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Niner Releases its new RIP 9 RDO

Niner’s Carbon Compaction System (CCS) provides more precise placement and compaction of carbon layers during molding. This allows for there to be more control over frame wall thickness and reduces resin pooling, creating a more durable and strong products, without any unnecessary frame weight. Niner has now utilized this technology throughout their entire RDO lineup. Calling their RIP 9 RDO the “Quiver Killer”, Niner is looking to provide the do-all bike.

Nate Adams, RIP 9 RDO

From Niner:

RDO CARBON COMPACTION SYSTEM
The RIP 9 RDO is beautiful from the inside out via Niner’s Carbon Compaction System. Now used throughout the Niner RDO lineup, this CCS utilizes rigid internal molds and results in tighter, more consistent compaction of the carbon layers, yielding increased precision in wall thickness and significantly reduced resin pooling in the final product, allowing us to aim for better ride tuning, increased strength and durability along with the weight reduction that results from a more efficient process.

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CVA™ SUSPENSION
The RIP 9 RDO features Niner’s patented CVA suspension (U.S. Patent No. 7,934,739) and delivers 125mm of fully active travel with superb compliance and damping via a tuned for CVA Fox Float CTD Factory Shock with Trail Adjust and Kashima Coat. For those seeking the technical advantages of 29” wheels combined with pedaling efficiency across all chainring combinations (not just the middle ring), CVA™ is the front-runner. The result? A faster, smoother ride up and down the trail.
VERSATILE GEOMETRY
To progress as a rider you need predictability, balance and nimble handling and Niner is the company that first made fun trail bike 29ers a reality. Climbing or descending, the geometry of the RIP 9 RDO is tuned to keep you in control and ready to conquer new terrain at every turn. The RIP 9 RDO is intended for 120 to 140mm forks, allowing riders to further fine tune the ride.

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C5 WARRANTY
Our robust R&D program – computer modeling, physical prototype testing (both in-house and at independent testing facilities), and hours of riding by skilled and abusive individuals make us confident that the RIP 9 RDO will exceed your expectations. We maintain that our RDO Carbon compaction system rivals the best in the bike industry and to back it up we offer our C5 warranty (five year) and a standard-setting commitment to customer service.

Nate Adams, RIP 9 RDO
TAPERED HEADTUBE
The increased surface area of a tapered headtube allows for a larger downtube, increasing strength and rigidity at this critical intersection. Tapered fork steerer tubes measurably reduce fork deflection, which means your Niner tracks straight and true. The full spectrum of riders from XC racers to All Mountain shredders benefit from these features which is why we incorporate the technology in all our new frames. The RIP 9 RDO lets you take full advantage of increased steering precision as you negotiate your daily dose of singletrack.

Nate Adams, RIP 9 RDO
ATTENTION TO DETAIL
When you are in the backcountry, the details are what take your ride into the sublime. The trim and sexy carbon links rotate on oversized Angular Contact Bearings for awesome lateral rigidity and immediate power transfer, dropper post routing and ISCG 05 chainguide compatibility mean you can build this bike to fit your ride style and an integrated replaceable skid plate lets you try that optional line with confidence. The RIP 9 RDO features more tire clearance, full housing internal cable routing for a clean look and precision-machined alloy interfaces for the bottom bracket, direct-mount front derailleur and brake caliper post mounts.

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It’s offered in various build levels:

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