Daily Rental: $89
Price: Starting at $5799
Evil Offering V2 Description
One of the original 29er trail rippers, the new Evil Offering V2 mountain bike has been updated to be even more ready and more shreddy, no matter where you point it. The new Offering isn’t so much a redesign as it is a refinement of an already outstanding 29er trail bike – one that Bike Magazine called one of their favorites when they tested it right here in Hurricane for their 2019 Bible of Bike Tests. Evil says it has, “fierce DH capability, an Enduro heart, and diabolical cornering powers.” We think the Evil Offering V2 is a great mountain bike for nearly everything Southern Utah has to offer – from long desert cruisers to technical shuttle trails like Grafton Mesa.
If you liked the feel of the original Offering, you’ll be perfectly at home on the V2. The reach has been increased by 7mm (medium frame size) and it’s a tad slacker at 65.8 degrees (X-Low flip-chip position with a 150mm fork). It still has 140mm of rear-wheel travel but the fork length has been increased from 140mm to 150mm; and if you want to turn it up to 11, the new Offering can handle a 160mm fork, as well. That slacks the bike out to 65.3 degrees in the X-Low position. For riders who like the Offering platform but want something slacker and more enduro/DH focused, Evil has an aftermarket angleset that offers four more geometry positions.
Other changes on the new Evil Offering are wider pivot hardware and a SuperBoost rear end for increased stiffness. The wider rear also means the Offering can fit 2.6-inch rear tires, something we’re a big fan of for Southern Utah slickrock trails.
Our Offering V2 page wouldn’t be complete if we failed to mention the DELTA suspension system. DELTA stands for “Dave’s Extra Legitimate Travel Apparatus.” That’s Dave Weagle, the same Dave responsible for the DW Link, one of the most revered suspension systems ever used on a mountain bike. The DELTA system is a variation on the single-pivot suspension. It’s laterally stiff, poppy and tuned for a progressive ramp at the end of the stroke. Translation – the DELTA suspension makes the Offering V2 super playful bike that can handle big hits and pedal for days. Learn more about the DELTA suspension system, here.
The Evil Offering V2 29er is a very well-rounded and capable mountain bike – a bike we’d happily take to any of Hurricane’s classic mesa trails as well as the Brian Head bike park. There’s not much it can’t handle.
The bike in the photos is a one-off custom Evil Offering bike build. Our standard Evil Offering V2 rental bike build has a SRAM Eagle GX 1x drivetrain with RockShox suspension and an Industry Nine Enduro S Hydra wheelset. It’s a great build that balances price, performance and durability. Our rental bikes are almost always for sale with the price adjusted for the number of days they’ve been used. If you want a different build than the standard GX, just let us know. We can build a bike to your exact specifications, order you one of Evil’s standard build kits (see the pricing section below) or, possibly, make some upgrades on one of our rental bikes.
*Price and specs subject to change.
Evil Offering V2 Specs
The specs below are for our standard Evil Offering V2 GX I9 rental bike build kits. If you’d like a different build, just let us know. We’d love to help you create your very own one-of-a-kind custom Evil Offering!
|Drivetrain:||SRAM GX Eagle, 12-speed|
|Wheels:||Industry Nine Enduro S Hydra|
|Tires:||Maxxis Minion DHF EXO TR 2.5 & DHR EXO TR 2.3|
|Frame:||140mm-travel UD carbon with internal routing, integrated chain guide & 157 rear spacing|
|Fork:||150mm Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate RC2 Debonair with 42mm Offset|
|Shock:||Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair|
|Brakes:||SRAM G2 RS disc brakes with 200mm front and 180mm rear rotor|
|Stem:||Evil 12 Gauge, 35mm|
|Handlebar:||810mm Evil Boomstick 7075 Alloy|
|Seatpost:||OneUp V2 Dropper Post|
|Saddle:||WTB Volt Pro|
|Headset:||Cane Creek 40 Series ZS 57/68|
|All specifications subject to change.|
Evil Offering V2 Geometry
The geometry numbers below are from a 2021 Evil Offering V2 with a 150mm fork and the standard headset.
|Size||SM (14″/ 355mm)||MD (15.5″/ 390mm)||LG (17.0″/ 425mm)||XL (18.5″/ 465mm)|
|Head Angle (Low/X-Low)||66.4°/65.8°||66.4°/65.8°||66.4°/65.8°||66.4°/65.8°|
|Seat Angle (Low/X-Low)||77°/76°||77°/76°||77°/76°||77°/76°|
|Virtual TT||23.4 in. / 594mm||24.3 in. / 617mm||25.2 in. / 639mm||26.0 in. / 661mm|
|Seat Tube Length||14.0 in. / 355mm||15.4 in. / 390mm||16.7 in. / 425mm||18.3 in. / 465mm|
|Head Tube Length||3.7 in. / 95mm||4.1 in. / 105mm||4.5 in. / 115mm||4.9 in. / 125mm|
|Bottom-Bracket Height (Low)||13.7 in. / 347mm||13.7 in. / 347mm||13.7 in. / 347mm||13.7 in. / 347mm|
|Bottom-Bracket Height (X-Low)||13.3 in. / 339mm||13.3 in. / 339mm||13.3 in. / 339mm||13.3 in. / 339mm|
|Chainstay Length (Low)||16.9 in. / 430mm||16.9 in. / 430mm||16.9 in. / 430mm||16.9 in. / 430mm|
|Chainstay Length (X-Low)||17.0 in. / 432mm||17.0 in. / 432mm||17.0 in. / 432mm||17.0 in. / 432mm|
|Stack||24.1 in. / 613mm||24.5 in. / 622mm||24.9 in. / 632mm||25.2 in. / 641mm|
|Reach||17.4 in. / 448mm||18.5 in. / 469mm||19.3 in. / 491mm||20.2 in. / 512mm|
|Standover||26.5 in. / 672mm||26.9 in. / 684mm||27.4 in. / 695mm||27.8 in. / 706mm|
|Offset||1.7 in. / 42mm||1.7 in. / 42mm||1.7 in. / 42mm||1.7 in. / 42mm|
|Wheelbase (Low)||46.5 in. / 1180mm||47.5 in. / 1205mm||48.5 in. / 1231mm||49.5 in. / 1256mm|
|Wheelbase (X-Low)||46.5 in. / 1181mm||47.5 in. / 1207mm||48.5 in. / 1232mm||49.5 in. / 1257mm|
Evil Offering V2 Pricing
The prices and specs below are for Evil’s standard 2021 Wreckoning build kits. If you’ve got something more specific in mind, we’ll happily help you spec out an Evil Wreckoning with pretty much any parts you want. Custom bikes are our jam! If you have any questions or want to talk about building your very own custom Evil Offering V2, give us a call: (435)635-5455
|GX I9 Hydra||Carbon||SRAM Eagle GX 1×12||Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate RC2 Debonair||Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair||Industry Nine Enduro S Hydra||$5,799|
|XO1 I9 Hydra||Carbon||SRAM Eagle XO1 1×12||Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate RC2 Debonair||Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair||Industry Nine Enduro S Hydra||$7,399|
|XTR I9 Hydra||Carbon||Shimano XTR 1×12||Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate RC2 Debonair||Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair||Industry Nine Enduro S Hydra||$7,899|
|AXS I9 Hydra||Carbon||SRAM Eagle AXS XO1 1×12||Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate RC2 Debonair||Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Debonair||Industry Nine Enduro S Hydra||$8,099|
*Prices and specs subject to change.