Ibis Cycles Reviews and News


This is the hot rod inspired Ibis Ripley of your dreams

While the stock Ibis Ripley looks great in its stock configuration, a little pinstriping and some custom decals transform this custom ride into a one of a kind beauty.

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New Ibis carbon and alloy wheelsets rolling in

If you didn’t know any better, you might think Ibis is primarily a wheel maker. That’s especially true after recent news from the California company that it’s expanding its line of MTB hoops to nine, adding new carbon and alloy models.

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Ibis Mojo HD3 Enduro World Series team bikes check

Up close look at the race bikes of Ibis-sponsored EWS competitors Robin Wallner and the Gehrig twins.

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Ibis Mojo HD3 Plus sized rear end retrofit – How To

Have an existing Mojo HD3 and want to swap in a new boost compatible rear end? Here’s how.

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Ibis Mojo HD3 Plus version released

With a new rear end, Ibis utilizes the Boost 148 width to fit Plus sized 2.8 tires on their 150mm travel HD3. This will allow new buyers to choose between the new versions and existing HD3 owners to upgrade to Plus.

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Ibis Mojo 3 first ride review

New do-it-all trail bike designed around the capability to run 27.5×2.8” tires. Also lighter and stiffer than its predecessor.

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2016′s Hottest Fat Bikes – Part 1

From lightweight racers, to budget friendly cruisers, to do-it-all rigs, these are the fat bikes you need to know about.

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Best new mountain bikes of 2015

The Mtbr staff has ridden everything from electric assist fat bikes to ultra light cross-country whippets this past year. But which ones made our Best of 2015 list?

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Ibis launches Trans-Fat fat bike

Using the same front triangle as the Tranny 29, the Trans-Fat features a new rear triangle that accepts 4” fat bike tires, making it a highly versatile package.

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Ibis Ripley Review

The Ripley was a revolutionary bike for Ibis but it did have its flaws. It seems all those have been addressed with this new version and new geometry, but a classic edition will be maintained as well for those who love its original 26er-like handling.

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Outerbike Whistler: Hot bikes, amazing trails, good times

Consumer-facing trade show in B.C. wonderland serves up biking bliss with hundreds of demo bikes, and access to the world’s most famous bike park.

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Trans-Sylvania Epic: Day in the Life of Cody Phillips

Get an inside look at how this enduro specialist approaches race day in the rugged backwoods of Pennsylvania.

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Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship campaign launched

Since its inception, the 5-Bucks-a-Foot campaign has raised more than $100,000 for trails in the Lost Sierra region.

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Gear Review: Ibis 941 Wheels

Ibis’ first wheelset jumps on the legit wide rim trend with their impressive 41mm outer width and their 1770 gram weight in 29-inch diameter.

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Video: Ibis hypes HD3 with awesome Jeff Kendall-Weed edit

Video: Jeff Kendall-Weed ninjas the gnar in this Kitsbow/Ibis jointly-produced edit to launch the new HD3.

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First Look: 2015 Ibis Mojo HD3

First Look: After much anticipation, Ibis finally reveals their new long-travel 27.5-inch enduro bike–the Mojo HD3.

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Long Term Test: 2015 Ibis Tranny 29

The Angry Singlespeeder puts Ibis’ latest hardtail—the Tranny 29—through the wringer to see if the versatile wagon wheeler has got the goods for the long haul.

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In the Queue: A look at what’s new in Mtbr’s review hopper

In the Queue: Mtbr’s new weekly look at gear we’re testing, staring with product from Ibis, Ellsworth, Kitsbow, Garmin and more.

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Epic Rides: TheCommute Day 2

Epic Rides: On Day 2 TheCommute starts living up to its “epic” expectations. See and here from the “away team” as they pedal from Soda Springs to Foresthill, Calif.

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Epic Rides: TheCommute Day 1

Epic Rides: Mtbr’s Kurt “The Angry SingleSpeeder” Gensheimer departed on TheCommute–a 400 mile mountain bike epic from Tahoe to San Francisco on Saturday. Here’s a look at what he and his cohorts James and Justin encountered on Day 1.

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Ibis Interbike 2014

Ibis is not attending Interbike this year, but read on for more info on their new mystery bike that’s been racing on the Enduro World Series circuit this year.

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Eurobike: Ibis doesn’t debut 2015 long-travel enduro bike

Ibis doesn’t debut 2015 long-travel enduro bike.

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Ultimate Base Camp: Santa Cruz mountain bike destination guide

Yep, we’re spoiled. Living near Santa Cruz, Calif. gives us access to nearly year-round awesome mountain biking. Check out our destination guide, then start planning your trip to come see us. You’re welcome.

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Video: Ibis’ Jeff Kendall-Weed is the redwood trail ninja

If you’ve seen the results from any of the big enduro races in the Western United States, chances are you’ve come across the name of Jeff Kendall-Weed somewhere near the top.

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Video: Ibis’ high flying enduro team a workingman’s dream

The newly formed Team Ibis-Retro Cellars mountain bike squad just released a pulse-pounding new team video, featuring their four pro class enduro shredders. Definitely worth a look.

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