Evil Bikes The Following MB GX Eagle Mountain Bike

Evil Bikes The Following MB GX Eagle Mountain Bike
Evil Bikes The Following MB GX Eagle Mountain Bike
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The Following MB GX Eagle Mountain Bike by Evil Bikes
Evil bikes took everything that earned the original Following such an esteemed grin-inducing reputation, and in classic Evil fashion--made it even "more better'er." Rather than making the bike lower or slacker and subtracting from the playfulness Evil is known for, the Seattle outfit decided to make the updated MB version a touch longer to further push the bike's stability at speed. Additional updates to justify the "more better'er" moniker include a stiffer frame, boost spacing, and integrated chain guide to update the bike for aggressive riding and encourage bad ideas on any and all trails. While Evil's bikes tend to lean toward the gravity spectrum, the Following is one that we wouldn't hesitate to pedal all day long, because it's comfortable and efficient enough to do so without leaving you totally gassed by the time the sun sets. This GX build gets you into the Following at a cost that won't ruin your big trip coming up, and inspires a go-anywhere confidence from all-day suffer fests to bike park descents. Built with our own custom componentry, we've beefed up the bike up for equal capabilities ascending and descending with a 130mm travel Fox Factory Float 34 up front, paired with aggressive wheels and rubber. Sometimes less really is more and the versatility of the Following is the secret to its black magic. Built-up with a 130mm fork and the frame's flip-chip in the low position, you have a bike you can pedal all-day and even give the XC set something to worry about. Swap the damper to a 140mm travel setup and flip the chip to x-low and you'll have an all-mountain ripper that won't back down from any enduro stage and can tackle trails way better than you would believe 4. 7in is even capable of doing. We generally subscribe to n+1 when making a new bike purchase but the new Following is a serious quiver killer. Oh yeah, we almost forgot to mention that the new Following is now 27. 5+ compatible. At first glance Evil reserved judgment and chalked up plus as ...

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