Can't find that 26" of love, so here goes! Got me a 21.5" Riot that a buddy gave me. I'm the fourth owner, it's dented, rusty, rawed, and had the brake mounts poorly sawed off. Warranty? What's that? It's also winter in Toronto, so I figured I'd have some fun. Here's the result: I like having unique bikes (testing one of the first Snafu Crenshaws and owning and breaking a unique NS Majesty colourway does that to you), and this frame just wasn't cutting it for a few reasons. The dropouts were bent and long, chainstays were, at 15.5", a bit too long for me, and the brake mount removal was just disgusting. So here's what I did: -Trimmed 1cm off the seattube. Make it look cleaner, save some grams, drop the seat a bit, and since I literally just jam the flared pivotal post in there I had to leave some material above the weld. -Slotted in the dropouts by about 5mm. Now sitting at 15.25" slammed. -Cut about 16mm off the end of each dropout. Why? Cleanliness and uniqueness. One was incredibly bent so I kind of had to. Then I added some soul and reshaped what was left some. -Took off the cable guides -Completely removed the remnants of the brake mounts -Took out that brace between chainstay and seatstay. Not doing much with no brake, is it? I think that's it. Here's some details: 24.38 pounds built up bombproof.