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Ibis wanted to do a virtual trade show booth with MTBR this year, but there was a problem, they’re not showing indoor in Vegas (although they were at Dirt Demo). So Ibis invited the MTBR crew over to the HQ in Santa Cruz to check things out. We saw some super top secret goodness but we’re sworn to secrecy. We’re sure that MTBR readers will be the first to know, when they tell us we can talk. So this is more of a virtual headquarters tour, a glimpse inside a typical day at Ibis. Watch the videos, you’ll learn a lot about what’s happening there. And you’ll frequently hear the tape gun in the background, packing up boxes and sending bikes off to one of the 35 countries where Ibis has distributors.

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  • taletotell says:

    I want to work there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Palmermtb says:

    Tell me they’re developing a 29er. Please tell me that!!!!

  • Henry says:

    Why the hell doesn’t Ibis make a 29er? Are they trying to be irrelevant?

  • adam says:

    29ers aren’t the end all of biking. half the people on a 29er can’t turn nearly as well as half the people on a 26er. Though 29ers are fun, and have their place, they aren’t the end all of biking. 26er mtn bikes still have a long way to go till they reach perfection.

    i admire Ibis for trying to perfect what they are good at instead of going with the trend. from what i hear about their sales, this choice certainly isn’t hurting their bottom line.

    anyways – just saying

  • Gregg Kuljian says:

    Truly inspiring. I’d even say FO REALZ.

    The more I learn about Scot the more impressed I am with his clear goal, whatever that means. Every once in a while I see someone with a combination of positive vibes and technical genius. Not often. It makes me want to be a part of it, even if it’s only riding their creations. I’d sweep their floors, but the job appears to be taken. Oh well…

  • Gregg Kuljian says:

    Truly inspiring. I’d even say FO REALZ.

    The more I learn about Scot the more impressed I am with his clear goal, whatever that means. Every once in a while I see someone with a combination of positive vibes and technical genius. Not often. It makes me want to be a part of it, even if it’s only riding their creations. I’d sweep their floors, but the job appears to be taken. Oh well…

  • Gregg Kuljian says:

    Truly inspiring. I’d even say FO REALZ.

    The more I learn about Scot the more impressed I am with his clear goal, whatever that means. Every once in a while I see someone with a combination of positive vibes and technical genius. Not often. It makes me want to be a part of it, even if it’s only riding their creations. I’d sweep their floors, but the job appears to be taken. Oh well…

  • Gregg Kuljian says:

    Truly inspiring. I’d even say FO REALZ.

    The more I learn about Scot the more impressed I am with his clear goal, whatever that means. Every once in a while I see someone with a combination of positive vibes and technical genius. Not often. It makes me want to be a part of it, even if it’s only riding their creations. I’d sweep their floors, but the job appears to be taken. Oh well…

  • Rey says:

    I think lopes has 29ers figured out and that’s why you will not see one from ibis. Their originality makes them relevant. Hey, let’s build another wagon wheel bike! Jeezus.

  • Bob says:

    Agreed. Make some damn 29ers boys.

  • Rich says:

    29ers are NOT a trend. And about sales, why do all the big boys now place a high priority on 29er lines? Hmmm.. must be some money in it……

  • Hanssc says:

    FYI, we’re working on some cool 29r stuff, it just takes us a long time…

    H

  • Deuce9er says:

    Ibis Carbon Mojo 29er…FTW!!! :)

  • Menzo says:

    I sell my Santa Cruz Tallboy in the second after I hear a Ibis Mojo 29er is available. That bike is the next big thing… Hurry up Ibis Hurry up :-)

  • mojo says:

    No steel? No ti? That’s not Ibis!!!!

  • Murray Johnson says:

    Where’s the 650b stuff!?

  • Francois says:

    how many t-shirts is that guy wearing?? Correct answer wins a free t-shirt!

  • Areitz says:

    “Where’s the 650b stuff!?”

    Ditto.

  • Tyrone says:

    forget the 29ers man, it’s a fad man, your livin in the 00′s man, get with the 10′s it’s all about the 33′s baby!! Come on Ibis be original, do a 33er dudes, we need HUGE rims, man.

  • Jeff says:

    I can’t wait to order my Tranny. I twil lbe a great bike to break down and take on trips out of the country!

  • ted says:

    ibis does things right,i like the way they think and am very impressed with their products!!>> :>)

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