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2013 WeThePeople Trust Bike

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    “wethepeople trust 2012 (black 20.5)”

    The Good: I think the best part is the fork because It took a lot of beating and it never bent or cracked plus it's feels very light. The cranks are really good too. Never had a problem with except a little noise it does when I pedal but It's not really disturbing. The eclat pedals are very grippy even when they wear out (because of nylon I think). Both hubs are very good, never had a problem with them. The rims are pretty solid parts in this bike. They took a lot of beating when I ride them and they are still fine except the back one that is slighly oval but it still resisted alot. The chain never broke and is pretty light I just had to add a half-link and remove a link because it was too loose. I personally like the seat because it's fat but not too much so it's ideal for me cause I don't sit too much. The sprocket is decent. I never hitted the bike on that part so it never bent.

    The Bad: I like the color of the bars however the geometry was weird and I've bent them like 5 months ago. The frame was very solid and light but I'm quite tall (6'1) so sometimes I hit the bars with my knees when i'm riding. It happened that I broke the top tube 2 month ago and I really didn't expect that. It lasted me like 2 years so It wasn't a really bad frame but a bit little for me. The tyres wears very fast and the pitch mid had a cut on the left wall 1 month after getting the bike. The pitch flow lasted a bit more but I had a lot of punctures and tyre was so weared out that you could almost see the inner tube. The grips are shit they last nothing.

    Overall Review:

    I rode this bike for more than 2 years and it's still a great bike! All the parts of this bike are very solid and light. It's a good first bike and then change the defective parts for better ones.

    “2012 trust!”

    The Good: everything really

    The Bad: the bars don't feel too strong but till they crack I'll keep them on lol.

    Overall Review:

    The bike is brilliant, full cromo frame, bars and forks. female front hub and the salt pro rear hub has decent emgagement etc.

    “solid complete!”

    The Good: Hubs are great looks super sharp light enough for a bike at it's price all sealed bearings

    The Bad: pinch-bolt cranks bars have weird geometry, and they eventually bent

    Overall Review:

    Taking my 2010 WTP TRUST airborne at memorial skatepark in san diego, CA

    I have a 2010 model i purchased used last year. it was still in like new condition, so i grabbed it.

    This is the nicest STOCK bike i have ever owned. I have since changed almost all of the components on it to make it my own, but i havent really broken anything, except the bars got a little bent. the wheels had to get trued a couple times, but I jump on them every day around the city. I use the bike primarily as a commuter, and it rides about 50-70 miles EVERY WEEK

    The biggest plus for me was the hubs, they are running 3 years strong and i have not had to adjust them or replace a bearing even once. same goes for the bb bearing and headset. you really cant ask for much more out-of-the-box. The pinch bolt cranks are kinda heavy & look cheap, but hey- you can buy your own overpriced, underweighted cranks if you want.

    I notice a lot of people calling some of these completes "heavy" - I would assume they are little kids who cant lift the weight or think that everything good is light. I challenge anyone to find a bike at the price of the WTP trust that is lighter AND stronger.  This bike is no toy, it is ready to shred!  If you think its too heavy go buy a redline carbon fiber bmx racing bike- then jump it off a 10-stair and see what happens!

    “2011 model”

    The Good: nice geometry, hubs are pretty good for about 10 months, feels really good on any terrain.

    The Bad: pinch bolt cranks, male rear axle, tyres.

    Overall Review: had the bike for about 10 months and its taken alot of abuse and still holds up well, a few problems here and there but you cant stop wear and tear.

    “2011 Trust Bike”

    The Good: Light, rolls smooth, love the female front hub it spins forever, the overall feel of the bike is awesome, bars are pretty nice I like the rise to them. grips feel good.

    The Bad: The spokes come loose fairly often, the tires are not that great, the brakes are squeaky no matter how i adjust them, the rear hub moves a bit (need to get some chain tensioners), peddles were ok, just cheaper plastic ones so I put my old ones on. bars feel light although they feel cheap and fragile,

    Overall Review: Overall, I've had the bike for about 6 months and I really like it! I'm 6'4" so it's hard to find any bike that I feel comfortable on, but i do on this. As long as you're somewhat mechanically inclined and can stay on top of the upkeep such as spokes, you should be fine. Get some chain tensioners, new tires/tubes, pedals, and possibly bars.

    “awsome!! i love it”

    The Good: the hole bike

    The Bad: i wish the back hub was female to

    Overall Review: i had this bike for about 2 months and i love it i dident change anaything yet

    Specifications

    Model Year 2013
    Frame 4130 full crmo, tapered butted tubing, int. chain tensioner
        Materials
        Top Tube Length
        Chainstay Length
        Head Tube Angle
        Seat Tube Angle
        Standover Height
        BB Height
        Brakemounts
        Dropouts
    Fork SALTPLUS “HQ” fork, full 4130 crmo, 1pc crmo steerer
    Handlebar 4130 crmo bar
    Stem SALTPLUS “Delta” cnc alloy front loading stem, 50mm reach
    Grips WETHEPEOPLE “Mugen” grip
    Bar Ends
    Headset SALTPLUS “Echo” int. headset, sealed bearing
    Cranks SALT PRO48 (L&R) tubular 3pc crank cromo 170mm, 48 spline
    Sprocket SALTPLUS “Echo” 6061 T6 alloy, cnc, 25t sprocket
    Bottom Bracket SALT “Mid Size” , press fit, sealed bearing
    Pedals ÉCLAT “Slash” nylon/fibreglass pedals
    Chain SALT “AM”chain, 510H type
    Driver/Freewheel 9T 1-piece Cassette Driver sealed Bearing
    Front Rim ÉCLAT “Trippin” aero double wall rim, 36h
    Rear Rim ÉCLAT “Trippin” straight double wall rim, 36h
    Front Hub SALTPLUS “Trapez” female hub, 3/8”s bolts, sb, 36h
    Rear Hub SALT “Pro”cassette hub, sb, 9t, hollow 14mm axle, 36h
    Front Tire SALT Pitch Mid 2.3"
    Rear Tire SALT Pitch Flow 2.2"
    Spokes
    Seat WETHEPEOPLE “The Bel Air” fat padded pivotal seat
    Seatpost SALT “AM” pivotal seat post, alloy, 155mm
    Seatpost Clamp SALTPLUS “Echo” full cnc 6061 T6 alloy seat clamp
    Brakes SALTPLUS “Geo” alloy u-brake rear
    Brake Levers SALTPLUS “Geo” hinged alloy brake lever
    Detangler
    Cable
    Pegs SALT “AM” steel pegs (1 pair)
    Colors Blue
    Weight

    24 lb 0 oz (10.9 kg)

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