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GRAVEL IS DEAD: Dain Zaffke’s Evil Chamois Hagar
Am I the only one here that cringes every time I hear the word gravel? It’s been a common word in my world for a few years now, and believe me, I hear the word a lot… but I just can’t embrace it. The word gravel still brings to mind all-day slogs across flat/windblown prairies on the type of surface that’s devoid of traction yet still slowly and steadily saps your spirit. In other words: somehow, somewhere it firmly lodged in my brain that “gravel” is the antithesis of “fun.”
Donate to SORA and Win Either a MTB or a Gravel Bike from EVIL and Grinduro California!
Grinduro just announced the “Great Grinduro Giveaway” campaign supporting the Siskiyou Outdoor Recreation Alliance. All you’ve got to do is donate $5 to SORA’s Siskiyou Stewardship Fund to be entered to win a gravel or MTB package from EVIL Bikes plus other goodies from the Grinduro partners. Read on more below…
Dave Weagle on the Evil Bikes Chamois Hagar
Yesterday’s post was a hoot! Evil really created a divisive bike! While our comments were pretty calm, our Instagram got out of hand! A friend sent me this post yesterday and I thought I’d share it for those looking for more insight on this bike!
“The Chamois Hagar is an outlier though. I hated my previous road bikes. Too sketchy, twitchy, felt like an accident waiting to happen. So, around the spring of 2015, I came up with some geometry and specs to make a “road” bike that riders like me would immediately understand and be able to ride.”
If you’re curious about who designed the Chamois Hagar, then head to Dave’s Instagram!
Evil’s Chamois Hagar Gravel Monster is Here!
With what is the most unique profile in the drop bar universe, the Evil Bikes Chamois Hagar really shook y’all when we posted it during our Grinduro 2019 coverage. Well, this bike is now in stock at Evil and we’re all impressed at the brand’s bold move. There’s a lot to unfold here, so read on below.
Evil Bikes: Following MB
Evil dubs their new Following as “not lower, not slacker, just slightly longer.”