Today we’re excited to announce that four new Airborne models are now available. It’s bittersweet as our Flight Crew has been putting these frames through the paces for the past 12+ months. Here’s what we’ve been working on.
A stiff and responsive carbon XC hardtail 29er ready to go the distance. SRAM Eagle equipped, this bike was built to go fast. When your riding demands the best in any conditions, even the worst ones, the Airborne Night Goblin 29 takes it all on in stealthy style.
Grant yourself all-mountain access with the Airborne Toxin 29. Built with tried and true aluminum frame construction for a stiff, lively feel, this 150/140mm full suspension trail bike was created to be ridden hard and put away dirty.
If you’re looking for a bike with some girth and grit that can hold up to your demands, look no further than the all-new Airborne Plague 27.5. This 170/160mm enduro bike do-it-all beast, ready and willing to go anywhere in any conditions.
We went all-in on the Airborne Hob Goblin 29er. This light-travel, full suspension, carbon fiber, XC-oriented model is the perfect bike for hammering out miles or sneaking in an after work session at the local trail. USA assembled and tuned by our in-house mechanic for the most dialed ride possible, the Hob Goblin 29 is as good as it gets.
We’re finally back at the races, and Airborne’s dynamic duo of Tommy Zula and Collin Hudson are right back to where they left off; going head-to-head in the pump track finals! Read on to find out what went down this weekend in Arkansas...
As he’s done for the past few seasons, Tommy Zula loaded up the sprinter van and set his sights west to escape the Ohio winter in the early months of 2021. This year, TZ was joined by his Airborne teammate, Jutt Wood. The two linked up with photographer/filmer Stephen Smith once they arrived in California and got to work and this edit is the result.