The Good: Full Chromoly Frame/Fork/Bar, Double Wall Rims, Odyssey Aitken & Path Tires, Éclat Gonzo Seat, Salt Plus CNC'd Top Load Stem
The Bad: Loose Ball Hubs, 7" Bars, Wethepeople discontinued it
I traded my KHS SJ200 for this bike because I didn't like the components and couldn't do much with it at the skatepark. There weren't any good dirt jumps where I lived, so it was either street or park. This bike is a great 24" bike. I can ride over a 3' spine without jumping and ride straight down a 7' quarter pipe without the sprocket hitting. This is better than the Sunday Model C because it has a full chromoly frame. I feel huge when I ride this bike because of the big wheels and a 13.75" bottom bracket. I haven't had to many problems on this bike except a few loose spokes and a weak fork. I bent the steerer tube doing disasters, but I got a new one from the warranty. The new one is doing pretty well. I don't like the loose ball hubs, but haven't had any problems with them. The brake lever gave me a blister one time, so I put an Éclat Sniper lever on it. I like to have this bike for riding on big things. I can clear my 18' driveway on this bike. If you want a good 24" freestyle bike and can find one of these for sale, I say go for it. It's one of the best 24" freestyle bikes on the market. It's too bad Wethepeople stopped making these and I'm glad I found mine at my local bike shop, since only 30 of them were sent to the United States. It's a great bike. I love it!