Evil Insurgent 27.5" 2017 Enduro Mountain Bike

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Let’s cut the crap. There is no “one bike to rule them all”. No magical, wheeled-unicorn that can be all things to all people. Here’s what Evil have created: It’s called the Insurgent and it is fun. The uncontrollable-cackling-while-roost-flies-off-your-back-tire variant of fun. Which is exactly what Evil were aiming for. The Insurgent will get you up that long, technical sufferfest in style with plenty left in the tank to shred a trail slide ways—the kind of trail that everyone else calls a “DH trail”.

“Wait,” you ask. “Isn’t this new bike just an Uprising with 27.5 (a.k.a. “650b”) wheels?”

No. And yes….but better.

Here’s the deal, the Insurgent has the same fearless handling up front and short rear end that makes whipping the bike through corners obscenely fun. But Evil didn’t just slap on slightly bigger wheels to the existing frame. The Insurgent gets many of the frame improvements that debuted on their Following model—most notably a lighter monocoque front triangle and a streamlined version of Dave Weagle’s DELTA suspension system. Evil also gave the Insurgent a sleek, integrated chain guide and design the frame to allow better access to your rear shock, for all those moments when you want to get all fiddly with the thing. While we’re on the subject of fiddling, the Insurgent also sports four different geometry positions that enable you to fine-tune the bike to fit your riding style and location, without adding yet another bike to your quiver.

Why six inches of suspension? Evil could have picked any damn travel they wanted without concern of being pigeonholed as a “trail” or “enduro” bike, but 151 millimeters (that’s euro for “six inches”) simply created the best balance between a fun, lively and responsive bike that can pop of everything and still crush the roughest of rock gardens.

Did they mention the cackling and the roost a-flying? Because, really, that’s the point.


Frame EVIL Insurgent 151mm Travel UD Carbon, Internal Dropper Routing, Integrated Upper Guide
Forks Rock Shox Pike RCT3 27.5”, 160 mm travel, black, 15mm, tapered
Rear Shock Rock Shox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair, 7.785”x2.25” ML Tune ( 2 volume spacers )
Headset FSA Integrated Tapered No.57/68, Upper Bearing 30.2x41x6.5 36°/45°, Lower Bearing 40×51.8×8 36°/45°
Handlebars RaceFace Aeffect 35, 20mm Riser,Blk, 760mm Width
Stem RaceFace Aeffect 35, 50mm X6, Blk
Shifters 11 Speed SRAM X1 trigger
Rear Mech SRAM X1
Chainset Race Face Aeffect Sl, Dm32,170,Blk,10/11 Spd
Bottom Bracket Threaded 73mm, included with crankset
Chain SRAM PC-X1 11 speed
Cassette SRAM XG-1180 10-42T 11 speed
Front Brake SRAM Guide R hydraulic brake (MMX clamps), Avid Centerline 180 mm, 6 bolt
Rear Brake SRAM Guide R hydraulic brake (MMX clamps), Avid Centerline 180 mm, 6 bolt
Rims RaceFace Aeffect 27.5
Tyres Maxxis Minion DHF, 3C EXO 27.5 x 2.30 Tubeless ready Front
Maxxis Minion DHR II, DC EXO 27.5 x 2.30 Tubeless ready Rear
Seatpost Rock Shock Reverb Stealth Connect dropper post, 420 mm, 125 mm travel, 30,9 mm
Pedals Not Included
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102950-375819 Black S Black S £5,299.00 £5,299.00
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102950-375820 Black M Black M £5,299.00 £5,299.00
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102950-375821 Black L Black L £5,299.00 £5,299.00
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102950-375822 Black XL Black XL £5,299.00 £5,299.00
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102950-375823 Yellow S Yellow S £5,299.00 £5,299.00
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102950-375824 Yellow M Yellow M £5,299.00 £5,299.00
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102950-375825 Yellow L Yellow L £5,299.00 £5,299.00
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102950-375826 Yellow XL Yellow XL £5,299.00 £5,299.00
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Insurgent 27.5" 2017 Enduro Mountain Bike

Insurgent 27.5" 2017 Enduro Mountain Bike
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Product Price £5,299.00
10% Deposit £529.90
Total Payable: £5,299.00

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