Evil Bikes The Following GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike - 2017

Evil Bikes The Following GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike - 2017
Evil Bikes The Following GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike - 2017
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The Following GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike - 2017 by Evil Bikes
It seems like every new mountain bike to hit the market is an aggressive 29er now that everyone from seasoned trail riders to enduro pros is on board with wagon wheels. And while the rest of the industry is playing catchup, brands like Evil Bikes have been ahead of the curve with its Following for a few years now. It's progressive geometry and suspension kinematics turned the industry on its head and redefined everyone's expectations of how a big wheel bike should ride and the type of terrain it could excel on. Trail bike words like "fun" and "playful" replaced XC terms like "efficient" and "lightweight" usually reserved for 29ers and riders were quickly realizing the big wheels roll fast and let you get by with less travel while still getting rowdy on black diamond trails. While many brands are just now launching their versions of a trail 29ers, Evil has already updated the Following to the latest MB version adding boost rear spacing, a threaded bottom bracket, and a slightly longer reach to the bars, and while these changes undoubtedly stiffen things up, allow the ability to go with plus wheels and tires, and swaps the PF92 shell over to our preferred BB standard, the lion's share of the details between the V1 and MB such as travel, angles, chainstay length, and BB height remain identical so for the most part, both versions of The Following ride very similar. You've been hearing about The Following's glowing reviews for a while now and have been wanting to get one of your very own but the funds just didn't allow, we have a great deal going on the 2017 version of The Following GX Complete Mountain Bike so you can finally add it to the stable with plenty left in the bank to check off those mountain bike meccas on your to-do list. No one knows your local terrain and riding style better than you and Evil offers ups adjustable geometry so you can dial the bike in for your preferred riding locals. The frame's linkage includes flip chips that alter the bottom bracket ...

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