Airborne Wingman: A 6061 hydroformed aluminum frame, Marzocchi
Bomber DJ- 3 fork, FUNN cockpit
and Tektro Auriga Comp hydraulic
discs brakes. $670. ;
Dirt Jumper And Pump-Track Bikes
Cove Sanchez: Super burly and strong, the Sanchez
comes with horizontal dropouts and an adjustable rear disc
mount, which allows for a 26-inch rear wheel with disc or
cantilever brakes. The frame is built using custom 4130
chromoly, with a geometry focused on mountain biking’s
street and dirt jump movement. $469 (frame only).
Giant STP SS: The lightweight, dialed-in ride quality of STP’s butted
ALUXX SL alloy frame gives you the boost you need to push new limits.
The low saddle height and taller front end help you stick your landings.
And the adjustable rear dropout system and rear disc-brake mount allow
you to choose between a rear derailleur or single-speed setup. $1550.
Transition PBJ: The all-new PBJ (Pumps, Berms and
Jumps) is Transition’s dirt jumping-specific hardtail, with
more relaxed geometry for hitting up bigger lines at higher speeds. The PBJ features a more BMX-inspired look,
with a taller seat tube and a slacker head angle for more
stability. If you love dirt jumping, the PBJ is a no-compromise hardtail for your riding needs.
Redline D26: The BMX heritage on the D26 gives us
the short rear end, which is easy to kick out for jumping. Front-end toe clearance allows barspins, and the
top tube length gives it great room to maneuver. $950.