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    Ibis all new website

    Completely re-designed, lots of 2011 info too:

    http://www.ibiscycles.com

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    Big improvement. Love the bike builder.

    Erik

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    Nice. I like the bike builder device and the illustrations.
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    Oh no, I must have been the last visitor before it changed. I'm glad I got my last glimpse at the old one. I liked it. But knowing these guys, I'll just have to breath deeply and believe it'll all be ok. No more tv screens with static.


    Yeah, Chris McNally's water colors of the Campy record parts is totally great! Yes, we're all classic cyclists in a previous lifetime.
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    Awesome change. Now get this builder up and running for all the bikes

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    Very nice website. Lots of subtle effects that add info and don't get in the way. Coded by a fellow Brit I see
    Loving the illustrations too.

    I thought the old site was a bit clunky, so it's nice to see them bring it all up-to-date.

    Re: Range
    There is now only a Mojo SL and Mojo HD. On the youtube video there is mention that the SL and regular Mojo have been combined. I wonder what the specifics are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thingswelike
    Very nice website. Lots of subtle effects that add info and don't get in the way. Coded by a fellow Brit I see
    Loving the illustrations too.

    I thought the old site was a bit clunky, so it's nice to see them bring it all up-to-date.

    Re: Range
    There is now only a Mojo SL and Mojo HD. On the youtube video there is mention that the SL and regular Mojo have been combined. I wonder what the specifics are.
    This video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tul7u1fCGY

    Mentions the changes, basically streamlining the range, moving two of the most popular Mojo colours over to the SL and dropping the price a touch.

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    Nice looking site guys. It all came together very nicely.
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    anybody have any inside info on the "new" bikes scot mentions on the new site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by POG
    anybody have any inside info on the "new" bikes scot mentions on the new site?
    Take your pick,

    Either a 29r, XC race bike or DH machine. This will fill the gaps in there line.

    Erik

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    since ibis is a rider/consumer oriented company (atleast in my eyes) im guessing 29er first before the xc or dh machines.

    now the real question is 29er FS or HT...

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    Ibis,
    Please stop the pop-ups now. I get that you want me to upgrade, but I can't on my work laptop. The site worked fine for me on IE7 before you started the pop-ups.

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    They got rid of guinness foam color. Ibis bring it back.

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