First look: Evil Revolt downhill frame
By Matthew Cole | Monday, May 25, 2009 7.00am
We first saw the prototype of Evil’s Revolt downhill frame at this year’s Core Bike Show, but now the production model is ready and we've got our grubby hands on it.
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The frame is based on the Dave Weagle-designed Delta System which allows the geometry of the bike to be tweaked depending on the terrain. There’s a single pivot swingarm out back connected to a Fox DHX RC4 shock, a small rocker and linkage.
The geometry can be adjusted by flipping the shock so the frame sits higher/lower depending on the trail conditions and rider preferences. The head angle can also be adjusted between 64 and 66 degrees.
Frames will be available at the end of May priced at £2,395 for gloss white and £2,495 for anodised black. Both come with a Fox DHX RC4 shock.
MBUK magazine will have a full review of the Evil Revolt soon. For more information, visit UK distributor Silverfish.
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