I spoke to a guy at our local mtb race that had the same frame, and he was very satisfied. He uses the bike for urban riding, stunts and cross country riding. One of the reasons he chose the frame was for the top tube design - it gives him a lot clearance, he is able to drop the seat low enough to do stunts yet can still raise the seat high enough for XC use.Cranman said:I came accross this on ebay while considering a Fixation. Horiz dropouts got me considering this frame. Anyone think this is a good/bad idea?
Try this link: http://www.drj-racing.com/images/CW2005/Sport/index.htmCranman said:"Looks like overkill if you are building it as a fixie"
Just to clarify...not a fixie, just SS.
Does anyone have a pic of this frame built up, the frame design has me wondering what a built bike will look like..