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    What????

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    Came here looking for info on this, just saw it on Instagram. Hard to tell from the pictures, what exactly is that...?

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    Long travel 29er?
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    New Hobgoblins. Is the one in the rear carbon?
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    They look beautiful! A shame they didn't come out already, could have stolen some of the Jeffsy love.

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    Hope it has a bit more modern geometry ala the Plague. They look cool.

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    More pictures,

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    I'd be all over these. I really, really hope that Airborne learned its lesson after the way too long and drawn out release of the Plague. If you're not already in production, you've already lost business!
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    It's a shame that info on that bike got out as early as it did. Developing and prototyping a bike takes lots of time for any company.

    I'd bet the bikes in the photos have been in process for a,good amount of time even now, but to the public they are "fresh".

    Lest we forget, Airborne separated from it's parent company- no small feat, which also took a tremendous amount of time and energy.

    I don't think Airborne had any lesson to learn here really...

    Stoked on the new bikes though, looks like they're heading the right direction

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