WE ARE CURRENTLY SOLD OUT OF EDIT V3 FRAMES
NEXT STOCK DUE OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2020
Both Vertigo and Airdrop are small rider owned companies. We never carry huge amounts of stock but we try our best to get you the bike you want as quick as we can. The trouble is the bikes are so good Airdrop keep running out of them!
If you are interested in becoming part of the Airdrop family get in touch with us and we can see what we can do.
Each Airdrop we sell is custom built to each customers requirements. No two are the same. We have a standard SRAM/Rockshox build kit we use which gives amazing value for the component spec but we are happy to work with you to spec your dream bike.
Already have the parts or just want to buy a frame, no problem, frame and shock options are also available.
WILL MY OLD PARTS FIT IF I BUY A FRAME?
The Edit V3 frame uses the latest industry standards:
148mm Boost rear hub spacing
A 73mm threaded Bottom Bracket, which means you can run any threaded BSA30 bottom bracket on the market. Just make sure it's the 73mm length version.
A tapered head tube that accept inset headsets. They're sometimes referred to as semi-integrated headsets. For the Edit V3 you'll need a ZS44mm top and ZS56mm bottom.
IS THERE A WARRANTY?
Airdrop frames are covered by a TWO YEAR warranty that entitles the original purchaser to a repair or replacement in the event of a manufacturing defect. This covers faulty materials and workmanship, but not normal wear and tear or accidental damage.
I NEED AN AIRDROP IN MY LIFE!
HOW DO I GET ONE?
As they are a small company, they don't have a warehouse full of stock, so you might need to have a bit of patience to get what you want. But it will be worth the wait! We will carry some frames and build kits in stock, and we will work with you to help work out your dream build and make it a fun, enjoyable process. We want to be part of the fun journey that is building your dream bike. We will be as excited as you will be!
GET IN TOUCH
Flick us an email at or give us a call on 034428378. Alternativly give Ed or James at Airdrop an email to get their advice too, they would love to help you on your journey,