Decal Info

Please be sure to read the descriptions of the decals carefully before ordering. Decals vary not only by model, but by size and type of finish. For example, the panel style downtube decals are different for the different sizes of bikes, due to the fact that the downtube diameter varies with size. We often use a different style of decal on a Titanium surface than on a painted surface. And a powdercoated bike often needs yet a different decal.

To buy an entire decal set, you’ll need to order the decals individually (unless otherwise noted). There are too many possibilities to put sets together.

The newer panel style decals are referenced by appropriate downtube diameter, rather than model name or size. You will need to be able to measure the diameter of your downtube. If you don’t have a caliper but you do have a flexible tape, you can measure the circumference and divide by pi to get the diameter. You just need to be close, it’s not necessary to have the perfect width. Sometimes the panel decals overlap a bit on the bottom, sometimes there is a small gap at the bottom of the downtube.

The banner style decals are one-size-fits-all.



How to Use This Site:

There are nearly 90 types of decals represented here. Styles from the very beginning to the 2002 year are represented. Even so, not all Ibis decals ever made are represented. I am attempting to have decals from as many bikes and years as possible. If there is something that you want which is not here, write me an email and I'll see what I can do to source them for you.

I am attempting to keep prices low and the site very simple. Payments are usually arranged through PayPal. You can use your credit card or debit card or if you want to make it really complicated do a bank transfer. If you want to make it really complicated, you can send me a check in the mail, but frankly, that's a pain in the neck for both of us. You have to wait for the check to clear before your decals are sent; I have to make a trip to the bank and then follow-up to see if the check has cleared. If you're savvy enough to use a computer to navigate to this site, you're savvy enough to use the secure PayPal shopping cart feature. If for some reason you hate PayPal, there's the check option mentioned above, or I suppose you could also send cash in the mail. I guess this will be one way to find out if my new mailman is honest or not. There's another possibility for payment too: make me an offer I can't refuse. Let's say you have a '61 Jaboulet la Chapelle that's gathering dust. I can relieve you of the burden of storing it.

I am accepting orders via the website only (unless you make me an offer I can't refuse). This is an easier way for me to keep track of the transactions and my inventory is updated automatically. In other words, no phone orders please.