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

Ibis and Kitsbow tag-team on amazing Lake Tahoe edit

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Jeff Kendall-Weed is both a bike handling superstar and Ibis employee. Here he gets a little nosey during the HD3 launch session. Photo by Elliot Wilkinson-Ray

Jeff Kendall-Weed is both a bike handling superstar and Ibis employee. Here he gets a little nosey during the HD3 launch session. Photo by Elliot Wilkinson-Ray

We chronicled the dealer and media launch of Ibis’ new HD3 a couple weeks ago, and now the company has followed it up with a video of enduro ninja and Ibis employee Jeff Kendall-Weed shredding the holy heck out of the new bike. Shot on trails in and around Lake Tahoe, Calif., the edit shows the new bike at its absolute max. Should you get one, just keep in mind your results may vary.

The trails near Lake Tahoe in California served as the backdrop for Ibis' new launch video. Photo by Elliot Wilkinson-Ray

The trails near Lake Tahoe in California served as the backdrop for Ibis’ new launch video. Photo by Elliot Wilkinson-Ray

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  • Joe Millionare says:

    Interesting that he is running a Fox Float X shock instead of the Inline. If he wanted a booster, who not go DBAir?

  • Mtbr says:

    Joe Money – The “standard” build on the HD3 comes with a Fox Float CTD and a Rock Shox Pike…the “Werx” version comes with a DB Air InLine and a Fox 36…the former being more “set-it-and-forget-it,” the latter being more the “fiddler’s choice.” We found both to work really well on this bike. – The Editors

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