Rumour has it that Brett Silva had to hire a skip whilst filming for his 2015 WTP edit because he was literally smashing it everyday. READ MORE »
Athens seemed like a perfect destination, the sun always seems to be shining and the spots always look like something from a super ghetto escape from LA meets the Gladiator film. The team took off there in February, risky you might say, but its Greece they said? The sun shone alright, but it was cold and it even managed to snow for 2 days, the first time in 4 years I think for Athens. Never the less, Mike Curley, Ed Zunda, Pete Sawyer and Jordan Waters hit it hard each day and came away with this solid edit from Will Evans. Huge thanks to George, CSG and 2dk Sports for all the support and help.
Here’s a promo we filmed with Ed Zunda for our Helix Freecoaster hub which was designed and developed with input from Ed and the rest of the Wethepeople team.
We took the tried and tested features from the best freecoasters to date and then developed our very own patented clutch balance system, making this thing the most durable and reliable free coaster of it’s kind. Paired up with our new free coaster hub guards, the Helix hub will take you backwards in style and hold up to any peg abuse that comes its way.
For more info on the Helix Freecoaster please visit HERE.
Dillon got his first prototype of his signature frame and we called in Scott Marceau to take some exclusive photos. DIG has a great article and interview so head over there now and take a look. Heres some photos… READ MORE »
We headed to the streets of Frankfurt to bring you this week’s dose of madness. Dima Prykhodko has been on fire recently and here are 4 bangers we managed to get of our secret German street weapon on home turf.
Another Friday treat for you all. This week’s #FOURCLIPFRIDAY is brought to you by Pete Sawyer with some wild pegless lines from his local park in the UK.
Gone are the days of taking a heavy tool bag with you from spot to spot. The Wethepeople Smuggler seat takes our proven team fat pivotal seat and uses two hidden compartments inside the foam, allowing you to carefully hide the supplied 5,6 and 8mm allen keys, or pretty much whatever else you can fit in there. From simple maintenance, to fully stripping your bike ready for travel, team up the Smuggler seat with our 17mm Socket seatpost and you have your own personal tool kit with you where ever you ride, ready for anything.
Ed Zunda Whip Check. This thing is looking dreamy.
The Patron Fork from WETHEPEOPLE is all about choice and giving you the option to pick between two popular versions. The 7mm full investment casted heat-treated hollow dropouts are what make this fork so special and are offered in either a traditional 35mm offset or a more street orientated 25mm version for those of you who like to get nice and steep on the front wheel. The Patron Fork is run by many of our PRO and AM riders and is a fundamental product in the current WTP collection. Mo Nussbaumer has been out in Barcelona for a while now and he managed to sneak a few clips in for this promo. READ MORE »