
  • 1X or 2X with a removable direct mount front derailleur mount that gives a clean 1X look
  • Carbon fibre monocoque frame and swingarm
  • Boost 148 rear / 110 front
  • 140mm Travel fork
  • 2.49 kg frame and shock (*medium frame + shock. excl seat collar, rear axle, rock guard, water bottle bolts)
  • Super versatile internal cable routing including internal dropper routing
  • Fox Factory FLOAT DPS shock with EVOL Sleeve and Kashima Coat, 7.875" x 2.00"
More information and geometry details available here.

 

Mojo HD4


Redesigned Mojo geometry offering stiffer upper and lower links and increased reach for optimum stability and speed.

 

Ibis Mojo HD4.png

  • 153mm rear wheel travel with DW-link 5 kinematics
  • Accepts 27.5" tires in 2.3", 2.5", 2.6 and 2.8" Plus size
  • Front Derailleur: Direct Mount
  • Refined carbon layup featuring 30% stiffer upper link and 40% stiffer lower link
  • Boost 148mm rear /110 Front
  • 160mm Travel fork recommended, approved for 170mm
  • 2.98 Kg Frame and shock (*medium frame + shock. excl seat collar, rear axle, rock guard, water bottle bolts)
  • Super versatile internal cable routing including internal dropper routing
  • 64.9º head angle /160mm post mount / 203mm maximum rotor size
More information and geometry details available here.

 






12 Comments

Stevief, Nov 06 2017 12:22

Can one fit a bottle  on that Ripley?

Captain Fastbastard Mayhem, Nov 06 2017 12:26

Can one fit a bottle  on that Ripley?

  • 2.67 kg frame and shock (*medium frame + shock. excl seat collar, rear axle, rock guard, water bottle bolts)

Iwan Kemp, Nov 06 2017 12:37

Yes, you can. From Ibis' website:

 

TWO BOTTLES
We've made a provision on the Ripley for 2 water bottles, one inside the triangle and one below the down tube. It’s best to use a side-loading cage if using a large bottle inside the triangle.

GrahamS2, Nov 06 2017 12:53

 

  • 2.67 kg frame and shock (*medium frame + shock. excl seat collar, rear axle, rock guard, water bottle bolts)

 

Why so heavy? 

Captain Fastbastard Mayhem, Nov 06 2017 01:37

Why so heavy? 

Stevief, Nov 06 2017 02:07

 

Yes, you can. From Ibis' website:

 

TWO BOTTLES
We've made a provision on the Ripley for 2 water bottles, one inside the triangle and one below the down tube. It’s best to use a side-loading cage if using a large bottle inside the triangle.

 

Thanks i didnt see that.  Next question how much for this Frame?

Shebeen, Nov 06 2017 02:36

oooooooooooooooh. that's just down my road. wonder if they will have the same insane warehouse sales on uber porn bikes like these...

banna, Nov 06 2017 04:17

I can already see the okes shredding Meerendal with their HD4's ..... sigh.....

Bizkit031, Nov 06 2017 06:04

Doubt we’ll see them in KZN much,would like to know who the rep is down here.

BaGearA, Nov 06 2017 06:09

Doubt we’ll see them in KZN much,would like to know who the rep is down here.

Just an overflow of pyga's there right ?

droo, Nov 06 2017 06:49

 

Yes, you can. From Ibis' website:

 

TWO BOTTLES
We've made a provision on the Ripley for 2 water bottles, one inside the triangle and one below the down tube. It’s best to use a side-loading cage if using a large bottle inside the triangle.

 

 

So one bottle and one cowpat collector.

deanbean, Nov 06 2017 08:32

So one bottle and one cowpat collector.

I'll never use a down tube bottle cage again, Baboon c&@p, I hope it was from a baboon...