Do you repeatedly attempt to seperate your tires from your rims in every corner, do you say lets take this ride mellow, does your trail bike find itself going slide ways.. Those up hill both ways days just got a little less sucky. Short snappy chainstays, long top tube and a low BB set the stage for a bike that likes to party.

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 we 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 we were aiming for. The Insurgent will get you up that long, technical suffer-fest 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 we didn't just slap on slightly bigger wheels to the existing frame. The Insurgent gets many of the frame improvements that debuted on our Following model—most notably a lighter monocoque front triangle and a streamlined version of Dave Weagle's DELTA suspension system.

We also gave the Insurgent a sleek, integrated chain guide and designed 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 to you fine-tune the bike to fit your riding style and location, without adding yet another bike to your quiver.

Why six inches of suspension? We could have picked any damn travel we 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 we mention the cackling and the roost a-flying? Because, really, that's the point.

Want an All Day Pedaler? Try a 150 fork and set the flip chips to the HIGH position and enjoy a 74.8° seat angle while the 66.1° head angle keeps the descents in control and the party level high.

Want an All Mtn, Bike Park, Enduro Slayer? Try 160-170 forks with the flip chips in the XLOW position and experience a slack and low slung corner destroying play bike that likes to jump and square off corners.

 

FRAME DETAILS
Available Sizes Small, Medium, Large, XLarge
Wheel Travel 151mm
Rear Shock Rock Shox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair, 7.875”x2.25” 200×57 ML ( 2 volume spacers )
Shock Hardware 22mm x 8mm
Fork Axle-to-crown Length 542mm Rockshox Pike 150mm
Fork Offset 42mm
Headtube Tapered 1 1/8” – 1 1/2”
Headset FSA Integrated Tapered No.57/68   Upper 44mm Lower 62mm Tapered OD Headtube
Seatpost Diameter 30.9mm
Seatclamp Diameter 34.9mm
Rear Wheel Diameter 27.5″
Maximum Rear Tire Size 27.5×2.5” ( Varies by Brand )
Bottom Bracket Shell 73mm Threaded
Chainline 49mm
Chainguide Mount ISCG05
Maximum Chainring Size 36T Single Ring / Doesn’t fit 28T
Rear Wheel Spacing 142mm x 12mm
Front Derailleur Single Ring Only
Brake Mount Type Post Mount 180mm
Maximum Rear Rotor Size 203mm

 

150MM FORK GEOMETRY S M L XL
A  HA Low 65.2˚ 65.2˚ 65.2˚ 65.2˚
    HA High 66.1˚ 66.1˚ 66.1˚ 66.1˚
B  ST Angle 74.8˚ 74.8˚ 74.8˚ 74.8˚˚
C  Virtual TT Length 598mm | 23.50” 619mm | 24.37” 640mm | 25.20” 661mm | 26.00”
D  ST Length 390mm | 15.40” 425mm | 16.70” 460mm | 18.10” 495mm | 19.50”
E  BB Height XLow 331mm | 13.00” 331mm | 13.00” 331mm | 13.00” 331mm | 13.00”
     BB Height Low 342mm | 13.50” 342mm | 13.50” 342mm | 13.50” 342mm | 13.50”
F  HT Length 100mm | 3.90” 114mm | 4.50” 127mm | 5.00” 141mm | 5.60”
G  CS Length XLow 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00”
      CS Length Low 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93”
H WB Low 1153mm | 45.40” 1176mm |46.30” 1199mm | 47.20” 1222mm | 48.10”
     WB High 1151mm | 45.30” 1174mm | 46.20” 1196mm | 47.10” 1219mm | 48.00”
I   Standover 651mm | 25.60” 680mm | 26.80” 700mm | 27.60” 715mm | 28.10”
J   Axle to Crown 542mm 542mm 542mm 542mm
K   Offset  42mm  42mm  42mm  42mm
Stack 586mm | 23.07” 599mm | 23.60” 611mm | 24.00” 623mm | 24.50”
Reach 421mm | 16.60” 438mm | 17.20” 455mm | 17.90” 472mm | 18.60”
Sizing 5′.3 – 5′.8 5′.8 – 6′.0 6′.0 – 6′.4 6’4 +

*Note: If you find yourself between sizes we recommend going up a size and reducing the stem length to 35-40mm

 

160MM FORK GEOMETRY S M L XL
A  HA Low 64.8˚ 64.8˚ 64.8˚ 64.8˚
    HA High 65.6˚ 65.6˚ 65.6˚ 65.6˚
B  ST Angle 74.3˚ 74.3˚ 74.3˚ 74.3˚
C  Virtual TT Length 598mm | 23.50” 619mm | 24.37” 640mm | 25.20” 661mm | 26.00”
D  ST Length 390mm | 15.40” 425mm | 16.70” 460mm | 18.10” 495mm | 19.50”
E  BB Height XLow 334mm | 13.20” 334mm | 13.20” 334mm | 13.20” 334mm | 13.20”
     BB Height Low 346mm | 13.60” 346mm | 13.60” 346mm | 13.60” 346mm | 13.60”
F  HT Length 100mm | 3.90” 114mm | 4.50” 127mm | 5.00” 141mm | 5.60”
G  CS Length XLow 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00”
      CS Length Low 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93”
H WB Low 1157mm | 45.60” 1180mm |46.50” 1202mm | 47.30” 1224mm | 48.20”
     WB High 1155mm | 45.50” 1178mm | 46.40” 1200mm | 47.30” 1223mm | 48.20”
I   Standover 652mm | 25.70” 681mm | 26.80” 701mm | 27.60” 715mm | 28.10”
J   Axle to Crown 552mm 552mm 552mm 552mm
K   Offset  42mm  42mm  42mm  42mm
Stack 589mm | 23.20” 602mm | 23.70” 614mm | 24.20” 627mm | 24.70”
Reach 416mm | 16.40” 433mm | 17.10” 451mm | 17.70” 468mm | 18.40”
Sizing 5′.3 – 5′.8 5′.8 – 6′.0 6′.0 – 6′.4 6’4 +

Evil The Insurgent Carbon 27.5" Mountain Frame

Brand: Evil Bikes

 

Do you repeatedly attempt to seperate your tires from your rims in every corner, do you say lets take this ride mellow, does your trail bike find itself going slide ways.. Those up hill both ways days just got a little less sucky. Short snappy chainstays, long top tube and a low BB set the stage for a bike that likes to party.

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 we 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 we were aiming for. The Insurgent will get you up that long, technical suffer-fest 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 we didn't just slap on slightly bigger wheels to the existing frame. The Insurgent gets many of the frame improvements that debuted on our Following model—most notably a lighter monocoque front triangle and a streamlined version of Dave Weagle's DELTA suspension system.

We also gave the Insurgent a sleek, integrated chain guide and designed 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 to you fine-tune the bike to fit your riding style and location, without adding yet another bike to your quiver.

Why six inches of suspension? We could have picked any damn travel we 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 we mention the cackling and the roost a-flying? Because, really, that's the point.

Want an All Day Pedaler? Try a 150 fork and set the flip chips to the HIGH position and enjoy a 74.8° seat angle while the 66.1° head angle keeps the descents in control and the party level high.

Want an All Mtn, Bike Park, Enduro Slayer? Try 160-170 forks with the flip chips in the XLOW position and experience a slack and low slung corner destroying play bike that likes to jump and square off corners.

 

FRAME DETAILS
Available Sizes Small, Medium, Large, XLarge
Wheel Travel 151mm
Rear Shock Rock Shox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair, 7.875”x2.25” 200×57 ML ( 2 volume spacers )
Shock Hardware 22mm x 8mm
Fork Axle-to-crown Length 542mm Rockshox Pike 150mm
Fork Offset 42mm
Headtube Tapered 1 1/8” – 1 1/2”
Headset FSA Integrated Tapered No.57/68   Upper 44mm Lower 62mm Tapered OD Headtube
Seatpost Diameter 30.9mm
Seatclamp Diameter 34.9mm
Rear Wheel Diameter 27.5″
Maximum Rear Tire Size 27.5×2.5” ( Varies by Brand )
Bottom Bracket Shell 73mm Threaded
Chainline 49mm
Chainguide Mount ISCG05
Maximum Chainring Size 36T Single Ring / Doesn’t fit 28T
Rear Wheel Spacing 142mm x 12mm
Front Derailleur Single Ring Only
Brake Mount Type Post Mount 180mm
Maximum Rear Rotor Size 203mm

 

150MM FORK GEOMETRY S M L XL
A  HA Low 65.2˚ 65.2˚ 65.2˚ 65.2˚
    HA High 66.1˚ 66.1˚ 66.1˚ 66.1˚
B  ST Angle 74.8˚ 74.8˚ 74.8˚ 74.8˚˚
C  Virtual TT Length 598mm | 23.50” 619mm | 24.37” 640mm | 25.20” 661mm | 26.00”
D  ST Length 390mm | 15.40” 425mm | 16.70” 460mm | 18.10” 495mm | 19.50”
E  BB Height XLow 331mm | 13.00” 331mm | 13.00” 331mm | 13.00” 331mm | 13.00”
     BB Height Low 342mm | 13.50” 342mm | 13.50” 342mm | 13.50” 342mm | 13.50”
F  HT Length 100mm | 3.90” 114mm | 4.50” 127mm | 5.00” 141mm | 5.60”
G  CS Length XLow 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00”
      CS Length Low 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93”
H WB Low 1153mm | 45.40” 1176mm |46.30” 1199mm | 47.20” 1222mm | 48.10”
     WB High 1151mm | 45.30” 1174mm | 46.20” 1196mm | 47.10” 1219mm | 48.00”
I   Standover 651mm | 25.60” 680mm | 26.80” 700mm | 27.60” 715mm | 28.10”
J   Axle to Crown 542mm 542mm 542mm 542mm
K   Offset  42mm  42mm  42mm  42mm
Stack 586mm | 23.07” 599mm | 23.60” 611mm | 24.00” 623mm | 24.50”
Reach 421mm | 16.60” 438mm | 17.20” 455mm | 17.90” 472mm | 18.60”
Sizing 5′.3 – 5′.8 5′.8 – 6′.0 6′.0 – 6′.4 6’4 +

*Note: If you find yourself between sizes we recommend going up a size and reducing the stem length to 35-40mm

 

160MM FORK GEOMETRY S M L XL
A  HA Low 64.8˚ 64.8˚ 64.8˚ 64.8˚
    HA High 65.6˚ 65.6˚ 65.6˚ 65.6˚
B  ST Angle 74.3˚ 74.3˚ 74.3˚ 74.3˚
C  Virtual TT Length 598mm | 23.50” 619mm | 24.37” 640mm | 25.20” 661mm | 26.00”
D  ST Length 390mm | 15.40” 425mm | 16.70” 460mm | 18.10” 495mm | 19.50”
E  BB Height XLow 334mm | 13.20” 334mm | 13.20” 334mm | 13.20” 334mm | 13.20”
     BB Height Low 346mm | 13.60” 346mm | 13.60” 346mm | 13.60” 346mm | 13.60”
F  HT Length 100mm | 3.90” 114mm | 4.50” 127mm | 5.00” 141mm | 5.60”
G  CS Length XLow 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00” 432mm | 17.00”
      CS Length Low 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93” 430mm | 16.93”
H WB Low 1157mm | 45.60” 1180mm |46.50” 1202mm | 47.30” 1224mm | 48.20”
     WB High 1155mm | 45.50” 1178mm | 46.40” 1200mm | 47.30” 1223mm | 48.20”
I   Standover 652mm | 25.70” 681mm | 26.80” 701mm | 27.60” 715mm | 28.10”
J   Axle to Crown 552mm 552mm 552mm 552mm
K   Offset  42mm  42mm  42mm  42mm
Stack 589mm | 23.20” 602mm | 23.70” 614mm | 24.20” 627mm | 24.70”
Reach 416mm | 16.40” 433mm | 17.10” 451mm | 17.70” 468mm | 18.40”
Sizing 5′.3 – 5′.8 5′.8 – 6′.0 6′.0 – 6′.4 6’4 +

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