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Evil Insurgent V2 - MX 29 X01 build (29" Front & 27.5" Rear) - Buy Now

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ENTER THE INSURGENT

If necessity is the mother of invention, then the pursuit of useless is the father of joy. Because it’s the unnecessary things that make life sing: the berm slash, the millisecond manual you slip between turns, the sloppy scrub, the bar hump to make the crew laugh.

With more travel, 168mm versus 150mm on the Insurgent v1, both iterations of the new Insurgent celebrate the long send. It’s an on-command jump, drift, manual, pop, trail mulching machine. This is a bike built for the shits and giggles that happen when one isn’t timed or judged. So cut the rhetoric. Cut the tape. Cut the corners by clearing them completely, switchback to switchback and back into the future. The Insurgent doesn’t try to win enduro tracks. It shreds them.

The Insurgent is available in both full 27.5” and a mixedwheel 29”/27.5” MX version. Small wheels for the park, jumps, whips, and berms, or MX for increased front wheel traction, steeper lines, heavy slabs and chunder crushing. 27.5” never died. It just quit caring what people think. Enter the Insurgent.

Evil Insurgent Size Chart:

SizeHeight (cm )Height (ft and in)
Small 160 -173 5ft3 - 5ft8
Medium 173-183 5ft8 - 6ft
Large 183-193 6ft - 6ft4
XL 193+ 6ft4+

MIXED WHEEL SIZE BUILD

Designed for enduro, downhill racing and aggressive trail riding, the Insurgent MX is a mixed 29” x 27.5” wheel build that boasts increased front wheel traction and small wheel flick-ability.

GET UP TO GET DOWN

With a steep 76.9° seat angle and supportive DELTA System suspension platform, the Insurgent MX is your own self-shuttle-rig making it easy to get up to get down.

INCREASED REAR TRAVEL

The Insurgent MX moves up to 168mm rear travel and is designed around 170mm 29” single crown forks to eat up the roughest trail sections and enduro segments.

STRETCHED OUT FOR SPEED

Looking for stability at high speeds? The slightly longer wheelbase of the Insurgent MX places the rider into a comfortable and confident body position to rule the steeps and all out speed.

Key Features

Dare we say the best of both wheel sizes? The 29” front wheel provides the ultimate in upfront handling and monster truck capabilities while maintaining the corner slap-ability of the 27.5” rear wheel. Enduro racer or aggressive trail rider with a taste for the steeps? This is for you.


LONGER TRAVEL

168mm of rear wheel travel paired with a 180mm (27.5) or 170mm (MX 29) fork for crushing trail, floating over rough stuff, and not being afraid to let go of the brakes when a rock garden rises out of the earth.

CLIMB-FRIENDLY GEOMETRY

Because climbing still matters to most riders, a steeper 78.2° seat tube angle makes for an upright position and longer reach. Designed for a 44mm offset fork with 180mm travel (27.5) and 44mm offset fork with 170mm travel (MX 29).

SUPER BOOST SPACING

Why? Strong. Firm. Burly. Pick your poison. Super Boost is simply stiffer in all the right places with the added benefit of increased tire clearance. The Insurgent is designed to accommodate up to a 27.5” x 2.6” rear tire.

LONGER. SLACKER. FAST AF.

Longer reach means a more centered and confident body position for when the going gets fast. Head tube angle of 64.7° X-LOW (27.5) and 63.5° X-LOW (MX 29).

WHEELIE SHORT CHAIN STAYS

Make bikes shred again. Short 430mm chain stays mean wheelies for days and manuals for months. Because when the front wheel is off the ground, the fun meter is red lining. Usually.

WIDER MAIN PIVOT. LARGER HARDWARE.

Super Boost rear axle spacing allowed us to widen the main pivot hardware. The increased stiffness and strength means you can flex on your riding partners instead of your bike.

STAY QUIET. STAY DEADLY

Sound Mounds are a key feature to our sound-canceling chainstay protector. Stop that cringe-inducing chain slap that makes other riders not call you back.

DIRECT INJECTION CHAIN GUIDE

A chain that stays in line stays on the ring. Evil’s integrated chain guide is indexed for 30/32/34/36 chain rings and features built-in silencing rubber to keep it quiet on trail.

TRUNNION MOUNTS

Suspension is more than just a shock. The way the shock moves throughout the stroke is critical to the smoothness of the travel. With Evil’s trunnion mount, the rear shock is actuated via dual row angular contact bearings and the shock feels buttery smooth off the top.

FRAME:
Insurgent 168mm of travel, UD Carbon, Full Internal Cable Routing, SB+ 157mm Rear Spacing, Integrated Chain Guide, Threaded BB
SHOCK:
RockShox Super Deluxe Coil Ultimate, Trunnion 205x65, ML 320, Lower Shock Hardware: 8mm x 20mm
HEADSET:
Works Components 1° ZS44/ZS62 Integrated Angle Headset
HEADSET SPACERS:
Poly Spacers 5mm black
FORK:
RockShox ZEB Ultimate 29, Charger 2.1 RC2, 170mm Travel, 44mm Offset
HANDLEBAR:
Evil Boomstick Carbon Bar, Backsweep: 8°, Upsweep: 5° Clamp:35mm, Rise: 35mm, Width: 810mm
STEM:
Evil 12 Gauge, Clamp: 35mm, Length: 35mm
GRIPS:
Evil Palmela Handerson Lock-On
BRAKES:
SRAM CODE RSC
ROTOR - FRONT:
SRAM CODE RSC
ROTOR - REAR:
SRAM Center Line, 180mm
SHIFTER:
SRAM X01 Eagle, 12sp
REAR DERAILLEUR:
SRAM X01 Eagle, 12sp
CASSETTE:
SRAM XG-1295-B1 Eagle, 10-52T, 10,12,14,16,18,21,24,28,32, 36,42,52
CHAIN:
SRAM X01 Eagle w/Powerlock
CRANKSET:
SRAM X01 Eagle DUB, SUPERBOOST+, 170mm, Direct Mount 32t, 56.5mm Chainline, Lunar
BOTTOM BRACKET:
SRAM DUB 73mm BSA
WHEELSET FRONT:
Industry Nine Enduro S Hydra Diameter: 29”, Internal Width: 30.5mm, Hub: 110x15mm
WHEELSET REAR:
Industry Nine Enduro S Hydra Diameter: 27.5”, Internal Width: 30.5mm, Hub: 157x12mm
TYRE - FRONT:
Maxxis Minion DHF EXO TR, 29x2.5
TYRE REAR:
Maxxis Minion DHF EXO TR, 27.5x2.3
TUBES:
Stan’s No Tubes Tubeless Sealant
SEATPOST:
Bike Yoke Revive, 30.9, S:125mm, M: 160mm,L/XL: 185mm
SADDLE:
WTB Volt Medium (142mm) Width Chromoly Saddle
Availability:
Please see table above
Please Note:
Evil reserve the right to make changes to the product information contained on this site at any time without notice, including with respect to equipment, specifications, models, colours, and materials.

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United Kingdom: New Bike Orders

Due to the current environment, our current delivery timescale for bikes in stock is: 7-15 working days.

As always once an order is placed we will liaise with you to keep you informed on the delivery of your new bike and with all new orders we will do our best to complete them in a shorter timeframe where possible. As with all things, at the momen this is subject to change but please be assured will do our best, to keep you as up to date as possible, at all times.

Delivery is between 1-5 days and is FREE on orders over £60 and £2.99 for any orders under £60. All products bought in the UK are subject to 20% tax (VAT).


International Orders

If you are a customer who would like to purchase a bike from outside the UK. Please contact us before you place the order to see if this is going to be possible.

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Here at MTB Monster we ship bikes and parts internationally via DHL. The service provided by DHL is both tracked and insured to provide you with peace of mind.

Delivery Costs - All our delivery prices depend on the size and weight of the items being sent in the post. For this information please use the guide below which calculates the delivery costs for all of the items in your shopping basket.

Tax Costs - If you live within the European single market you are subject to UK product tax. However, if your country is not part of the European single market (for example: USA /Australia) you are not subject to UK product tax and this tax will be removed at the checkout. 

Delivery Times - The amount of time our products will take to get to you will vary from country to country.

At MTB Monster we want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. We have systems in place to ensure your products are correctly assembled and checked prior to delivery by our fully trained staff. All our products including bikes are very carefully packaged to prevent damage in transit, so it is unlikely that you will have any problems.

However, on occasion things can go wrong and if your purchase isn’t suitable for whatever reason you can find out below what can be done. Section 1 takes you through the returns process and section 2 advises you on what to do if you have a warranty issue.

 

Section 1 – RETURNS

What if my bike has arrived damaged or faulty?

If your bike is faulty or damaged on delivery you must inform us by completing a Warranty Form within 48 hours of the bike being delivered. Please complete the form in full. 

If it is a minor issue that you feel can be solved easily please contact us within 48 hours and we will be in touch as soon as possible to assist. Please note MTB Monster will not pay out any compensation or cover any cost of repairs no matter how minor without prior agreement. If you bike lands with any issues you must contact us first in order to potentially be supported. We cannot be held responsible if you have taken your item to another store and they have performed substandard repairs.

What is covered?

  • Manufacturing faults.
  • Damage in transit.

What is not Covered?

  • Items that have been damaged in a crash.
  • Items that have not been installed properly (e.g. stripped pedal threads).
  • Items that have been modified by the customer
  • Compensation for time off the bike whilst repairs are taking place.

 

What if my bike has been delivered and I no longer want it?

If you purchase a bike and change your mind you must contact us within 7 days of delivery and express your intention to return your bike. Items must then be returned within 28 days of purchase.

Unwanted bikes must be returned unused, undamaged and in the original packaging (this excludes Special Orders and Custom Builds). You can either mail the bike back to us yourself or we can collect it via courier. Collecting a bike will cost you £50 for UK customers (this will be deducted from your refund amount)

For non-UK residents we will advise the return cost based on your address. We will endeavour to do this in the most cost-effective way possible for you but can make no guarantees of the costs involved. Contact us to arrange this with a member of our team.

If you decide to return the bike yourself, please make sure you get a proof of return as we cannot be held responsible for the goods lost or damaged in transit.

No refunds can be made until the goods are received and checked by our team so there may be a slight delay in processing your return.

Please see the exceptions to this returns policy outlined below.

What if I have custom build mountain bike?

When ordering a Custom Mountain Bike, you will be liaising at length with a member of our team to ensure the full specification is agreed and signed off by both parties in writing. Once agreed a non- refundable 50% deposit is taken so the build can commence. Changes to specification can be made along the way through discussions with the member of staff involved with your project and so your total build cost can fluctuate, this is no problem, however, if you decide to cancel the build completely you will lose your deposit. If the reason for the cancellation is unexpected we may be able to release some of the components to the value of your deposit back to yourself, this will be at the discretion of the shop manager.

 

Special order Bikes & Frames?

The following special orders are non-refundable items:

  • All bike frame orders are specifically ordered for you and therefore cannot be refunded.
  • All bikes / frames that are modified from the point of purchase are classified as a special order. For example, if you have selected specific parts to be fitted to your bike, have upgraded parts direct from the manufacturer such as rear shocks or have agreed to have an Invisi Kit fitted this would be classed as a special order.
  • Another reason your bike may be classed as a ‘special order' could be if you are ordering a bike that is not from our normal stock, for example if it is a particularly big or small size that we do not normally carry. 

 

You will always be informed in writing if your purchase falls under a ‘special order’ category and if for any reason after receiving the email you decide you do not want to proceed you will have 24 hours to cancel and still get any paid monies returned. 

 

What if I am a non-UK resident and I want to return my purchase?

If you need to return your bike from overseas, please contact us and we will discuss the most cost-effective way of shipping your bike. The returns policy remains the same as for UK customers, only the cost of returning an unwanted bike will differ and will be calculated on an individual basis.

 

What if my non-bike product has been delivered and I have changed my mind?

Items must be returned within 7 days of purchase.

Items must:

  • Be returned in the package they arrived in.
  • Be returned undamaged and unused.
  • Be returned in a resealable condition.
  • Include your contact details inside the box

Posting fees will not be covered by MTB Monster LTD.

 

Where do I return my items to?

MTB MONSTER LIMITED

Returns Department

Unit 4A Fairfield Business Park,

Longsight Road, 

Clayton Le Dale, 

Lancashire, BB2 7JA

All items must be inspected before they are refunded or replaced, and this can take up to 7 working days from being received. If you have any queries, please contact us.

Please Note – In purchasing from MTB Monster you are aware that if for any reason you need to return your bike it is your responsibility to obtain the necessary packaging and wrap the bike so that it is secure during transit. We advise you keep your original packaging in case it is needed again. If you are unsure for any reason on how to do this please contact us for advise.

 

Section 2 - WARRANTY

 

I have a warranty issue what do I do?

If you find yourself needing to return an item for a warranty inspection, you can fill in our warranty form here. This mailbox is checked regularly by a member of our mechanics team so you can be sure of a timely response. We will support you throughout the warranty process by generating returns where needed and liaising directly with the manufacturers on your behalf. You will be kept informed at every stage until your warranty is complete.

If an item is to be returned as a potential warranty issue, we will always do our very best to advise you as to our thoughts on the outcome of the inspection in advance. It is important to be aware that if an item is declined warranty by the manufacturer then you will be charged the return postage and any other costs involved. Please be aware that it is not MTB Monster Limited who determine if an item is warranty, this decision lies with the manufacturer themselves and we have no control over it.


Although we may need to have the product returned to MTB Monster Limited for inspection by a mechanic, most component warranties can be processed by your local authorised service centre. This can reduce the time taken to get the warranty processed while also saving any costs involved sending an item back to us. 

Please Note: If you choose to use a shop local to yourself to have warranty work carried out, any warranty parts will normally be replaced free of charge by the manufacturer (check with the shop first). However, MTB Monster Limited will not contribute in any way to the costs involved in the labour part of the warranty or any investigational work carried out by another bike shop. If you choose to use a local shop they will charge you for labour & postage expenses as a result of the warranty work. Please be aware if you choose to use a local bike shop MTB Monster are not involved in the warranty work and have no influence on decisions or timescales made by the shop or manufacturer and MTB Monster are not liable for the work carried out by another shop. It is your responsibility to check that the shop is a authorised dealer of the brand in question and is suitabley qualified to carry out the work.

Any potential warranty issue that does need to be returned it is done so at the expense of the customer. A collection can be made through MTB Monster at a charge of £50. We will request photos of the condition of the bike prior to collection so that in the unlikely event any damage occurs in transit this is easily identified.

What is covered under warranty?

Most bikes and components are covered under warranty by the manufacturer.

Component warranties usually vary from 6 months to 3 years, these are specific to the manufacturer and details can be found in the product manuals or, on the manufacturer’s website. Bosch systems for electric bikes have a 2-year warranty.

Frames are usually warrantied for approximately 2-5 years and often lifetime warranties are offered if frames are registered. If this is offered, you can do this by visiting the manufacturers website and registering your bike after you have purchased the bike.  This timeframe of warranty is determined by the manufacturer. To view the details of a brands specific bike frame warranties, please choose a brand from the list below to be directed to their website where you can view up to date information, if you have any questions, or have an issue with the link below please contact us

To view the details of a brands specific bike frame warranty, please choose a brand from below for more information:

 

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Below is a list of scenarios that are not covered under warranty, this list is not exhaustive but highlights the main situations when warranty is not applicable:

  • Stripped pedal threads. When you receive your new bike, you will need to fit the pedals make sure you take your time and ensure you have the right pedal for each crank arm. Do not continue to thread a pedal if it is not going in easily. 
  • Misuse of a bike
  • Damage from causes apart from defects in material. E.g., if damage is caused by crashing your bike, it will not be covered under warranty.
  • Normal wear and tear. Components may show signs of wear and tear in less than two years depending on amount of use, type of use etc. Some components can be expected to reach the end of their normal lifespan within this timeframe.
  • Damage to products which have been improperly installed or repaired.
  • Products that have been modified, neglected or poorly maintained.
  • Electric bikes that have been derestricted; this will be evident upon diagnostics testing
  • Compensation for any inconvenience caused (such as time & traveling expenses) which can be associated to the repair or warranty of a bike. Additionally we would not cover the costs incurred if you choose to hire a bike whilst waiting for an investigation / resolution to take place
  • Riding the bike in a manner in which it was not intended for.

Ultimately whether or not an item is covered under warranty, is down to the individual manufacturer