Edit v2 Pro

Availability of Edit v2

Check the table below to get the latest update on stock levels of the Edit v2 frames. We work hard to keep everything in stock, but these frames are in high demand. If your preference is out of stock, you can preorder to reserve stock - contact us for more info.

 Size Colour Availability
Small Raw In Stock
Orange In Stock
Black Preorder - Stock due in December
Medium Raw Sold Out
Orange Preorder - Stock due in December
Black Preorder - Stock due in December
Large Raw Preorder - Stock due in December
Orange Preorder - Stock due in December
Black Preorder - Stock due in December

Last updated: 20/11/17

The Edit v2 Pro now features the new 2018 Rockshox Pike RC fork with Charger 2 damper, SRAM GX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain and the latest Reverb stealth dropper with 1x remote lever. This is a serious build kit with no compromises.

The Edit v2 frame was designed and developed in Sheffield, and the idea was always to produce a proper mountain bike. That means aggressive, up to the minute geometry, quality construction and dialled aesthetics. Nothing too flashy: just a bike that's fast & fun to ride, easy to maintain and will never let you down.

Our simple but effective ethos carries over to the build kit. The Rockshox Pike fork has always been the leader in it's class, but the new 2018 model is even better with an updated charger 2 damper and new lowers that are both stronger and lighter (they look better too). We've also upgraded to the new GX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain and the Reverb Stealth dropper has the 1x remote lever, which is a massive improvement over the original push-type design. Add to that a Hopetech Pro 4 Enduro wheel set, SRAM Guide 4-pot hydraulic discs and finishing kit from WTB and Joystick. All stuff that we've ridden on our own bikes and we know is up to the task. We put a lot of emphasis on getting all the little details right. 

When you buy a bike it's worth considering the long-term. That's why we keep a full catalogue of frame spares including bearing kits and replacement dropouts. You can even replace the decals.

The Edit v2 Pro would be a great option as a privateer Enduro race bike or a hard-hitting trail bike.

Bike Features

  • 2018 Rockshox Pike RC Debonair 160 Fork
  • Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3 Shock
  • Rockshox Reverb Stealth Dropper with 1x Remote
  • SRAM GX Eagle 1x12 Groupset
  • Hopetech Pro 4 Enduro Wheelset
  • SRAM Guide R Brakes
  • WTB Vigilante/Trail Boss Tyres
  • WTB Volt Race Saddle
  • Joystick Analog Stem & 8-Bit bar
Airdrop Edit v2 Pro Bike

  • The Edit v2 Pro uses build kit that we’ve tried & tested. We know everything works together and we know it’s a rad bike. But like all our bikes, it’s built to order, and we’re happy to make changes to the spec to suit your needs. If you want to change something, no problem. The best thing to do is contact us.

    Frame Airdrop Edit v2 150mm
    Fork 2018 Rockshox Pike RC Debonair 160 (boost 110)
    Rear Shock Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair
    Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/56
    Headset Spacers Cane Creek Interlok Composite 5mm
    Rear Axle Rockshox Maxle 142x12mm
    Seatpost Rockshox Reverb Stealth B1 with 1x Remote
    Seat Clamp System X
    Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle 1x12
    Shifter SRAM GX Eagle 1x12
    Cassette SRAM GX Eagle XG-1275 10-50
    Chain SRAM GX Eagle
    Cranks SRAM GX Eagle 170mm DM32
    Bottom Bracket
    SRAM GXP Team
    Brakes SRAM Guide R
    Rotors SRAM Centerline 180mm
    Hopetech Pro 4 Enduro
    Tubeless Setup
    Effetto Mariposa Rim Tape with Caffélatex Sealant
    Tyres WTB Vigilante Front / WTB Trail Boss Rear
    Stem Joystick Analog 35mm Reach, 31.8mm Clamp
    Handlebars Joystick 8-Bit Alloy 800mm Wide, 20mm Rise, 31.8mm Clamp
    Saddle WTB Volt Race
    Grips Ergon GA2
  • The Edit frame's geometry is designed around a 150-160mm travel single crown fork. We recommend using a 35-50mm stem. More in-depth information on geometry can be found on our Geometry Tech page.

    Airdrop Edit v2 Geometry
    Size Small Medium Large
    A Seat Tube 420 445 470
    B Effective Top Tube 600 620 640
    C Reach 434.7 453.1 468.2
    D Stack 593.2 597.8 611.6
    E Chainstay 435 435 435
    F Head Tube 115 120 125
    G Head Tube Angle 66° 66° 66°
    H Seat Tube Angle 70.5° 70.5° 70.5°
    Effective Seat Tube Angle 76° 76° 76°
    I Bottom Bracket Drop -10 -10 -10
    J Wheelbase 1175.4 1195.8 1220
    K Fork Length 542 542 542
    L Fork Offset 46 46 46

    All measurements in mm. Based on a 150mm fork.

  • The Edit frame was designed in Sheffield and developed on trails throughout the UK. Everything is built to be simple but effective. Knowing that many of you would be building your own bikes, we've used only tried-and-tested technologies and standards - including a threaded bottom-bracket shell, tapered head-tube and a 142x12mm bolt-through rear axle.

    If you have any questions regarding compatibility, please contact us.

    Frame Airdrop Edit
    Material 6061 T-6 Alloy
    Travel 150mm
    Wheel Size 27.5" (650b)
    Bottle Cage Mount Yes
    Front Mech Mount No
    Rear Shock Size 200 x 57mm
    Rear Shock Mount 22.2mm x M8
    Bottom Bracket 73mm BSA30 threaded
    Chain Guide Mount ISCG05
    Headset Top 1 1/8" / 44mm inset (ZS44)
    Headset Bottom 1 1/2" / 56mm inset (ZS56)
    Seatpost Diameter 30.9mm
    Seat Clamp Diameter 35mm
    Rear Axle 142 x 12mm Rockshox Maxle
    Rear Brake Mount Post
    Minimum Rotor Size 180mm
    Maximum Rotor Size 203mm
    Maximum Tyre Size 27.5" x 2.4"
    Cable Routing External with Stealth Dropper
  • People come in all shapes and sizes, and we all have different preferences. This sizing information is intended to be a guide, and for most people it will be sufficient to make the right choice. But if you would like to discuss sizing or if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

    Airdrop Edit Frame Small Medium Large
    Rider Height (cm) 150 - 175cm 170 - 185cm 180 - 195cm
    Rider Height (in) 5' - 5'8" 5'7" - 6' 5'11" - 6'4"



  • We often get asked these questions so we've put together some quick answers for you. More information is available on our Tech Pages, Shipping and Warranty Pages.

    How long does it take to build a bike?
    Normally around a week for a standard bike. If you have custom options it can take longer but we make this clear in your custom build quote. Things can be a little slower at busy times, but we keep you posted on progress.

    Can I make changes to the build kit?
    Yes. All our bikes are built to order so we’re happy to customise for you. The best thing to do is contact us and we’ll produce a custom build quote for you.

    Can I have a different length dropper post?
    We put a 150mm Stealth Reverb on as standard, but if you’d rather have a 125mm or a 170mm Reverb, no problem. Contact us after you’ve placed your order to discuss.

    How much does shipping cost?
    Shipping costs vary depending on what you order and where you live. Take a look at our Shipping Page for more information.

    The size & colour I want is out of stock. Can I preorder?
    If it's out of stock now, chances are it's due back in soon. If you'd like to reserve one your can place a preorder. Contact us.

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