The Envy has been carefully re-designed with all the components hand-picked by WeThePeople to ensure it’s a colossal bike for street riding, park riding, and just about everything in between. The Envy is backed up by a parts list adorning a new frame that features investment-cast dropouts, as well as Supreme hubs and new parts from Eclat like the high-performance Mirage 2.35" tires and the CNC-machined RS sprocket. - All-round inspired geometry for skatepark/street/dirt riding - Taller standover on 21" option - Full Chromoly frame, heat-treated bar, and fork - Oversize clamp 25.4mm WTP Hydra stem and Envy bars - Eclat Mirage tires - WTP Supreme female hubs laced to Eclat Raven rims - RHD/LHD switchable cassette hub
In the spirit of SE's legendary motto of “BMX Innovations,” they went deep into the design lab this year to develop the speediest ripper ever, the 29-inch Fast Ripper. They took the Big Ripper and re-engineered it with a SRAM GX 1x10 drivetrain, Shimano Deore 10-speed cassette, Avid BB5 disc brakes, an integrated headset, and internal cable routing. This bike is built for speed so it’s only fitting that it comes equipped with Freedom ThickSlick tires. It’s fast. Can you keep up?
The Fat Ripper continues to take the world by storm. Never before has a bike been able to literally monster truck over everything! With its legendary PK Ripper-styled 6066 aluminum frame design and Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks, mixed with fat 26 x 3.5” tires and new Avid BB5 disc brake, this bike simply can’t be stopped. The Fat Ripper is the definition of "BMX Innovations."
The Fat Ripper is the world’s first and only legit 26-inch fat BMX bike. It’s built around 26 x 3.5-inch Vee Speedster tires and a legendary PK Ripper-styled 6066 aluminum frame. New this year is an outboard bearing sealed bottom bracket and the addition of Avid BB5 front disc brakes. There really is no stopping this bike. It’s ready to monster truck over everything!
To celebrate the life and times of SE’s founder, Scot Breithaupt, and SE’s motto of “BMX Innovations,” SE created a bike like you’ve never seen before. The 27.5+ OM-Duro takes its design cues and aesthetics from the legendary OM Flyer and mixes in some radical mountain bike-style upgrades. This wildly unique bike features big 27.5 x 3.0-inch tires, a SRAM GX 1x10 drivetrain, Avid BB5 disc brakes front and rear, a new external bottom bracket, and internal cable routing for a dropper seatpost. BMX meets mountain bike; there are no boundaries.
Before the Quadangle, there was the STR-1. This dates back to the late 1970's when Stu Thomsen was SE Racing's National #1 pro and the sport's first superstar. His signature frame at the time was the Stu Thomsen Replica-1. This STR-1 frame had a unique design with both of the double down tubes wrapping underneath the bottom bracket shell and continuing around the Looptail rear end all the way back to the seat tube. Less than ten STR-1's were ever produced, and over the years these frames became almost mythical and the most sought after frames of all time in the vintage BMX world. Fast forward nearly 40 years to today and SE brings you the STR-26. This bike comes with an authentic SE Racing x Stu Thomsen trading card personally signed by Stu.
Marshawn Lynch’s 27.5+ Beast Mode Ripper makes its much-anticipated return this year. Long before Marshawn became an NFL Super Bowl Champion and a running back for the Oakland Raiders, he had a love for BMX. So SE got together with Marshawn to develop a bike that not only could withstand his abuse, but also captures the elements of his home town of Oakland, CA. This year’s silver and black beast of a bike has been upgraded with the addition of front disc brake to help stop the big 27.5” x 3.0” Beast Mode tires in their tracks. And new this year, the number plate now adorns Marshawn’s football jersey number, No. 24. This is the bike to have if you want to be “bout that action!”
TheWeThePeople Zodiac is a full-fledged street warrior built up with some of the latest cutting-edge parts from Eclat including a wheelset using the new Camber rims and Cortex hubs with Nylon hub guards. Based off the new-school tech setups that many on the Pro team are riding, the Zodiac features the shortest chainstay ever used on a complete bike at 12.95", and is paired up with shorter 165mm cranks, a 26mm offset fork, and even an oversize 25.4mm 4pc bar held tight by an Eclat Slattery stem. - Street inspired geometry with shorter fork offset, cranks, and chainstays - Full Chromoly frame, fork, and bar - 7mm investment cast dropouts and integrated chain tensioners - 4pc handlebar with a 25.4mm clamping - Removable brake hardware - Fully sealed bearing Eclat wheels - Eclat Nylon/Fiberglass hub guards - Eclat Slattery stem, Camber rims, Slash pedals - Saltplus Elite sprocket with Eclat AK Nylon guard - Translucent Brown = Left side drive - Matt Black = Right Side Drive
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Mike Buff Big Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with big ol’ 29-inch wheels. The bike comes equipped with a Mike Buff BMX Action padset, Rad Plate, Wheelie pegs and an authentic SE Racing/Mike Buff trading card personally signed by Buff. The Mike Buff Big Ripper is the definition of radness.
The undisputed king of the streets gets his own signature bike this year. That’s right, Darnell Meyers, aka Dblocks, is crowned with his very own Dblocks Big Ripper. Dblocks put his personal touch on this bike with unique spec choices such as the Harlem camo paint, Freedom ThickSlick tires, Power Wing cruiser bars, Raise it Up Flyer seat, Keep That Wheel Up grip donuts, Dblocks camo plate, and Cycle Squad Maniaccs padset. The time is now, lets get it!
The 29-inch Big Ripper has been a staple in the SE line for over 10 years now. It’s built around a monster-sized PK Ripper style frame and features a stunning shiny red & chrome colorway. The spec is top notch with Cr-Mo Landing Gear forks, double-wall rims, Vee Speedster tires, and a new Lightning Bolt snap padset. One glance and it’s easy to see the Big Ripper is the baddest 29-inch BMX bike out on the streets.
In the late 70’s, BMX wasn’t the only groundbreaking sport that was taking America by storm. Alongside BMX kids on bikes imitating motorcycles, there was a wave of shaggy haired California kids on skateboards mimicking surfers. At the heart of the skate scene in Venice Beach, CA, Dogtown Skates was born. SE teamed up with one of the most iconic skate brands of Southern California culture to create the Dogtown Big Ripper. It's spec'd with a Landing Gear fork, Big Honkin' cruiser bar, and 29-inch double-wall rims laced to sealed bearing high-flange hubs for the old school look. This bike features some of the most legendary logos of the skate scene that truly can’t be missed, and includes a custom Dogtown Big Ripper sticker set, number plate, and SE Wheelie pegs.
Mike Buff is a BMX pioneer who helped introduce freestyle BMX to the world. As one of the original godfathers of freestyle, Mike rode a PK Ripper in the early 1980s when he was a member of the legendary BMX Action Trick Team. The Limited Edition 26-inch Mike Buff PK Ripper resonates with the same style of the PK Ripper that Mike made famous, but this year’s version is built with 26-inch wheels. The bike comes equipped with a Mike Buff BMX Action padset, Rad Plate, Wheelie pegs, Oakley B-1B grips, and an authentic SE Racing/Mike Buff trading card personally signed by Buff. The 26-inch Mike Buff PK Ripper is as rad as it gets.
A staple in BMX for nearly as long as the sport has been in existence, the 26” OM Flyer was originally designed by and named after SE’s founder, Scot “Old Man” Breithaupt. This bike captures the essence of BMX's past four decades. It is built to last with a retro styled 4130 Cr-Mo frame featuring a classic Looptail rear end. New this year are the sealed bearing SE Mohawk hubs along with two gold SE wheelie pegs. All hail the OM.
Radio's Comrad: their high-end Chromoly frame and Radio Pro fork decked out with the finest parts Radio, Salt, and Eclat have to offer. Ready for the street, and perfectly capable at the trails or park. - Full Chromoly frame with removable pivots & guides - Radio Pro fork - Radio Pro 170mm cranks - Radio Pro bars - 13.2" chainstays - 11.7" bottom bracket height
Complete with a Saltplus GEO rotor setup and the WETHEPEOPLE INDEX stem, the WeThePeople Versus skatepark machine is based around the geometry of the Message aftermarket line and is about as close to a pro-level, contest-winning unit as you’re going to get in one bike. - Park focused geometry and components - Full Chromoly frame, fork, and bar - Removable brake hardware - Fully sealed bearing wheels - Saltplus Echo Gyro and cables - WTP Index FL Stem
The WeThePeople Crysis is a mid-level bike with a spec that could easily be found on the bikes PRO teams are riding on this year. You’ll find a generous helping 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. - Full Chromoly frame, fork, and bar - Removable brake hardware - Fully sealed bearing wheels - Eclat Slash pedals and Trippin XL rims
The 29” Big Flyer came onto the scene like a gangbuster last year! Within a matter of months, this new bike became king of the streets. You’ll be stoked to find out that this year’s bike is tougher than ever. The fork has been upgraded to super-strong chromoly steel tubing, and the rear wheel now features a sealed bearing rear hub. SE Bikes padset, SE Bikes Life number plate, SE Wheelie pegs, grip donuts and alloy valve caps included.
The 29" Big Flyer is "wheelie" a dream come true! SE went deep into the design lab to create the raddest, baddest, and most affordable 29" BMX bike on the market. This ground-breaking bike wheelies like a dream and comes equipped with an SE Bikes pad set, Rad Plate, and Wheelie pegs.
With a Big Honkin' Cruiser bar, all the SE accessories you can dream of, and a lightweight aluminum frame, the Blocks Flyer is set for getting your cruise on. Just don't forget the lock — everyone wants to get their hands on this one.
With a steeper 75.5-degree headtube and a super short 26mm offset Saltplus EX fork, the WeThePeople Reason rides just like the super tech street machines that PRO riders Jordan Godwin and Dan Kruk are running right now. Featuring a Chromoly frame, fork, and bar as well as Saltplus PRO nylon hub guards, the Reason is the perfect steed for all the new school street shredders out there. - Street inspired geometry with shorter fork offset, cranks, and chainstays - Full Chromoly bar and fork - High rise Salt Pro top load stem with STC (shark tooth clamping) inside the stem body to provide a vise-like grip on the bars - Saltplus Sting tires in 2.40" and 2.30" - Fat padded Tripod seat and post - Removable brake hardware - Saltplus PRO Nylon/Fiberglass hub guards - Fully sealed bearing wheels
SE went berserk this year with a complete makeover of the So Cal Flyer! There are three stellar new color schemes, upgrades, and added parts galore. New this year are the Big Honkinish cruiser bars, super grippy Flyer seat, Vee Cub x SE tires, and new SE Bikes Life grips equipped with SE donuts. In addition, we’ve added a set of wheelie pegs and a newly designed SE Bikes Life number plate. The So Cal sets the new standard for 24-inch wheelie bikes.
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
The Darko is back in both 20.5” and 21” toptube sizes in a crazy neon yellow option as well as a stealthy matte black. Featuring a solid lineup of Radio and Salt components. This affordable ride is ready to shred the street. - 1020 Hi-Ten frame with chromoly toptube and downtube - Removable pivots and guides - Radio AM 170mm 3-piece cranks - Radio Darko 1020 Hi-Ten bars - 13.2" chainstays, 11.7" bottom bracket height
Brian Kachinsky has an all-out, high-speed technical approach to his riding. GT's BK Team is built for exactly that. Just as "Kachinsky" has become a descriptor for some of the craziest city features in the world, the GT BK Team is designed to give you the confidence you need to learn the foundations to one day conquer a "Kachinsky" and make sure you look good while doing it.
The WeThePeople CRS enters 2018 with three fresh colorways and a healthy upgrade of new components. The geometry of the CRS has been tailored specifically to allow younger riders to be able to progress quicker, including short 13.2” chainstays and 165mm cranks, giving the CRS a responsive and snappy ride. Fully sealed Salt AM cassette hub, the new Salt Fraction rims and even a pair of Eclat Surge plastic pedals. - Shorter chainstays and cranks for younger riders - High rise Salt Pro top load stem with STC (shark tooth clamping) inside the stem body to provide a vise-like grip on the bars - Fully sealed Salt AM cassette hub - Fatter 2.35" tires front and rear
$379.99 - $389.99
The updated Saiko 20” now with a lower standover frame and 8.25” handlebar for a more agile 20” bike than anything else Radio currently offers. Perfect for riders that are too small for a regular 20” bike or want a bike that’s easier to throw around and learn tricks on at the skate park. - 1020 Hi-Ten steel frame with Chromoly downtube - Holes for removable Gyro tabs - Radio Rookie 165mm 3-piece cranks - Radio Saiko 1020 Hi-Ten bars - 13.2" chainstays, 11.75" bottom bracket height
Bringing WeThePeople quality to an even lower price point, the Nova gets upgraded with 2.35" Salt Tracer tires, the Pro front load stem, and two incredible color options. A short 20" top tube and 13.2" chainstay keeps the Nova nimble and easy to maneuver for first-time riders, while 25-9 gearing and mid padded combo seat give it the same feel as our pro-level bikes. You’ll be hard to find an entry-level bike that packs as much punch as the Nova. - Shorter geometry makes it the perfect first 20" BMX bike for younger riders - 25-9 gearing - Fatter 2.35" tires, front and rear - Sealed Mid BB
Radio Evol is ready to rule the park and the streets at an affordable price point. Full 1020 Hi-Ten steel frame for a smooth ride and a nice mix of Radio and Salt parts to bring you through all those sessions in style. - Full 1020 Hi-Ten frame - Radio AM 1020 Hi-Ten fork - Radio AM 165mm cranks - 13.2" chainstays - 11.75" bottom bracket height
Step up your little rippter to MirraCo' Wedge. Its frame features chromoly top and down tubes for a lighter, stronger ride. The low-profile 25/9 microdrive gearing and rock-solid Vise 3-piece chromoly cranks quickly pedal you up to speed. Plus, the tough aluminum wheels stand up to hard landings and the grippy Vise MT tires love to carve the bowls. And, FPD’s shin-friendly plastic pedals offer great traction, so you can concentrate on smooth bar spins and quick tail whips.
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