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    A couple of decades of IBIS Carbon Compared

    Now and Then


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    Nice!

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    like.

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    awwww c'mon
    don't just tease
    more pictures please

    How many of those exist?

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    Very cool. Looks like a bike that should be at the ibis warehouse museum. More pics please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doismellbacon View Post
    awwww c'mon
    don't just tease
    more pictures please

    How many of those exist?
    Scot told me there were four built.

    This one (19")
    Scot has one in the Ibis Museum. (smaller frame)
    One's in Japan somewhere?
    And another one lost to time in an undisclosed location.

    This particular bike was built for an "art" show in '89 at the Braunstein Quay gallery in San Francisco.


    The modern version is pretty cool too though : )




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    Ibis script


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    A couple of decades of IBIS Carbon Compared

    Thanks for sharing that

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    Last time I checked, the fourth one is with a friend in Marin County.

    Quote Originally Posted by crconsulting View Post
    Scot told me there were four built.

    This one (19")
    Scot has one in the Ibis Museum. (smaller frame)
    One's in Japan somewhere?
    And another one lost to time in an undisclosed location.

    This particular bike was built for an "art" show in '89 at the Braunstein Quay gallery in San Francisco.


    The modern version is pretty cool too though : )




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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot Nicol View Post
    Last time I checked, the fourth one is with a friend in Marin County.
    Hahaha!!
    I wasn't sure you wanted that out there.....
    Get ready for a fresh barrage of PM's and emails


    Thanks Scot!
    lovin' both of them new and old!!


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    that is absolutely beautiful!

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