2018 Wethepeople Nova

The Nova is Wethepeople’s first rung on the complete bike ladder – built to the same attention to detail as the pro models, with a sprinkling of aftermarket products from Eclat and Salt… built around a revised 2018 geometry frame – with a shorter back end, 75º head angle, 11.75″ bb height, and a 8.25″ standover. With 8.75″ tall bars, semi-sealed cassette hub, 3pc cromoly cranks, and new 2.35″ Salt tyres – this thing is affordable, and dialled.
RRP £419

SPEC
Frame: 1020 hi-ten
Fork: SALT “AM 20” fork, 1020 hi-ten , 4130 crmo steerer, 28mm offset
Bars: SALT “Nova” bar, 1020 hi-ten
Grips: SALT “EX” grips
Stem: SALT “PRO” front loading stem, 50mm reach
Headset: SALT “AM” A-headset, loose ball
Gyro: 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, loose ball bearing
Front Hub: SALT ”Nova” alloy hub, loose ball 3/8″s axle, 36h
Rear Hub: SALT “Nova” cassette hub, semi sealed, 9t, 14mm axle, 36h
Front Rim: SALT “Beam” rim, straight single wall, 36h
Rear Rim: SALT “Beam” rim, straight single wall, 36h
Seat:  WETHEPEOPLE “Nova” mid padded combo seat
Seat Clamp: SALT “AM” alloy seat clamp
Tires: SALT “Tracer” tires 2.35″ front & rear
Weight:11.89kg / 26.23lbs

“The Nova took the BMX world by storm last year, bringing WETHEPEOPLE quality to an even lower price point. For 2018 we decided to add even more power to the punch on this awesome machine. The Nova gets upgraded with 2.35” Salt (Tracer) tires, the (PRO) front load stem and two incredible colour options. A short 20” toptube and 13.2” chainstay keeps the Nova nimble and easy to maneuver for first time riders, and the 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.” – WTP