UPDATED Tuesday 11/19 1PM: We are still planning to demo ride Thursday, with or without PG&E! Please let us know if your plans change at 415-459-3334.
Register now to ride a new Ibis at our next Ibis Demo Event at Sunshine Bikes!
Ibis will be here with full size runs of four of their latest carbon full suspension bikes for 2-hour test rides on local trails. Get your name on one now!
Scroll down for details, and reserve in-store or by phone (415) 459-3334. Pre-reg required.
WHAT TO KNOW
Make a reservation (visit or call 415-459-3334)
Each ride has a suggested $25.00 donation to "Friends of Tamarancho" (check or cash)
- Arrive 15 minutes before your reservation early for paperwork and orientation
- Directions to Sunshine »
- Park in lots on south side of Center or street. Avoid Good Earth parking.
- Rides are maximum 2.5 hours.
- Current California Drivers License
- One valid Major Credit Card per bike to leave as collateral (no debit cards)
- $25.00 suggested donation. Cash or check made to "Friends of Tamarancho" (toward trail maintenance - thank you!)
- Pedals (your if preferred - loaners available SPD/flat)
- Helmet (required)
- Riding shoes
- Under 18? Bring parent or guardian (no exceptions).
SCHEDULEThese are the departure times. When you contact us, please have two time options in mind.
- Ripley 4 - 8:30AM, 11:30AM, 2:30PM
- Ripmo - 8:50AM, 11:50AM, 2:50PM
- Mojo 3 - 9:10AM, 12:20PM
- Mojo HD5 - 9:30AM, 12:30PM
How long can I ride? - We are letting bikes out for 2.5 hours maximum (2.0 hours for our 2:50PM last ride due to 5PM sunset). Thanks for respecting this timeframe.
Can I do Tamarancho in that time? - Yes most people should be able to, even at a leisurely pace.
Do I need a pass for Tamarancho? - Yes (always!). We have complimentary day passes for demo event riders -- just ask!
What if I need to cancel? - Please call us as soon as you know at 415-459-3334 so we can free up your bike for someone else.
What if there's a mechanical or an other issue? - Please keep mobile with you, and call us for non-emergency issues such as a mechanical.
FOR TRUE EMERGENCIES DURING YOUR RIDE, PLEASE CALL 911