Giant's Motr 20 is a force to be reckoned with. This little shredder is ready for the streets, trails, and anywhere else your kid can motor along. With a lightweight aluminum frame, sick moto-style steel fork, adjustable-reach hand brake and rear coaster brake, this ripper is ready. Of course, it's got shin-friendly plastic pedals and comes with a kickstand and bell, too!
$475.00 - $500.00
WeThePeople team rider, Dan Foley, is one of the most talented and stylish riders of his generation, so WTP built the Cadence to meet his needs. The Cadence is simple and elegant, perfectly matching Dan's riding style, yet it’s strong enough to withstand the toughest kinds of riding. Crafted from butted, heat-treated Japanese chromoly and reinforced with gussets, complete with CNC head tube and BB shell, the frame is ready to be built up with your favorite parts package to absolutely shred everything. Plus, the wide rear triangle accommodates up to a 2.4-inch tire. • Comes with replaceable brake hardware • Head tube drilled for gyro tabs
WeThePeople's Crysis exists for shredding the streets and parks. The second the Crysis drops in, it represents with a full cromo frame and fork. Whether dirt, park, or street, the 3-piece, 170mm tubular cranks drive Eclat double wall rims spinning on Salt hubs. Hold onto the tall, wide, full chromo bars when throwing a decade or grab the Pivotal seat for a perfect superman. An Eclat U-brake scrubs speed if you need, and to get your grind on there are two Salt pegs and Eclat plastic pedals.
The Audio 22" Frameset is WeThePeople's first-ever 22" frameset. The larger diameter wheel provides a more stable ride without sacrificing the classic BMX look and feel. It's perfect for the die-hard trail dogs and taller riders looking for bike more fitting to their size, without having to ride a bike that simply isn’t BMX. The geometry is dialed. The size is right. - Allround frame and fork kit designed for 22‘‘ wheels - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.40" tire - Extruded top tube with integrated threads for cable guides - Frame comes drilled for removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is not included - Slim profile integrated seat clamp - Top and down tube gussets
A Wethepeople classic, the Buck Frame was based on Dillon Lloyd's blend of progressive technical riding and all-out savagery. The Buck has been upgraded with 9.25" standover and shorter 13.2" chainstay as per Dillon's request. It features ovalized dent-resistant chain stays, taller 127mm extended headtube for fewer spacers with an uncut fork, and a wider rear triangle, allowing clearance for a 2.5" tire. - Ovalized, dent-resistant chainstays - Taller, 127mm extended headtube - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.50" tire - Extruded top tube with integrated threads for cable guides - The frame comes drilled for removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is NOT included - Slim profile integrated seat clamp - Top and down tube gussets - Chainstay length: 13.2" with 25-9 gearing - Mid-BB width: 74mm, height: 11.8" - Weight: 2.39kg /5.27lbs (21")
The Revolver frame, the do-it-all and do it well model from WeThePeople. It's a frame that was created with the sole intention of shredding on any terrain, with larger diameter rear tubing and an investment cast wishbone to not only give the Revolver a strong and unique look but more importantly to strengthen and stiffen the whole frame up, giving it a stable yet responsive feel. Adding some brakes to your rig is certainly no cause for shame. Holes in the seat stays let you mount a u-brake for more versatility and a touch more confidence to go big. Combined with new 7.5mm thick investment cast dropouts with integrated chain tensioners, the Revolver is a deadly weapon capable of just about anything. - All-around geometry - Oversize seat stays and chainstays for increased stiffness - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.5" tire - Investment cast wishbone - Drilled for removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is NOT included - Custom 127mm headtube with smoother shape and matching bottom bracket shell - Includes WTP Supreme alloy seat clamp - Top and down tube gussets - Chainstay length: 13.25" slammed with 28-9 gearing, 13.5" centered - Mid-BB width: 74mm, height: 11.5", CNC machined and heat-treated - Weight: 2.385kg - 5.25lbs
The 2019 Kink Curb, available in four great colorways, offers the entry-level rider a bike that looks and feels like a pro model without the price tag. Whether you choose Matte Black Goldschlager, Gloss Smoked Stang Teal, Matte Aquatic Blue, or Gloss Nickel, you’re getting an amazing bike that holds up to abuse. Featuring modern geometry and outfitted with components such as 8.75" Kink Human CC bars, 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks, a raised Mission Control TL stem, soft Kink Paragon grips with push-in Kink Thrust bar ends, and new 2.4" tires front and rear; the Curb is perfect for any rider looking for a solid first bike.
The Avenger takes classic BMX heritage and scales it up to a 26-inch beach cruiser. Race it down Repack or surf the bike path; wherever you ride, you'll get to your destination in style.
Combining cutting-edge hydroforming technology with input from team riders Dan Kruk and Jordan Godwin, the WeThePeople Battleship frame is the perfect match for the progressive street rider. Boasting an incredibly short 12.7" chainstay, thicker CNC machined dropouts (designated to work flawlessly with hub guards and pegs), and a fully brakeless design; the Battleship is a super tough, no-nonsense street weapon with WTP's most responsive geometry yet. - Hydroformed top and down tube for the strongest possible connection to the headtube - Super strong, technical street frame with the shortest chainstay possible - Taller 127mm extended headtube for fewer spacers with an uncut fork - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.5" tire - Fully brakeless frame - Slim-profile integrated seat clamp - Chainstay length: 12.7" slammed, 13" centered - Mid-BB width: 74mm, height: 11.7" - Weight: 2.325kg/5.125lbs (20.5") - Jordan Godwin signature frame
WeThePeople is no ordinary company, and the Curse is no ordinary bike. The Curse is perfect for first timers and smaller riders with a short 20.25-inch top tube and tight chainstays that makes handling easy and lessens the learning curve. It comes with legit specs like a steel frame with a cromo down tube, 25/9 gearing with a cassette, and even 3-piece cromo cranks. Throw in nice details like a SaltPlus U-brake, Salt pegs, and Eclat plastic pedals and this thing has street cred right outta the shop.
Giant's GFR F/W is just the thing for opening up the endless possibilities of BMX. It features a durable steel frame and fork that will fit and work great for years. The steel crankset provides the pedal power and the tough 20-inch wheels roll quickly. Plus, the sweet spec, such as the mini dirt jumper saddle, Tektro brake, plastic pedals and grippy Kenda tires will make you the envy of your block.
WeThePeople's Crysis exists for shredding the streets and parks. The second the Crysis drops in, it represents with a full cromo frame and fork. Whether dirt, park, or street, the 3-piece, 170mm tubular cranks drive Eclat double wall rims spinning on Salt hubs. This freecoaster version gives you the power to rock all those fakie tricks without your cranks spinning on you. Hold onto the tall, wide, full chromo bars when throwing a decade or grab the Pivotal seat for a perfect superman. A SaltPlus U-brake scrubs speed if you need, and to get your grind on there are two pegs and plastic pedals.
If you find yourself jonesing for your next dirt jump session, the Fiend would be a great ride. With a Chromoly downtube, hi-ten frame, and Kenda Small Block 8 tires you'll get a smooth, supple ride. - 1020 Hi-Ten steel frame with Chromoly down tube - RST Dirt RA 100mm travel fork - Radio Rookie Bolt 170mm cranks - Radio Fiend alloy hydroformed bars - 15" chainstay length
The Radio Griffin AM is the slightly more affordable younger brother of the Griffin Pro. Ready for the dirt jumps to right out of the box. Geometry-wise this is essentially the same as the Pro. Featuring a Manitou Circus Sport 100mm fork to absorb the bumps and Tektro and SRAM disc brakes to slow your roll. - The frame is constructed of Chromoly down tube, top tube, seat tube, BB & head tube, 1020 Hi-ten, integrated seat clamp, double gusset - Manitou Circus Sport 100mm travel fork - SRAM Level hydraulic disc brake rear, Tektro Novela Disc front - Radio Griffin alloy hydroformed bars - Radio Rookie 170mm cranks
For those times when bigger is better, the Atlas 24-inch wheeled BMX cruiser won't let you down. Its true BMX geometry comes to life with a full chromoly frame, fork, and bars. Don't be afraid to perform your usual tricks, because the Atlas's components are durable enough to take a beating. Sturdy SaltPlus Summit rims with Kenda tires keep you cruising through hard landings. A 25/10T drivetrain gives you tons of clearance and pedal power for the street. Other high-end parts include the Pivotal saddle and post, a SaltPlus U-brake, and SaltPlus tubular chromoly cranks.
The Valac, Radio's mid-range super agile bike ready for action with a full complement of Radio and Salt components. Valac has a great price to performance ratio. - Chromoly top tube, downtube, chainstays, 1020 Hi-Ten, removable pivots & guides - Radio Pro Chromoly fork - Radio AM 170mm cranks - 13.2" chainstay length - 11.8" bottom bracket height
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