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Since 1981, building bikes that we, and hopefully you, want to ride.
Since 1981, building bikes that we, and hopefully you, want to ride.

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Wow! What an incredible start to the season for the Ibis Cycles Enduro Team. Congratulations to Robin Wallner on earning his first podium finish, and to Bex Baraona for a stellar 4th place finish. Lewis Buchanan mixed some top 10 stage finishes with a few adventures in the anti-grip wilderness to come home 20th overall. And Dillon Santos overcame some adversity to finish safe and sound.
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Why rip less when you can Ripmo?!
https://www.ibiscycles.com/bikes/ripmo/
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The Hakka MX is our answer to the Swiss Army Knife. It’s the bike we’d choose if, heaven forbid, we could only have one bike. https://www.ibiscycles.com/bikes/hakka_mx/
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Get in the Van! Ride Vancouver Island's Best Trails with Jeff Kendall-Weed on the Mojo HD4!
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You've heard us talk about the HD4, how about we let someone else grab the mic for a bit? Here's what Jason Sumner of MTBR has to say:

Say what you will about Strava, but as a product tester it’s a great way to compare efforts on various bikes. So far the Mojo HD4 has proven to be a weapon of mass PR destruction. In the span of two weeks, I’ve scored at least a half dozen downhill segment personal records, including one KoM, which isn’t easy to do in a place like my home testing grounds in Crested Butte where practically everyone is fast.
The reason for this can be chalked up to one word: confidence. You can simply point this bike at or down just about anything and come cleanly out the other side. It has a superbly planted and controlled feel, maintaining traction, and railing through corners with snappy precision.
Just as impressive is how well-mannered this bike is going uphill. You’d expect a front end with a 64.9-degree head angle to flop around like a fish when ascending, but the steep seat tube angle does a great job of keeping its pilot’s weight far enough over the front wheel that vague steering has not been a real issue.
The bike has 6 inches of bottomless travel and a slacked out front end that’ll let you change through just about any obstacle without concern for your dental work. The feel is superbly planted and controled, yet still plenty poppy and playful when the situation (or inclination) calls for it.
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The Ibis HD4.
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