MTB

In April of 1981, Scot Nicol was thumbing through an Audubon bird encyclopedia looking for names to call his newly hatched bike company. He liked the fact that birds are light and they fly, both good traits to associate with a bicycle. There were plenty of bike companies in the prior 100 years that had bird names: Avocet, Falcon, Condor, Swift, come to mind, as did Merlin (it’s a magician and a falcon). Merlin was ruled out by the way, as one of the road bikes that Scot had was a Merlin, an English-made Merlin steel road frame that had already been around since the thirties (or maybe earlier). Bob Jackson, the venerable custom builder actually purchased the classic Merlin marque in 1955 and built under the Merlin name into the 70’s. So the Merlin name was ruled out.

You could call it the baby brother to the Mojo HD3 or the successor to the Mojo SL/SL-R. Either way, it’s a good thing, and maybe it's our most versatile trailbike ever.  You can run 2.3, 2.5 or 2.8 Plus tires on the Mojo 3, all with the same wheelset and without compromise. The Mojo 3 shares a lot of DNA with the HD3. Where the HD3 is big and burly, the Mojo 3 is light, taut and energetic. The latest generation of the dw-link gives the bike its amazing climbing and descending abilities.

You could call it the baby brother to the Mojo HD3 or the successor to the Mojo SL/SL-R. Either way, it’s a good thing, and maybe it's our most versatile trailbike ever. 

You can run 2.3, 2.5 or 2.8 Plus tires on the Mojo 3, all with the same wheelset and without compromise.

The Mojo 3 shares a lot of DNA with the HD3. Where the HD3 is big and burly, the Mojo 3 is light, taut and energetic. The latest generation of the dw-link gives the bike its amazing climbing and descending abilities.

For many of us working at Ibis, the Ripley has been our favorite bike since the day it came out. And indeed, if you look at the reviews (preserved from the original Ripley below), you’ll see that we weren't alone. Still, riding styles and components are constantly evolving so we updated it to add to its already amazing versatility. 

For many of us working at Ibis, the Ripley has been our favorite bike since the day it came out. And indeed, if you look at the reviews (preserved from the original Ripley below), you’ll see that we weren't alone. Still, riding styles and components are constantly evolving so we updated it to add to its already amazing versatility. 

The Mojo HD3 was an instant classic when launched in November of 2014. It was our most popular bike in 2015. We are pleased to announce a major update to the Mojo HD3 as of March of 2016. The Mojo HD3 is now both Boost and Plus compatible.

The Mojo HD3 was an instant classic when launched in November of 2014. It was our most popular bike in 2015. We are pleased to announce a major update to the Mojo HD3 as of March of 2016. The Mojo HD3 is now both Boost and Plus compatible.

At Ibis we try to make bikes that are versatile, bikes that blur the lines between categories, bikes that create fun in a multitude of settings. That’s what it’s all about, right, having fun? Bikes don’t get a lot more versatile (or fun) than the Tranny 29.

At Ibis we try to make bikes that are versatile, bikes that blur the lines between categories, bikes that create fun in a multitude of settings. That’s what it’s all about, right, having fun? Bikes don’t get a lot more versatile (or fun) than the Tranny 29.

The Trans-Fat utilizes the Tranny 29 front triangle, an all new rear triangle and a couple of clever bits to make it compatible with fat bike fitment standards.  The Trans-Fat is available now in extremely limited quantities, we'll have more in February. Orders can be placed with your ibis retailer.

The Trans-Fat utilizes the Tranny 29 front triangle, an all new rear triangle and a couple of clever bits to make it compatible with fat bike fitment standards.  The Trans-Fat is available now in extremely limited quantities, we'll have more in February. Orders can be placed with your ibis retailer.