"I work with Rueben and Oscar making sure the frames look sweet when they come in, and that all the little rotaty bits are smooth and tight… but not too tight."
"Initially hired part time to help with carbon layup - liked the job and now I help wherever needed!"
"Put the pieces together, triangles into squares, and hopefully making people happy. Bicycles are still the best."
"I help out with production; primarily assembling frames and making sure they are ready to ride."
"I do a little of everything. I check the parts of the bikes, I repair and assemble the parts of the bikes and I clean the workspace."
"I work with our factories to continuously improve upon the quality of our frames. If we find issues during our incoming QC inspections or from warranty claims, I communicate our findings back to the factory and work with them to improve the processes to prevent the defects from occurring again."
"I drive the Demo Van in the Eastern US and let people ride Ibis Bicycles. Basically put smiles on people’s faces."
"Hopefully, I’ll be making your day if you brake any of you Ibis products or, I won’t. Warranty Stuff!"
"I work as a Design Engineer at Ibis. This means that I work with early sketches and ideas and make them real. Since this is Ibis, I also design and machine test equipment, test ride new bikes, and help out wherever else I can."
"QC Guardian Angel. I ensures all frames and parts meet specifications, not only in strength, but in appearance."
"Generally, go around and try to help things run smoothly while simultaneously messing everything up by pushing for new stuff."
"I take product ideas from everyone here, pivot locations from Dave Weagle, industrial design from Roxy, and shake vigorously until a new design comes out. I then work with our manufacturers to make it real."
"I initially started in a carbon lay-up development role and am now transitioning into a more design based role, where I will help make new bikes a reality."
"I put sweet bike parts in boxes and make sure we have enough back stock of sweet bike parts to continue putting more sweet bike parts in more boxes."
"I carefully help knit the quilt of allocation while maintaining an average typing speed of 80WPM. I also retain way too much information regarding fitment and component compatibility, and translate said tech into comprehensible fodder."