Chad Kerley's technical signature frame
What sets this frame apart from others, is the super short 13" responsive chainstay, compared to the regular 13.75". With a short 13" chainstay, the bikes feel a little more playful and more maneuverable in tighter corners. Because of the short rear-end, we recommend that you install short crank arms, either 160 or 170mm, on this frame. This will keep your feet away from bumping into the pegs.
The frame comes without any brake mounts, meaning this frame have a 100% brakeless design, just like Chad Kerley rides it. In other words, it's not possible to install brakes on this one.
Born in 1994, Chad Kerley is a professional BMX rider from San Diego, California. He is among others sponsored by Haro and Premium and is one of the biggest names in the game. Chad Kerley started riding when he was just four years old, and he never quit the sport. He likes the fun aspect of freestyle street riding rather than the competitive racing side, which is expressed in the structure of this frame.