The Ibis Exie

The Exie is a full sus­pen­sion World Cup Cross Coun­try race bike and it shreds. Designed, built, and test­ed here in our North­ern Cal­i­for­nia facil­i­ty pow­ered by the warm Cal­i­for­nia sunshine.

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Exie Geometry

Ultra light, ultra fast.

  • 67.2° Head Tube Angle
  • 73.8-75.9° Seat Tube Angle
  • 435mm Chainstays
Exie Geo

120mm Fork (530mm axle to crown; 2.4" Rekon Race Tires)

Nominal Size   Small Medium Large X-Large
Seat Tube Length A 356 14 406 16 457 18 508 20
Top Tube Length B 584 23 613 24.1 644 25.4 675 26.6
Head Tube Length C 85 3.3 95 3.7 110 4.3 135 5.3
Chainstay Length D 435 17.1 435 17.1 435 17.1 435 17.1
Seat Tube Angle E 73.8° 73.8° 73.8° 73.8° 74.8° 74.8° 75.9° 75.9°
Head Tube Angle F 67.2° 67.2° 67.2° 67.2° 67.2° 67.2° 67.2° 67.2°
Wheelbase G 1128 44.4 1158 45.6 1202 47.3 1253 49.3
Stack 582 22.9 592 23.3 606 23.9 630 24.8
Reach 413 16.3 439 17.3 478 18.8 519 20.4
Standover 722 28.4 727 28.6 748 29.4 754 29.7
Trail 110 4.3 110 4.3 110 4.3 110 4.3

Sizing Guide (Rider Height)

s
152–165CM5'0"–5' 5"
m
163–175CM5'4"–5' 9"
l
173–185CM5'8"-6'1"
xl
183–198CM6'–6'6"
"It is seriously fun"

Hans Heim, CEO

Ibis Exie 5
Ibis Exie Pajaro Manufacturing 651
Part of the team that helped cre­ate the Ibis Exie. From left to right: Pre­ston San­dusky, Travis McCart, Scot Nicol, Ruben Reyes, Hans Heim, Col­in Hugh­es, Sara Pas­san­ti­no, Jus­to Gal­lar­do, Jesus Villarruel
Ibis Exie Pajaro Manufacturing 3
Ibis Exie Pajaro Manufacturing 7
Chip Shreds 7
In memory of Luis Valerio.
In mem­o­ry of Luis Valerio.