The Offering is Evil’s 140mm travel 29er trail destroyer. While the 160mm Wreckoning is built for all-out thrashing and the 120mm Following offers great versatility, the Offering attains wild levels of downhill capability while keeping slightly more balanced and efficient all-mountain characteristics. Check out what makes the Offering nail the perfect balance between downhill dominance and all-mountain capability: 66.2° Head Angle (65.6° in X-LOW) The head angle on the Offering is slack enough to provide tons of confidence when pointed downhill so you can send it over and through just about anything, while still being able to whip it around like a true trail bike. 76° Seat Tube Angle (75.5° in X-LOW) The 76° seat tube angle keeps you in an efficient pedaling position when it’s time to tackle the climbs, but it still feels like you’re in the bike rather than on it. You get the best of both worlds: maximum control and balance for downhill destruction paired with deadly efficiency everywhere else. Heaps of Travel This build kit pairs the 140mm rear suspension with a 150mm travel fork for insane capability on big terrain. If you like to get airborne and take on the most demanding trails around, you’ll love how well the Offering rides on the big stuff. Superior Suspension Tech You can’t talk about Evil bikes without talking about the legendary DELTA suspension system. It’s ultra-tunable, super supple early in the travel, predictable in the middle, and absolutely bottomless when it needs to be. Plus, the Flip Chip linkages allow you to dial in your ride’s bottom bracket height and head angle depending on your style and mood without changing the geometry. In short, it’s an elite suspension system for an elite bike. Big 29er wheels plus lots of tire and chain clearance means you’re ready to let loose out on the trails. This bike wants to send it at every opportunity and is so capable it erases the mistakes that might cost you on a different bike. If you’re looking for a bike that absolutely throws down on the descents, tears through tight corners, loves to get airborne and holds its own on the climbs, the Offering is too good to pass up.
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