Even though I've sworn to myself not to sell this frame/bike, I have obligations that are a little more important and this bike hardly gets ridden. It's fun as shit, and even 2 nights ago when I rode around town on it I loved it. Problem is, I don't really ride it. I think that was the first time I've ridden it in a month. Geo is based around a Marz 4x fork (477 crown height): 1009 wb +31bb 370 cs 74 ha can't remember if I went 74 or 73.... Basically, it was loosely based on a NS Capital. I fixed what I didn't like about the Capital and the bike is tons more fun. Part Spec: Mavic D321 rims laced to a Hadley 72 rear hub w/thru axle (no wheel shifting!!!!) Marz 20mm front hub OG Avid grey caliper brakes 203mm Hayes rotors Avid FR5 levers NS 3.3 rise bars 50mm CNC Atomlab stem Salt Cranks Salsa 29r 20mm rigid fork (460 crown height iirc so the geo is close to the fork it was built around, the 4x) Race King 2.0 black chili tires Pivotal post (400mm so you can raise it up and actually pedal around!) Pivotal seat The top pic is how it currently sits, the other pics are just other angles. The only thing different is the bar. Pics: It's a pretty bombproof build and really goddamn stiff. Even with that 29r fork, it's super stiff. You more or less lean back and the front end floats up into a manual. Everybody, literally EVERYBODY, who has ridden it says that it's how a big-wheeled-BMX should feel since it's so nimble and tossable. I'm thinking $500 is fair considering RCP frames are more than that alone.