thank you for the compliments everybody and i apologize for my late reply.
i change pictures every once in a while and you can see the bike here also.i had the geometry up but took it down for a little while.http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/coyote_bicycles/35759
you can also see it athttp://www.coyotebicycles.com/
my friend is in the process i building the 26 as we speak. i had hoped to have it by now but he is really busy with other projects and kinda put mine on the back burner.
it should be built this week (fingers crossed) and then in my hands after he ships it to me.
i won't reval the geometry just yet but i can tell you it will have a fast headtube angle and enough clearance for barspins and other tricks.no worries about the wheel hitting your foot when the bars/forks are backwards.long enough toptube also
the rear will be short and tight as well.
basically it will be slightly bigger than the 24" pictured above and use all the same features like mid bb shell,990 mounts and 14mm dropouts.,etc..
believe it or not i have had horrible luck with finding a builder in the usa that said they could do the work. it has nothing to do with money or how many i want built either.all of the top companies you can name that make made in the usa bmx frames gave me some kind of story. one company flat out told me they could not bend the seat stays and asked if the builder who built my first frame would be interested in doing the seat stays then they would weld the rest. i thought they were joking at first. they were serious.
the next company told me they could do it but wanted to do it their way and do the chainstays completely different than i asked for.
another company offered to sell me their cruiser frames and put my decals on them
the list goes on and on
there are two companies i did find that can and will do the work but are busy at the moment.one company is in canada while the other is an individual that builds custom one off frames and said when he has time he can build me a batch.
the bad news is that with either builder i choose it will cost me roughly $350 per frame in raw with no paint .
i am buying insurance and everything else i need to be covered but not sure how many people would buy a frame in the $400-$450 range? i don't think too many would. i can't blame them either.even selling them at this price i would not break even but i'm still going to give it a shot.