The Kilroy frame by Gorilla Bicycles, a Switzerland based frame builder, was born after the demand for a tougher fixed trick frame surfaced among staff at Gorilla Bicycles. Using Columbus Niobium steel, Gorilla bikes was able to design a frame for riders who put their bikes through lots of abuse. Niobium steel, in case you’re wondering, is special micro alloyed steel with Manganese, Chrome, Nickel, Molybdenum and Niobium. There’s no specifics on the fork, but one will soon be made available. Its $799 price tag doesn’t include it, though.