Ibis Migration: Itinerary Announced

We recently announced an exciting partnership with Ibis, to launch the first of many Ibis Migrations.   We’ll be in St. George, UT for three days beginning on November 18th with incredible rides planned, amazing after-ride parties, and just generally hanging out and having a killer time with fellow Ibis fans.

If you’re thinking about joining us, check out this itinerary we’ve put together… this should put you over the edge.  Book soon, because space is very limited and it’s filling up fast!


Day 1 (November 18th):  We’ll plan to meet at our weekend lodging (TBD) at 12:00 to get you checked in and stocked up.  Once signed in, we’ll get everyone set up with their choice of Ibis demo bikes!  You’ll be able to stash your luggage in the rooms and will have time to gear up before we load up the shuttles and head to Gooseberry Mesa, one of the best slickrock rides in the world.

Our guides know every inch of the trail, so we’ll explore for a few hours- expect to ride about 15 miles.  Be sure to eat a big lunch, you’re going to need the energy for this one.  After today’s ride, we’ll end up at Over the Edge in Hurricane for a hearty catered dinner and beers…. and lots of time to tell riding stories!



Day 2 (November 19th): First things first, we’ll have breakfast brought in so everyone is fueled up and ready to go.  Oh yeah, and don’t worry about nutrition on the trail- we have everyone covered with a custom-made box full of goodies from The Feed.  Today we’ll have two options for riding: Little Creek Mesa and a JEM Trail Shuttle, or the Hurricane Rim IMBA Epic.  Both rides will bearound 25 miles, and both are mind-blowingly fun.

Little Creek is full of flowy singletrack and slickrock tech sections, while Hurricane Rim is more XC-oriented; both are killer options with beautiful scenery abound.  The day will end yet again with our friends at Over the Edge- another amazing dinner (and beers), along with some games and contests to keep everyone entertained.  We’ll wrap up the day after dinner with shuttles back to our lodging for the night. 



Day 3 (November 20th):  Here we go again- breakfast will be delivered in the morning to our accommodations, and we’ll be able to keep all our gear in the rooms for a late checkout.  We’ll get a slightly earlier start on Day 3 to make sure everyone has time to catch flights or drive home.  For today’s ride, we’ll head over to the west side of St. George to take on the anticline riding of Zen, Barrel, and Bearclaw Poppy.

These rippin’ trails are totally different than the mesa riding- and more technical- but are just as much (if not more) fun.  After having fun for a few hours, expect to be back at our lodging and checked out of the hotel by 1:00.



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AUTHOR: Steve Mokan

Steve is the owner (and founder) of Chasing Epic Mountain Bike Adventures, and contributes regularly to our blog. He's passionate about providing customers with incredible mountain bike vacations, and he loves photography and travel when he's not working. Truthfully, he loves those things when he is working too.