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AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike

AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike  
AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike
AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike
AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike
AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike
AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike
AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike
AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike
AZUB IBEX - recumbent bike
Wheels: 26/26 or 24/24
Frame: ALU
Steering: ASS, USS or OC
DESCRIPTION:
wheel size 26/26 incheswheel size 24/24 inches


Ibex is for those who want big wheels. Doesn't matter if you think that 26“ (24“) wheels are faster or if you like gravel roads or even off-road terrain. Azub Ibex is a really fast and comfortable touring bike.

Similarly to Max model, also for Ibex you can choose from a vast range of MTB components, which are commonly available in the market world-wide. You will not be restricted by certain special features of recumbent bikes plus you'll enjoy the perfect ergonomics which all AZUB models are designed for.

The AZUB Ibex has:
  • a bigger front wheel gives improved control in rough terrain and reduces the amount of road shock reaching the cyclist's back.
  • just one size of the tube
  • good storability - the lenght is just a bit bigger than a lenght of a trekking bike

Features of the Azub IBEX include:

super over sized recumbent frame Super-oversized main frame tube
AZUB frames are recognisable by their central frame tube that carries fixations of all major elements, be it the head tube with the front fork, the seat, the rear fork bracket or the luggage racks. This solution not only gives our bikes a maximal stiffness and solidity, hence stable riding behaviour but also an important carriage capacity of its back carrier. You will utmost appreciate our technical solution when fully loaded with several bags behind you as their weight will not influence the riding performance of your recumbent.

ideal position system of azub recumbents IPS - Ideal Position System
This system has made AZUB famous since the brand’s foundation in 2000. It allows riders to find the right position on their AZUB recumbent through a wide range of adjustable seat positions, through the possibility of adjustment their under-seat or upper-seat steering and last but not least, through the possibility of setting the ideal frame length.

Read more about our IPS

sliding seat bracket

Sliding seat bracket
Our new system of saddle
sliding immediately on a frame tube, which is used in all our bikes and trikes represents a further development of our IPS and we are really excited about it. It is really accurate in operation, fast and allows you to adjust your seating position with millimeter accuracy.

In order to facilitate handling, we have placed a guide rail on the frame, which prevents the sleeve from spinning and the angular offset of the seat to the seating plane and pedaling position. The entire bracket is then controlled by two quick releases. The upper one releases the seat, the lower one allows for moving the seat on the frame.

The bracket is made of heavy-duty plastic reinforced with glass fiber and we have been testing it in full operation for many months. The technology we use within its production also guarantees that the frame will remain free of major scratches even in frequent shifting.


 above seat steering foir azub recumbents - ASS
under seat steering for recumbents - uss
open cocpit steering - OC for recumbents

3 types of steering
You can choose from three different styles of steering. It is either the ASS - above seat steering (or as called in US the over seat steering) or the USS – under seat steering or the OC – open cocpit (or as is called superman position, or in Germany „Udf“. Read more about those three types of steering, their advantage and disadvantage in our Buyer`s guide.

 

24 or 26 inch wheels for recumbents

26“ or 24“ wheels
It is fair to mention that the IBEX is not really a bike for smaller riders. The seat bottom height is simply quite high especially with front suspension fork. It makes it difficult to get on and off the bike and also riding in some more difficult conditions makes often problems. We offer 24“ wheels in IBEX so the seat bottom height is lower and this bike can be easily used by people below 175 cm. If you are not sure which size to choose, contact our AZUB dealer or directly us.


options for azub recumbents
different cranksets for azub recumbents

Wide range of options and accessories
We offer an unbelivable range of options and accessories. You can choose from basic Shimano Alivio components through Deore, or XT till Rohloff 14 speed hub. Also SRAM Dual Drive gearing or Alfine gear hubs are available. Not talking about a possibility of electronica shifting or even 18 speed Pinion hubs we build upon special request. Almost everything is possible. Then you can choose from endless list of brake options, cranks, forks, shocks, tyres etc. Also BionX electric motors are available. Not talking about all the accessories we offer you and which can be assembled on your bike. If you need help, please, read our Buyer`s guide or contact AZUB dealer or directly us.


tyre options for AZUB recumbents

Tyres
Tyres are an important part of the bike or trike. With light components, possibly carbon seat and fast Durano tyres, you can have very fast bike, with front suspension, XT components and Racing Ralph tyres you can ride on a serious recumbent mountain bike. Or you can opt for Marathon Plus for long distance adventures or in case you simply do not want to have any punctures. Those are the reasons why we offer such a wide range of tyres.


all different carriers on attached on AZUB recumbent

Carriers
AZUB recumbents are not only perfect for every day use, shorter or longer one day trips, but also for multi-day adventures which often require a lot of equipment and therefor luggage. We have developed a system of carriers which can carry up to six pairs of side bags like Ortlieb Front or Back-Rollers, but we think the best way is to use just four of them but have them on attached on our Expedition extension and Super expedition carrier. That way, you get them as low as possible with what lower the center of gravity significantly and make the ride far more stable. We are pretty proud of this set of carriers.


production of recumbents in The Czech Republic Production in Czech
At AZUB, we are very proud that an overwhelming majority of production process and assembly of our recumbents take place in the Czech Republic. The rest is done in the neighbouring Slovakia. From the first sketch, continuing with bending of tubes, welding until the last screw screwed up, we produce everything in the heart of Europe!

The production process of all parts of our frames is computerized using the CNC technology, be it for welding of parts for the seat fixation or bending of the frame tube itself. You can appreciate human craftsmanship when looking at the visual aspect of welding on AZUB bikes. Their quality and aesthetics are incomparably better than the ones of frames produced in Taiwan or in mainland China.

The assembly of our recumbents takes place at the AZUB headquarters. It is undertaken by experienced mechanics who’ve been building up recumbents for almost a decade. Each bike  is carefully set up according to the height and weight of its future owner and tested prior to shipping. Therefore, when ordering an AZUB bike you can be sure that the bike you’re getting is perfect.

See our production video here.

ergonomic position of controlers on AZUB recumbents


The ergonomic positions of shifting systems and brakes (USS)

Other manufacturers’ recumbents with under-seat steering are equipped with “bar end” or “grip” shifting systems. From our viewpoint, none of them is satisfactory. Especially in combination with non-ergonomic position of brakes as they don’t allow for a simultaneous use of shifting and braking functions. Furthermore, the grip shifts are being positioned on the little-finger side of a rider’s palm. Riders often complain about having difficulties turning the shifts and not having enough stopping power. It becomes almost “mission impossible” to shift when it is raining.

That is also why we focus so much on the ergonomics of our bikes’ components and on their safe and enjoyable usage. When you are riding AZUB recumbent, your brakes are readily available and your gears where you expect them to be. Also, you can choose for a wide array of components that you’ve been used to on classical MTBs or trekking bikes.

At the end the Dura Ace bar end shifters are a standard in recumbent world and many riders like them and require them. That is why we have them in the offer as well.

 

 secure system of the uss

The security system (USS)
All models with under-seat steering are equipped with a technical system that lowers the risk of damaging handlebars in case of falling. The handlebars are connected to the USS steering axis through a special slipping system that allows for their turning in case of an extreme situation such as a fall from a bike. Thanks to this innovation, the handlebars turn inwards and don’t get damaged.

This system also allows you to set the most comfortable distance of the handlebars from the steering axis (about 2 cm) Therefore, it is a part of our IPS.

 

 under seat steering and its sensitivnes

Indirect under-seat steering
All our recumbents can be equipped with under-seat steering (USS). From the very beginning of AZUB, we use the indirect steering or so called linkage system. It results in great maneuverability, tight turning circles, quicker response, and more comfortable riding position as well as better riding experience as the front fork is not too close to the seat. Another advantage of our system is the possibility of steering sensitivity adjustment. It is determined for experienced recumbent riders who can adjust how much the front wheel turn by turning the handlebar.

 


Do you look for even more information about the IBEX? Read our blog where you can find pictures, stories, explanations, tips and tricks and inspiration as well.
PRICE: 2090 EUR
  • Tech talk
  • Equipment
  • Q and A
STEERING: above or under seat steering (ASS or USS) or open cocpit
FRAME: ALU
REAR FORK: suspensioned, ALU
FRONT FORK: rigid or suspensioned
WELD: TIG method
SEAT: composite or carbon-kevlar, size M, L and XL
SEATPAD: standart 50 mm
SEAT ANGLE (to road): 23-40°
SEAT ADJUST RANGE: lenght 130 mm, height 60 mm, angle 17°
(everything by two quick releases within couple of seconds)
FRAME ADJUST RANGE: lenght 200 mm (by adjusting of the boom)
WHEELS: 26"/26“ or 24“/24“
WHEELBASE: 1040 mm
TOTAL LENGHT: min 170 cm (same as standard bike)
TOTAL HEIGHT: min 120 cm
SEAT BOTTOM HEIGHT: min 65 cm (24“ - 62 cm)
BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT: min 77 cm (24“ - 74 cm)
BARS WIDE: USS 65 cm, ASS 45 cm
BARS ADJUSTING: different lenghts and angles
CHAIN LEAD: PA tube (almost no friction)
RECUMBENT WEIGHT: around 16 kg (according to the type)
MAX. LOAD: 125 kg

COLORS:

orangeorange RAL 2004 light bluelight blue RAL 5012 redred RAL 3000 light greenlight green RAL 6018
stone greystone grey 7030 blackblack RAL 9005 whitewhite RAL 9003 yellowyellow RAL 1021
Wide range of options, accessories, colors etc. Just look into our buyer's guide here.




feel free to ask, if you have any question

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juralaufhund@gmail.com (Jeff Green)22.12.2015
I am trying to decide between the Max and Ibex. Can one, at a later date if desired, update or swap the rear assembly of the Ibex for the Max rear assembly?
Answer by AZUB BIKE:
Hallo Jeff,
There are significant differences between MAX and IBEX frame, so it is not possible to do such a change without high cost.
Best regards Patrik Ištok
gwwisman@comcast.net (George Wisman)08.03.2015
I want open cockpit steering. What kind of shifters do you recommend? Also, how many spokes are on the 26" Remerx Power Strong rims?
Answer by AZUB BIKE:
Hello George. It is possible to use all kinds of shifters depending on what you prefer and what you are used to. Majority of AZUB bikes with OC are equipped with trigger shifters. Twist shifter may be a bit difficult to operate when wet (rain, sweat). Therefore, we offer trigger shifting even for Sram Dual Drive. However, in case you prefer twist shifters or bar ends, no problem, we can do that. Best Regards, Milan Čtvrtník
jerome.bouat@laposte.net (Jérôme Bouat)04.05.2014
Hello,


What about shipping your bikes with a single crankset and a 10-42 cassette ?

The bike would be lighter : no gear command and actuator for a single
crankset.

SRAM provides 10-42 cassette and Shimano a 11-40 cassette.
Answer by AZUB BIKE:
Hello, we are happy that you like our bikes so that you have questions about them :-) AZUB is known for the custom builds and so the answer is that we can build it with such configuration if you want. In our eyes these components are still a bit too expensive and most of our customers look for reliability and longetivity instead of low weight. But as I said, all is possible. Have a nice day, Honza Galla
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