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Ever since Evil released the Offering, the American brand’s portfolio has left nothing to be desired! Evil now has a suitable bike for every type of rider. We reveal why the new Offering will be the best choice for most riders.

For an overview of the test fleet head to the group test: The best trail bike you can buy

Evil’s brand new Offering not only fits perfectly into the line-up visually, but it also slots nicely in the gap between the Following MB trail bike, and its enduro targeted machine, the Wreckoning LB. The bike offers 140 mm travel and 29″ wheels and as is typical for Evil, is available in different build kits, with different shock options. The bike we tested, with an X01 drivetrain and a FOX DPX2 shock, is available for a hefty € 8,274 – but you’ll get only the best components. SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain? Check! FOX Factory suspension? Check! E13 TRS Race carbon wheels? Check! 170 mm RockShox Reverb dropper seatpost? Double Check! Our only point of criticism was the weak SRAM Guide brakes paired with relatively small 180 mm rotors.

The Evil Offering in detail

Fork FOX 36 FLOAT Factory (Serie RockShox PIKE RCT3) 150 mm
Schock FOX DPX2 Factory 140 mm
Brakes SRAM Guide RSC 180/180
DrivetrainSRAM X01 Eagle
Seatpost RockShox Reverb Stealth 170 mm
Stem Race Face Turbine 40 mm
Handlebar Race Face Next R 780 mm
Wheelset E*thirteen TRS Race Carbon
Weight 13.22 kg
Price € 8,049

Geometry of the Evil Offering

As you’d expect from Evil, the Offering features Dave Weagle’s Delta System rear linkage and a superb finish. You’ll find high-quality plastic protectors at all the critical points as well as a specially developed chain guide. New for Evil is the longer reach compared to the rest of the range (477 mm in size L) and the significantly steeper seat tube angle of 76° (in the steeper of the two geometry settings).

Seat tube381 mm432 mm470 mm508 mm
Top tube588 mm611 mm633 mm655 mm
Head tube104 mm114 mm124 mm134 mm
Head angle (X-Low/Low)65.6°/66.2°65.6°/66.2°65.6°/66.2°65.6°/66.2°
Seat angle (X-Low/Low)75°/76°75°/76°75°/76°75°/76°
Chainstay (X-Low/Low)432/430 mm432/430 mm432/430 mm432/430 mm
BB Height (X-Low/Low)338/346 mm338/346 mm338/346 mm338/346 mm
Wheelbase (X-Low/Low)1184/1180 mm1209/1205 mm1233/1229 mm1257/1253 mm
Reach437 mm457 mm477 mm497 mm
Stack615 mm623 mm633 mm643 mm

The Evil Offering on the trail

The steep seat tube angle and the long reach are noticeable as soon as you get on the bike. Your riding position on the bike is comfortably central. On the climbs, the rear linkage remains unaffected by pedal-bob while providing a lot of traction. More often than not we saved ourselves the trouble of reaching for the shock adjustment lever – the Offering climbs well enough without it. However, the focus is clearly on traction and comfort rather than maximum efficiency. The Offering will take its rider to the top of every trailhead with ease and is a lot of fun on long rides too, though it won’t even try to win a sprint to the finish. The rider’s position on the bike feels very integrated “into” the bike, the long reach seemingly framing the rider.

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Paired with the excellent suspension and large wheels you almost feel indestructible. In turn, the Offering is fast, even in the most challenging terrain. The rear linkage is very sensitive with great mid-stroke support. It soaks up irregularities but still provides enough feedback and support for spontaneous jumps and quick direction changes. Despite the increased reach, the balance is excellent and the Offering is very stable and easy to ride. On tight sections, the bike will require you to muscle it around a bit, but changing direction is easy and direct in most scenarios. Beware: flat, easy trails bore this bike, with it feeling a bit sluggish in mellow terrain.


The Evil Offering is the new star in the American brand’s line-up. The bike is extremely versatile, cutting a fine figure both climbing and descending on a wide variety of trails. It’s the perfect mix of a fun trail bike and a potent enduro bike. If you’re looking for maximum propulsion, however, you will find more agile and sprightly bikes. Descending, the brakes significantly dampen the fun – an upgrade should be considered.


  • rear linkage performs excellently on the climbs and descents
  • very comfortable
  • confidence inspiring


  • brakes not up to par
  • slow to get going





Value for money

More info at: evil-bikes.com

For an overview of the test fleet head to the group test: The best trail bike you can buy

All bikes in test:Canyon Spectral CF 9.0 LTD | Evil Offering X01 | Giant Trance Advanced Pro 29 | Ibis Ripmo | Pivot Mach 5.5 Pro XT | Propain Hugene Highend | Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC Edition | Santa Cruz Bronson CC X01+ | Scott Genius 900 Ultimate |Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper 29 | Transition Sentinel X01 | Trek Remedy 9.9 | YT Jeffsy 29 CF Pro Race

Words & Photos: Felix Stix

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2019 Evil Offering Black DPX2 (Frame only) (Free Shipping)

Category: All Mountain/Enduro Frames

Frame Size: S
Wheel Size: 29"

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2019 Evil Offering Black, size small, DPX2 (frame only) includes headset

I used this for 2-3 rides to try out the different frame size (explained below). Less than 1 month old. Headset is brand new, never used. In excellent condition. I paid $3100 new plus $50 for the DPX2 upgrade. $400 Price Reduction to you and free shipping/insurance, as I wanted try a different size frame.

Also willing to sell PUSH 11-6 rear shock with this frame for a good price. ($3200 frame with 11-6, frame and 11-6 cost $4000 so this is an $800 savings)

I am tad taller than 5' 8" and purchased a medium Offering in Oct, 2018. As I wasn't sure about the size and was inbetween sizes in their geometry chart, I decided to purchase a small Offering over the holidays to try out the smaller. In the end, I prefer the medium over the small and with overlap with other bike. I can actually ride either frame size. The small Offering is a more playful ride, whereas the medium Offering is a bit more stable. They are both fun in their own ways. The Offering represents the new longer geometry, so a small frame can be considered a medium to previous bikes. The small Offering is slightly longer than my medium Calling. My plan is to keep my medium Calling (as it is used and abused), as it overlaps with the small Offering and keep the medium Offering for some separation with N+1 bike ownership.

I have other parts willing to sell...for example ONE DROPPER (set at 140mm set-up for the Offering and my shorter 30" legs - $100 purchased with the frame), plus additional items.

I am happy to answer any questions with respect to sizing, the bike, shocks, etc. I have receipts, never registered the bike. I will post pictures later tonight.

SERIOUS OFFERS ONLY! I will pay for shipping/insurance and PayPal fees for the bike shipped ground in the continental US.

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Price: $7,399 (X01 Eagle)
SRAM XO1 Eagle 1x12
Carbon-fiber composite
Wheel size
: 29
Fork travel:
Frame sizes:
S, M (tested), L, XL
The right bike for:
Riders looking for a stable 29er trail bike

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Evil has two well regarded 29ers: the 120mm-travel Following and the 161mm Wreckoning. They’re both great bikes, but Evil noticed some riders were building the Following into a bigger bike or building the Wreckoning down to a lighter bike in an attempt to find the middle ground between them.

Rather than forcing riders—and themselves—to attempt to turn the Following and Wreckoning into something they weren’t, Evil filled the gap with a new bike: the new 140mm Evil Offering.

The Offering shares many features with its siblings, including the Dave-Weagle-designed DELTA single-pivot suspension, 1x dedicated frame, threaded BB, and room for a water bottle in the front triangle. Geometry follows current trends, with a steep 77-degree seat tube angle, long reach (462mm for a size medium) with long front center and wheelbase, and tidy 430mm chainstays.

Trevor Raab

The result is a balanced trail 29er. Like most of the new-school longer wheelbase bikes, it’s planted and stable-feeling rather than playful. The supple suspension accentuates this sensation, and gives the rider confidence to push harder and wring more speed out of the trail.

It’s no slouch going uphill either. The Offering pedals efficiently, and has better than average rear-wheel traction, a centered riding position, and a crisp-steering front end. Frame weight is the same as the Following and in fact, because of the newer geometry, the Offering climbs better than the Following overall.

The Following is known for its snappy playfulness, the Wreckoning for its downhill prowess. The Offering splits the difference and offers notes of both. It's an excellent do-it-all trail bike

Evil Offering

Sag Indicator

A built-in sag indicator helps the rider set up the rear suspension properly.

Evil Offering

Flip Chips

Flip chips allow the riders to choose between low and extra-low geometry.

Evil Offering

Carbon Hoops

The XO1 Eagle build kit features e*thirteen wheels with carbon rims.

Evil Offering

Integrated Chainguide

An integrated upper guide provides extra security.

Evil Offering

Rubber Bumpers

Integrated rubber protectors silence chain slap.

The Offering Frame

Evil’s crew is apparently satisfied with the how their bikes are working out, because the Offering employs the same suspension design and features as the Wreckoning and Following. So, don’t be ashamed if you can’t tell the three bikes apart without closer inspection.

Like those two models, the Offering uses Evil’s signature single-pivot suspension with linkage actuated shock, called DELTA. Evil says the system offers a supple initial stroke, supportive mid stroke, and progression at the end of its travel for control and bottom-out resistance. All brands claim this of course, but based on riding the Offering (and Following and Wreckoning) Evil’s bikes do this better than most. The Offering’s suspension is coil-spring friendly, and Evil will sell versions of the bike with Push’s ElevenSix coil shock.

Trevor Raab

Other details shared with Evil’s other 29ers—and pretty typical for today’s mid-travel 29ers—include a frame dedicated for 1x drivetrain, Boost rear-axle spacing, full-length derailleur housing, metric-sized trunnion-mount shock, ISCG ’05 chain-guide tabs, and rubberized chain-slap and downtube protectors. Evil added less-common details too, like a threaded bottom bracket, integrated upper chain guide, and built-in sag meter. There are also two ports in the lower shock mount that allow debris to drain out.

For water bottle fans, Evil offers a customized King Cage in its store with lowered mounting tabs for more clearance.

Long Reach and Steep Seat Angle

As the newest 29er in Evil’s line, the Offering’s geometry best reflects modern trends with the steepest seat angle and the longest reaches in Evil’s line so far.

Like Evil’s other bikes, the Offering has a pair of flip-chips that allow the bike to be set in two geometries: low, and extra low. With a 140mm fork, the seat angle is 77 degrees in the low (76 in extra low), and reach is a rangy 462mm (size medium). The head tube angle is 66.6 degrees in the low-setting (nice touch, Evil) or 66 in extra low.

Notably, Evil has not jumped on the short-offset-fork trend, sticking to 51mm offset for its bikes. That means the Offering’s wheelbase and front center is a bit longer that it would be with a short-offset fork. However the 51mm offset reduces trail so steering is, in theory, a bit livelier than it would be with the shorter offset fork.

Though it has less travel than the Wreckoning, the Offering’s longer reach creates a wheelbase that's longer than the bike's 161mm-travel big sister.

Matt Phillips

The chart above shows how the Offering stacks up against other 135 to 145mm travel 29ers. Notable details: It is one of the longest reach bikes in the category but has some of the shortest chainstays. In the low setting, the Evil has a steeper head tube angle and higher BB than many of its competitors, though in the extra-low setting it’s more mid-pack.

Of course, mountain bike geometry is in the middle of an upheaval, so every new bike that rolls out seems to reshuffle the landscape. And as fun as it is to nerd out and compare geo between bikes, remember that geometry is just one quality among many that contributes to how a bike performs and feels.

Build Kits

Evil sells the Offering as a frame for $3,099, and in two build kits: XO1 Eagle ($7,399) and GX Eagle ($5,699). As the names indicate, both use SRAM Eagle drivetrains, and both kits use the same fork (140mm RockShox Pike RCT3), shock (RockShox Super Deluxe RCT), dropper post (RockShox Reverb), and tires (Maxxis Minion DHF and DHR).

Trevor Raab

In addition to the drivetrain, theXO1 Eagle build comes with higher level parts: e*thirteen TRS wheels with carbon rims, SRAM Guide RSC brakes, and RaceFace NEXT R bar and Turbine R stem. Evil offers both versions with an optional Push ElevenSix coil-spring shock, a $900 upgrade, or a FOX Float DPX2 shock.

Outside of Evil’s build kits, Jenson sells the Offering with its own XT/SLX build kit for $5,000.

Riding the Offering

Evil’s Following is notable for its playful nature, while the Weckoning's is notable for outsized downhill speed. You might expect the Offering to split the difference, but it doesn’t.

Trevor Raab

Surprisingly, the Offering outclimbs the Following. The two frames weigh the same, and fully built they're about the same weight as well. Both pedal crisply, and the 20mm travel increase doesn’t tax the Offering's efficiency compared to the Following. But the Offering has a more centered riding position, which makes it easier to stay on top of the gear and keeping the front wheel tracking straight. This will reset when an updated Following becomes available, which I have to assume is on the horizon.

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The Offering's length also reduces some of the exceptional pop and liveness that the Following and Wreckoning known for. It’s longer than those bikes, and feels more stable. The Wreckoning still blasts downhills faster than the Offering, but the shorter-travel bike isn’t far off. Again, I expect a theoretical future Wreckoning with updated frame and geometry will put more space between the bikes.

But for now, the Offering out-climbs the shorter-travel Following and nearly equals the Wreckoning on the downhills. And that makes the Offering a very remarkable and versatile bike.

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Evil Bikes Offering Frame

The Evil Offering is a 140mm 29er. Taking the best bits of the multi-award winning Following MB and Wreckoning LB the new Offering is designed as a fast trail/enduro bike that laps up rowdier terrain. Evil are known for bikes that shred and the Offering certainly adds to that theme. 

This new bike is going to be the sweet-spot for many UK riders. Run the Offering with a 140mm or 150mm fork such as a Pike, Lyrik or Fox 36. The bike is designed around a standard-offset fork but you can use a shorter offset if you want slightly snappier handling.

The Offering has a longer reach than other Evil Bikes' models. A steep 77 degree seat tube angle hints at its pedalability and this is something Evil want to really emphasise. The Offering can be run in low or x-low mode but even in x-low, this much steeper seat tube angle makes it fly up and along. The Offering also has a slightly longer wheelbase designed to add greater stability.

Tyre clearance has been increased and you can run up to 2.6" tyres for grip and comfort if you wish. An integrated chain device is included and chain clearance has been increased over other Evil models. 

The Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair comes as standard but you can switch for the Fox DPX2 if you prefer or even the Push ElevenSix coil.

As an Evil Bikes dealer since the start, at Biketart we can give plenty of advice on this or any Evil bike. Whether you want a frame, a standard build or something fully custom give us a shout. Ask for the boss if you like - he rides an Evil.

Sours: https://www.biketart.com/bikes-c1/frames-c33/evil-bikes-offering-frame-p49287

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Evil Offering GX Hydra review

Evil’s marketing material about the Offering is full of aggressive hyperbole, from “trail slayer” to “force of nature” and even “the dark lord of singletrack.” But on the trail, this bike is more of a playful lamb than an unstoppable force.

Evil Offering GX Hydra frame

While the suspension layout looks complex, it’s actually pretty simple – a single-pivot swingarm drives a link, which in turn compresses the shock via a rocker. The link allows the leverage ratio over the shock to be manipulated to Evil’s specification. There’s room for a full-size water bottle on the down tube.

Substantial rubber chainstay and down tube protection, along with an integrated upper chain guide, keep the chain quiet and the carbon protected.

The rear axle is the 12 x 157mm Super Boost width, which is claimed to allow for more tyre clearance (up to 2.6in) but may make it harder to find replacement wheels.

A flip-chip lets you drop the bottom bracket (BB) height by 8mm, while slackening the head and seat angles by 0.5 degrees. It’s a fiddly job, though.

Evil Offering GX Hydra geometry

Evil Offering GX Hydra kit

A RockShox Lyrik fork is always good to see, as is a OneUp dropper post. If you order through Evil’s EU website, you can choose the dropper travel based on your leg length, which is a nice touch.

I was also pleased with the 810mm handlebar – you can always cut a bar down, but you can’t make it longer!

The Industry Nine rear wheel has an obnoxiously loud coasting buzz, which I found pretty annoying. You could quieten it down by greasing the ratchet, though.

The lacklustre SRAM G2 brakes are the main shortcoming. I’d much prefer the vastly superior, and barely heavier, SRAM Codes.

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Evil Offering GX Hydra ride impressions

At 14kg exactly (in XL), the Offering is impressively light. The suspension is firm under power, too. There’s very little bob when spinning or sprinting out of the saddle. This makes the Evil a rewarding bike on which to push the pedals.

The 75-degree seat tube angle was (just) the steepest I had on test too, so it feels more efficient and less like you’re hanging off the back when tackling steep climbs. I do think it could be steeper, though, and didn’t like the frame’s ‘low’ geometry setting purely because it made the seat tube too laidback for climbing.

It’s not all plain sailing on the ascents, though. When pedalling forcefully at low cadences over bumpy ground, the high anti-squat of the suspension can make the ride choppy, with the bike seesawing over the terrain as the suspension butts up against lumps.

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Despite being 1.4 to 1.6kg lighter than the Starling Murmur and Cotic Jeht Gold GX also on test, the Offering is only a little faster uphill.

However, when hopping and manualling up and over trail obstacles, the Evil requires noticeably less effort. Its short chainstays (430mm), high-rise bar and low weight make for an effortless and energetic feel when popping up and over logs and roots, and splashing through puddles.

The suspension is impressive too, when you’re up to speed and coasting. At the rear, the high initial leverage ratio gives a supple, ground-hugging feel.

With just under 30 per cent sag (measured seated) there’s a good balance of sensitivity and support, but I had to add a volume spacer or two to the shock (it comes with none) to stop it bottoming-out too easily.

The Lyrik Ultimate fork works well too, hoovering up small bumps with aplomb. Here, the bike’s relatively steep head angle (66 degrees) helps because it means the fork is better aligned with the vertical forces coming from smaller lumps, so the sensitivity is great.

Despite the boxy carbon frame, the Offering never felt harsher than the steel bikes mentioned.

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However, tackling steep and rough terrain on the Offering feels notably more nervous and precarious than on its longer and slacker rivals. The relatively short wheelbase (for an XL) of 1,260mm makes it hard to keep your weight in the right place between the wheels when tackling big changes of gradient, steep turns, or big bumps and holes.

This had me understeering more (even with the same tyres) because I couldn’t load the bar confidently. Using the ‘low’ setting helps a bit, by slackening the head angle from 66 to 65.5 degrees, making the steering slightly more predictable, but this doesn’t change the wheelbase, which is the main issue for me.

Besides, putting the frame in the ‘low’ setting compromises climbing more tangibly than it improves descending. The fairly long seat tube (500mm in XL) also makes it hard to size up to get a longer wheelbase.

Evil plans to offer an angle-adjust headset, which will slacken the head angle by up to 1.5 degrees while adding to the wheelbase, all without affecting the seat tube angle.

Sadly, I didn’t get to test this ahead of this review, but it should improve the Offering’s descending capabilities without affecting its climbing.

How we tested

Small companies have often been at the forefront of innovation in the bike industry. With limited batches, rapid production schedules and rider-rich management, they’re able to ‘think outside the box’ more than the bigger brands.

So if you stray from the mainstream, you might just get a bike that’s ahead of the curve.

For this test we got hold of three trail bikes from boutique brands with 140mm of travel and 29in wheels, all costing between five and six grand.

For that, we’d expect them to leave little to be desired both uphill and down. Two are from UK brands and constructed from steel, while the third is from the USA and made from carbon fibre.

We weighed and measured every detail, then hit the trails, tweaking the setup and suspension, and even swapping a few parts, to optimise ride feel. Once dialled in, we rode them back-to-back on the same test loops that featured steep, technical climbs and gnarly downhills. This shone more light on how each bike performs than months of standalone testing could.

Also on test

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EVIL Offering 29 Frame

EVIL Offering 29 Frame

EVIL Offering 29 Frame

The Offering is Evil’s do-anything mountain bike. 140mm 29” big-wheeled trail bike featuring a steeper 77° seat angle and the best attributes from Following and Wreckoning.

The quiet Quiver Killer strikes again. The Offering is our 140mm 29” big-wheeled trail bike featuring a steeper 77° seat angle and the best attributes from both its Following and Wreckoning brothers. Still, the Offering stands on its own, with an increased reach that benefits both climbing and descending, a fierce DH capability, an Enduro heart, and diabolical cornering powers. Quiet, stiff, fast and poppy-as-hell, the Offering sacrifices nothing but gives you God-like powers. All hail, the Dark Lord of singletrack.

The Offering is Evil’s do-anything mountain bike. It sits happily in the center of our 29er trail bike trilogy with a shorter offset fork to keep the handling tight and a steeper seat tube to facilitate climbing. The trunnion-mounted 140mm rear shock hints at downhill prowess. The Offering has a lust for adventure and has been proven to be The One True Bike to achieve epic all-day trail missions while still having fun turning the berms and flowing jump lines. Evil from the parking lot to the peak and back again, the Offering is a tried-and-true mountain bike in the strictest sense of the term.


Available SizesSmall, Medium, Large, X-Large
Wheel Travel140mm
Rear ShockRockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair, 185x55, DB LLC 380
Shock HardwareTrunion Upper, 20x8mm Lower
Fork Axle to Crown551mm, 140mm travel
Fork Offset42mm
HeadtubeTapered 1 1/8" - 1 1/2"
HeadsetCane Creek 40 Series IS42 - IS52 , Upper 44mm Lower 62mm Tapered OD
Seatpost Diameter30.9mm
Seatclamp Diameter34.9mm
Rear Wheel Diameter29"
Maximum Rear Tire Size29" x 2.5" (Varies By Brand)
Bottom Bracket Shell73mm Threaded
Chainguide MountISCG05 Lower
Maximum Chainring Size34T Single Ring
Minimum Chainring Size30T Single Ring / 32T Oval
Rear Wheel Spacing157mm x 12mm
Front DerailleurSingle Ring Only
Brake Mount TypePost Mount 180mm
Maximum Rear Rotor Size203mm


150mm Fork Option

A - Head Tube Angle LOW66.4°66.4°66.4°66.4°
Head Tube Angle X-LOW65.8°65.8°65.8°65.8°
B - Seat Tube Angle LOW77°77°77°77°
Seat Tube Angle X-LOW76°76°76°76°
C - Virtual Top Tube Length594mm | 23.38"617mm | 24.28"639mm | 25.15"661mm | 26.03"
D - Seat Tube Length355mm | 13.97"390mm | 15.35"425mm | 16.73"465mm | 18.30"
E - Bottom Bracket Height LOW347mm | 13.66"347mm | 13.66"347mm | 13.66"347mm | 13.66"
Bottom Bracket Height X-LOW339mm | 13.33"339mm | 13.33"339mm | 13.33"339mm | 13.33"
F - Bottom Bracket Drop26mm | 1.02"26mm | 1.02"26mm | 1.02"26mm | 1.02"
G - Head Tube Length95mm | 3.74"105mm | 4.13"115mm | 4.52"125mm | 4.92"
H - Chain Stay Length Low430mm | 16.93"430mm | 16.93"430mm | 16.93"430mm | 16.93"
Chain Stay Length X-LOW432mm | 17.00"432mm | 17.00"432mm | 17.00"432mm | 17.00"
I - Wheel Base LOW1180mm | 46.46"1205mm | 47.45"1231mm | 48.45"1256mm | 49.45"
Wheel Base X-LOW1181mm | 46.50"1207mm | 47.50"1232mm | 48.50"1257mm | 49.51"
J - Axle to Crown LOW561mm | 22.09"561mm | 22.09"561mm | 22.09"561mm | 22.09"
K - Offset42mm | 1.65"42mm | 1.65"42mm | 1.65"42mm | 1.65"
L - Front to Center750mm | 29.52"775mm | 30.51"801mm | 31.53"826mm | 32.51"
M - Trail LOW115mm | 4.52"115mm | 4.52"115mm | 4.52"115mm | 4.52"
Trail X-LOW116mm | 4.56"116mm | 4.56"116mm | 4.56"116mm | 4.56"
N - Stack613mm | 24.13"622mm | 24.5"632mm | 24.86"641mm | 25.22"
O - Reach448mm | 17.36"469mm | 18.47"491mm | 19.32"512mm | 20.17"
P - Standover672mm | 26.45"684mm | 26.92"695mm | 27.38"706mm | 27.8"
Sizing5'3" - 5'8"5'7" - 6'0"5'10" - 6'4"6'3"+

160mm Fork Option

A - Head Tube Angle LOW65.9°65.9°65.9°65.9°
Head Tube Angle X-LOW65.3°65.3°65.3°65.3°
B - Seat Tube Angle LOW76.5°76.5°76.5°76.5°
Seat Tube Angle X-LOW76°76°76°76°
C - Virtual Top Tube Length597mm | 23.5"618mm | 24.34"641mm | 25.21"663mm | 26.10"
D - Seat Tube Length355mm | 13.97"390mm | 15.35"425mm | 16.73"465mm | 18.30"
E - Bottom Bracket Height LOW350mm | 13.79"350mm | 13.79"350mm | 13.79"350mm | 13.79"
Bottom Bracket Height X-LOW342mm | 13.46"342mm | 13.46"342mm | 13.46"342mm | 13.46"
F - Bottom Bracket Drop23mm | 0.9"23mm | 0.9"23mm | 0.9"23mm | 0.9"
G - Head Tube Length95mm | 3.74"105mm | 4.13"115mm | 4.52"125mm | 4.92"
H - Chain Stay Length Low430mm | 16.93"430mm | 16.93"430mm | 16.93"430mm | 16.93"
Chain Stay Length X-LOW432mm | 17.00"432mm | 17.00"432mm | 17.00"432mm | 17.00"
I - Wheel Base LOW1185mm | 46.67"1211mm | 47.67"1236mm | 48.67"1262mm | 49.68"
Wheel Base X-LOW1186mm | 46.71"1212mm | 47.71"1237mm | 48.71"1263mm | 49.72"
J - Axle to Crown LOW571mm | 22.48"571mm | 22.48"571mm | 22.48"571mm | 22.48"
K - Offset44mm | 1.73"44mm | 1.73"44mm | 1.73"44mm | 1.73"
L - Front to Center756mm | 29.76"782mm | 30.77"807mm | 31.77"833mm | 32.77"
M - Trail LOW114mm | 4.48"114mm | 4.48"114mm | 4.48"114mm | 4.48"
Trail X-LOW115mm | 4.5"115mm | 4.5"115mm | 4.5"115mm | 4.5"
N - Stack617mm | 24.27"626mm | 24.64"635mm | 25.00"644mm | 25.37"
O - Reach443mm | 17.44"465mm | 18.29"486mm | 19.14"508mm | 19.98"
P - Standover675mm | 26.58"688mm | 27.07"699mm | 27.5"709mm | 27.92"
Sizing5'3" - 5'8"5'7" - 6'0"5'10" - 6'4"6'3"+


Stem Length35-50mm35-50mm35-50mm35-50mm
Stem Rise
Handlebar Rise35mm35mm35mm35mm
Handlebar Width780mm-820mm780mm-820mm780mm-820mm780mm-820mm
Crank Length170mm170mm170mm170mm
Sizing5'3" - 5'8"5'7" - 6'0"5'10" - 6'4"6'3"+


Pedal Forward Geometry

Steeper seat tube angle. Longer reach.

Longer. Slacker. Fast AF

Longer reach. Faster heats.

Wheelie Short Chain Stays

Make Bikes Shred Again. Short 430mm chain stays mean wheelies for days and manuals for months.

Fully Internal Cable Routing

Guided internal tubes for a clean look, easy setup and even easier maintenance.

157mm Superboost+ Spacing

Stiffer in all the right places. More tire clearance. More chain clearance. Run 29” X 2.6” rubber in the rear and still have ample room for those classic PNW muddy days.

Wider Main Pivot. Larger Hardware.

Unified one-piece rear triangle. Increased stiffness and strength so you can flex on your riding partners instead of your bike.

Stay Quiet. Stay Deadly.

Stealth rubber with Sound Mounds, rubber chainstay protectors.

DT Rubber

An internal impact foam in an internal cavity provides more protection against impact.

Direct Injection Chain Guide

An integrated chain guide indexed for 30/32/34/36 chainrings featuring built-in rubber.

Silence Of The Linkage

Sealed dual row angular contact bearings with Klüberplex grease means bearings that last even longer.

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 - See more at: http://evil-bikes.com/products/the-insurgent-3/#sthash.c9qztWCW.dpuf

tempt 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 - See more at: http://evil-bikes.com/products/the-insurgent-3/#sthash.aTlSPMqc.dpuf

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 - See more at: http://evil-bikes.com/products/the-insurgent-3/#sthash.aTlSPMqc.dpuf

Referencias específicas


EVIL Offering 29 Frame
  • EVIL Offering 29 Frame
Sours: https://nsmtb.com/es/offering/2330-evil-offering-29-frame.html

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Evil 2021 Evil Offering Frame Only


The quiet Quiver Killer strikes again. The Offering is our 140mm 29” big-wheeled trail bike featuring a steeper 77° seat angle and the best attributes from both its Following and Wreckoning brothers. Still, the Offering stands on its own, with an increased reach that benefits both climbing and descending, a fierce DH capability, an Enduro heart, and diabolical cornering powers. Quiet, stiff, fast and poppy-as-hell, the Offering sacrifices nothing but gives you God-like powers. All hail, the Dark Lord of singletrack.

If Evil’s Following is the short travel trail slayer and the Wreckoning is our leg-powered DH legend, then the Offering is the all-arounder twenty-niner. It spins up like a tornado and descends with playful fury. Evil’s geometry stays shred-ready for all riders. No matter where you live or how you pedal, Evil’s bikes feature built-in adjustability to elevate your ride. And it’s all thanks to the Flip Chip. Switching the orientation of the Flip Chip provides a 2.1-degree spectrum of change covering every style of riding from laid-back to aggressive. Flip it to LOW and the Offering is ready to ride in a trail-happy, fast-handling capacity. Or opt for the X-LOW position to drop the bottom bracket 11 millimeters and slacken the head tube angle for increasing stability and confidence in steeper terrain and higher speeds. Offering does it all.

Want more flexibility? With Evil's aftermarket angle set, an additional four positions become available, allowing for a total of six potential configurations. Ride the Offering in the stock (LOW) orientation with ultra-efficient forward pedaling position, or in X-LOW with an aftermarket slack 1.5-degree angle set to increase your comfort zone in the steeps. Flip Chips place the rider where the rider wants to be.

SUPERBOOST+ rear spacing allows for more tire clearance, and a stiffer frame chassis. We updated the main pivot hardware to be wider and stronger too. Slap a corner too hard? The bike holds the line. Land sideways getting too zesty on a whip? She’ll correct you. The Offering is a mountain bike meant to be pushed. Add in downtube rubber with impact foam for dampening qualities that reduce noise and impact, full internal guide tubes, containing cables and creating clean lines and crisp style. Rubber chainstay protectors and chain guide help keep chain slap noise nearly nonexistent.

While the Offering is already a versatile force of nature, Evil offers even more customization through multiple well-curated build kits. Choose a 150mm Rockshox Lyrik fork with Rockshox Super Deluxe Ultimate RC, available with SRAM GX or Eagle X01, or go full futuristic with the AXS wireless electronic shifting kit. Finally, the fierce Push Eleven Six rear shock option to satisfy those faithful to the coil shock fringe. Choose your weapons. Make your Offering.


  • Frame: EVIL Offering 140mm Travel UD Carbon, Internal Cable Routing, Integrated Upper Guide, SuperBoost+
  • Shock: Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair, 185x55, DB LLC 380
Sours: https://www.theinsideline.ca/2021-evil-offering-v3-frame-only.html

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