The Chaos Machine Frame

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Dave Paterson
The Chaos Machine Frame

We worked with Aussie trail boss and BMX lifer Tyson JonesPeni on an all-out trail and bowl roasting machine. The Chaos Machine Frame features long and stable geometry, combined with Wethepeople’s legendary frame building technology making it one of the meanest and toughest rigs in the game.

Tyson isn’t scared to go fast and hit the mainline with some serious speed so we equipped his signature steed with mounts for a disc brake (and a regular u-brake) making it the first frame of its kind and perfect for riders needing some upgraded stopping power. From the super long 14"+ chainstay to the unique detailing on the seat stay bridge and head tube, the Chaos Machine frame is one of the most “signature” frames we’ve ever made.


Tubing: butted, japanese seamless 4130 crmo tubing
Bottom Bracket: 74mm mid size
Head Tube: 127mm cnc machined and heat-treated, integ. H/set, brazed on badge
Dropouts: minimal size, not suitable for pegs, 6mm cnc machined heat-treated crmo, integrated chain tensioners
Brakes: disc mount for 120-160mm rotor and u-brake mounts, frame comes with repl. Brake hardware

Top Tube length: 21", 21.35" or 21.7"
Chain Stay Length: 14" - 14.75" / optimised for 14.1"/14.35"/14.7" with 30-9 gearing
Head Tube angle: 74.25°
Seat Tube angle: 71°
BB height: 11.5"
Standover height: 9.5"


• Tyson Jones-Peni signature trail/transition frame

• Long and stable trail geometry

• IS disc mount for 120mm-160mm rotors & removable u-brake mounts

• unique disc brake mount works in multiple chain stay positions

• 127mm tall head tube for less spacers with an uncut fork

• larger radius stay tubing for a stiffer and stronger back end

• cnc machined seat stay bridge

• disc brace on stays for extra braking stiffness

• larger 1.8mm welding at head tube

• investment cast seat clamp

• wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.4" tire

• WTP top tube and down tube gusset


2.40kg (5.3lbs) – 21.35" tt

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