This is the second generation of the Ripley, the first iteration of the LS and a fantastic bike overall.

The frame is solid but does show wear from being ridden, thrown in the car and occasionally laid down. All pivots are tight and the suspension was overhauled in the last few months. Bike pedals really well thanks to the DW-Link and the slacker geometry is spot on for trail-riding.

I'm just under 5'8"and the bike fit me perfectly. The dropper post is 125mm.

Check the photos and ask questions in regards to any wear and tear!

Upgrades of note:
- Works Components -1 degree headset
- Fox travel is bumped from 130mm to 140mm (drops the head angle from 67.5 to 66.0).
- Light Bicycle carbon wheelset. I bought them new from Light Bicycle's USA branch in late 2017 and haven't had to touch them once. Rims are RM29C14 laced to Industry Nine Torch hubs. Centerlock splined.
- Answer 810 bars. They're 810mm wide I guess?
- Fox Transfer remote lever. It's not a performance upgrade I guess but a huge step-up ergonomically over the stock KS Lev lever thing.


NOTE: I am keeping the pedals and the reinstalling the stock Ibis saddle.


GEO
Frame: Ripley LS V2 - Medium
Head Angle: 66.0 (from 67.5)
Seat Angle: 71.5 (I rode with the saddle full forward)
Top Tube: 600mm
Reach: 411mm
Wheelbase: 1140mm
Seat tube: 419mm
Chainstay: 444mm


Frame: Ripley LS V2 - Medium 120mm, boost spacing
Fork: Fox Float 34 FIT4 140mm, 51 offset
Headset: Works Components -1d headset
Wheelset: Light Bicycle RM29C14 rims laced to Industry Nine Torch hubs (not the new boys that just dropped sorrrrry)
Brakeset: Saint 180mm front, 160mm rear
Drivetrain: XT 11speed 11-46
Crankset: RF Turbine 175mm 30t
Dropper Post: KS Lev Integra 125mm w/Fox Transfer remote lever
Tires: Maxxis DHF 2.5 WT front. Maxxis Aggressor 2.4 rear. Both are tubeless
Stem: Thomson 50mm
Bars: Answer 810 carbon bars
Grips: Ergon GE1

NOTE:
Pedals: None
Saddle: Stock Ibis saddle


NOTE: I want to be as up front as possible about the condition of the paint/topcoat on the wheels. The hubs are great buuuut the rims are a bit rough at this point with a lot scratches in the topcoat. Feel free to ask for detail shots!