Airborne

Discussion in 'Road Cycling' started by rleite, Jul 31, 2004.

  1. rleite

    rleite New Member

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    My son has been offered the opportunity to join a race team but would be required to buy an Airborne bike. Does anyone have any advice or input about Airborne bikes or titanium frames in general? I am also wondering if anyone has any information on Team Airborne. Any input anyone can give would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  2. gntlmn

    gntlmn New Member

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    Is that the way it generally works if you join a team? You buy the bike of your sponsor? Hmmm. I was thinking you would ride your own unless they bought one for you.

    I guess that could be pretty expensive, depending on the bike. Titanium frames are very expensive. They are also very light and very strong.
     
  3. xcspace

    xcspace New Member

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    I purchased an Airborne Zeppelin this year and have loved it for racing.

    Whenever I've been on a team that required me to ride a particular bike, they provided the bike free of charge (but it had to be returned eventually).
     
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