Ibis Migrations are site-specific celebrations of our mountain biking community and an ideal first taste of the “secret sauce” that makes Ibis what it is. Expect fine food in excellent locations, camaraderie with fellow Ibisians and thrilling group rides on the best trails around. Come and join the family.Chuck Ibis
Migrations can come in various shapes and sizes, from camping out at 9000’ to staying in deluxe accommodations. They also vary in size from about 15 people to well over 100.
For 2022, we are planning
two three Migrations:
Mendocino Migration #10 August 28 — 31, 2022
Due to popular demand, we’ve added a second Mendocino Migration this year. Get all the details below.
Mendocino Migration August 25 — 28, 2022 (SOLD OUT but we are contemplating a second date)
The original, the flagship, the biggest Migration of them all. Once again at the fabulous and historic Mendocino Woodlands.
We will open registration in March of 2022, via our newsletter (sign up here, no SPAM, limited mailings).
To find out more about the Mendocino Migration, click on report 3, 5, 6 or 7 below.
Oakridge Oregon June 26 — 29, 2022 (Entries are now closed for the ticket lottery)
If you’ve ever been lucky enough to ride in Oakridge, you’ll know why we’ve chosen this location as the newest Migration offering. The riding is nothing short of spectacular, you’ll be riding through lush old growth fir forests with their gorgeous understory of ferns and carpets of green clover.
We’ll be limiting this to 24 people, and our friends from Cog Wild Adventures will be providing their excellent local guides.
This Migration will have space for tent campers, Sprinter dwellers and even a few bedrooms in the lodge that is on the property.
Due to the popularity of the Migrations, we have opened a lottery for tickets for the Oakridge Migration. We collected names until 5PM PST, Thursday March 31, 2022. Click on the Oakridge Migration photo below to learn more and enter the lottery. All future Migrations will be announced via the Ibis newsletter (sign up here, no SPAM, limited mailings).
Down below, we also list reports from past migrations. We recommend you check out the photos and reports from these past events in order to get a feel for what to expect.
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