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    Airborne Owners - Where Do You Live

    After becoming a proud, excited owner of a new Seeker I felt like I instantly joined a unique group of riders. Sort of like a brotherhood, all because we share in riding something we're extremely proud of owning - Airborne Mountain Bikes. I've always hoped, so far, while out on the trails that I can represent the name well, that if my bike ever does go Airborne that I'm still secured to the handlebars, pedals, seat, etc., and not finding myself Airborne in a totally different direction.

    Okay, to the point of this thread. I'd like to know where all the Airborne owners live across this country and beyond. Perhaps even what state has the highest representation (not for competition sake), but just wonder where the highest numbers are. I'll start the response to this thread:

    Troy, OH

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    Airborne Owners - Where Do You Live

    I have a Silver Goblin in Eaton, OH and have a friend that I ride with that has a red Guardian.

    Hope to see you at JBSP sometime.
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    Money doesn't buy happiness, but you can buy a bike, and that is pretty close.

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    Globlin in Maryland (Its not big enough to worry about the town ).

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    Herndon, VA - Green Goblin
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    Shelton Connecticut, where the beer flows like wine

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    Highlands Ranch, CO - New Goblin.

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    Hobgoblin XO, winter park florida!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crank2Go View Post
    After becoming a proud, excited owner of a new Seeker I felt like I instantly joined a unique group of riders. Sort of like a brotherhood, all because we share in riding something we're extremely proud of owning - Airborne Mountain Bikes. I've always hoped, so far, while out on the trails that I can represent the name well, that if my bike ever does go Airborne that I'm still secured to the handlebars, pedals, seat, etc., and not finding myself Airborne in a totally different direction.

    Okay, to the point of this thread. I'd like to know where all the Airborne owners live across this country and beyond. Perhaps even what state has the highest representation (not for competition sake), but just wonder where the highest numbers are. I'll start the response to this thread:

    Troy, OH
    Nice subject!

    I have stats on our sales for the past couple of years so I actually know where the most buyers are, but that doesn't mean they are the most active on internet/forums. Will be interesting to see the responses here in this thread.

    Most of you probably already know this but I live in Bellbrook, Ohio not far from Airborne World HQ in Centerville, OH.


    Airborne's I own personally:

    Taka DH with X9 and Boxxer fork (will be swapping parts over to a production Pathogen frameset soon)

    Wingman (mostly stock)

    Silver Goblin build with X7/X9, SID, and CrossMax wheels

    Delta CX with Rival/Apex and a few changes from stock (commuter/errand bike)

    Airborne ****** ***** prototype with X0, SID World Cup Fork, Thomson carbon bars/post, Black Flag Pro wheels

    Airborne (orange soon to be black) HobGoblin with X9/X7, FSA SLK cockpit, Manitou Tower Pro fork, Cole 29er Lite Wheels

    Goblin EVO (brand new production model, completely stock, just took possession this week)

    Airborne Carbon Road prototype with SRAM RED, FSA carbon cockpit, and Ksyrium wheels

    Airborne Carbon Road prototype with SRAM FORCE and Easton wheels (foul weather road bike)

    Thanks!

    Jeremy
    Airborne Dude.

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    Chattanooga, TN - bought a new Guardian for my wife.

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    Airborne Owners - Where Do You Live

    Mmm... Carbon road bikes...

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    Hey all...there's a Green Goblin and a "classic" Delta living in Wethersfield, CT

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    I have a Taka and Zeppelin Elite in Guyton, GA (outside of Savannah)

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    S. Central WI, where the winter will be hanging on forever.

    (Hopefully back in the wilds of the PNW next year...)

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    Absolute center of Minnesota (not in any town)....and "Westorbust", I share your misery. Goes with the territory, I guess.

    Goblin 2.0 X9, 1x10, etc., etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeinMinn View Post
    Absolute center of Minnesota (not in any town)....and "Westorbust", I share your misery. Goes with the territory, I guess.

    Goblin 2.0 X9, 1x10, etc., etc.
    Ha, well It's pretty hollow to complain about it, especially since up till about 20 years ago winters like this were far more common. The plus side is that after a bunch more winters like this, the Great Lakes water levels will rise again.

    It's going to be a very long "spring".

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