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No Singletrack is Safe - Evil's New Offering

Evil’s do-anything, go-anywhere mountain bike is back with a shorter offset fork, steeper seat tube angle and longer reach. It’s the One True Bike to achieve epic all-day trail missions while still having fun turning the berms and flowing jump lines. Evil from the parking lot to the peak and back again, the Offering is a tried-and-true mountain bike in the strictest sense of the term.

 

If Evil’s Following is the short travel trail slayer and the Wreckoning is our leg-powered DH legend, then the Offering is the all-arounder 140mm travel, twenty-niner. It spins up like a tornado and descends with playful fury. Evil’s geometry stays shred-ready for all riders. No matter where you live or how you pedal, Evil’s bikes feature built-in adjustability to elevate your ride. And it’s all thanks to the Flip Chip.

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Switching the orientation of the Flip Chip provides a 2.1-degree spectrum of change covering every style of riding from laid-back to aggressive. Flip it to LOW and the Offering is ready to ride in a trail-happy, fast-handling capacity. Or opt for the X-LOW position to drop the bottom bracket 11 millimeters and slacken the head tube angle for increasing stability and confidence in steeper terrain and higher speeds. Offering does it all.

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Want more flexibility? With Evil's aftermarket angle set, an additional four positions become available, allowing for a total of six potential configurations. Ride the Offering in the stock (LOW) orientation with ultra-efficient forward pedaling position, or in X-LOW with an aftermarket slack 1.5-degree angle set to increase your comfort zone in the steeps. Flip Chips place the rider where the rider wants to be.

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SUPERBOOST+ rear spacing allows for more tire clearance, and a stiffer frame chassis. We updated the main pivot hardware to be wider and stronger too. Slap a corner too hard? The bike holds the line. Land sideways getting too zesty on a whip? She’ll correct you. The Offering is a mountain bike meant to be pushed. Add in downtube rubber with impact foam for dampening qualities that reduce noise and impact, full internal guide tubes, containing cables and creating clean lines and crisp style. Rubber chainstay protectors and chain guide help keep chain slap noise nearly nonexistent.

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While the Offering is already a versatile force of nature, Evil offers even more customization through multiple well-curated build kits. Choose  to mate the 140mm travel frame to a 150mm Rockshox Lyrik fork with Rockshox Super Deluxe Ultimate RC, available with SRAM GX or Eagle X01, or go full futuristic with the AXS wireless electronic shifting kit. Finally, the fierce Push Eleven Six rear shock option to satisfy those faithful to the coil shock fringe. Choose your weapons. Make your Offering.

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GX Hydra: $5,799 USD: Available Mid-January

  • SRAM EagleGX
  • Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair 
  • Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate (150mm)

X01 Hydra: $7,399 USD: Available Mid-January

  • SRAM X01 Eagle
  • Rockshox Deluxe Ultimate RCT Debonair
  • Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate (150mm)

AXS Hydra: $8,099 USD: Available Mid-January

  • SRAM AXS
  • Rockshox Deluxe Ultimate RCT Debonair
  • Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate (150mm)

Available as a frame only or in a spectrum of models. View them at Evil-Bikes.com

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