Boundary-pushing geometry, remarkably playful in nature, and above all else - an absolute blast to ride. With a name like Evil, there's no denying that these bikes are fueled by passion and plenty of attitude. Ride one, and you won't be able to wipe that grin off your face. Promise.
A wildly aggressive 29'er, not for the faint of heart. Slack geometry and copius amounts of travel make this bike an all-out destroyer.
Rolling on 27.5" wheels with 150mm travel, the Insurgent is a well-rounded modern trail bike that's not afraid to get rowdy.
The 29'er that changed the way many people think of 29'ers. With 120mm travel, "less-is-more" is the defining trait with the Following.
Fanatik + Evil
We are America's largest and most trusted Evil dealer. Many employees here at Fanatik have been riding Evil bikes for years, and combined, we provide a wealth of knowledge. Our Custom Bike Builder allows you to go through and hand pick exactly what components you want, and if you have any questions along the way, we are here to help.
Shop Articles + Tech
We love to share our experiences with Evil bikes. Check out our blog articles for reviews on Evil bikes, tech tips, and more.
The Evil Lifestyle
Evil's lifestyle apparel lineup includes t-shirts, hoodies, and hats. Lots of designs, style, and colors for men and women!
Bits 'n Bobs
Looking for spare parts for your Evil? Look no further, we've got you covered with a comprehensive selection of parts for current and past Evil bikes. We've even got custom-colored decal kits!
About The Brand
Evil is a fast growing company whose agenda has remained unchanged from the beginning: to have fun on bikes. The company is led by Kevin Walsh, a man of many interests, but whose passion has always landed him in the mountain bike world. He also runs a design and marketing firm in Seattle, dabbles in cider brewing, and plays a mean harmonica. With the huge success of Evil Bikes as of late, it's clear they are doing things right. Their bikes posses a certain x-factor that you can't quite pinpoint, but when you ride an Evil, you realize just how much fun a mountain bike can be.