Evil Bikes The Following MB Mountain Bike Frame - 2018

Evil Bikes The Following MB Mountain Bike Frame - 2018
Evil Bikes The Following MB Mountain Bike Frame - 2018
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The Following MB Mountain Bike Frame - 2018 by Evil Bikes
Evil Bikes describes the new Following Mountain Bike Frame as "same same but different." That's not a typo. Bottom bracket and angles remain the same. Evil made the conscious effort not to slacken or lower the geometry since the bike's angles are so universally accepted. So what's different' Well, if you are wondering what the MB moniker is on the new Following, naturally it stands for "more better'er." Evil picks up right where everybody's favorite short-travel 29er left off and lengthens the reach and stiffens up the frame with the addition of boost spacing. New features making the new Following eviler is a trunnion mounted metric piggy-back shock and integrated chain guide like the ones we've seen on Evil's newer frames. Evil's recipe for big bike fun in a shorter travel package is alive and well and put the entire industry on notice. We defy you to find a review on the Following that isn't full of praise. We also love that Evil doesn't take itself too seriously, but the quality, features, and dialed geometry that comes out of this Seattle outfit is second to none.Sometimes less really is more and the versatility of the Following is the secret to its black magic. Built up with a 120mm fork and the frame's flip chips in the low position, you have a bike you can pedal all-day and even give the XC set something to worry about. Or, throw a 140mm fork on it and flip the chips 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 judgement and chalked up plus as just another industry ploy to sell more bikes. After spending some serious time on plus wheels Evil feels like they definitely have a place. After all, Evil's...

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