I did read the FAQ. In USA/Texas, finding ANY new 26" street trials is near impossible. I have been stalking NWTrials, TrialsSuperstore, BikeTrialsDirect, and WebCyclery websites stock to no avail. In the meanwhile, I have been researching the crap out of bike geometry and looking a DJ bikes that might meet the bill, since you can actually get used DJ bikes relatively easily. Since I am 6'4", I want the biggest bike possible w/o being too much of a beast to maneuver. Here are my options, as I see them since no one in the US sells the Inspired Hex in the last 6 months, and no one in the US carries any other street trials bikes other than SAW on PinkBike..which seems sketchy. Norco Manifesto - Good: 1054 WB, Reynolds steel, MTB parts compatible. Bad: Likely to have negative BB rise when fitted with a rigid. 395mm CS is getting a bit long. Probably heavy. Giant STP - Good: 1079 WB, newer alloy with reinforced shape is lighter, MTB parts compatible. Bad: Likely negative BB rise with rigid. 391 CS is getting a bit long. Planet X Jack Flash - Good: 1051 WB. 0 BB rise with rigid. MTB parts compatible. Bad: CS is long @ 16". Designed more for DJ. Probably very heavy. Company out of business. Transition BLT - Good: 378 CS. 1053 WB. Modern reformed tubing. MTB parts compatible. Bad: Probably negative BB rise with a rigid. Designed for track riding. Deity StreetSweeper - Good: 365 CS. +5mm BB rise (with sus fork.) MTB compatible parts. Bad: WB is a bit shorter at 1041mm. Very little info about this frame. Because Street - Good: Geo is 100% street trials. Bad: Sold from China on PinkBike. Have heard some bad things about the delivery. Unknown quality. I think they are out of business and selling off the last of warehouse stock. So, of those 6 bikes, which I can actually get my hands on, which would you recommend given the following added information. This is my first Trials/Street Trials bike and I will likely crash the hell out of it for a year+. I am 6'4", so all these selected bikes have relatively long wheelbases for that reason. Most of what I do on this bike will be learning trials basics. What I desire is riding street akin to the way Lenosky, Chase, Leech and Akrigg used to. I am 41, so its unlikely that I will ever get very good. lol.