Paul's Evil Calling

Posted by Chris Dalziel on

Paul came to us looking for a light weight, well rounded trail bike. Nimble through corners yet still capable of holding its own when the going gets rough. Our answer, the Evil Calling.

With a playful single pivot suspension design and 131mm rear travel on 27.5” wheels this bike is immense amounts of fun to ride. Paul opted for a Sram themed build with great care taken to make sure no detail was missed.

Kitted out with a X01 Eagle drivetrain excluding cranks which were upgraded to the top of the line XX1 carbons to fit the light weight bill. Keeping with the high end and light theme a set of stealthy DT Swiss XMC30 carbon wheels were bolted on.

Handlebars can make a huge difference to the feeling of any bike as they channel the trail impacts back to our upper body. Therefore Paul went for the carbon Chromag BZA Bar. Quality where it counts matched with a Chromag stem.

All said and done we are left with an exceptionally lively trail bike, in performance and colour. Just 12.2kg without pedals! This Evil Calling is begging to get ridden, popping off roots and railing corners. Enjoy the ride Paul!

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