WTP 2023 Envy BMX Bike Description:
Introducing the 2023 We The People Envy BMX Bike. This is it. The end of the line. The best of the best. The pinnacle of WTP's complete bike models this year. We The People created this bike with the intentions of not just making the most awesome complete bike ever, but to push the envelope and boundaries of what a BMX bike can be. The idea that strength and being lightweight can come in the same package is encompassed in the aftermarket WTP Envy XLT frame which is created from 4130 chromoly and utilizes more tapers and slightly smaller tubing that doesn't reduce the durability or integrity of the frame. The components chosen to become one with this frame support the idea that durability and being lightweight don't have to be mutually exclusive. Top of the line WTP and Eclat parts such as the Eclat wheelset, famous WTP Tibia cranks, and the Dune Stem not only enhance the Envy structurally, but the aesthetics as well. The Eclat Seismic hubset features a right hand drive cassette that was created around Eclat's very own TCS driver system which provides industry leading engagement and reliability. From the grips to the tires, WTP has knocked it out of the park with the 2023 Envy BMX Bike.
- Frame: WTP Envy XLT, 4130 Full Chromoly, Hydroformed Gussets, Lasercut 6.0mm Dropouts, 120mm Headtube
- Fork: We The People Storm XLT, Post Liquid Heat-Treated Butted Sanko Tubing (24mm Offset)
- Headset: We The People Compact, Integrated, Sealed Bearing (1-1/8")
- Stem: Eclat Dune, Top Load, CNC Alloy (50mm Reach) (30mm Rise) (25.4mm Handlebar Clamp)
- Bars: WTP Envy XLT, Post Liquid Heat-Treated 4130 Full Butted Sanko (9.4" Rise) (29.8" Wide) (10.5° Backsweep) (2.5° Upsweep) (25.4mm Clamp)
- Grips: Eclat Shogun, Flangeless, Eclat Teck-Bolt Barends
- Cranks: We The People Tibia, Tubular 2.5-Piece, Chromoly, 48-Spline (170mm Length) (22mm Spindle)
- Bottom Bracket: Eclat CNC, 22mm, Press Fit, Sealed Bearings
- Pedals: We The People Logic, Nylon/Fiberglass
- Sprocket: Eclat Abyss, CNC 6061-T6 Alloy, (25-Tooth)
- Chain: We The People Demand, K1 Type
- Front Hub: Eclat Seismic, Sealed Bearings (3/8" Female Bolts)
- Rear Hub: Eclat Seismic, Cassette, Sealed Bearings (14mm Axle) (Right Hand Drive)
- Driver: 9-Tooth, 1-Piece Cassette Driver, TCS System
- Front Rim: Eclat E440, Flash Welded Double Wall (36-Hole)
- Rear Rim: Eclat E440, Flash Welded Double Wall (36-Hole)
- Front Tire: Eclat Mirage (20" x 2.45")
- Rear Tire: Eclat Mirage (20" x 2.35")
- Seat: Eclat Bios, Fat Padded, Pivotal Seat
- Seat Post: Eclat Torch, Pivotal, Alloy (25.4mm) (230mm Length)
- Seat Clamp: Integrated
- Brake Lever: Eclat Sniper, Hinged, Alloy (Two Finger)
- Brakes: Eclat Talon, Alloy U-Brake, Clear Pads, Unit Bridge Cable
- Gyro Tabs: Drilled (Not Included)
- Brake Mounts: Removable
- Extras: Eclat Nylon/Fiberglass Hub Guards (2 x Front, 2 x Rear)
- Color: Black Chrome
- Weight: 24.38 lbs
- Toptube Length: 20.5"
- Chainstay Length: 12.75"
- Headtube Angle: 75.25°
- Seattube Angle: 71°
- Bottom Bracket Height: 11.7"
- Standover: 8.75"
- Sizing Guideline: 5'3" - 5'8"
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Note: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan's Comp recommends that all bikes be assembled by a qualified mechanic. Improper assembly of your bicycle may lead to premature wear or failure of individual components such as headsets, crank assembly and wheels. Failure to do so may void the manufacturer warranty.
This product was added to our catalog on November 9, 2022
I am impressed with the after-market parts, which are nearly all Eclat, a very nice thing. I'm 65" tall and find this bike to be a very good fit. My previous bike had a 21" top tube which was a bit big.
There is one thing that caused me to deduct one star: The finish workmanship on the chrome frame was disappointing to me. It doesn't affect the mechanical performance of the bike. But, I was rather disappointed to find unaddressed and visible grinder marks in the frame: primarily on the chainstays near the bottom bracket. And, those marks are always in plain view when I get on the bike.
I wouldn't think much about it if this were a lesser bike. But, when the description says, "The best of the best. This isn't just the best BMX bike on the market, it's the best we could build." I'm sorry, but a frame that wasn't properly prepared before chrome plating is not the best you could build. It would have taken an extra 2 minutes to buff out the grinder marks. But, apparently it wasn't that important to them. I wouldn't even mention this. But I've seen and handled two of these Envys and both of them had the same issue.
Once I got past the grinder marks and ignored them, I discovered an excellent BMX that I plan to ride daily for years to come. I'm sure I'll put worse marks on the bike. But, those are my mistakes that I can tell stories about.