This frame is intended for trails, park, and street. Using True Temper butted tubing, an integrated headset and seat post clamp, a mid BB shell and tiny dropouts its super light and stiff. The 9.75 inch seat tube length gives maximum clearance for airborne maneuvers, making the elusive 26 turndown a reality. A laser cut and machined chainstay yoke allows for a super short 15.0 inch rear length with a 2.5 inch tire. The rear is so short even a 2.2 inch tire would fully hit the seat tube, so the bottom of the tube has been moved forward for clearance. The overall effective seat angle still keeps the seat between the knees for good no handed grip in the air. The disc mount is oriented to the front of the dropout slot, where most people want to run the wheel. The dropout is small enough that with the wheel in the back of the slot, the brake pads only overhang the rotor by a millimeter or two. Of course its single speed specific for simplicity, more consistent power, and a quieter ride.







Tubing:
 True Temper Supertherm 4130 front, True Temper Platinum 4130 rear
Headset:
 1.125 Campagnolo Type Integrated (BMX standard 45/45 angular contact)
Bottom Bracket:
 Mid Sized
Brakes:
 Disc only, Small Rotor International Standard Mount
Fork:
 Intended for 18.5 inch axle to crown length
Seat post:
 29.8 mm
Seat clamp:
 Welded on binder bolt
Hub spacing/Axle:
 135mm spacing with 10mm axle
Maximum tire size:
 2.5 inch
Derailleur/ISCG mount:
 NONE

Geometry (with 18.5 fork)


Head Angle:
 70°
Seat Angle:
 71° effective at 16 inch BB center to seat rails (68 actual)
TT length:
 22.125 inch (actual), 22.75 inch (effective)
XL:
23.125" (actual), 23.75" (effective)
BB height:
 12.125 inch
Min CS length:
 15 inch
Min wheel base:
 39.6 inch (with 1.75 inch fork offset)
XL:
40.6"
Head tube length:
 4.5 inch
Seat tube length:
 9.75 inch (BB center to TT center)
Frame weight:
 5.1 lbs
        
       
Our 24-inch wheel frame has all the same features as the 26-inch minus the chainstay yoke and angled seat tube, since the smaller wheels give more clearance. Also, a 24 front wheel offers more toe clearance for bar spinning type tricks. The wheelbase is shorter, center of gravity is lower and the wheels are quicker reacting, so it fits better than the 26 in tight jumps and berms or off of near vertical lips. A short seat tube length and near nothing stack height of the integrated headset allow the top tube to be as low as a BMX for aggressive tricks. Its single speed specific due to the serious jumping nature of the bike.









Tubing:
 True Temper Supertherm 4130 front, True Temper Platinum 4130 rear
Headset:
 1.125 Campagnolo Type Integrated (BMX standard 45/45 angular contact)
Bottom Bracket:
 Mid Sized
Brakes:
 Disc only, Small Rotor International Standard Mount
Fork:
 Intended for 18.5 inch axle to crown length
Seat post:
 29.8 mm
Seat clamp:
 Welded on binder bolt
Hub spacing/Axle:
 135mm spacing with 10mm axle
Maximum tire size:
 2.3 inch
Derailleur/ISCG mount:
 NONE

Geometry (with 18.5 fork)


Head Angle:
 70°
Seat Angle:
 71°
TT length:
 22.125 inch (actual), 22.8 inch (effective)
BB height:
 12.125 inch
Min CS length:
 14.625 inch
Min wheel base:
 39.5 inch (with 1.75 inch fork offset)
Head tube length:
 4.5 inch
Seat tube length:
 8.5 inch (BB center to TT center)
Frame weight:
 4.8 lbs