Preview: Check out Jordan Godwin’s new Wethepeople Doomsayer

Jordan Godwin and WTP’s product guru Dave Paterson are currently riding prototype Doomsayer frames from Wethepeople – we reckon this new signature frame will be in the shops around September/October time. In the meantime, check out these sneak preview photos from the Wethepeople website

Sweet rear end…
Check the hydro-formed gusset on the toptube…
Dave’s current set-up… Doomsayer loaded with Eclat parts.
Small profile dropouts, with chain tensioners.
The hydro-formed downtube gusset from the Battleship remains.

“The DOOMSAYER uses a new taller 127mm head tube with a smoother shape (matches the BB shell) which is complimented by the 7.5mm thick invest casted dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. These dropouts have been designed to fit perfectly to the taped stays and allow plenty of clearance for plastic pegs and hub guards, even with the wheel fully slammed at 12.95″.
A few other important features on this frame are the use of a standard alloy seat clamp over an integrated seat clamp, and the ovalised chain stays to allow the use of a 28t sprocket, both of these specifications coming straight from Jordan based on his personal preference.
The frame will come with no brake mounts or hardware, emphasising the clean and smooth look Jordan really wanted. The first batch of frames will be available in September and will be available in 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″ top tube lengths” – Dave Paterson