a move that is sure to catch most of the industry by surprise, Ibis Bicycles
unveiled today the first prototype of the new Ibis motorcycle. Along with
the announcement, Ibis showed a detailed photograph of the bike, revealing
much about its technology. |
"As you can see from the picture, Ibis has been working on our motorcycle
technology for a long time, over 70 years in fact," said Scot Nicol, Ibis'
head groundskeeper and spokesman.
No specific technical details about the bike were revealed. The current
code name for this bike is the Pong.
"We can't tell you at this time what it stands for, if anything," said Ibis
facilities manager Scot Nicol. If you think you know, send us an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll let you know if you're right.
Ibis originally intended to reveal the new Motorcycle on the first day of
April. But development of the bike was ahead of schedule, so the announcement
came out early.
"While it's true that Cannondale today revealed their flexible chainstay
C3PO bike, we don't want this to be construed as a tit for tat announcement,"
said Ibis chief strategist Chuck Ibis, alluding to the fact that Ibis has
been producing flexible chainstay bikes for some time. "Cannondale has nothing
to do with this, it is a strategic move that has one and only one purpose:
to get Ibis back on Zap's radar screen."
Ibis' Motorcycle Design from 70 Years Ago
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