2020 We The People Revolver Review

This bike looks sick. I love the dark grey color and the tall looking frame. The Revolver has everything you need on a bike. With full chromoly, aftermarket forks and stem. It comes in a lightweight 25.85 lbs and 28/9 gearing.


  • Pro-level Bike
  • Full Chromoly
  • Double Wall Rims

Images from WTP https://wethepeoplebmx.de/bikes/revolver


Without question one of the greatest bikes ever created, this Revolver model from WeThePeople is created from the best materials and equipped with superb components to ensure you get the most from every ride. Engineered with a Revolver 4130 Sanko Steel frame at its core that's equipped with full Sanko forks and a CrMo component spec. This bike build is an immensely balanced, robust and responsive ride that's perfect for all riding styles and terrains. Whether you like to ride bowls, hit rails down at your local street spots or seizing air on dirt jump trails, this Revolver will sit perfectly within your arsenal.

Epic BMX Freestyle Component Spec and Finishing Kit from Éclat

Driven for speed, efficiency and control, this epic freestyler is equipped with the faster 28/9T gearing for more speed at a moment notice while powerful Éclat U-brakes scrub speed accurately when needed. It comes fitted with a full set of WeThePeople Toxic CrMo pegs and Éclat hub guard so you can hit any rail, ledge or wall with confidence. This build is wrapped up with an epic component build and finishing kit from Éclat, combined with an amazing paint job and all the stylish frills to set it aside from anything else on the market, there is really no need to consider a custom build when you get a ride of such exceptional quality straight out of the box.

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  • Ghost Grey


Frame: WeThePeople Revolver frame, 4130 full Sanko Steel, invest cast wishbone & 7.5mm dropouts
Fork: Éclat Storm fork, post liquid heat-treated & butted Sanko Steel tubing, 30mm offset
Bars: WeThePeople Revolver, post liquid heat-treated 4130 CrMo
Grips: WeThePeople Manta flangeless grips, Éclat Tech-Bolt barends
Stem: WeThePeople Patrol CNC Alloy top loading stem, 28mm rise, 53mm reach
Headset: WeThePeople Compact int. headset, sealed bearing
Gyro: Holes for removable gyro tabs
Brake Lever: Salt Moto Alloy
Brakes: Éclat Talon Alloy u-brake-rear
Cranks: WeThePeople Logic 22mm tubular 3pc crank CrMo, 175mm, 48 spline
Bottom Bracket: WeThePeople Compact 22mm, press fit, sealed bearing
Pedals: WeThePeople Logic Nylon/Fibreglass
Chain: Éclat Diesel
Sprocket: WeThePeople Patrol 6061-T6 Alloy, 28t CNC
Driver: 9t, 1pc cassette driver, full bushing, SDS (RSD/LSD switchable)
Front Hub: Éclat Pulse hub, sb, 3/8" axle, 36h
Rear Hub: Éclat Pulse cassette, sb hub, 9t, 14mm axle, 36h, SDS driver
Hub Guards: Éclat Pulse 4140 CrMo x2
Front Rim: WeThePeople Logic 36mm double wall welded, 36h - Learn about single vs double wall rims here
Rear Rim: WeThePeople Logic 36mm double wall welded, 36h
Seat: Éclat Bios slim padded pivotal
Post: WeThePeople Team pivotal seat post, 606-T6 Alloy, 200mm long
Clamp: WeThePeople Supreme CNC machined Alloy
Tires: WeThePeople Overbite, 2.35" front & rear
Pegs: WeThePeople Toxic, 4140 CrMo Steel, 4.25" x2
Weight: 11.72kg/25.85 lbs

Frame Geometry

A: Top Tube Length: 21" - Learn what size is right for you here.

21" is one of the longer sizes.

This is good for taller riders that are between 5'8" to 6'3"

B: Chain Stay Length: 13.5” mid

This is a long chainstay. A longer chainstay givers you a lot of control with manuals and bunny hops. However, it is less responsive compared to smaller frames.

C: Head Tube Angle: 74.75° - Learn About Head Tube Angles Here

Steep head tube angles make the bike "snappy" meaning more responsive to fast turns.

A less steep head tube gives you more control.

D: Seat Tube Angle: 71°

E: Bottom Bracket Height: 11.5"

F: Stand Over Height: 9.1"

This is a normal-sized standover. I'd say it is mid-range. Tall stand overs make the bike more controllable with bars and t-bogs. Shorter stand overs make whips and spins fast.


Not many complete BMX bikes cost over $1000. Also, not many people can afford a bike that costs more than $1000. I'm not going to say that the Revolver is not worth $1169 because it totally is... However, it is a ton of money, and you should only buy it if you plan to ride BMX for a very long time.


For $1169 I'd hope to get a top-quality bike. That's exactly what this is. The WTP Revolver is equivalent to building a completely custom bike.

Sanko 4130 Chromoly is the strongest type or Chromoly. This bike has a fully Sanko frame, bars and forks.

WETHEPEOPLE LOGIC DOUBLE WALL RIM a pro-level double-wall rim.

Strong 22mm 3pc Cranks



One Of the Best quality bikes of 2020

All of the parts on the Revolver are so so good. This is definitely the highlight.


Soooo Expensive

$1169 is a crazy price and will not be good for beginners. If you have the money to spend on this bike please send me some. haha.

Buy if you are learning:

  • Anything
  • pull up barspins
  • crankflips
  • feeble grinds
  • 720
  • Big drops
  • Whips
  • Flips

Don't buy if you are learning:

  • Safe for any kind of riding.

Conclusion 🤩

I really love every aspect of the bike. The grey is so clean looking. The aftermarket parts are so strong. And the specs are great for having control. Personally, this bike would be perfect for me with the specs and the quality of parts. I normally break a lot of parts and I think this bike would last me well.

Frequently Asked Questions

How tall do you have to be for this bike?

This bike is great for riders between 5'6" and 6'2"

How long will this bike last me?

For pro riders I'd say the parts on the Revolver will last over 2 years. So for a non-pro, it will last much longer.

Is this a good bike?

One of the strongest bikes of 2020!!!!

How much does the WTP Revolver weigh?

It weighs 25.85 lbs

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