Ibis Dreambike Giveaway

WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT

CAMTB and Ibis area pleased to announce the winners of the 2024 Ibis Dreambike Giveaway. Congratulations to the following drawing prize winners:

Grand Prize: Ibis Dreambike – Seric Cusick, Sonoma – CAMTB Supporter
Runner Up 1: Leatt Helmet & Goggle Package – Richard Heermance, Glendale – Lowelifes Supporter
Runner Up 2: Crankbrothers Shoe/Pedal Combo – Stan Cooper, Salinas – MORCA Supporter
Runner Up 3: Crankbrothers Shoe/Pedal Combo – Marty Smith, San Leandro – BTCEB Supporter
Runner Up 4: Kuat NV 2.0 – BIKE RACK – Tom Bream, San Diego – SDMBA Supporter

Also thank you to everyone who made this our most successful fundraising campaign to date. You’re all amazing. Thank you.

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Final Tally: Funding raised to support advocacy for cycling, trails, and public lands!!!

We (YOU) did it! Thank you for helping us CRUSH our $60k funding goal.

California Mountain Biking Coalition (CAMTB) is thrilled to announce a partnership with another iconic California manufacturer, Ibis Cycles, to support California Mountain Biking Month AND our mission of realizing more and better bike-friendly trails in California. Donate $5 or more to CAMTB below by June 30, 2024, and you’ll automatically be entered into our Ibis Dreambike Giveaway drawing. One lucky donor will take home a brand new Ibis of their choice* with the finest components from SRAM, Fox, Shimano, Maxxis, and more. Contributions must be made by June 30, 2024 @ 11:59 PM Pacific to be included in the drawing.

* The winner can choose any bike in the Ibis line-up, less than or equal to $8,000.00, and/or upgrade their dream rig and simply cover the difference.

What Your Donation Supports

Your donation to the California Mountain Biking Coalition will help fuel our ongoing state-level mountain bike advocacy efforts, including:

Advancing our Land Manager initiatives with Local, State, and Federal Agencies. CAMTB and its member organizations have two important organized efforts underway, which will help our local trail organizations build productive relationships and more and better trails with the #1 and #4 largest land managers in the state.  
Supporting bike-friendly trail stewardship organizations in California with organizational and leadership development resources.
Tracking and influencing legislation that impacts cyclists, access to public lands, and funding for trails, as well as preserving and protecting outdoor spaces and places. For us, that means time spent in Sacramento meeting with lawmakers and garnering their support.
Running the CAMTB Teen Ambassador Program, which is educating and engaging the next generation of leaders in cycling advocacy. CAMTB is currently working with seventeen high school juniors, many of whom just joined us at Sea Otter Classic and Trails & Greenways

About the Ibis Dreambike Giveaway

Grand Prize: Choose Your Own Ibis! The winner gets to choose ANY bike of any size in the current Ibis line-up equal to or less than $8,000.00 USD. The winner may also optionally upgrade their rig and pay the amount above and beyond $8,000.00 USD prize value.

1st & 2nd Runner Up Prize: Crankbrothers Shoe & Pedal Combination of Your Choice

SIGNATURE IBIS OSO

A whole new sport demands a whole new bike. Built from the ground up to deliver a new level of smooth, fast, and durable performance, the full-carbon-fiber Oso features our first-ever upper-link suspension dw-link platform. It stacks 155mm of rear travel with 170mm up front and is powered by a Bosch Performance line CX motor.

FRAME & GEOMETRY

Large and extra large Oso frames are built around matching 29-inch wheels, while small and medium frames get the mixed-wheel treatment and shorter chainstays. The Oso doesn’t just lean into enduro ter­ri­to­ry. It drops in, elbows out and gog­gles down. The long wheel­base, roomy cock­pit and slack 64-degree head angle are designed for optimal racing performance. And its size-spe­cif­ic seat angles allow rid­ers of any height to bang out climbs in com­fort with­out wast­ing a watt.

SIZE-SPECIFIC CHAINSTAYS AND WHEEL CONFIGURATION

Large and extra large Oso frames are built around matching 29-inch wheels, while small and medium frames get the mixed-wheel treatment and shorter chainstays. That keeps the Oso from ever feeling unwieldy. In fact, it’s pretty damn wieldy.

WHY BOSCH?

The Bosch Performance line CX has a quiet, powerful 85 NM drive unit, which offers the most natural-feeling acceleration since the invention of gravity. On top of that, you get Bosch’s two-year warranty, a network of 2,400 dealers across the U.S., UL safety-certified batteries, and its carbon-neutral operations. So, in case you were wondering, that’s why we went with Bosch.

BIG BATTERY

With a deep 750wh battery on sizes medium thru XL and a 625wh battery on the small, the Oso is built to go big and still have enough juice left to go home.

UPPER LINK SUSPENSION

It may look a little different, but the Oso’s Upper Link suspension is still dw-link. That means it packs all the traction and efficiency you’d expect from an Ibis, but with a more supportive leverage curve to keep up with all the demands of a full-powered e-bike.

THE GX AXS BUILD

COMPONENTEQUIPMENT
ForkFox Performance Series, Float 38, 170mm, 44mm offset, 29″, 110x15mm
ShockFox Performance Elite Series, X2, 205x60mm
MotorBosch Performance Line CX
WheelsBlackbird Send I/ Send II, Aluminium, Ibis Hubs, SM-MD: F – 29”/R – 27.5”, LG-XL: F/R – 29”
Tires (F/R)Front: Maxxis Assegai, 29×2.5″, 3C Maxxgrip, Double Down, TR, WT; Rear: Maxxis Aggressor, 29×2.5″, 3C Maxxgrip, Double Down, TR, WTSize SM–MD comes with a 27.5×2.5″ rear tire.
BrakesShimano XT M8120, 4 piston
Rotors (F/R)Shimano SM-RT66, 220mm
CranksetSRAM X1 E-MTB, 34t Steel Ring
Rear DerailleurSRAM GX Eagle Transmission AXS
ShifterEagle AXS Controller
CassetteSRAM XS-1275 10-52 Transmission
ChainSRAM GX Eagle Transmission
Chain GuideIbis Top Guide
HeadsetCane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
GripsLizard Skin Charger
HandlebarBlackbird Carbon Hi Fi, 800mm
StemIbis 31.8mmS/M: 40mm, L/XL: 50mm
SeatpostBike Yoke Revive DropperS: 125mm, M: 160mm, L: 185mm, XL: 213mm. Note there is a 250lb rider weight limit on this post.
SaddleSDG Bel-Air, V3

About Our Partners

Ride More. Work Less.

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 they’re locat­ed in San­ta Cruz with 40 (or so) peo­ple work­ing at Ibis. The company has evolved from handcrafting steel frames in a garden shed to operating its own cutting-edge, sustainable carbon manufacturing facility in the United States.

The Ibis lineup now boasts an impressive range, from world-cup-winning carbon fiber bikes to award-winning aluminum models, all complemented by a full suite of high-quality components. Their 5 own­ers all work full-time for the com­pa­ny. Hans Heim is the CEO, Tom Mor­gan is pres­i­dent, Col­in Hugh­es leads the engi­neer­ing depart­ment, Roxy Lo is the design­er, and Scot is Mixologist in Chief.



Ibis Dreambike Giveaway Terms & Conditions

By donating to CAMTB you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions:

  • The “CAMTB Ibis Dreambike Giveaway” is open to US residents, 18 years and older only.
  • The “CAMTB Ibis Dreambike Giveaway” is being conducted by California Mountain Biking Coalition, a non-profit 501(c)(4) corporation under the laws of the State of California.
  • Submitted form information may be shared with our 3rd party partners, including Ibis Cycles.
  • There is no limit to the number of entries one person may receive.
  • Ibis Cycles and CAMTB staff, board members, and their spouses are not eligible to participate in this drawing.
  • Donations can be made by credit card only. Processing fees are not counted toward the donation amount.
  • Donation amounts can be made in $5 increments.
  • Donation/Entry Schedule:
    • $5 = 1 Entry
    • $10 = 2 Entries
    • $25 = 5 Entries
    • $50 = 10 Entries
    • $100 = 20 Entries
    • $150 = 30 Entries
    • $500 = 100 Entries
    • $1,000 = 200 Entries
  • By IRS declaration, donations are not eligible for charitable tax deductions.
  • Odds of winning will depend on the total amount of donations received divided by 5.
  • Donations can be made by the following methods: on the internet at: https://camtb.org/ibis
  • All donations must be received with full payment no later than 11:59 PM on June 30, 2024.
  • Prizes: One (1) prize will be given away.
    • The Grand Prize: The winner can choose ANY bike of any size in the current Ibis line-up equal to or less than the current listed price of the Ibis Oso GX Build ($8,000.00 USD) on the Ibis Cycles website (https://www.ibiscycles.com/bikes/oso). The winner may optionally upgrade and pay the amount above and beyond $8,000.00 USD prize value.
    • 1st & 2nd Runner Up Prize: Crankbrothers Shoe & Pedal Prize Pack
  • Prizes are not negotiable and cannot be exchanged.
  • Drawing will be held on Monday, July 2, 2024 at 12:00 PM Pacific. The winner will be determined by random selection.
  • Winner(s) will be notified by email within two (2) business days of the drawing.
  • The prize winners are solely responsible for all local, state, and federal taxes, title, transfer fees, license duties, insurance, and all expenses incurred in claiming the prize. The prize winners understand, acknowledge, and agree that they are receiving a prize, and will hereby release and discharge CAMTB, and any additional sponsors, agents, officers, directors and legal representatives and assigns from any and all claims, liabilities, damages, losses or expenses arising from or caused by the award of such prizes, including, but not limited to the payment of any and all taxes that are due.
  • Prizes must be claimed by July 31, 2024. Any unclaimed prize after that date will constitute forfeiture and be transferred to CAMTB as a donation.

Additional Rules

  • CAMTB, its Board of Directors, and its agents assume no liability for lost, late, misdirected, mutilated, incomplete, illegible, or entries without payment which will be deemed invalid and disqualified.
  • The decisions and rules of CAMTB are final on all matters concerning the drawing.
  • Void where prohibited by law.
  • No purchase is necessary to enter the drawing. To enter without purchase, mail a handwritten postcard to “CAMTB Administrator” at P.O. Box 550709, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96155, containing your (1) full name; (2) mailing address, including street address, city, state/district, and zip code (P.O. boxes are not accepted); (3) telephone number; (4) email address; (5) date of birth; and (6) the statement, “I have read, understand, and agree to be bound by the Official Rules for the “CAMTB Marin Bikes Giveaway”. All write-in entries must be postmarked by May 12, 2024, and received by June 25, 2024. There is a limit of one (1) write-in entry per person.

Need some help or more info? Contact us anytime at info@camtb.org.