Win up. Win down. Follow no one.
This was the bike that made people realize 29ers don’t suck. The bike that inhales trails, hunts for mischief, rewards deviously rowdy behavior. It took naysayers and made slaysayers. It slashed and burned a category only thought fit for naptime. It redefined short-is-big, support-is-necessary, progression-is-key, pop-is-king. The Following started an entire genre of bikes.
And while the Following is as far from everybody else’s bike as it could be—it’s currently bucking the nebulous-reach trend while scrubbing the long gap at the same time—it’s still the bike that wastes nothing in any challenge. Uphill, then egregiously descending through every opportunity while decimating every pump and undulation the trail has to give—and then some. Slash-XC, shred-country, hard both ways, TAll Mountain—call it what you want, the Following will follow no bike.
Which is why the Evil Following will always be the King of Pop.
|Frame||Following 120mm Travel, UD Carbon, Full Internal Cable
Routing, SB+ 157, Integrated Chain Guide, Threaded BB
|Sizes||Small, Medium, Large, X-Large|
|Colors||Protein Power or Black|
|Shock Options||Rockshox Deluxe Ultimate RCT Debonair, Trunnion 165x45, ML1 380 2 Tokens|
|Fox Float DPS, Factory, EVOL, 165x45, 0.8 Spacer, Trunnion / 20x8|
|Fit & Sizing||Small||Medium||Large||X-Large|
|Sizing||5’3” - 5’8”||5’8” - 6’0”||6’0” - 6’4”||6’4”+|