Ibis have sat on the sidelines while the eMTB market has exploded but they've really come to the party with the Oso. It's a great step for them to move away from their traditional frame design to get the most out of an e-bike.
Ibis have built a different chainstay for different sizes of the bike. Not many bike companies make that effort. Smaller riders and larger riders will get a better ride on their size of Oso.
I love that you can adjust the suspension from 170/155mm, up to 190 with double crown forks and 170mm in the rear by changing the stroke length. It's a really versatile bike.
|Check the prices in your region|
|North America||Buy at Jenson USA|
|North America||Buy at Competitive Cyclist USA|
|Motor||Bosch Performance CX (85Nm)|
|Battery||Bosch PowerTube 750 (750Wh)|
|Quick Release Battery|
|Display||Bosch Kiox 300|
|Front Fork||Fox 38 Float Performance|
|Rear Shock||Fox Performance Elite X2|
|Suspension Travel||F: 170mm R: 155mm|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM GX Eagle|
|Cassette||SRAM XG-1275 12 speed|
|Wheel Size||F: 29" R: 29"|
|Tyres||F: Maxxis Assegai R: Maxxis Aggressor|
|SM-MD: 29"/27.5", LG-XL: 29"/29"|
* Estimated price based on unofficial sources.
|SH Stack Height||650mm|
|SL Seattube Length||415mm|
|CL Chainstay Length||444mm|
|SA Seattube Angle||78.0°|
|SO Standover Height||729mm|
|HA Headtube Angle||64.0°|
Specification and geometry values are based on European market bikes. Every attempt is made to ensure the data is correct, but differences may occur in some regions for sales or availability reasons. Please check the bike manufacturer's specification sheet before buying a bike to ensure you're getting the bike specification you want.