Here are a couple more photos of Craig's build. He wanted to have the rear derailleur cable running internally through the seat stay so with the help of my good friend Bob Davis, who is one of the most unique individuals I have ever met, we made it happen. Bob is an expert machinist here in Mountain Home with tons of experience building motorcycles, airplanes, bicycles, and no telling what else. I go over to his shop whenever I can because I learn something new every time I am there. The first time I went to his shop I was standing around waiting and just kinda checking things out when I noticed a blue-print of some sort of bike thing amongst all of the thousands of pounds of steel tools laying around and when he came out I asked him, "What is this? Turns out it was a blue-print to build a replica of the first ever steam-powered motorcycle. Then, he takes me into the back of the shop and shows me all of his custom motorcycles. I tripped out and if you saw it you would too. There is a youtube video of a steam-powered motorcycle, I will try to find it. Long story short, the internal cable routing wasn't a big deal to him but he did say it was sweet and coming from him thats a nice compliment. I am very lucky to know him because right up there with Koichi Yamaguchi, Bob has taught me many things that have improved my frame building drastically. Thanks.