Went here, since it's ten miles from my house: and had to sit down and take in this amazing piece of technology: It is a breathtaking bike to see in person. So incredibly small. The frame and swingarm are made from smaller tubing than you'd think was possible and the whole bike is incredibly compact. For size comparison there was a brand new '11 Beta EVO 290 available so I put the two bikes together and while it's not as apparent from the pictures as it is in person the Beta looks huge and bulky compared to the OSSA: Mike Komer, owner of the Tryalsshop, fired up the OSSA so I could give it a try: So ride it I did (yeah I know, no helmet and sneakers.....): Here's a size comparo of a human being and the bike: Did I mention how light the OSSA is?: Riding impression: I'm the most casual of trials riders. Have owned a bunch of trials bike but have only screwed around on them and honed my personal skills, never ridden an organized trials event, but am a huge fan of the sport and the bikes. I'm lucky enough to have a trials only shop close to home and have 20+ year friendship with the owner so I can go over and ride the latest machines....and I do. Personally my feelings are that the OSSA is not very good, it's AMAZING. By far the lightest feeling bike I've ever ridden. Power is very strong, very torquey, very manageable. Clutch is one finger with nice smooth progressive action and the brakes are strong, front very much so, the rear a bit less. I'd say the strongest front brake of any trials bike I've ridden. Suspension (Ohlins shock! on a trials bike!) is very, very good and I'm a heavy dude. I could bottom it, but when you weigh twice as much as the bike that's not too surprising....Both the front and rear ends are incredible easy to pogo, even for me. Turning is the one so-so I found. The OSSA does not turn as far as the Beta or most other current bikes. This is supposed to be remedied on next years bike. Mike Komer, who has ridden on the national level for 25 years feels the OSSA is the best trials bike he's ever thrown a leg over and he's taking it to the national this weekend in PA. It's refreshing to have expectations which are already high be surpassed, and the OSSA did that for me. If I had the loot I'd buy one in a heartbeat.