Some of you have probably seen the lead up to this build in my RRB BO#9 Joker thread: http://www.ratrodbikes.com/forum/index.php?threads/custom-diamondback-joker.83242 But I am moving it here as an extra build because the Joker build deserves to stand on it's own in the build-off, it is a cool bike! So this bike will be built outside of the build-off, just because I want to build it! A quick summary to this point: Came up with the idea to build a MTB style MiniVelo to go with my 120 tooth road racer and the Joker BMX/Cruiser, I am having so much fun with them that I just wanted this one extra to complete the set. If you have seen my other builds you will know I never do anything standard, with that in mind I went to buy some wheels: They are 90/100/14 tired rear wheels off those 80cc mini trailbikes you see everywhere, they measure out to 21x3.75 in bicycle terms. Then I went to buy some new bearings for the wheels and also picked up some leaf spring trailer bushings for the fork rockers: By now I had some idea of what style of bike I was building so I started to mock them up in Paint.net: As you can see, my thoughts were all over the place, but I really liked that last one, then I remembered why it was standing out to me, a few months back I had read about the Trek Broadsider, and decided one day I would like to build something along those lines: So then I tried a similar design of my own: I liked it, but realised I had reached the limits of what a paint program can do, so decided to try out BikeCad: Very cool, but too small a bike for me to ride... A better size, but looks out of proportion. (too tall) Success! Now I could work on the finer details: There were many, many more mock-ups involved in getting to this point, but I have only shown the pivotal ones here to keep it brief and interesting. As to the origin of the name here is a Wikipedia link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kata_Tjuta Next update very soon! Luke.