Sales of the Airdrop Edit have gone well this year, and we have another batch of frames in production. But they won't be available until March 2017 so we thought it best to update everyone on what we have in stock right now. This is it until March, so if you're in the market for an Edit, it's worth taking a look.
Rick's a customer of ours, and he really likes his bike. So much so that he and a friend made a short video at their local trails. Rick says it's "not spectacular" but that's not the point. He's clearly enjoying just riding his bike, and that's what it's all about. Thanks Rick - this really made my day.
Airdrop Bikes is now able to accept payments through Apple Pay. With Apple Pay, you can check out using Safari on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. And with our newly enhanced SSL 256-bit encryption, shopping with us is even more secure.
A lot of Airdrop customers ride their Edits pretty hard. It may be a 150mm travel bike, but it’s more than capable on rowdy trails. So when Cane Creek announced a shock that can “bridge the gap between trail bikes and long-travel downhill rockets,” we knew we needed to investigate.
Shovel & Pick MTB has simple intentions, to provide an alternative perspective on Mountain Bike media. S&P aims to inspire and promote conversation about Mountain Biking. This is a transcript of an interview given with Shovel & Pick in September 2016.
Brett is a professional trials rider so he is very particular about his bike setup; everything has to be dialled. So we were very happy to help him build up this baller Edit custom bike with DVO Diamond forks and Topaz rear shock.
When Aaron contacted us he was having trouble finding a mountain bike to the right spec and within his budget. So we produced a custom build for him, ideal for shredding the trails in his local mountains in Spain. This is Aaron's bike.
Word is spreading and we're building some great bikes for people. It's not possible to share everything before it goes out, but every now and then we get a few minutes spare to take some photos. This is Alex's bike.