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by Ed Brazier December 22, 2016 2 min read

IMB Magazine is "the world’s number one online mountain bike magazine", with readers in over 150 countries worldwide and a truly global reach. So to say we're stoked that they reviewed the Edit for issue 45 is an understatement. And the best bit is... they loved it.

We won't reproduce the whole review here; for that you'll have to hit the IMB website or get into the online version of issue 45 (it's free), but we thought we might drop in a few of the more tasty bits just to whet your appetite.

"First impressions of the Edit, out of the box were good, the vibrant orange colourway, with the striking almost agricultural (in a good way) shock linkage cutting through it. It's not that it looks heavy; it just looks solidly built. The Edit looks like a bike that’s going to take all the abuse you can throw at it and come out the other side, with you grinning from ear to ear."

"All in, this is an excellent bike through and through, especially for the price. The Pro build I was sent was great, not much on there you’d want to change, from the desirable cockpit to the reliable SRAM drive chain. Although the lack of internal routing does leave you wanting a more stealthy option with potential for more drop, this is something Airdrop have informed me will be standard on future models."

Their Conclusion:

"If you’re looking for something a bit different, that will push on through the rough and play on the rest, and is home-grown (if you're lucky enough to live in the UK) then look no further. The Edit is a bike with styles for miles and a price tag that’ll leave you with change for an après ride beer and a pork pie."

You can read the full review over on the IMB Magazine website.

Ed Brazier
Ed Brazier

Ed is the owner of Airdrop Bikes. A former web and graphic designer, he sacked off his job one day and decided to start up a bike brand.

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