Is this the most exciting bike at the 2015 Eurobike trade show? The buzz surrounding the realese of Evil’s latest machine, the 150mm travel Insurgent, is not without reason. From its sleek and purposeful lines to the kind of progressive geometry that adds up to a bike that means business on the trails, everyone wants to know more about the Insurgent.
With an adjustable head angle from purposefully slack 64 to a marginally steeper 65-degrees, a roomy front centre and short 430mm chainstays, with features including an integrated chainguide, internal cable routing and beefed up hardware throughout, the Insurgent is a bike designed to be as versatile as it is capable.
For the rider who wants to take on epic all-day rides in search of wild lines and meaty hucks out in the boonies to laps at the bike park, the Insurgtent is a bike we had to know more about.
Thankfully the man behind the brand, Kevin Walsh, made the trip over from Seattle, Washington to Freindrichshafen, Germany for the show. So without further a do, over to Kevin...
2016 Evil Bikes Insurgent Preview | 2015 Eurobike
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