Contents tagged with Evil insurgent

  • Evil Demo ride

    Well it was officially the hottest day..ever!! For the Evil demo ride. Full marks go to Luke & Cal from Evil who sweated their way through fitting pedals & setting up suspension on 18 bikes! We did a gentle bimble over Leith Hill, just enough to get the feel of the bikes & get the grin factor. The good thing about Evil's is no matter the terrain there's a bike for your needs & each model can do a little bit more than you think it's gonna be able to do, climbs like a dream & …

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  • Ride review of Evil Insurgent

    Our resident ride Guru Tony Berlin has written down some of his thoughts on the Evil

    Now the weather's settled I decided to get a few rides in on the Evil Insurgent. I already own an Evil 'The Following' 29er so was looking forward to seeing how this beast rode. Well first thing I noticed with this bike is the fantastic colour and how beautiful the frame is, it's the same suspension as 'The Following' utilising the Dave Weagle design which I think is fantastic. It does look complicated down in …

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  • Spring is Evil

    Dan Hutchings movie maker extraordinaire took the Evil Insurgent out for a ride Here's his video & brief impression of the ride - Testing the Evil Insurgent from Nirvana Cycles. Brilliantly fun bike. lf there is one that can do it all, this could be it! Pedals uphill much better than it should with 150/160mm travel, and goes down like it's possessed. I want one.

    Available as frame (£2800) or complete bike (from £4999) contact Nirvana Cycles to Demo or buy. 

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  • Evil's new Insurgent 27.5

    The new Insurgent has been getting a lot of attention at the bike shows this year. A long, low and slack full carbon machine with 151mm of rear travel that's been designed to deliver devilish amounts of fun out on the trail. Like the Following, the Insurgent uses Evil's DELTA Link suspension design, a modified single pivot configuration developed by Dave Weagle that uses short links between the swingarm and the shock to achieve a dual leverage rate curve. A flip chip allows the head angle to be …

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