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2015 Melton's Cycle JFR 22

2015 Melton's Cycle JFR 22

True park/street 22" from the mind of Lenny at Melton's Cycle Shop.


I had been debating on a 22" bike for a long time, but just wasn't fully sold on the geometry of any of the choices currently out there.  Well, when Lenny decided to have these made it was finally time to take the plunge.  The ultra short rear triangle and steep head tube combined with the small retro touch of the gusset was just to much to pass on.   First picture shows it's second configuration with the bars and stem changed.

Frame:  Melton's Cycle JFR 21.5 top tube in my personally picked trans red
Fork:  S&M Pitchfork XLT in the limited edition black chrome
Handlebars:  NoWear Candy Bars in copper 8.5" rise(originally NoWear Candy Bars in trans red 9" rise)
Stem:  Ezra ZR-1 black with red Shawow Conspiracy bolts (originally Shadow Conspiracy Ravager FL stem in copper )
Headset:  Unknown Integrated
Brake Lever:  Mission Captive
Brake: Shadow Conspiracy Sano copper
Brake Cable: Unknown
Grips:  Shadow Conspiracy clear
Seat:  Merritt SL1 brown leather
Seat Post: Shadow Conspiracy 320mm in copper
Seat Clamp: Shawow Conspiracy copper (originally Sunday black)
Sprocket: Shadow Conspiracy Align 25T in copper
Cranks: Cult OS 19mm 48 spline in black chrome
Bottom Bracket: Unknown 19mm sealed
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC
Rims:  Revenge ARC 22 black
Front Hub: Shadow Conspiracy Raptor copper
Rear Hub:  Shadow Conspiracy BTR2 SDS Cassette Female Axle copper
Spokes: Sapim black
Tires: S&M Mainline 22x2.1
Chain: Unknown half link

Very cool bike, and yes its this direction on purpose, has a left side drive.. GAry

Submitted by crash test dumby

  • Street / Vert
  • Company: Melton's Cycles
  • Model: JFR 22
  • Wheel Size: 22"
  • Headtube angle: 75
  • Seattube angle: 71
  • Toptube length: 21.5
  • Headtube size: 1-1/8"
  • Details Frame Geometry: 21.5 Top Tube 13.65 Chain Stays 75* Head Tube 71* Seat Tube 12.25 Bottom Bracket Height 9.0 Standover