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#1 2006-10-11 8:13am

Captain Judd
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From: Texas
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2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

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2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

Airborne Miss Behavin'

Took me two years to build this bike, when I dropped down to forklift driver-I'm glad those days are gone-when I got it from the bike shop-after they had put it all together the brand new Z-rims were slightly scuffed. Those buggers at the bike shop just couln't resist-I don't blame them-everyone that rides this bike begs me for it-when I was a kid A Ti bike was the Holy grail of bmx.Igot this frame from Airborne when the price dropped to $299!
I agree, very sweet bike, I have one in the museum, that has ti spokes also.


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#2 2006-12-18 6:22pm

elfdoublecross
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Registered: 2006-09-22
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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

how much were these new?


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#3 2007-01-16 12:45am

Captain Judd
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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

Elfdoubleross-thanks for the question.The last year of production , these frames jumped up and down between$700 & $300 dollars.


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#4 2007-01-20 2:27pm

elfdoublecross
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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

thanks for the info.


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#5 2007-01-20 3:10pm

lord_athlon
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From: Tucson, AZ
Registered: 2006-10-03
Posts: 342
Bikes: 6

Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

i remember the ads in Snap with the bombshell ww2 type pinup. Then i noticed there was a sweet frame in the ad too.


Used to be into Old school race bikes, now im only into Mid school Haros for the most part.

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#6 2007-01-24 6:47pm

elfdoublecross
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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

pinups are frickin great! oh yeah so are bikes, i guess!


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#7 2007-11-30 9:29pm

Winnfield
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Registered: 2007-10-09
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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

OK, OK, you have a deal. I'll give you 300 for it smile

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#8 2007-12-21 7:57pm

Captain Judd
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From: Texas
Registered: 2006-10-10
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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

Huh ........wonder why Winnfield is banned-well guys none of my bikes are for sale-sorry.


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#9 2008-02-03 10:50pm

bronchogg
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Registered: 2007-08-16
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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

The bottom bracket looks high on these.  Any info or feedback?

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#10 2008-03-18 1:59am

Captain Judd
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From: Texas
Registered: 2006-10-10
Posts: 76
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Re: 2001 Airborne Miss Behavin'

Bronchogg-thanks for the comment ,you are very observant-yes the bottom bracket is high.....the bike rides a little weird at first,especially w/the graveyard OG bars w/3 degrees of sweep but you get used to it -there are still alot of reviews and test articles of this bike online they could probably explain the bike better than me.


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