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Retro Classics 1985 Ibis Custom Coaster

£2.50
Cork backed coaster from Bike Ninja to upgrade your drinking experience!
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Retro Classics 1986 Ibis Trials Pro Scot Nicol Mug

£8.99
We all wish we could have our time again and get what we all lusted after back then but until the right one comes up on eBay you can at least show your love by drinking from this fine vessel! We will be adding to this new range but if you don't see what your after just let us know and we can make it happen.
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Retro Classics 1985 Ibis Custom Mug

£8.99
We all wish we could have our time again and get what we all lusted after back then but until the right one comes up on eBay you can at least show your love by drinking from this fine vessel! We will be adding to this new range but if you don't see what your after just let us know and we can make it happen.
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Retro Classics – SCOT NICOL’S IBIS TRIALS PRO T-SHIRT

£19.00
Scot Nicol, Ibis founder and trials enthusiast, made custom trials bikes in his Sebastopol shop, and eventually was able to also have quantities of trials bikes made in Japan and Taiwan. When production split, the bikes made in Japan were called the Trials Comp while bikes made in Sebastopol were called the Trials Pro. They were available with either 20” wheels on both ends or a 24” front and 20” rear wheel. The 24” front was supposedly easier to get over obstacles. Mike Augspurger, co-founder of Merlin, made the magnesium bash guards on the downtube. Special thanks to The Pros Closet for the information and original photography.
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Retro Classics – 1985 IBIS CUSTOM T-SHIRT

£19.00
Scot Nicol was one of the earliest mountain bikers in Northern California and apprentice to legendary frame builder Charlie Cunningham. He founded Ibis Bicycles in his garage in 1981 when a friend asked him to build a frame. They built innovative bikes through the 90s and had a unique personality. For example, while many companies gave their steel bike tubing sophisticated names (Columbus had "Genius" tubing), Nicol and Ibis called their tubing "Moron" - more on the ends for strength, and less in the middle to keep the bikes lightweight (a.k.a. "butted tubing"). Special thanks to The Pros Closet for the information and original photography.