These days the 22" bmx market is growing fast. It seems that more and more riders are seeing the benefits of the larger wheel and hand built frame sizes. Most of the offerings in complete bmx bikes and bmx frames are targeted towards the trails riders featuring slack head angles and longer rear end lengths. So what about the street and park riders that don"t want that trails bike feel? Recently Pedal Driven Cycles has started work on a hand built bmx frame with their rider Matt Stahl (stahl4130) with the help of some heavy hitters in the 22" bmx bike community to test, give feedback and film for a small web edit. Working along side Mad Mike (madmikebmx), Tim Timpe (turtle4130), Nathan Steere (natesteerebmx), Ureal Stalling (lb4130) and John Wold (john wold-facebook) the PDC team is carefully looking at everything from the geo to what thickness tubing should be used to create the most modern and aggressive 22" bmx frame to date. All frames are built in house by Dave Harrison himself.
See what the buzz is all about and get yourself one of the best 22" bmx frames on the market.___________________________________________________________________________
Tt- 21.75", 22.75"
Head tube style- Integrated (45°/45°, 41.8mm)
Bb height- 12"
Bb style- mid press fit
Seat Post size- 1"
Chain stay length- 13.8" slammed
Will fit 2.4 tire
Fits 30 tooth sprocket
Brake mounts- welded Ss Brakes or no brakes
Drop outs- 14mm axle slot, heat treated material
Weight: 5 lb
Tt- 1 ¼” double butted
Dt- 1 ½” straight gauge
St- 1 1/8” single butted uses 1” seat post
Ss- ¾” x .035 with ¾” straight tube bridge
Cs- 3/4”x .049 low profile mono stay
*Please note in check out if you want brakeless option.