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    Bike Mag has all 25 videos up on their youtube channel. The two bikes they said they couldn't reveal back in the fall are the Norco Sight and Optic. Nothing new from Evil or Transition. Bummer.

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    Actually kinda shocked thereís nothing new from Evil in the Bible, but last year there were multiple Bible tests (YouTube) so thereís still hope.

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    Most evil bikes are sold out, something has to be coming within a month. My plan is to snag the new wreckoning before there is a shortage problem. Come on evil 2020 is here!

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    I don't understand what's wrong with Evil's current offerings (no pun intended) that you all want something else. If you want a Yeti, Santa Cruz, Ibis, or whatever, go buy one!

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    I don't see the problem with my wreckoning lb. The thing is an absolute monster going down gnarly chunk and I don't expect the thing to climb like my xc bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gus6464 View Post
    I don't see the problem with my wreckoning lb. The thing is an absolute monster going down gnarly chunk and I don't expect the thing to climb like my xc bike.

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    I loved the Weckoning as much as you do, but it was a wheelie machine on the climbs. After owning an sb150, ripmo, and offering, the Wreckoning could really benefit from a steeper seat tube angle and longer front center. I just hope they don't go to big, like the new specialized enduro. I also hope they keep the chain stays and wheelbase on the moderate side and maintain the bike park feel evil is know for, and not make into some super long race bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpobanz View Post
    I loved the Weckoning as much as you do, but it was a wheelie machine on the climbs. After owning an sb150, ripmo, and offering, the Wreckoning could really benefit from a steeper seat tube angle and longer front center. I just hope they don't go to big, like the new specialized enduro. I also hope they keep the chain stays and wheelbase on the moderate side and maintain the bike park feel evil is know for, and not make into some super long race bike.
    I've owned an insurgent, Wreckoning, Following MB and Offering. Take the improvements from the offering over to the Wreckoning and I'd buy another. I loved that bike but it was a bit of a dog (heavy) and the ST was an issue. I live in Colorado. Most of our climbs are steep and long. Honestly when visiting places like Moab/AZ where climbs are punchy and shorter, it wasn't much of an issue.

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    The following frames are on closeout now too. New things on the horizon!

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    They are most likely making room for the new frame design

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    It's pretty wild that literally the whole evil MTB catalog except the Offering is currently on closeout. Are they just going to stone cold launch 4 new frames to replace the 4 they're selling off? Just refresh Following and Wreckoning and abandon 27.5? Or is something totally new moving away from the "classic" Evil Delta profile coming?

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    Before Evil had a full lineup, they only had the Following. I bet they introduce something new soon but doubt they will drop multiple bikes all at once. The offering seems like the perfect bike for them as it bridges the missing lineup extremely well.


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    Looks like they are moving from bikes to snowboards.

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    2020 "The Wokening"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmar123 View Post
    2020 "The Wokening"
    This would have to be a bamboo frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbqmike View Post
    This would have to be a bamboo frame
    then it would be called the Brokening

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    Bamboozled


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