German rider and Bike-Traveler Tobias Woggon is changing teams: After nine years with BMC as his sponsor, he’s riding for Ibis Cycles now. Together with the Gehrig-Twins, he’s the third German-speaking acquisition of Ibis for 2015.

Tobias mit seinem neuen Ibis Mojo HD3
Tobias and his new Ibis Mojo HD3 in Finale Ligure

While the Gehrig-Twins plan to compete in the Enduro World Series, Tobias will put his efforts into travel projects: “I’m really looking forward to work with Ibis Cycles and I hope that we realise some great projects together. I’ll retreat from racing and will focus on my big passion, traveling with my bike. There are so many blind spots on the map I’d love to explore“, explains the 26 year old pro-rider his future plans.

Das Mojo HD3 wird ihn bei seinen Trips auf der ganzen Welt begleiten
The Ibis Mojo HD3 will be his travel companion for the upcoming adventures.

The Ibis Mojo HD3, which recently won a Design & Innovation Award, will be his travel companion for the upcoming adventures. “I’m fascinated with the history of Ibis and impressed how much love and engagement Scot and his crew put into the bikes.“, says Tobias.

Tobi nutzt das gute Wetter in Finale, um es ordentlich krachen zu lassen
It looks like, Tobi got used to his new ride really fast…

His first trip with the new bike was to Finale Ligure, where Tobi produced this nice video:


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Words: Aaron Steinke

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