The Offering is Evil’s all-terrain mountain bike, which can handle anything. It occupies a comfortable middle position in our 29er trail bike triad, including a shorter offset fork to keep handling tight and a steeper seat tube to aid in climbing. There’s a hint of downhill ability in the 140mm rear shock, which is mounted on a trunnion.
What makes evil bikes so special?
The rainforest is a sustainable ecosystem, and Evil’s famous time and weather-defying dual row, Klüberplex filled, angular contact bearings are intended to survive the extremes of the environment. It also allowed us to keep our ferociously fast 430mm chainstays and increased the bracing angle of the rear wheel.
What is a trail bike?
When it comes to getting the most out of purpose-built ‘flow trails,’ the trail bike is the best tool available. Experts point out that a trail bike can tackle the majority of the terrain that is available to mountain bikers. As time has progressed, they have only grown in their ability to deal with increasingly boisterous and technological environments.
Is the following a good bike to ride?
When it’s in its element, The Following is a delight to watch. It is quite enjoyable to charge down flow trails, railing berms, and pumping rolls on the trail. Riders who like slower, more difficult, or rugged terrain may consider switching to a different bike.
What is a hardtail trail bike?
- A trail bike is a type of mountain bike that is capable of navigating drops, berms, tricky obstacles, and difficult descents over rocky terrain on two wheels.
- Full-suspension bikes are more popular and generally accessible than ‘hardtail’ ones, which are more expensive (which use a suspension fork but no rear shock).
- Hardtail trail bikes, on the other hand, continue to have a devoted following.