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Jordan Godwin Bike Check (In 2024)

Do you want to know all the parts of the recent Jordan Godwin bike check?

This is a complete rundown of his current setup, and it sure does look solid.

Everyone knows that Jordan has this ORIGINAL and SUPER TECHNICAL street riding style that is hard to imitate.

His bike setup follows modern street riding – in fact, it takes things to extremes.

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For instance, Jordan’s signature Doomsayer frame from WTP is probably the steepest street frame in the game.

At 76.25 degrees, this frame will get you on the front wheel much quicker and spin faster.

Also, the chainstay is pretty short (12.95″ slammed, 13.2″ centered), too, giving you an overall super responsive frame.

Jordan Godwin WeThePeople & Eclat Bike Check

jordan godwin 2024 wtp eclat bike check

Frame: 20.75″ WeThePeople Doomsayer frame
Bar: Eclat Chocolate bars
Stem: Eclat 1023 top load stem, made in Japan
Fork: Eclat Storm BMX fork (20mm offset)
Chain: Eclat Stroke half link BMX chain
Seat: Eclat Void Void BMX seat
Cranks: Eclat Tibia 160mm BMX cranks
Pedals: Eclat Juggernaut BMX plastic pedals
Sprocket: Eclat Onyx 26t
Front Wheel: Eclat E440 rim, Eclat Cortex BMX front hub
Rear Wheel: Eclat E440 rim, Eclat Shift freecoaster BMX hub
Tires: 2 x 2.4 Eclat Morrow tires (Ty Morrow‘s signature)
Pegs: 4 x WTP Dill Pickle, 4.5″ plastic BMX pegs

Moreover, Jordan’s recent bike check also consists of his signature Eclat Chocolate bars. They come at 9″ or 9.25″ rise and different widths: 27.75″ for 9″ and 28″ for 9.25″.

Since Jordan was always cutting his bars, making them narrower out of the box made perfect sense.

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Another specialty of his signature bars is the oversize clamping area at 25.4mm.

In addition to the frame and bars, Jordan also has a signature pair of forks from Eclat, called Storm.

They are the result of three years of testing, coming at a shorter offset of 20mm and clearance for 2.4″+ tires.

To see Jordan’s bike in action, you should definitely give him a follow on Instagram.

Featured photo by: WeThePeople.

Old Jordan Godwin Bike Checks

If you are interested in what were Jordan’s past bike setups, here is a collection for your viewing pleasure.

1. 2023 WTP & Eclat Bike check

Frame: 20.75″ WeThePeople Doomsayer frame
Bar: Eclat Chocolate bars
Stem: Eclat Domain front load stem, OS
Fork: Eclat Storm BMX fork (20mm offset)
Chain: Eclat Stroke half link BMX chain
Seat: Doomed prototype Void BMX seat?
Cranks: Eclat Tibia 160mm BMX cranks
Pedals: Eclat prototype BMX plastic pedals
Sprocket: Eclat AK 28t (Alex Kennedy‘s signature BMX sprocket)
Front Wheel: Eclat Crown rim, Eclat Cortex BMX front hub
Rear Wheel: Eclat Crown rim, Eclat Shift freecoaster BMX hub
Tires: 2 x 2.4 Eclat Creature tires (Felix Prangenberg‘s signature)
Pegs: 4 x Eclat Venom, 4.8″ plastic BMX pegs

2. Source Bike Check 2023


If you want to see a very in-depth video bike check with Jordan, this is it. With Van Homan behind the mic, you know you’ll learn all the ins and outs of his bike.

The key thing you’ll learn is that Godwan likes to ride his bike compact.

What’s really interesting is that he is 5’11” and rides a 20.75″ frame, which is small in my opinion, but suits Jordan perfectly.

You see, there are no rules in BMX, do what suits you best, and not what someone else tells you to do.

Still, feel free to page a peek at my BMX top tube length guide.

Anyway, you’ll also learn why he rides a 26T sprocket, aluminum core plastic pegs and gain some extra insight about his signature Eclat Juggernaut pedal.

3. 2022 WTP Bike check

jordan godwin 2022 bike check

4. 2021 WTP Bike check

jordan godwin 2021 bike check
You can find more pics on WeThePeople.

5. 2018 Bike check


Here we have a video bike check with Jordan from late in 2018. This one is a no-frills bike check with all parts on his bike and some reasoning behind things.

He explains how steep the head tube is on his frame at 76.25 degrees with a 12.9” chainstay length.

Jordan also reveals why some of the hydroforming was changed on his frame for strength.

There isn’t any riding in here, but if you were ever curious what Jordan was riding in 2018, this is it.

6. What I ride (2018)


Jordan Godwin gives us a rundown on his bike in this installment of the late Ride BMX “What I Ride” series.

This one is from early 2018 after a fresh Eclat/WeThePeople build before his signature Doomsayer frame was released.

Here, he’s riding a WeThePeople Battleship frame in his signature colorway for 2018 and his signature Eclat Chocolate bars.

He is also riding the 25.4mm stem/bar combo, an oversized clamping area on the bars, making it much stronger. Jordan’s bike was looking fresh as always, so take a look.

You may also be interested in reading my WTP Battleship Magnum frame review.

7. 2016 Bike check


This is a look at Jordan Godwin’s setup in a video bike check from 2016, way back when the Battleship frame he was riding at the time was still a prototype.

This build also brings in the 25.4mm stem/bar combo, which was new then.

This is a larger clamping area to help with slippage. There are some riding b-roll clips here, so it’s not just a bike check – you get some hype.

Check it out and see what Jordan’s bike was like in 2016 – a timeless machine.

8. 2020 Bike check/overview


And now for a super quick video bike build with Jordan Godwin from WeThePeople.

At Just 42 seconds long, there is no time wasted as he builds up his bike with many great b-rolls, showing which parts he rides.

Jordan rips, and this is a look at what his bike looked like at the beginning of 2020 with his signature Doomsayer frame from WeThePeople and signature Eclat Chocolate bars.

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