Although I commend their effort/desire to do this.... it's not quite how I would have done a 26" Performer. First of all, v-brakes is a mistake. If you're retro enough to want a big Performer, then you're gonna want 990's. Next... they should have taken a cue from Sunday, Liquid, and everybody else who is putting the bottom bracket above axle level. By putting it below axle level--MTB style--they lost both the look and feel of a bmx freestyle bike. Some of us have been proving you can ride freestyle/flatland on big wheels http://cruiserrevolution.com/2011/06/28/se...-moves-on-a-24/ . . . so i say that should have been the direction with this bike. Gyro and everything.


. . . {EDIT} after a little search just found this (basically what I was just talking about, except 24")