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MirraCo’s Durbin loves a good challenge in the concrete jungle. The two-tube chromoly frame and full chromoly fork with tapered legs provide outstanding strength and agility to handle almost anything that you can throw at it. Spinning on sturdy aluminum wheels with tough chromoly axles, the Durbin deftly transfers to the tranny and tire taps as long as you like. And you know this beast is going to stand up to the unforgiving urban landscape with rugged Black Label chromoly bars and Vise 3-piece chromoly cranks, so take the Vise ST tires to the streets and grind your heart out on the Black Label Graduate pedals.
Subrosa's Salvador is a rock-solid platform to help you reach a new level of street riding Nirvana. Chromoly down tube and seat tube, and a hi-tensile steel fork with chromoly steerer and tapered legs, mean this bike is primed for the park. Rant wheels and tires stick the landings and rail through turns, while the three-piece cranks and 25/9 microdrive keep things light, simple, and fast. Dressed up with a selection of Rant and Shadow Conspiracy components, and you've got a whip you can push boundaries on.
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If you have to choose between Radio Bikes' Darko and Jake Gyllenhaall's, remember that a bicycle probably will not flood your high school. This bad boy features a Chromoly down tube and high tensile steel for tough-as-nails durability. The stiff, sturdy Salt Valon front and Summit rear rims come wrapped in grippy Salt Strike tires to handle all your landings and keep you rolling.
Subrosa's Arum is a solid choice for the intermediate street rider who enjoys getting air off ramps and rails. It's built around a chromoly front triangle and 100% chromoly bars and forks. This combination makes it light and tough, perfect for taking your skills to the streets and perfecting new tricks. Rant wheels with sealed bearing hubs carve through the park and Shadow Valor LP 2.4-inch tires give you the confidence to carve high and nail new lines. Plus, the 25/9 micro drivetrain, sealed mid bottom bracket, and Rant cranks let you pick up speed with each pedal stroke. Shadow Chula DCR grips, a Subrosa Logo Mid seat, and Rant plastic pedals round out this eye-catching bike.
Subrosa's Arum XL is a solid choice for the intermediate street rider who enjoys a bit more room while boosting air off ramps and rails. Its built around a chromoly front triangle frame and 100% chromoly bars and forks. This combination makes it light and tough, perfect for taking your skills to the streets and perfecting new tricks. Rant wheels with sealed bearing hubs carve through the park and Shadow Valor LP 2.4-inch tires give you the confidence to carve high and nail new lines. Plus, the 25/9 micro drivetrain, sealed mid bottom bracket, and Rant cranks let you pick up speed with each pedal stroke. Shadow Chula DCR grips, a Subrosa seat, and Rant plastic pedals round out this eye-catching bike.
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
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
Tall riders in search of big freestyle fun will love Subrosa's Arum XL. The frame features a 21-inch top tube for taller riders, chromoly down and top tubes, a hi-tensile rear triangle, and a full chromoly fork with tapered legs and an integrated bearing race. This combination makes it light and tough, perfect for taking your skills to the streets and honing new tricks. Rant wheels with sealed bearing hubs carve through the park and help you line up for jumps, while Rant tires give you the confidence to pin corners and nail new lines. The drivetrain features a 25/9 microdrive setup and a sealed mid bottom bracket, and the three-piece tubular cranks from Rant power a Subrosa Shred sprocket. The Arum is ready to hit the streets with Shadow Conspiracy Thirteen grips, Subrosa Hold Tight stem and Rose Shield seat, chromoly bars, and Rant pedals.
Little riders and little bikes should be proportionate, that's why MirraCo makes the Rutherford. Its 6061-aluminum frame and 18-inch top tube make it easy for up-and-coming riders to advance their skills without the weight. The lightweight, low-profile 25/9 microdrive gearing and rock-solid Vise 3-piece chromoly cranks quickly pedal you up to speed. And, the tough aluminum wheels stand up to hard landings while the grippy Vise MT tires love to carve the bowls. Plus, 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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The Arcade is one stylish ride built to shred it all. This year the Arcade gets a shorter 13.2-inch chainstay and 165mm cranks, giving it a more responsive and modern feel. You’ll also find, on top of the Salt EX sealed cassette hub and WeThePeople Tripod seat and post combo, some new components from Salt including the EX grips and Tracer 2.35-inch tires front and in the rear due to the super wide Salt Moto XL brake. Whether it’s the Matt Black with a smattering of Oil Slick parts, or the mystical Smoked Chrome version, you have one incredible bike that rides just as good as it looks.
The WeThePeople Arcade is a tasteful and stylish model built to ride and shred it all. For 2018 WTP offers the Arcade in both a 20.5” and a longer 21” option, giving larger or senior riders the ability to ride one of the most popular bikes in the WTP line. You’ll find some truly bombproof components including the Salt AM sealed cassette hub and Tracer 2.35” tires, as well as some new 2018 parts including Fraction)rims and Comp sprocket. Between the Matt Black version with a touch of Satin Oil Slick, and the mesmerizing Translucent Blue colorway, you’ll be left debating which one you want to take home the fastest.
WeThePeople gives you the Reason to step up and go bigger. This bike features a chromoly down tube, top tube, and chainstays for incredible strength and a full chromo fork that handles its share of air and tricky landings. The Reason keeps the cromo theme going with nice, wide bars and tubular 3-piece cranks. The wheels are double-wall, front and rear, both spinning around Salt hubs and encased in big Salt tires for excellent grip. A Salt Moto brake in the back scrubs speed, SaltPlus nylon pedals save your shins, and a WTP seat/post combination keeps the weight low. Plus, removable guides keep the frame nice and clean, if that's your thing.
Trust WeThePeople for a bike that holds up as you progress. 100% chromoly graces the beautiful frame, SaltPlus HQ fork, and handlebars. Salt Pro48 3-piece cranks can be changed between left- and right-side drive so you can grind whichever way is more comfortable on the set of included pegs. The éclat Trippin double wall rims are wrapped in Salt tires, and spin freely around a front SaltPlus Expert female hub and a bomber rear Trapez cassette hub. Plastic éclat pedals, the Pivotal seat, and a SaltPlus brake completes the package. Trust your ride, trust your skills.
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