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    The Exie is a World-Cup capable cross-country race bike that flat out shreds. With a sub 2,000g frame weight and dw-link suspension, it offers a stunning combination of pedaling efficiency and downhill performance. Ibis designed, built, and test­ed it in their Santa Cruz factory, which is pow­ered by the warm Cal­i­for­nia sunshine.

    Ibis builds each Exie in their North­ern Cal­i­for­nia fac­to­ry. This gives them the utmost con­trol, which enables them to hit remark­able frame strength, stiff­ness, and weight tar­gets for this frame. 

    Whether you’re rac­ing short track or on a mul­ti day epic, the Exie’s seat tube angles allows you to har­ness your strongest mus­cles, while reduc­ing any poten­tial knee or wrist strain. We’ve also steep­ened the seat tube angles as the frames get larg­er, to allow rid­ers with dif­fer­ent inseams to achieve the same rid­ing positions.

    Don’t squan­der a sin­gle watt. The dw-link sus­pen­sion plat­form offers incred­i­ble climb­ing effi­cien­cy and trac­tion along with plush, down­hill-crush­ing goodness.

    Ibis uses bush­ings where it makes sense and bear­ings where it doesn’t. The IGUS bush­ings in the low­er link are lighter, stiffer, and vir­tu­al­ly main­te­nance free. They’ve also added fea­tures like a thread­ed bot­tom brack­et to help make any future main­te­nance easy.

    Inter­nal cable rout­ing doesn’t have to be a pain. They have added inter­nal tubes to their tubes, no pick­sets, flash­lights, or swear words required.

    You can run over­built, chunky tires; you can run light, big vol­ume fast tires, but what­ev­er you run, you’re not lim­it­ed by width.

    The Exie has clear­ance for two water bot­tles inside the front tri­an­gle on every size frame.

    Drop the ham­mer, not your chain.

    Seven Year Manufacturer Warranty: "If it’s our fault, we’ll fix it. Sim­ple as that."