All sizes available. 0% finance available (which is what swayed me).
Very capable entry-level trail focused mountain bike IMO and excellent value if you want to get into the sport on a reasonable budget.
Modern trial geometry with slack and low head tube. Top tube is also fashionably long. Internal cable routing adds a bit more premium feel.
RockShox Recon Gold RL 120mm fork is a solid, rather light and easy to service.
2x10 Deore drivetrain with XT clutch rear mech should work reliably and gear ratios are perfect for MTB beginners.
Brakes are not Deore as stated on the webpage, but one rung lower non-groupset M506 kit. Not as good, but with large discs performance will be adequate.
Wheels are very basic as can be expected in the entry level price bracket. Rims are tubeless ready laced around Deore hubs.
Contrary to what it says on the webpage, pedals are included.
The Ripley 1 is a very capable out of the box trail hunter. Slack head angle (66.6°) with wide handlebars gives you real confidence with descents and a nice tidy short chainstay allows you to have real feel for the terrain below.
Frame: Forme 6061 27.5"" Tapered Headtube, alloy with internal routed cables and smooth welds
Fork: Rock Shox Recon Gold 120mm with Tapered Alloy steerer and 15mm Thru axle
Shifters: 20 Speed Shimano Deore
Derailleur (Front): Shimano Deore
Derailleur (Rear): Shimano XT Shadow + (Clutch)
Brakes: Shimano Deore
Crankset: Shimano Deore 2x with external BB
Cassette: 10 Speed Deore Shimano
Chain: 10 Speed
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Deore External
Hub Front: Shimano Deore 32 hole
Hub Rear: Shimano Deore 32 hole
Rims: One23 TR
Tyres: Kenda Nevegal X 27.5 x 2.35
Handlebar: Crank Brothers Cobolt 2 780mm +5mm rise
Stem: Crank Brothers Cobolt 1 Alloy 31.8 80mm
Headset: FSA No 57e-1
Saddle: Forme All Mountain
Seatpost: Crank Brothers Cobolt 1 400mm 30.10
Pedal: None incl.
Wheel Size: 27.5inch
Number of Gears: 20