Airborne Wasp 2002 Road Bike

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $2019.00


Product Description

Designed specifically for women, Airborne's design incorporates unique features such as a 650c front wheel and curved top tubes to maximize stand over height, fit, and gender specific comfort. The W.A.S.P. uses our proprietary cold-worked 3AL/2.5V seamless titanium. (Two sizes available in High Lust Polish: 45 and 49cm)


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by James Jordan a Recreational Rider from Green Valley, AZ

Date Reviewed: August 7, 2002

Strengths:    The quality of the frame is great, the welds are first rate and the graphics are very attractive. The ride is very smooth, better than the steel bike she has been riding for 20 years.

Weaknesses:    The frame should have a braze on front derailleur tab as the front derailleur clamp ends up under the rear watter bottle cage.

Bottom Line:   
I bought the 45cm WASP frame and Profile BSC fork from airborne.net for my 5ft 1in wife and built the bike up myself. I was most interested in fit and it fits her perfectly and would work also for people under 5ft tall and even a little taller than my wife.

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Purchased At:   Airborne.net

Bike Setup:   I built the bike with Campagnolo Record 10 speed triple. A note of warning, the Record front triple



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Wasp in the ear /Is insect netting in helmets worth having

This Monday morning I was enjoying a hard-earned 40mph-ish descent when I suddenly heard an intense buzzing in my ear, the sensation of little claws gripping, and the sharp pain of numerous stings. I managed to maintain control with the right hand as I attemped to kill it with the gloved portion of ... Read More »

Stung by a wasp or a bee while riding...

I guess there is a first for everything. Today during my daily ride, i felt something small hit my belly. It felt like a flying insect, then I felt the sting. It must have been a wasp or a bee. I've swallowed bugs before while riding but I've never been stung. Has that ever happened to you?Read More »

Wasp sucking machine, um, sucks!

From Gizmodo... If you spot a hole in the side of your house that a bunch of wasps are constantly going in and out of, obviously building a nest, what do you do? Do you get a can of Raid and spray it in there and hope you don't get stung? Do you just stay the hell away from where all those scary ... Read More »

Of wasp stings...

So, two weekends ago (two days short of the one year anniversary of getting hit by an SUV) I go for a ride and stop in a peaceful park I didn't know existed to stretch/eat/drink/etc. I find a nice little theatre in the park surrounded by trees and figure that its as good of a place as any to kick b ... Read More »

Wasp/bee stings ?

1/2 hr into my ride, a wasp/bee decides that my mouth would be a nice place to visit. I spat him out a bit too late and ended up getting stung on my tongue. It didn't feel too bad in the beginning but I decided to turn back anyway. I had been stung by a bunch of bees on the forehead as a kid a ... Read More »

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