That's cool! What age kid do you think a bike like this would be appropriate for?
3" travel frame, 2 sets of dropouts 1 for 16" wheels and 1 for 20" wheels, 135mm spaciing, 1 1/8" headset, ISCG mount, 1" seatpost, use a White Brothers RC80 for 3" of matched travel. 15.5" top tube length Made in the USA
Don't hold back, I think that all is "required" here on MTBR is to put it in your signature so the association is obvious. You've got a good thing going, start sharing! In fact I believe this will be a popular topic and this thread will live a long life at the top of the list.Lil Shredder is my company. I was a little unsure if I could promote my own business, so I didn't.
Thanks for posting it
Awesome ThornPatch! If I have inspired anyone to get out and shred with their kids.....Im one happy dude. I never want to come across as "look at my cool shat" kind of guy. But rather hope to spread any knowledge and inspire others to get out and enjoy life, bikes and family. Thanks again! Now lets build ya a pump track! :thumbsup:Demo9 is a regular poster in this forum, and I believe he's the both the brain and muscle behind Lil Shredder Bikes. Very cool stuff, and although it will cost more than the typical kid's bike, it definitely fills a niche. I'm working on building up a 20" rigid 1X9 and have spent about 2 months gathering info and parts on how to do it right. If it wasn't for guys like Demo9, M-Dub and others who post on this site, it would have never got off the ground. If the old adage "time is money" holds true then being able to order a high quality kid's bike without having to spend countless hours searching for the right parts is well worth it in my opinion!