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Ibis Cycles Enduro Race Team

In only its second year of existence the Ibis Cycles Enduro Race Team made its mark on the 2016 Enduro World Series season taking 2nd overall in the team competition, 3rd overall in the women’s field - Anita Gehrig, and 3rd overall in the U21 competition. For 2017 the team returns with the same core group of riders, plus some new additions and new sponsors to help them achieve even greater results in the new season.

Returning for their third year with the team, Anita and Carolin Gehrig, the “twin towers” from Switzerland hope to continue their rise to the top of the women’s field. When the  2016 was over, Anita ranked 3rd overall and Carolin 5th, with Anita achieving her first podium finish - 2nd in Aspen, CO.

Coming back for his second year with the team is Robin Wallner from Sweden. For 2016 Robin was ranked 14th overall, and achieved two top 10 results.

Also returning is Dillon Santos of Salinas, CA. In 2016 Dillon took 3rd at the Sea Otter Classic and won the 3rd round of the California Enduro Series at Toro Park.

New additions to the team include Zakarias Johansen of Norway, and team mechanic and road manager Mats Pettersson. Zakarias is moving up to contest a full season of EWS racing after dominating the SRAM/Specialized Enduro series last year.

We're also extremely excited to announce that riding on an independent program for Ibis in the EWS this year will be François Bailly-Maître. Since its founding, François has been one of the most consistent top 10 finishers in the EWS, at 8th overall in 2016, 11th in 2015 and 8th in 2014.

Returning team sponsors include POC, Maxxis, Joystick, LizardSkins and Honeystinger. New team sponsors include Fox Racing Shocks, Shimano, Feedback Sports and 5.10.

2017 Team Sponsors

2016 Race Reports

Read our 2016 team race reports and see some stunning photography by following the links below!

Round #8: Finale Ligure, Italy

Round #7: Valberg, France

Round #6: Whistler, Canada

Round #5: Aspen Snowmass, USA

Round #4: La Thuile, Italy

Round #2: Cerro Catedral, Argentina

Round #1: Corral, Chile