Carbon fiber itself is gaining more and more popularity and attention, and a good chunk of that can be attributed to the production of carbon fiber bicycles. And the Undead, from Evil Bikes, is no exception.
From what I have read, it seems that Evil Bikes have hit a few bumps in the road, no pun intended. But the owner Kevin has done a diligent job in satisfying unhappy customers. And now Kevin and his team are back at it, with the Undead, a downhill uni-directional bike like no other.
The frame is made from carbon fiber with a matte finish. Utilizing Dave Weagle’s Delta Suspension System the Undead shares a lot of similarities with the company’s Revolt bike. Rather than me trying to re-iterate exactly what Dave Weagle’s Delta Suspension System actually is, you can click here to read all about it directly from the company.
The bike weighs just 10 pounds, 3 pounds lighter than the Revolt, its predecessor. It also features an integrated removable carbon rear fender, a replaceable rear dropout, a rubber chainstay protector and much more. Other specs vary dependent on which size frame you choose and can be found here.
The biggest downfall of this bike is its price, which will cost you a little more than $4,500 for the frame alone. But, we love a good comeback story so kudos to Kevin and co at Evil Bikes! Head over to Silverfish-UK to order yours.
Thanks to Andrew for the tip!