A few weeks back during the X Games in Minneapolis, Wethepeople threw a party at a brewery to premiere their 2019 range of complete bikes, frames and parts! They brought in a mini ramp, rolled in a few kegs for the riders and people that turned out and had a hell of a good time. Yesterday we dropped a video from the party that you can find below, and now today we get a photogallery that gives you another look at what went down. Head on over to the WETHEPEOPLE WEBSITE to take it all in!

Wethepeople Manifesto BMX Party

The dudes over at WE MAKE THINGS… Wethepeople, Eclat, Radio and Salt don't only know how to make some damn fine BMX bikes, parts, and accessories, but they can throw a mean party too! They got the crew together during X Games weekend in Minneapolis for their annual Manifesto product launch—at Modest brewery with a mini ramp built just for the occasion. All the new 2019 bikes and parts were on display so grab a cold one and feast your eyes on some new product and awesome riding from the likes of Dan Kruk, Erik Elstran, Jeff Dowhen, and more…

The 2019 line of Wethepeople complete bikes will be available worldwide at Wethepeople dealers from the 1st of September. Full details, images and specs to be dropped over the upcoming weeks so keep your eyes peeled…

Bikes, friends, ramps and good beer. What better way to launch our finest line of complete bikes yet? Last month we gathered some of our closest friends and shops together in a brewery in Minneapolis to celebrate the year of hard work and dedication that went into the 2019 Wethepeople complete bike line. From team riders, to old friends, to first time riders, we were blown away by the turnout we had for the party we put on together with our friends at QBP to give everyone a taste of what's to come with Wethepeople, Eclat, Radio and Salt going into 2019. With the full line of 2019 bikes and products from all brands on display, a perfectly built mini ramp setup and some of the best beer in the country, good times were had by all. A huge thank you goes out to everyone involved with making this event happen, we can't wait to do it all again next year.” – David Paterson