I can’t think of a better way to spend 3 crisp fall days in October, then with the awesome folks that bring Ibis bikes to the world. Riding the Mojo 3, HD4 and the Ripley LS in the Pisgah National Forest and Dupont State Forest will be unforgettable. This fall the Ibis Migration is coming to Brevard, NC which just happens to be our new hometown! Coincidence? I think not.
Ibis is teaming up with Pilot Cove, Oskar Blues, Red Wolf Mountain Bike Tours, Crankjoy, Industry Nine, Pisgah Coffee Roasters, Honey Stinger and Kleen Kanteen to bring their 4th Migration finally to the EAST COAST! Past gatherings have occurred in the La Sal Mountains high above Moab, UT, Hurricane, UT and Mendicino, CA. Ibis founder and amazing rider, story teller as well as flock leader, Scot Nichol will be there. East Coast Ibis Demo Guru – Harry will hook people up with demo rides, so you can try one or try them all.
“We are planning multiple Migrations per year in lots of different locations, keeping the group size small so you can hone in on the fine art of being an Ibisian.”
Scot Nicol (a Very Ibisian Person)
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The weather is gearing up to be perfect for this gathering. The fall leaf peeping should be epic and the waterfalls are plumping up as we speak. Come to North Carolina for the Ibis Migration and treat yourself to an amazing 3-day mini-vacation complete with iconic east coast roots, buff flow trails, great craft brew, amazing local food, crackling campfires, luxurious accommodations, coffee to write home about and great new friends that know a fabulous bike when they ride one.