Cory Jarman is currently testing his new signature frame from Blackeye, the Killorado.
The top tube will come in 20", 20.5", and 21", with a headtube angle of 75 degrees and a seattube angle of 71 degrees.
The back end is 13.5" long, with a mid BB and a integrated headset.
It also has an integrated seat clamp and comes with no mounts.
The main defining feature, of this bike, however, is the height, the top tube only 6.25" from the bottom bracket.
Available at the beginning of July.
(Taken from Blackeyebikes.com )