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    Epic EVO


    Epic EVO

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    Remember when cross country didn’t always involve a starting gun? So do we.

    And, while it’ll never turn down a number plate, Epic EVO is well-acquainted with the fact that the next ridgeline makes a perfectly good finish line too, offering an incredible combination of pedaling efficiency and impressive trail-taming capability to get you there faster.

    While the Epic EVO sees a seemingly modest 20-millimeter increase in suspension travel up front over its Epic stablemate and just 10-millimeters out back, we’ve worked overtime to make sure it’s been implemented in a way that’ll have you saying ‘Whoa!’ as soon as you hit your first stretch of singletrack.

    Meticulously engineered to retain as much of the Epic’s standard-setting efficiency as possible, the EVO’s new suspension kinematics work in concert with our Rx XC shock tune to ensure you're able to make the absolute most out of every inch of travel on tap, while still offering increased anti-squat characteristics for improved pedaling efficiency.

    With plenty of practice at staying ahead of the curve, the Epic EVO now lays claim to the most capable iteration of our Progressive XC Geometry ever to grace an Epic. It’s also more versatile than ever thanks to a new flip chip-equipped rear end that allows riders to adjust headtube angle and bottom bracket height to easily customize the Epic EVO’s handling characteristics.

    Epic EVO’s flyweight FACT 11m carbon frame features heavy-hitting SRAM components and RockShox suspension for a package tailor-made for making miles disappear faster than ever.

    Technical Specifications

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    Bottom Bracket

    SRAM DUB, BSA 73mm, Threaded


    SRAM NX Eagle, 12-speed, 11-50t

    Rear Derailleur

    SRAM NX Eagle, 12-speed

    Shift Levers

    SRAM NX Eagle, trigger, 12-speed


    SRAM SX Eagle, 12-speed


    SRAM X1000 Eagle, DUB, 170/175mm 32T

    Wheels & Tires

    Rear Hub

    Specialized alloy, sealed cartridge bearings, 6-bolt, 148mmx12mm thru-axle, 28h


    Specialized Alloy, Tubeless Ready, 29mm internal width, 28h

    Front Tire

    Specialized Ground Control, GRID Casing, T7 Compound, 29x2.35

    Rear Tire

    Specialized Ground Control, GRID Casing, T7 Compound, 29x2.35

    Front Hub

    Specialized alloy, sealed cardridge bearings, 6-bolt, 15x110mm thru-axle, 28h


    Stainless, 14g

    Inner Tubes

    Standard, Presta valve



    Body Geometry Power Sport, steel rails


    Specialized Alloy, 20mm rise, 31.8mm, 760mm wide


    Specialized Trail Grips


    Specialized, 3D-forged alloy, 4-bolt, 7-degree rise


    TranzX Dropper, 30.9mm, XS-SM: 100mm, M: 125mm, L-XL: 150mm



    FACT 11m Full Carbon, Progressive XC Geometry, Rider-First Engineered™, threaded BB, 12x148mm rear spacing, internal cable routing, 110mm of travel

    Seat Binder

    Specialized Alloy, 34.9mm



    RockShox Reba RL, Motion Control damper, Solo Air, 42mm offset, 15x110mm thru-axle, 120mm of travel

    Rear Shock

    RockShox DELUXE Select+, Rx XC Tune, Two Position, Rebound Adjust, 190x40mm


    Front Brake

    SRAM Level T hydraulic disc, 2-Piston Caliper, 180mm rotor

    Rear Brake

    SRAM Level T hydraulic disc, 2-Piston Caliper, 180mm rotor



    12.72kg (28 lb, .7 oz)

    Weight Size


    * Weights based on production painted frames as pictured. Actual weights will vary based on colorway, frame size, and component variation. Specifications are subject to change without notice.


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    Crank Length165mm170mm175mm175mm175mm
    Handlebar Width760mm760mm760mm760mm760mm
    Stem Length60mm60mm60mm60mm60mm
    Saddle Width155mm155mm143mm143mm143mm
    Seatpost Length100mm125mm125mm150mm150mm
    BB Height336mm336mm336mm326mm336mm
    Chainstay Length438mm438mm438mm438mm438mm
    Seat Tube Length470mm375mm400mm520mm430mm
    BB Drop36mm36mm36mm36mm46mm
    Fork Length, Full530mm530mm530mm530mm530mm
    Seat Tube Angle74.5°74.5°74.5°75.5°74.8°
    Bike Standover Height779mm781mm793mm804mm760mm
    Fork Rake/Offset44mm44mm44mm44mm44mm
    Head Tube Length95mm100mm115mm135mm95mm
    Top Tube Length, Horizontal567mm602mm629mm659mm536mm
    Front Center697mm729mm759mm792mm672mm
    Head Tube Angle66.5°66.5°66.5°66.5°66.5°

    Rider Reviews

    • 4.8
    • 4 Reviews



    Would Recommend?

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    Rafael I.


    Excellent bike. did 100 miles on this bike

    Excellent bike. I am dialed in on the bike. did 100 miles race to the sun. I could have gone further than the finish line. light weight and fast. I can only criticize the small chain ring 32T is too small at some areas I was just spinning without acceleration; however chain ring can easily be upgraded. The wheelbase is excellent it easily rolls over obstacles.

    Would Recommend?

    Eric M.


    Rides like magic but heavier than expected & NX sucks

    Riding as first full suspension bike, has enabled riding things I wouldn't have contemplated tackling before. Barely use the rear lockout while climbing, and front/rear balance is A+ once shocks properly tuned. Cross shopped w. Canyon Lux, SC Blur, Orbea Oiz, and am very satisfied with this frameset for this price. One down side is total weight, at 12.2kg (L). Tires 880g ea., with 200g tubes, 340g bar. Swapouts saved 800g for ~$150, & could prob' go much lighter w. cassette & ditching drop-post (find I use it less than on my hardtail). Gradually getting used to SRAM Eagle NX clunky shifting after lifetime of Shimano XT, so will likely swap at some point. Overall very pleased w. frame & handling. Just wish they would've put some lighter parts on it from the get-go. But, at least I can replace components as they wear out (or as I can afford!)

    Would Recommend?