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We took our CRS complete and gave it a new-school street injection in the form of a SALT PRO sealed freecoaster hub. Now with a sealed front hub and available in two colour options, this entry-level freecoasting whip is ready for anything.
|Aftermarket Salt Parts|
|12.75 Responsive Chain Stay|
|FRAME MATERIAL: 4130 crmo down tube, 1020 hi-ten|
|WHEEL SIZE: 20"|
|TOP TUBE LENGTH: 20.25"|
|CHAIN STAY LENGTH: 12.75"|
|HEADTUBE ANGLE: 75°|
|SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 71.5°|
|FORKS: SALT “AM 20” fork, 1020 hi-ten , 4130 crmo steerer, 26mm offset|
|BARS: SALT "CRS 20" bar, 1020 hi-ten|
|STEM: SALT “PRO” top load stem, 50mm reach|
|HEADSET: SALT “PRO” int. headset, sealed bearing|
|BRAKE MOUNTS: Welded|
|BRAKES: SALTPLUS “Geo XL” alloy u-brake rear|
|FRONT HUB: SALT “AM” alloy hub, sealed bearing, 3/8”s axle, 36h|
|FRONT RIM: SALT “FRACTION” rim, single wall, 36h|
|REAR HUB: SALT “PRO” freecoaster hub, full sealed, 9t, 14mm axle, 36h|
|REAR RIM: SALT “FRACTION” rim, single wall, 36h|
|TYRES: SALT “TRACER” 2.35" front & rear|
|SPROCKET: SALT “GATEWAY” steel 25t sprocket|
|CRANKS: SALT “ROOKIE” tubular 3pc crank crmo 165mm, 8 Spline|
|BB: SALT “MID” 19mm, press fit, sealed bearing|
|PEDALS: ÉCLAT “SURGE” nylon/fiberglass pedals|
|SEAT: ECLAT “BIOS” Mid padded pivotal seat|
|WEIGHT: 12.31kg / 27.13lbs|
This is a smaller toptube size. Check the size guide to see if its right for you..
Getting a top tube that is taller than suggested will make the bike feel more controlled and less responsive
Getting a top tube size that is smaller than normal will make the bike feel a lot more snappy and responsive.
This is a short chainstay.
A long chain stay will make the bike feel controlled.
A short chain stay makes the bike feel twitchy. Spins will be easy, but airing and jumping might feel hard to control.
A long chain stay will make the bike feel really controlled. Spins will feel sluggish, but manuals and air tricks will feel nice because it will be more stable.
Steep head tube angles make the bike “snappy” meaning more responsive to fast turns.
A less steep head tube gives you more control.
This is a medium standover.
A medium standover will balance controlled and responsive feelings. Giving you the perfect amount of seat to pinch when trying barspins.
Riding a tall rise, will give you more leverage on the bike. Making it easier to pull back and lift the front wheel up.
This is a medium width.
Narrow bars make barspins easier.
Wide bars give you more control and stability when steering.
As far as I know, there is a sweet spot for backsweep. Too much will make the bike feel weird, and too little will make the bike unstable. It seems like the sweet spot is around 11º to 12º. If you need something a little more aggressive and straight feeling, go for 10º, but only do this if 11º is uncomfortable.
This is a normal upsweep!
There is a lot of discussion about 1º upsweep vs. 4º upsweep. Some people are running experiments and testing if the greater upsweep will make drops feel better. It seems like a lot of street riders run 4º to 5º upsweep. This helps for wrist pain and lessens the impact of big drops.
Now the 2021 wethepeople CRS FC is a pretty good bike for $439. It does include some aftermarket parts and a little bit of chromoly that might justify this price. However, in my opinion, it's just a little bit overpriced. For this price, I think you should be able to find something with at least a trimoly frame and maybe one or two double wall rims.
Like I mentioned above the CRS FC is OK quality especially because of those aftermarket parts. The extra salt parts in a few eclat parts make it stand out from the rest but with that being said, a bike this price really should have some more chromoly if you want it to last as you progressed to a mid-level rider.
All in all the 2021 wethepeople CRS is a really good looking bike. It could use some quality improvements especially to justify the price. The freecoaster will allow you to shred the streets with ease. But it is built for a brand-new rider who needs a bike with good geometry that will help them progress faster at BMX. If you're new or just learning some basic tricks the CRS FC would be a good fit for you. You just might have to replace parts over time as you progress and as they start to break.