Niner RIP 9 RDO 29 2-Star Complete Mountain Bike

Niner RIP 9 RDO 29 2-Star Complete Mountain Bike
Niner RIP 9 RDO 29 2-Star Complete Mountain Bike
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RIP 9 RDO 29 2-Star Complete Mountain Bike by Niner
While terrorizing the trials aboard the new RIP 9 you should most definitely rock a bell since other mountain bikers won't see you coming. For one, the handsome camo paint will have you blending in to your natural environment if you're at a moderate speed, and two, you'll be charging new lines so fast you'll be all but a blur on the singletrack. We're pretty sure that if you're reading this, either the bike's beautiful aesthetic caught your attention, or your looking to up your double-black diamond trail or park mastery and want a bike that doesn't hold back on the fast techy bits but isn't a pig to pedal on all-day epics. Pairing plush, long-travel suspension with big wheels is an instant recipe for fun and speed and with a solid and value-packed SRAM GX Eagle build and Rockshox Yari fork, with the RIP 9 RDO 29 2-Star Complete Mountain Bike you'll still have plenty left in the bank for summer road trips and enduro racing. For this newest version, Niner makes the move to internal tubing for the cables and housings. Simply insert the housing at the front of the bike and without any fishing or cussing, it exits exactly where it's supposed to. This makes building the bike a treat and prevents any excuses from performing regular maintenance. Otherwise, the RIP 9 RDO retains the same all-mountain/enduro-oriented geometry, stiff RDO carbon fiber layup, CVA suspension platform with 150 millimeters of travel, the ability to accept 29-inch wheels as we have here, and 27. 5+ wheels, and Boost rear axle spacing for unwavering tracking over chunky, rock-strewn trail sections. Boost spacing also affords the ability to clear wider 3. 0-inch tires in 27. 5+ format and with 29ers you'll clear 2. 5-inch tires, which are quickly becoming the standard for grip and speed over the roughest terrain. Having a peek at its geometry numbers, you'll find the RIP 9 RDO hits a pretty sweet spot with its 66. 5-degree head tube angle that lends stability and confidence at high speed on steep...

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