The 2021 We The People CRS FS 18" BMX Bike brings high-end components to a smaller bike making sure that an up-and-coming rider has the tools needed for going extra big and shredding anything in their path. Fully sealed bearings, a 4130 chromoly downtube, and chromoly Salt Rookie cranks are just a few of the components that help to create a BMX freestyle bike that can take the abuse that great riders experience on a daily basis. We The People also included a Salt AM Gyro on this model making barspins and tailwhips a breeze that wind bind cables. Check out the 2021 WTP CRS 18" BMX Bike for the ultimate freestyle machine.
Frame: 4130 Chromoly Downtube, 1020 High-Tensile Steel
Fork: Salt AM 18, 1020 High-Tensile Steel, 4130 Chromoly Steerer (26mm Offset)
Headset: Salt Pro, Integrated Sealed Bearings
Stem: Salt AM, Top Load (45mm Reach)
Bars: Salt CRS 18, 1020 High-Tensile Steel (8" Rise) (26.7" Wide) (10° Backsweep) (3° Upsweep)
Grips: Salt EX, Flangeless (138mm)
Cranks: Salt Rookie, Tubular 3-Piece, Chromoly, 8-Spline (152mm Length)
Bottom Bracket: Salt Spanish, 19mm, Press-Fit, Sealed Bearing
Pedals: Eclat Surge, Nylon/Fiberglass
Sprocket: Salt Gateway, Steel (25-Tooth)
Chain: Salt AM, Z1 Type
Front Hub: Salt AM, Alloy, Sealed Bearings (3/8" Axle)
Rear Hub: Salt AM, Cassette, Sealed Bearings (14mm Axle)
Front Rim: Salt Fraction, Single Wall (36-Hole)
Rear Rim: Salt Fraction, Single Wall (36-Hole)
Front Tire: Salt Tracer (18" x 2.2")
Rear Tire: Salt Tracer (18" x 2.2")
Seat: We The People CRS 18, Pivotal
Seat Post: Salt Am, Pivotal
Seat Clamp: Eclat Pure, 6061-T6 Forged Alloy
Brake Lever: Salt AM, Alloy
Brakes: Salt AM, Alloy U-Brake
Gyro: Salt AM, Rotor & Cables
Gyro Tabs: Drilled (Included)
Brake Mounts: Welded
Color: Metallic Soda Green
Weight: 24.46 lbs
Toptube Length: 18"
Chainstay Length: 11.65"
Headtube Angle: 75°
Seattube Angle: 71.5°
Bottom Bracket Height: 10.75"
Sizing Guideline: 48" - 57.5"
Need help building your complete bike? Check out our bike build video below.
NOTE: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan's Comp recommends that all bikes be assembled by a qualified mechanic. Improper assembly of your bicycle may lead to premature wear or failure of individual components such as headsets, crank assembly and wheels. Failure to do so may void the manufacturer warranty.
This product was added to our catalog on December 11, 2020