Did someone say, “Cyclocross”?

No, I heard “Gravel”!

Some mountain bike brands are built on hype. Ibis is built on a foundation of mountain bikers devoted to the brand for over 35 years. Whether you are a cyclocross racer or a gravel grinder the Ibis Hakkalugi is a capable machine built for fun. This bike is a staff and customer favorite that always receives rave reviews.

Ibis Cycles - Mojo HD3


With its well bal­anced mod­ern geom­e­try, the Rip­ley is ready for any adven­ture. The long front end, slack head angle, and short rear end gives you the con­fi­dence to try new lines, while the steep seat tube angle and short­er off­set fork makes it easy to maneu­ver tech­ni­cal climbs and flowy singletrack.

Ibis Cycles - Mojo 3


What if we took everybody’s favorite bike and made it a little slacker and little longer? Hell, what if we made it more progressive and coil compatible? And that’s exactly what we did for the Ripmo V2S. Active ingredients include: 29” wheels, berm-defying cornering tendencies, and a love for long rides.

Ibis Cycles - Ripley 29


With its ultra ver­sa­tile geom­e­try and 1000g frame weight, the Hak­ka MX is just as hap­py crush­ing the local club ride as it is jump­ing bar­ri­ers or camp­ing out.

History of Ibis

On April Fools day of 1981, Scot Nicol ​hung up his shin­gle” on a funky lit­tle shop a few miles east of Men­do­ci­no Cal­i­for­nia. On that day, Ibis was start­ed with­out mon­ey and with­out a plan. Today we’re locat­ed in San­ta Cruz with 40 (or so) peo­ple work­ing at Ibis. Our 5 own­ers all work full time for the com­pa­ny. Hans Heim is our CEO, Tom Mor­gan is our pres­i­dent, Col­in Hugh­es leads our engi­neer­ing depart­ment, Roxy Lo is our design­er and Scot tries to stay out of the way.

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