That sounds interesting ; low headtube and tall bars ? or tonic fab style ?
The nearest thing I can seem to find is the Firemans Texas cruzer and that's got a massive rear end on it .
Neither really. 4", fork ~40mm bars, slacker seat angle, slacker head angle, higher bb, shorter stays and shorter toptube than what you get on a "trail" hardtail.
We figure that geometry makes a lot of sense for all the people who are riding xc on flat pedals these days (a trend I had NO idea that existed until the last couple of months...), and mostly for shredding the hell out of man-made tracks and flowy-downward pointed tracks in general, without loosing the ability to pedal it successfully up a "normal" climb.
All those traits are going to make for a very fun bike for shortish-urban commutes. A slacker seat angle+ higher bb give you a pedaling position that works better with flat pedals and the lower seat heights...
Bomber 25-26 pound builds with a chainguide up front an 9 speeds or so in the back is the idea as far as how I'd like to see them built, but I suppose there needs to be some sort of singlespeed options available for people who like to ruin a perfectly good bike.
I don't think I've designed one in Atom's size yet though. Harrumph, nudge, poke.