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#1 2006-01-06 9:34am

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2001 Airborne Miss Behavin

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2001 Airborne Miss Behavin

These are super fun bikes, I even have one for the museum.
Airborne
I know Charles Townsend was riding one for awhile.
Although it seems townsendbmx.com doesnt work anymore.
A fairly new company with Titanium bikes!
looks like you can even custom order these bikes.
It seems the comapny has been bought, and moved to europe:
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Airborne has never been a stand alone company; only a brand & product line under ownership of other companies. The brand was started in 1997 by James Raddin under the company name American Sports Design. In 1999 the company was purchased by the Huffy Bicycle Company. Airborne products continued to be sold under this subsidiary until September 2002, when Mr. Raddin started a new company called Echelon Sports Products (ESP), and Huffy agreed to license the Airborne name to ESP. As of September 1, 2005 ESP is no longer licensed to sell or produce Airborne products and as a result, launches their own brand �Flyte� to continue to sell and market bicycles of a similar nature. Currently, Huffy Bicycles maintains ownership of the Airborne trademark and associated intellectual property.


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#2 2006-12-18 6:19pm

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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin

that thing must be really light and really stiff. cool bike


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