Airdrop Bitmap Works first ride review

Airdrop Bitmap Works first ride review

If you don’t want the hassle of maintaining a full-suspension bike or just want to get back to basics and really feel the trail, a hardcore hardtail is a good bet. The Sheffield-designed Bitmap ticks a lot of the right boxes. We've designed the mountain bike of the future 11spd: this week's best new bikes and gear Airdrop Bitmap Works frame The guys at Airdrop have been developing the Bitmap for a couple of years, taking ‘long, low and slack’ as their mantra. I tested the Large size, which has a reach of 460mm, 45mm of bottom-bracket drop, a 65-degree head angle and 420mm chainstays. All of this adds up to a bike that’s just plain rowdy! Everything about the Bitmap has been designed to keep you going through the winter months. It’s got a threaded bottom bracket, external cable routing (the dropper post hose starts off external but enters ...

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