BOB Ibex Bike Cargo Trailer

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BOB Fork

Choose the fork to fit your bicycle.

BOB Quick Release

Choose the quick release to fit your bicycle's rear wheel. For rear wheel's with a nutted axle, BOB Nutz are required instead. For rear wheel's with a solid through axle, a Robert Axle is required instead.

BOB DrySAK – optional

Include a waterproof bag for your BOB.

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Overview

Take the roads less traveled with the Ibex’s three inches of adjustable suspension. Ride single-track and washboard roads with up to 70 pounds of gear. The Ibex is also great for city use as well, dampening curbs and potholes on the road.

We offer many options for the BOB Ibex trailer. A typical setup is the BOB standard length fork, the standard spacing BOB quick release and a BOB DrySAK.

Choose the 28 Fork model for use with 700c wheels with fenders as well as 29er mountain bikes. Choose the Yak Santana Fork model for use with Santana Tandems. The Ibex doesn’t have it’s own Santana Fork, however, the Yak Fork fits on just fine. The Santana Fork has wider 160mm spacing in the trailer fork and skewer for compatibility with the wider Santana frame spacing and hubs.

We highly recommend including the BOB DrySAK with your order. For bike touring or around town the BOB DrySAK is a great dry bag for keeping all of your gear dry. Made from durable and waterproof vinyl-coated PVC, the bag offers 5600 cu. in. capacity.

For around town use the Wandertec SAX Cargo Liner is a great addition to the BOB, turning the cargo area of the into a very usable trunk-like container. In combination with the Wandertec Cargo Net, tossing groceries, bags, and whatever else in and out of the BOB is a breeze.

View the BOB Ibex instruction manual.

Features
  • 3″ adjustable-suspension
  • 6 different attachment options to create compatibility for most any bike
  • Includes safety items: trailer flag, trailer fender, and trailer fender reflector
  • Works great with the BOB DrySAK (sold separately as an accessory item)
Specs
  • L x W x H: 63.5cm / 25″ x 40.6cm / 16″ x 45.7cm / 18″
  • Overall Length: 147.3cm / 58″
  • Weight: 7.7kg / 17lbs
  • Weight Capacity: 31.8kg / 70lbs
  • Chromoly Frame
  • Trailer Wheel Size: 16″
Warranty

5 years on frame and fork, 1 year on components.

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11/03/2017
Gary H.
US

BOB Ibex

After 2000 mi with my Yak I upgraded to the Ibex now the Bobster. Easy assembly and structurally sound I can't wait for the next awesomest adventure. The Bobster also doesn't shake the beer up as bad heading home.

BP
09/17/2017
Bundy P.
US

B.O.B. Ibex

I've used it on short trips and am looking forward to putting it to the longer trip test. I've had a Yak trailer for 4000 miles and decided to upgrade to an Ibex after a jarring, NUTZ screw loosing, bottle bracket breaking trip...

KD
05/29/2015
Keith D Weber

BOB Ibex Bike Cargo Trailer

Just used the new trailer on a three day bike trip through the Rocky Mountains. Very happy with the product and also really pleased with how quickly I received it. I would recommend this trailer versus saddlebags after having used both.

DS
05/23/2015
David Swieczkowski

BOB Ibex Bike Cargo Trailer

Just want to Thank Matt for assembling our new IBEX trailer. My wife and I are new to bike touring and we got a lot of great information from Matt and Brian at the Bike Shop Hub. This trailer works GREAT! We now have a trailer and bags from Ortlieb all from the Bike Shop Hub and looking forward to some to great adventures. Anyone needing assistance with their bike accessories and touring, go see Matt and Brian at the Bike Shop Hub in Tucson, AZ.

BB
01/06/2015
Bobby Barger

BOB Ibex Bike Cargo Trailer

The BOB Ibex 28 Plus Suspension Trailer. I purchased the trailer a couple of months ago from The Bike Trailer Shop. The purpose or reason for the purchase is to haul elk meat from within BLM, and National Forest in Colorado this upcoming archery elk season,, my plans anyway. It has gotten more difficult hauling the elk out on my aching back, getting older. I Have a fat bike, big fat tires right, well,, the 28 plus fork does fit the bike kinda,, but not really. The left side of the tire slightly rubbed the inside of the fork, and would have caused damage to the tire. I had to modify the fork via shop tools, all good now. I have pulled the empty trailer about 120 miles, 10 miles at a time, routine ride from the house. The trailer is remarkable, only added 2 minutes to my hilly ride. I loaded a bag of Sakrete concrete on the trailer and rode for about a mile around my driveway to see how she handled a simulated load of elk meat. B.O.B. did great, and I wasn't feeling the effects of a heavy backpack,, SWEET!!.. Once I got the loaded trailer going, I couldn't tell it was back there, well, hardly could tell, a bit top heavy. I will be adding weight in the trailer as I progress in my training... Remember "Train Hard Hunt Easy"....