Wethepeople 2017 Complete Bikes are in!

2017 Wethepeople Nova Bike @ $480
The legendary Wethepeople nova returns for 2017, bringing Wethepeople quality and dialled Salt parts together into a stunning looking bike with the same attitude towards detail and performance that the rest of the range is built on. A short 20” toptube and 13.2” chainstay keeps the nova nimble and easy to adjust to for first time riders, and the 25-9 gearing, Salt topload stem and mid padded combo seat give it the same feel with the pro level bikes. You’ll be hard to find an entry-level bike that packs as much punch as the nova.

  • Colour: Matt Black

2017 Wethepeople Curse Bike @ $530
Arguably one of the most anticipated bikes of the year, the 2017 curse is the best it’s ever been. This year wethepeople raised the bar (literally) and shortened up the chainstays and cranks, giving the curse a snappier and more responsive feel. Along with a fully sealed Salt cassette hub and Wethepeople vex compound grips, this year’s curse is now rocking the all new Salt tracer tire in 2.35” front and rear, for an uncompromised ride no matter the terrain.

  • Colour: Matt Black w/ Gyro (*$550), Metallic Red, or Matt Grey



2017 Wethepeople Arcade Bike @ $580
The arcade is one stylish ride built to shred it all. This year Wethepeople gave the arcade a shorter 13.2” chainstay and 165mm cranks, giving it a more responsive and modern feel. You’ll also find on top of the Salt ex sealed cassette hub and Wethepeople tripod seat and post combo, some new components from Salt including the ex grips and tracer 2.35” tires front and in the rear due to the super wide Salt moto XL brake. If it’s the matt black with a smattering of oil slick parts, or the mystical smoked chrome version, you have one incredible bike that rides just as good as it looks.

  • Colour: Matt Black, or Black Chrome


2017 Wethepeople Justice Bike @ $620
Keen eyes will notice that this machine is styled on some of the bikes that Wethepeople pro team were riding last season. The justice is a carefully assembled masterpiece, with a certain sophistication that you won’t find anywhere else. Now with a 9” rise bar bolted up to the new Salt comp stem, this fantastic all round bike comes with fully removable brake hardware and all the equipment you will need to conquer any terrain you bring it to. Available in two jaw dropping colour schemes and a choice of two toptube sizes, the justice really is the bike of no half measures.

  • Colour: Metallic Navy (20.5″), or Trans Teal (20.5″, or 21″)


2017 Wethepeople Reason Bike @ $680
A bike that caters to the needs of the modern street rider, for 2017 the reason isn’t too far from a full pro level bike. Spec’d with shorter 165mm cranks, super slick nylon Saltplus pro hubguards, a steep 28mm offset fork and fully sealed bearings throughout, if you like to grind and push your bike to the limits on the streets, you’ve found the perfect tool for the job.

  • Colour: Matt Black (* W/ Freecoaster @ $720), or Matt Blue


2017 Wethepeople Crysis Bike @ $780
The crysis is a bike that lets you decide your path, and gives you the tools to get anything done, and in real style too. You’ll find a healthy dose of Eclat aftermarket parts including the super wide trippin XL rims, low profile slash pedals and even the new talon brake which accommodates the largest tires on the market. If that wasn’t enough, the crysis combines Saltplus pro nylon hubguards and Salt AM nylon pegs, allowing you to grind any ledge rail or curbs in sight.

  • Colour: Raw (20.5″), or Copper (20.5″, or 21″ w/ Freecoaster @ $800)


2017 Wethepeople Trust Bike @ $900
A special slice of radness. The trust is a finely tuned beast designed to kill it on any surface or environment. This suave machine is full of the latest parts form Eclat including fireball tires and trippin rims, as well as a generous dose of Saltplus components like the SDS trapez cassette hub to tie it all together, ensuring you’re riding a bike that suits and fits you like nothing else.

  • Colour: Glossy Black

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