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Trend towards slacker headtubes, longer top tubes, and shorter chainstays

The Insurgent will come in this banana slug yellow and a black on black matte finish.

Evil Insurgent

The new 27.5” equipped Evil Insurgent is the follow up to the beloved 26” Uprising. Like its predecessor, rear suspension duties are performed by Dave Weagle’s Delta System. This modified single pivot design has a dual-leverage rate curve and allows the geometry to be adjusted via flip chips in the linkage. The 150mm travel frame can be further tuned via an angle-set headset.

Integrated flip chips in the linkage allow the bike to be adjusted between low and high settings.

The full carbon frame will be available in S, M, L and XL. A frame w/ shock will set you back $2,800, while complete bikes start at $5,300. For more information visit evil-bikes.com.

Why we can’t wait to test this bike | Despite persistent production issues early in Evil’s history, the small brand has soldiered on to produce two of the most acclaimed trail bikes in recent history. The Insurgent is their first crack at a 27.5” model and we can’t wait to see if it lives up to the hype.


You can read the full article over at MTBR.com

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