The Airborne Miss Behavin' is the best commercially available 3Al/2.5V aerospace-grade titanium BMX / Jump / Street frame on the planet. Stiff, strong, and stalwart, backed with a lifetime warranty. Put it to the test. The 3Al/2.5V aerospace-grade titanium frames weigh 4.2 lbs., Geometry? How's about 74/71-head/seat angle, 21-inch top tube, 15-inch chain stays, and a 38-inch wheelbase. Ridden and tortured by world renown BMX champion Charles Townsend.
from Auckland, New Zealand
Date Reviewed: January 5, 2008
Strengths: ridgid frame no flex around the bottom bracket. reliable, high bottom bracket meant good ground clearance so Rider could pedal over rollers e.t.c, looks unique never seen any one else ride one.
Weaknesses: heavier than most other race frames available, weird steering geometry, high bottom bracket meant didn't feel planted while cornering hard, also doesn't feel right in the air.
sweet frame looked the part too, rode it for one season but decided to move back to riding an FMF frame
Bike Setup: cane creek headset, macneil silencer, bar odi rogue grips, easton atom stem answer carbon scythe fork, amoeba carbon cranks ,euro conversion kit for bottom bracket, avid single digit 5 brakes shimano dx hubs laced to velocity rims and stainless spokes.