Evil Bikes The Wreckoning LB GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike

Evil Bikes The Wreckoning LB GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
Evil Bikes The Wreckoning LB GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
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The Wreckoning LB GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike by Evil Bikes
Big wheels keep on turning and with the industry fully on board and offering plenty of excellent enduro and even downhill 29ers, we're curious if 27. 5-inch wheels' days are numbered. While we were early adopters and have been believers in the 622 ERD gospel for a while, onboarding everyone else hasn't been quite as easy and even Evil Bikes was hesitant at first. However, after company head Kevin Walsh hit the trails with the new crop of 29-inch bikes, he quickly realized the benefits and knew it could build frames matching the brand's aggression and playfulness while offering the speed and rollover ability that can only come from large wheels. It's first 29er, The Following, received critical acclaim and it knew that it needed an even burlier long travel version to slay technical trails at high speed and compete in enduro racing arenas. The Wreckoning was born and its marriage of 161mm of travel and large diameter wheels made it one of Evil's most popular bikes. Fast forward two years later and its back with some subtle, yet meaningful updates. Much like we saw with The Following MB treatment, the new Wreckoning isn't a total reboot, which is a good thing as both bikes were pretty dialed from the get-go, instead, it listened to its sponsored riders and consumers and addressed certain areas including water bottle mount inclusion (on medium through x-large frames), a lighter carbon fiber layup, and of course, some new colors to make it, as it says, "just a little better'er". The Wreckoning remains a bike that's the pick of the litter for shuttle laps on gnarly natural terrain, lift access while progressing in the park, or racing enduros where we value pedaling efficiency on the transfers and bump gobbling goodness on the stages. The Wreckoning LB GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike is one steed that's not afraid of the terrain and earns its reputation when the trails are most formidable. Evil's gravity-fueled addiction is no doubt reflected in its frame designs. As s...

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