Wethepeople have added Wiktor Skibinski to their International AM team! Wiktor is a newer name we’ve been seeing popping up lately, but it’s easy to see just why Wethepeople picked him up — Wiktor Skibinski’s latest video. This means Wiktor built up a brand new Wethepeople Revolver setup decked out with Wethepeople parts! You can check out a bunch of photos of his dialed new rig over on the Wethepeople Website now!
“UK connect Danny Crook coming in hot with a new piece filmed and edited by Ben Gordon. Danny has a smooth style, solid trick selection and absolutely kills it in the streets. Must be the name…” – Wethepeople
Wethepeople kicking off the week with a fresh video featuring Alon Kosoy getting to work on street spots galore out in Israel. As always, Alon brings the grinds with a smooth and almost effortless style. Check out all the clips he stacked! You won’t be disappointed if you’re looking for a dialed street edit.
“Full on street savage. This is Alon Kosoy from Israel.
Filmed and Edited by Facundo Falco”
Wethepeople wanted to make sure Felix Prangenberg was all dialed in before he took the trip over to Minneapolis for the X Games, so he built up a brand new bike with his signature 2020 Pathfinder line of parts. Hit play to get a look at the build, along with a bunch of real dialed riding he threw down on it to make sure it was properly broken in!
“Wethepeople PRO Felix Prangeberg builds up a sample of his 2020 Pathfinder frame and 2pc bar and puts it to work in the streets of Cologne over 2 days before flying to Minneapolis. Felix’s new Pathfinder frame and 2pc bar will be available this Fall form Wethepeople dealers worldwide.” – Wethepeople
Here’s a sneak preview of the new Dan Kruk signature Network Frame that he has been working on with Wethepeople! This frame is designed for the more technical street riders with a steep 75.75-degree head tube angle and a short 12.5″ chainstay length. No word on the release date just yet, but you can get more details and the full specs over on the Wethepeople website now!
What do you think of Dan’s Wethepeople Network frame? Are you digging it? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Popa Roland or Roland Popa? We’ve never been able to figure that one out. But! That is beside the fact! After crushing it for years over in Hungary, Popa is finally getting some well deserved support from Wethepeople through OGBS! We’ve been posting up Popa’s edits and clips the past few years, and he’s always been real dialed with super clean whips and a lot of balance and bike control. This welcome video to bring the news should hopefully put him on a bunch of people’s radar since he’s one rider worth checking out!
“The Wethepeople family grows one stronger today with the addition of Popa Roland in Hungary via our friends at OGBS in Budapest. From tech lines to rail setups, Popa kills it with his smooth, smooth style. Don’t miss this.
Filmed & edited by Domonkos Olescher.”
If you have been paying attention, there’s no doubt that you know Joeri Veul has been crushing it for a few years now over in the Netherlands. That work he has been putting in has landed him a very well deserved spot on the Wethepeople AM team! To celebrate, Wethepeople have released a new Bike Check giving you a closer look at his brand new Wethepeople Awake setup decked out top to bottom in Wethepeople and Eclat parts. You can get a closer look, along with a full parts list over on the Wethepeople Website now!
What do you think about the news? Are you digging Joeri’s new setup? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Wethepeople and Eclat‘s connect over in France, Robin Bourhis, coming through with a dialed new edit packed with grinds, nose balance, whips and much, much more. Robin isn’t scared to charge some big rails and ledges, and this video is a good indicator of that. Hit play and check out a ton of great riding in this fresh BMX video.
“Not heard of Robin Bourhis yet? Get acquainted with WTP x Eclat’s French fireball in this video that’s been a long time coming. Between studying civil engineering at university and a busy videographer’s schedule it took three years in total to come together. Thanks to the handy Interrail deal the guys managed to take in the sights of Rome, Trieste, Budapest, Ljubliana, Amsterdam, Paris and Athens. Robin certainly made the most of all the new territory, bagging himself some wild clips along the way.
Filmed and edited by Leo Beauregard” – DIG