The Majesty first caught our attention purely because of its super clean lines and great finish, but as soon as we got one built up we realised the great design went much further than just aesthetics. The use of some radically butted tubing, along with post welding heat treatment, has resulted in one of the lightest steel dirt jump frames there is, without compromises in strength, and perhaps even more importantly it gives the frame a ride quality that you just won’t get with a cheaper plain gauge frame. With the riding phenomenon that is Martin Söderström behind the geometry of this frame it’s not surprising that it’s spot–on too. Yes it might cost more than your average dirt jump frame, but then it’s far from average.
Check out the NS Majesty 2011