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Sneak Peek: 2014 We The People Atlas 24

28 08 2013

After a two-year hiatus, We The People has brought back a 24-inch into its lineup (for 2014).

Going by the name, “The Atlas”, We The People’s new 24″ is a bit of a departure from the 2011 Avenger.

Whereas the 2011 edition sported geometry similar to the Sunday Model-C (high bottom bracket,  shorter top tube), the 2014 edition is reminiscent of the specs/geometry found on the Liquid Feedback frame (moderately high bottom bracket, longer top tube).

WTP Atlas 24

Here’s what we know so far (spec-wise)

Head Angle: 74 degrees

Seat Angle: 72 degrees

Top tube: 22″

Chain stay:  14.6″

Bottom bracket height: 12.7″

Standover height: 9.7″

Handlebars: 7.5″ X 28.2″

atlas 24

The frame is full 4130 cro-mo with removable pivots/guides and integrated chain tensioners.

The fork is a Salt Plus (Magic 24) that features Sanko tubing, CNC steerer and investment cast drops.

Hoping to get a closer look at this at Interbike.

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7 responses

28 08 2013
FILTHpig

Wow, low bottom bracket… looks like it’ll be a good trails-oriented frame.

28 08 2013
Buddy

Man, that looks like the perfect trail machine.

29 08 2013
Stefan

Yes, Finally putting the correct size bars on Cruisers!!

5 09 2013
Cale

lol I hardly think 7.5 rise bars are the correct size haha!!!

24 10 2013
cmc

i hope the wheels are better than the 2010 We The People Avenger “Salt” wheels. that rear hub totally sucked. looked pretty with the flat gold, but awful. cog was incompatible with several standard chains. unsealed bearings were always too tight or too loose and did not run smooth even when packed with a ton of grease.

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