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One the most anticipated bikes in BMX, the CRS is a bike Wethepeople are proud to put their stamp of approval on. Featuring an Eclat aftermarket parts injection including the "Bios" Pivotal seat and “Pure” seat clamp, the CRS also packs plenty of aftermarket goodness from Salt including a fully sealed Salt (AM) cassette hub, the new Salt (Fraction) rims. The geometry of the CRS has been tailored specifically to allow younger riders to be able to progress quicker, including short 12.75” chainstays, 26mm offset fork and 165mm cranks, giving the CRS a responsive and snappy ride. One of the most well engineered entry level bikes on the market, the CRS is a bike built with vision.
|FRAME MATERIAL: 4130 crmo down tube, 1020 hi-ten|
|WHEEL SIZE: 20" - Learn what size is right for you here.|
|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, loose ball 3/8”s axle, 36h|
|FRONT RIM: SALT “FRACTION” rim, straight single wall, 36h|
|REAR HUB: SALT “AM” cassette hub, full sealed, 9t, 14mm axle, 36h|
|REAR RIM: SALT “FRACTION” rim, straight 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: Eclat “SURGE” nylon/fiberglass pedals|
|SEAT: Eclat “BIOS” Mid padded pivotal seat|
|WEIGHT: 12.00kg / 26.45lbs|
In my opinion the bike is over priced. Sitting at $500 you are spending a lot of money on a bike that will need lots of upgrading later on.
The 2020 Wethepeople CRS has Salt/Eclat after market parts included. This is similar to Kink putting on their lower end brand "mission" on bikes. It allows them to sell at a cheaper price. This bike is a lower quality bike with Hi-ten parts.
For people that are just starting out, the compact geometry will help them progress a little faster.
I really don't that $500 is a good price...
Here are a few better bikes for the same price...