> Thanks to James at Suspensionwerx myself, and Dave were given the opportunity to try a couple different shocks that might be considered upgrades to the somewhat “standard” Fox DHX 5.0 shocks that came on our rigs. Both of our bikes feel great already! How might we improve the way they feel? My Evil Revolt and Dave’s Santa Cruz V10 and probably some of the best downhill bikes one could buy. So why not take the opportunity to better whats best?
Dave replaced his DHX 5.0 with Elka’s stage 5 shock. For those that don’t know, Elka is the Canadian equivalent to Fox, making aftermarket shocks for dirt bikes, snowmobiles, ATV’s and more! The Stage 5 offers both high and low speed compression adjustments, as well as rebound adjust. Simpler than Fox’s RC4 the Elka does not offer an adjustable … Read More »
>Steed Cycles will proudly present to you the Evil brand of bicycles for 2009! We should be seeing bikes in and around the month of April. Speculative pricing for a Revolt frame would be $3299.99 CAD. All hardtail frame should be under $1000 CAD.The Revolt will be the first dual-suspension frame available from Evil. It will use their proprietary Delta link suspension system. The frame will allow tunable geometry that will not affect the suspension in anyway. This allows infinite geometry adjustment, without compromising suspension feel, or performance. Canadian talent Steve Smith and Thomas Vanderham will pilot the Revolt, Smith racing the World Cup circuit! and Vanderham flowing the big mountain freeride terrain like we all know he can!
More updates to come! We’ll definitely let you know when we get frames.