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2013 WeThePeople Zodiac Bike

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“good bike overall”

The Good: the bike is very light, it looks really nice and rides smooth. The sealed bearings are great! The bike feels strong.

The Bad: top load stem but that is opinion, sometimes the bars slip which can be annoying. cranks become loose sometimes but that is not so bad as long as you tighten them before you ride. only other thing is that grips wear easy and are not so comfy.

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bike is very good , looks really nice feels strong and light apart from stem i liked everything about it, i would recommend this bike to beginners and people moving on to harder tricks.

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The Good: Great geo. Good for spins and manuals Top load stem Pedals are a bit bigger better for riders with big feet Good rims and loud hub

The Bad: Nothing except the grips wear within a month but they are soft and comfortable

Overall Review: Bike is amazing I'd ride this over any other bike

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“Best Complete On The Market!”

The Good: Strong Good looking Lightweight

The Bad: Integrated Seat Post

Overall Review: I used to have this bike until I sold it to get a custom one. It looks good and is really strong! I rode it for a whole year (and put it through some tough bails and fails) but didn't break any parts. The only thing I didn't like was that integrated seat post made having a high seat not an option, unless you cut it. But, overall, this is an amazing bike for all riders.

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The Good: Strong, descent, awesome

The Bad: brake wear on rear rim

Overall Review: I got the 2010 on sale but the only difference is the rims on the 2011 were changed to eclat instead of salt and I gotta say after the shit its gone through in such a short amount of time it's held up pretty good. Brake wear is expected with a colored rear rim but whatever... Everything is dialed and awesome - The bars are what really throw me away because of what I've done to them. I was out riding street one day w/ my buddys and wen't for this 4ft drop over a rail - I clipped the rail and my bars bent out because it was straight out of bike shop and everything wasn't as tight as possible. We were stuck with no tools and I ended up having to slam them into the wall to get them back into place on my stem - I slammed those things so hard and not a single dent has been put in them. I was surprised. I barely got them back into place and everything was good till I got home. On the 2010 the salt rims were bent in the rear eventually where the weld is. It hasn't really changed a bit and I've just been lazy to true the darn thing up but its definately held up straight through the amount of tailwhips I've tried and failed. This bike is just one good bike :D

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Model Year 2013
Frame 4130 full cromo, tapered butted tubing, int. chain tensioner
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    Seat Tube Angle
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    BB Height
Fork SALTPLUS Magic fork, sanko tubing, cnc steerer, inv. cast dropouts
Handlebar 4130 CrMo bar, 8.25" height, wide style
Stem SALTPLUS “Delta” cnc alloy top loading stem, 50mm reach
Grips ECLAT Moon Shane Weston signature grips
Bar Ends
Headset SALTPLUS Echo int. headset, sealed bearing
Cranks SALTPLUS “Metron16” (L&R) tubular 3pc crank crmo, 170mm, 16 spline
Sprocket SALTPLUS “Manta” 6061 T6 alloy, cnc, 26t sprocket
Bottom Bracket SALT “Mid Size”, bb-set, press fit, sealed bearing
Pedals ECLAT Plaza nylon/fibreglass pedals
Chain ECLAT Diesel chain
Driver/Freewheel 9T 1-piece cassette driver, L&R switch drive, sealed bearing
Front Rim ÉCLAT “Trippin” straight 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 SALTPLUS “Trapez” cassette, 9t L&R switch drive, sealed bearing
Front Tire ECLAT Control 2.3"
Rear Tire ECLAT Escape 2.1"
Seat ECLAT Oz mid padded pivotal seat
Seatpost SALT “AM” pivotal seat post, alloy, 155mm
Seatpost Clamp Integrated inv. cast seat clamp
Brakes SALTPLUS “Geo” alloy u-brake rear
Brake Levers SALTPLUS “Geo” hinged alloy brake lever

24 lb 7 oz (11.1 kg)

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