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June 26-29, 2022

Migration #8


Tick­et lot­tery is now closed.

Due to the insane pop­u­lar­i­ty of our Ibis Migra­tions, in order to be as fair as pos­si­ble to all we had a lot­tery for tick­ets to the Oakridge Migra­tion. Details below.

Ibis Migra­tion #8 is com­ing to an all new venue in Oakridge Oregon.

Need more info about our 3 day glo­ri­ous loamy sin­gle­track extravaganza?

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Three days of guid­ed rid­ing on Oakridge’s leg­endary trails
  • Lov­ing­ly pre­pared break­fasts, lunch­es, din­ners, snacks and beer and wine (you won’t get hungry)
  • Real good bev­er­ages, we mean real­ly good!
  • Ibis Bikes avail­able to rent (so you don’t have to trav­el with your bike)
  • Ibis Migra­tion T‑shirt (2022 art­work TBD)
  • Insu­lat­ed stain­less bev­er­age con­tain­er by Klean Kan­teen, fea­tur­ing Chris McNal­ly’s art
  • Stim­u­lat­ing evening con­ver­sa­tion and shared sto­ries (some of which are true)
  • A pro­fes­sion­al pho­tog­ra­ph­er will be in the house (and on the trail) to doc­u­ment your incred­i­ble style!
  • Non rid­ers welcome


Come ride and hang out with Ibis own­ers, friends and fam­i­ly in the majes­tic fir forests sur­round­ing Oakridge Oregon


This Migra­tion takes place at var­i­ous places around Oakridge. Accom­mo­da­tions will be a mix of tent, sprint­er or camper dwelling and we have a few indoor spots at the Hills Creek Hide­away, where we will base our activities. 

As per the norm in Oakridge, we will shut­tle out to the big rides. Don’t wor­ry, you’ll be tired at the end of the day even though most rides will result in an over­all loss of ele­va­tion. These are big rides for advanced riders. 

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Big Views and Tons of Ver­ti­cal Await You in Oakridge


Sun­day June 26th to Wednes­day June 29th2022


Because Oakridge is one of our favorite places to ride. And the flow­ers should be peak­ing around then. And we’re ready for some human interaction.


We’ve secured the rem­nants (thanks COVID) of the Ibis demo fleet for rentals for the Migra­tion. Give us your info, show up, we’ll have a bike for you. Rental fee includ­ing fit, trans­porta­tion and the bike will be $200 and we are donat­ing half of the pro­ceeds to the a local trail group (TBD). Demo reser­va­tions will be allot­ted to the lot­tery win­ners on a first request­ed basis.


Some of us will camp (tent or Sprinter/​camper), some of us will stay in a very nice house. Below are a few pho­tos of the accom­mo­da­tion and camp­ing area. 

If you don’t want to camp, we have a few spots inside The Lodge at Hills Creek and at the Hills Creek Hide­away. This is a fan­cy B&B style expe­ri­ence. Note that you tent and sprint­er campers need to bring your own bed­ding (if that isn’t total­ly obvious).

A short walk from each camp spot is a show­er and toilet.


Cost for the com­plete Ibis Migra­tion pack­age depends on your accommodation

Sprint­er Dwellers: $600 per dweller

Tent Dwellers: $600 per dweller

Queen Room Dwellers $850 per dweller dou­ble occupancy

Queen Room Dwellers $1350 per dweller sin­gle occupancy

Twin Room Dwellers: $850 per dweller

Non-rid­ing Sprint­er or tent dwelling par­tic­i­pants: $400

Please leave the kids and dogs at home


Due to the over­whelm­ing pop­u­lar­i­ty of the Ibis Migra­tions, and the fact that we only have 24 spots avail­able for the Oakridge Migra­tion, in order to be fair to all we had a lot­tery for tickets. 

Here’s how it worked:

  • Give us your name and email between now and Thurs­day March 31st at 5PM PST
  • We will then export the list of all hope­ful Migrators
  • That list will be ran­dom­ized by ran​dom​.org
  • We will draw the first 12 names from that ran­dom­ized list
  • Win­ners will be con­tact­ed imme­di­ate­ly by email, and have until Sun­day April 3rd at 5PM PST to sign up for one or two spots
  • After Sun­day at 5, any remain­ing spots will then be offered to the next peo­ple in the ran­dom­ized list until we are full


Do I need to own an Ibis to par­tic­i­pate?
No, you don’t have to own an Ibis. We are accept­ing both cur­rent and future Ibisians into the mix.

Are kids invit­ed?
Please leave the kids and dogs home (with an adult of course).

How can I con­tact you with ques­tions?
Email migration@​ibiscycles.​com and we’ll do our best to shoot a response back with­in a day.