New frames from Airborne

ps_missbframeAirborne Direct the bike industry’s leading e-commerce company, has introduced three new models, including a single speed and the first commercial production titanium BMX frame, the Miss Behavin’.

The 3Al/2.5V aerospace-grade titanium framed BMX retail for $599, weigh 4.2 lbs., and will be available for the Christmas season. Geometry? Hows about 74/71 head/seat angle, 21-inch top tube, 15-inch chainstays, and a 38-inch wheelbase.

ps_bw_angle_sWith bigger wheels, Airborne is launching its Reynolds 853 steel hardtail and singlespeed bikes, the Black Widow and Sky Hag, respectively, to compliment its existing titanium product line.The $450 Black Widow (frame) and $500 Sky Hag (ditto) feature the same suspension-specific geometry as the titanium Lucky Strike. Handpick every component through www.airborne.net, and your bike comes delivered to your door. A Shimano LX-equipped Black Widow retails for $1,000, while the standard complete Sky Hag package retails for $850. Both models have several upgradeable options. Look for prices to drop significantly on all Airborne MTB prices once Shimano’s 2000 Deore group becomes available.

  1. Eric Lewis

    Greetings. I’m very interested in the AIRBORNE TITANIUM ATB (26″)FRAMES. My needs are off/ on road touring in any and all weather. (Think New Zealand) I’m 5′ 7′ with a 29.5″ inseam and
    a long torso. I like a slightly upright position, not way canted fwd. I need 2′ of standover- it’s not for jumping etc.
    My current bike fits perfectly (Seat tube 16.25 C to C) (17.5 C to Top)( Top Tube 22.5 from seat tube edge to ctr. headset)( Down tube 24 5/8) THIS IS A SERIOUS INQUIRY! THANK YOU

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