I have been thinking about building a super lite trail bike for a long time, something kind of like the FX bikes, I have had a lot of idea's, so I finally decided to try it out, I have finished the first prototype. And I am totally pleased.. And now I have started in the second one making a few improvements concerning components. The base was to use a Honda CRF50 and add down hill mountain bike components, couldn't find a reasonable priced CRF to cut up, so for the first try I used a Chinese 125cc pit bike. I stretched the frame, added Marzocchi down hill forks and a 26" front wheel, and then had to fabricate a swing arm. After several trail and error attempts I cam up with a design that would work for a test. I had to lower and move the foot pegs back, and tried several different gearing combinations, before I got it were it was a blast to ride. once finished I had to put new plastics on it.. I am calling it the trail lite. Final weight is 93 lbs wet. It's very nimble and feels super light Some of the items I am changing on build number two, is better forks and a real rear rim.. The Mountain Bike stuff is super lite, but it wasn't designed to have power applied to it either! I have bent the spokes twice..lol but while I am gathering parts for the next and final build, I am still riding this one. I will post more pictures of the final build.