Airborne B-29 2003 Hardtail

Airborne B-29 2003 Hardtail 

DESCRIPTION

Following the innovation, ingenuity, and longevity of the B-29 airship, Airborne has created the B-29 mountain bike for 2003. Based on our 2003 Lucky Strike design the B-29 uses 29” wheels for increased stability and better rolling characteristics. 29” wheels roll more easily over obstacles while longer tire contact area stays on top of mud or sand. A curved top tube allows for maximum clearance when the going gets tricky. The B-29 frame also uses Airborne’s ENIGMA seat stay yoke providing increased stiffness and additional mud clearance. Available in High Lust Polish, the B-29 is available in 3 sizes (16, 18, 20").

USER REVIEWS

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[May 23, 2003]
JESSE BELLAVIE
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

IT WAS A SOLID BIKE I LOVED IT

Weakness:

NO WEAKNESSES EXCEPT THE FORK I GOT WITH IT WERE AN OLDER VERSION OF ROCK SHOX, INDY'S

VERY GOOD OVER ALL BIKE I WOULD SUGGEST BUYING ONE

Similar Products Used:

MOTOBECANE SUPERLIGHT

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Oct 04, 2003]
Joe
Racer

Strength:

Fits the big rider like no 26" bike can

Weakness:

4.2#, not cheap, not sure what those seatstays are all about

This bike fits like no other bike I have ridden, I think it's the big wheels. I'm 6'4" and the big wheels are great! It handles just great in the tight stuff and really rolls on the flats and downhills. Not so good on the sustained climbs-it's built up at a mighty 27 pounds. But it's a classy way to run the big wheels!

Similar Products Used:

Titus Ti, Aerolite Ti, Specialized Stumpjumper, Marin HT

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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