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Ibis Dreambike Giveaway

Donate $5 or more by June 30, 2024 to support local and statewide trail advocacy.

Support Local and State Advocacy for Bike-Friendly Trails
For A Chance To Win A Brand New Ibis of Your Choice!

The Monterey Off-Road Cycling Association (MORCA) and California Mountain Biking Coalition (CAMTB) are thrilled to announce a partnership with another iconic California manufacturer, Ibis Cycles, to support California Mountain Biking Month in June 2024 AND our mission of realizing more and better bike-friendly trails in California.

Donate $5 or more below by June 30, 2024, and you’ll automatically be entered into our Ibis Dreambike Giveaway drawing. One lucky donor will take home a brand new Ibis of their choice* with the finest components from SRAM, Fox, Shimano, Maxxis, and more. Contributions must be made by June 30, 2024 @ 11:59 PM Pacific to be included in the drawing.

80% of the donations received via this web page will directly support MORCA’s local trail stewardship and community programs in Monterey County. 20% of your donations will support CAMTB’s trail advocacy efforts at a statewide level!

You can also donate by going to

Drawing Prizes

Grand Prize: CHOOSE YOUR OWN IBIS!  The winner can choose ANY bike of any size in the current Ibis line-up equal to or less than $8,000.00 USD. Winner may optionally upgrade and pay the amount above and beyond $8,000.00 USD prize value.

1st & 2nd Runner Up Prize: Crankbrothers Shoe & Pedal Combination of Your Choice

Giveaway Rules

No purchase necessary to participate. Visit for the complete giveaway rules, including free entry into the campaign.


What Your Donation Supports

Your donation will help fuel our ongoing local, state and federal mountain bike advocacy efforts, including efforts by MORCA in Monterey County which include: 

  • Advocating for a bike park with a progressive skills zone for kids and purpose-built mountain bike trails in Monterey County
  • Improving signage in greater Fort Ord on trails and at trailheads
  • Raising funds to maintain new porta-potties at 8th & Gigling Fort Ord trailhead
  • Advocating for mountain bike access on the Monterey County portion of the California Coastal Trail
  • In partnership with the Bureau of Land Management; re-routing, building, and improving Fort Ord trails
  • Ongoing trail trimming and monthly MORCA Trail Days
  • Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day

About the Partners:

Ride More. Work Less.

On April Fools Day 1981, Scot Nicol hung up his shingle on a funky little shop a few miles east of Mendocino, California. On that day, Ibis was started without money and without a plan. Today they’re located in Santa Cruz with 40 (or so) people working at Ibis. Their 5 owners all work full-time for the company. Hans Heim is the CEO, Tom Morgan is president, Colin Hughes leads the engineering department, Roxy Lo is the designer, and Scot tries to stay out of the way.

Back in 2011, Ibis’ 30th birthday, they decided to recap a few stories and highlights and take a trip down memory lane. They dusted the cobwebs off the old photo albums, went through the archives and tried to remember stuff long since forgotten. They compiled 25 stories, then the weather got good, and they traded typing for pedaling. There’s still about 20 years of history left to write but this should get you started. Read the first 25 stories at

More Trails. Better Trails.

The California Mountain Biking Coalition (CAMTB) leverages the collective voice of California mountain bikers and other human-powered trail riders to expand and enhance bike-friendly trails in California. Together, and with the support of our 35+ member organizations, we advocate for the larger mountain biking community by:

  • Providing a unifying voice for California mountain and gravel bikers across the state
  • Engaging Legislators and Major Land Managers
  • Tracking and influencing legislation and elections
  • Cultivating, connecting, and developing shared resources for bike-friendly trail stewards
  • Facilitating a member-led Advisory Council, our MTB brain-trust
  • Amplifying the amazing land stewardship being undertaken by our member organizations
  • Building Cooperative Cross-Pollinated Community of MTB advocates in California