I have been wanting to build a bicycle around a set of tires, specifically the Felt Berm Master. Originally, I planned to do a 26/24" combo and build sort of a BMX/klunker hybrid. Upon learning that you can no longer get the 26" version, I started thinking about building a flat tracker style bike using 24" Berm Masters front and rear. I found a new bike I thought captures the overall feel of what I wanted. Granted, some things about this bike aren't totally true to a flat track racer, like the front brake, but this is more of a tribute or homage than an engine-less replica. I started a thread in bike talk about Micargi/Firmstrong brand bikes. While the general concensus was that they are cheapie quality bikes, I figured I would be changing enough for that not to matter. I nake this bike after ky town and it's silly use of the letters "Pf" in place of where a letter F is used since that is how the town name is spelled. What I ordered and received today is called a Fito Modena GT 7 speed. It has an aluminum frame, disc brakes, 7 speed derailleur, and 24 x 3.0 Kenda Flame tires. Here is what came out of the box: I started building it from the box. First thing I changed was the saddle and seat post. I had a nice alloy post and mounted my recently purchased Tioga mx saddle which came off a Felt Vintage Iron MX bike. I replaced the stock stem with a GT piston stem. Unfortunately, my photo hosting serice is offline, so I will have to post more photos tomorrow.