The big news is the Offering’s steeper seat angle compared to Evil’s previous models – with a 140mm fork it sits at 77-degrees, a number that taller riders will be especially happy to see. It’s also possible to run the Offering with a 150 or even a 160mm fork depending what type of terrain a rider is planning on tackling.
• Wheelsize: 29″
• Travel: 140mm
• Carbon frame
• Head angle: 65.6° – 66.6° depending on fork, geo setting
• Integrated chain guide
• Clearance for 2.6″ tire
• Price: $5,699 – $7,399, Frame only: $3,099 USD
The reach on a size large is 482mm, right in line with the most modern bikes currently hitting the market. There’s also room to run up to a 2.6″ tire, and two drain ports have been added near the lower shock mount to give all that loam somewhere to go during those sloppy rides. And yes, there’s room to mount a water bottle cage inside the front triangle. Phew.
The frame only is priced at $3,099 USD, with complete bikes starting at $5,699. Want to go with a coil shock? Evil offer a Push 11.6 upgrade option that adds $900 to the final price.