|Slider inserts shown are just for fixturing - the frame will have postmounts and no hanger|
Without further ado:
-68 degree head tube angle and built for a 120mm (29er) fork - that's generating an even 100mm of trail and 68.5cm front center (ETT is 62.3cm/24.5")
-41cm (actual) and 40.5cm effective chainstay length with plenty of clearance for a fat 2.4. The only tire you couldn't run on this bike would be a Knard.
-Boring 30.5cm/12" bb height. Gah. So boring. But it should mostly keep the pedals off the rocks while also putting William down low for cornering and mayhem.
-Curved fattie seat post for a 31.6mm dropper. Those suckers are LONG so you gotta kinda squeeze in the curve to make it work.
-Loads of other curves - downward curving TT (and yes, Todd, it's a butted tube), s-bend stays, etc.
-Frame weight is about 2150g/4.75#. Not super light but with a big long fork and the fat seat tube/dropper, plus the aforementioned strong possibility of mayhem - I think that weight is about right. Note to the weight weenies - curved toptubes add weight, you can't really throw heat treated tubing in the roller and get great results in most cases.