2018 Wethepeople Curse FS

This year Wethepeople have added the FS version to the Curse range – which comes with an added Gyro set-up. All the features of the regular Curse, of course – revised geometry (with a shorter back end at 13.2″ slammed), better quality frame build, and updates on the components make this popular bike one of the best mid-price bikes available. It’s built with Eclat and Salt after-market parts, 2.35″ tyres f&r, 3pc cromoly cranks with 165mm arms complete with a sealed mid BB, and more. Check this out.

SPEC
Frame: 4130 crmo down tube, 1020 hi-ten
Fork: SALT “AM 20” fork, 1020 hi-ten , 4130 crmo steerer, 28mm offset
Bars: SALT “Curse 20” bar, 1020 hi-ten
Grips: WETHEPEOPLE “Arrow 146” Vex compound grips
Stem: SALT “PRO” top loading stem, 50mm reach
Headset: SALT “PRO” int. headset, sealed bearing
Gyro: Salt “AM” Rotor  w/ holes for removable gyro tabs
Lever: SALT “AM” alloy brake lever
Brakes: SALTPLUS “Geo XL” alloy u-brake rear
Cranks: SALT “Rookie” tubular 3pc crank crmo 165mm, 8 Spline
BB: SALT “MID” 19mm, press fit, sealed bearing
Pedals:  ÉCLAT “Surge” nylon/fiberglass pedals
Chain: SALT “AM” chain, 510h type
Sprocket SALT “AM” steel 25t sprocket
Driver: 9t, 1pc cassette driver, sealed bearing
Front Hub: SALT “AM” alloy hub, loose ball 3/8”s axle, 36h
Rear Hub: SALT “AM” cassette hub, full sealed, 9t, 14mm axle, 36h
Front Rim: SALT “Fraction” rim, straight single wall, 36h
Rear Rim: SALT “Fraction” rim, straight single wall, 36h
Seat: WETHEPEOPLE “Curse 20” Mid padded pivotal seat
Seat Post: SALT “AM” pivotal seat post
Seat Clamp: SALT “AM” alloy seat clamp
Tires: SALT “Tracer” 2.35″ front & rear
Weight: 11.68kg / 25.76lbs

“Taking our already stacked Curse complete we gave it a full freestyle upgrade in the form of a Salt (AM) Rotor setup, turning it into an unstoppable park machine, ready for pretty much any trick you can throw at it. Laced together with all the amazing new Salt parts like the Tracer tires and EX grips that have made the Curse such a winner, its freestyle brother is a bike with no half measures.” – WTP