Choosing the perfect road bike, mountain bike, gravel bike, or any bike takes a lot of time. Poring over specification details to find the right brand, build, and price that fits all your needs takes a lot of work. We know this because we go through the same exact emotional roller coaster when it comes time for each of us here at JensonUSA to shop for our new bike. JensonUSA exclusive builds are built with some of the best brands in the bike industry using handpicked parts that our product team spec with the aim of delivering bikes that are uniquely tuned for what JensonUSA customers have asked for.
Choosing the perfect road bike, mountain bike, gravel bike, or any bike takes a lot of time. Poring over specification details to find the right brand, build, and price that fits all your needs takes a lot of work. We know this because we go through the same exact emotional roller coaster when it comes time for each of us here at JensonUSA to shop for our new bike. JensonUSA exclusive builds are built with some of the best brands in the bike industry using handpicked parts that our product team spec with the aim of delivering bikes that are uniquely tuned for what JensonUSA customers have asked for. The birth of every Evil bike starts with a basis of key features. Regardless of which Evil bike you choose, these features bring ultimate function, beautiful form, and heaps of well-that's-just-awesome to your ride.
This bike-shaped monster truck is the mutant offspring of the Following. From his first ride on the original Following, Kevin Walsh knew that he could and should create this big-wheeled beast. 29" wheels paired to a 161mm travel frame mean this bike eats up chunder and big hits without flinching. Perhaps, not quite as nimble or efficient during the climbs, you'll quickly forget any drawbacks when you absolutely sleigh the rowdiest of terrain. This bike has DH DNA, but still lets you chase big descents long after the chairlifts have shut down.
With 29" wheels and 120mm travel, the Following holds its own against the competition when it comes to putting power to the pedals and racing to the top. What sets this bike apart from the competition is just how mind-blowingly capable it is when dropping down the mountain. Nimble, quick, with a deeper suspension, feel than its numbers convey, this is the ideal trail bike for those who want a bit of everything.
Evil describes the Calling as the Following's delinquent little brother and it seems to have a touch of ADHD, wanting to see every jump, berm, and feature on the trail. Sure, it may not be the most focused ride, but when you're having that much fun, who cares? The Calling comes with smaller 27.5" wheels and bumps the travel up to 131mm adding a touch of fun factor with snappier handling and a bit more squish for getting ever so much rowdier on your way down.
Filling in the gap between the Following and the Wreckoning, the Offering is the perfect big-wheeled option for trail/enduro riding. Adding a 140mm-travel 29er wasn’t just good business (landing in the hottest segment of the market: 140-150 mm wagon-wheel bikes), it was about rounding out Evil’s range to have the right bike for pretty much every single style of riding that doesn’t require adding a number plate.
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When we think about the people who have shaped mountain bike technology through the years, there’s few names as prolific as Dave Weagle. Dave designed the groundbreaking DW-Link, putting downhill riders on World Cup podiums almost immediately after its inception.
In the years that followed, Dave helped found Evil. Designing their Delta System was his masterstroke, and it cemented Evil as a premiere maker of Full Suspension Mountain Bikes. They’ve come to represent a trend in mountain biking, a full-fledged movement with the sole ambition of manufacturing bikes of the highest possible quality.