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evil-bikes mikekazimer's article
Sep 30, 2018 at 11:29
Sep 30, 2018
Evil Releases New 140mm 29er - The Offering
Well going back that far... you received a frame for that project as well.
evil-bikes mikekazimer's article
Sep 30, 2018 at 10:19
Sep 30, 2018
Evil Releases New 140mm 29er - The Offering
Hold on there Jasper. I think things are being taken a bit too far. From someone who worked on the Calling Project, we need to set the record straight. While the filming part of the project went pretty smoothly, leading up to the edit, you really started pumping up your work... You described the initial edit as “some real Scorcese sh*t” but when we watched it, the edit was full of issues. From continuity errors to just bad cuts that made no sense. We gave you feedback but you just wouldn’t make the changes. In fact we went through three sets of revisions and you wouldn’t listen to what we wanted. You even leaked the video to a competing brand in an effort to validate your work. You left us no choice but to move ahead and finish the project without you. Despite your inability to take constructive feedback from your client and finish the project we gave you a brand new bike frame. The other filmer on the project, who stuck it out, was paid in full with a complete bike. And not to mention that we had to pay another editor to finish your work. In fact, if you believe so strongly in your work why don't we have a video-cage-match with your “Scorsese” cut against our final professional edit. I’m sure the PB public would love to see that play out. The long and short of it is that you just failed to complete the work. And despite us having to pay other people to finish - you still got paid too. So we square. I’m not sure where all this started up for you. Since we posted the first Kyle Norbraten Wreckoning LB edit you’ve been hammering some of us with emails and trolling us on social media. And lately you’ve taken this to new levels with 4 or 5 sh*t talking emails per day late this week and now this thread on PinkBike? We get it haters gotta hate, but there are always two sides to every story. We were never anything but respectful to you. In creative services you have to remember that the client is always right. You aren’t making some film school art project you’re making a commercial video that is designed to highlight the specific attributes of the bike. If you can’t accomplish the ask, you will be replaced with someone who can. Sorry but that’s just life. Now I’m sure you’re going to keep chirping but before you go too far, remember what you are trying to do for a career - which usually revolves around filming top secret pre-launch product and riders... and all you’re proving to everyone is that you can’t keep your mouth shut. That said, we appreciate the publicity Pinkbike has given to the launch of the Offering. It’s a rad bike and we hope you like it.
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evil-bikes pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 31, 2014 at 17:23
Oct 31, 2014
Thanks Pinkbike, You Raised $67,645
Brian, Congrats on the big win and thanks for your support! This would have made my mom real happy to see. Let us know when your healed up and ready to ride and Luke Strobel, Mike Metzger and I will personally tune your bike and take you out to break her in. Happy Halloween, Kevin
evil-bikes olivercoutts's photo
Apr 7, 2013 at 14:43
Apr 7, 2013
Hey guys, this is not a frame failure. This is a paint crack that has developed between the aluminum insert and the carbon. Both materials flex at a different rate and it can cause a predictable fracture in the paint around the insert. This is unfortunate, but luckily just a cosmetic issue that has been resolved at the factory. It is safe to ride and any customers with this issue will receive a replacement rear triangle.

Dec 8, 2011 at 13:00
Dec 8, 2011
Hey I was wondering when the undead will be in stores? Or able to buy
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Nov 26, 2011 at 9:43
Nov 26, 2011
May i have the evil contact number please, tried to call but the line aint valid...
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Apr 8, 2011 at 16:52
Apr 8, 2011
Major props for the new undead. Right now it's my favorite bike (from the looks and most likely the performance) of course the chances of me getting my hands on one before 2025 is minimal haha. But still well done Smile
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evil-bikes JulianCoffey's article
Apr 8, 2011 at 11:31
Apr 8, 2011
Evil Undead - Pinkbike's Exclusive First Look
Donch15, Your hired..haha I was actually just writing a summary to many of your points that we will release in our next story which will give some insights into the startup phase of the company and the trials and tribulations of operations, manufacturing and all the magic it takes to get a bike under someones legs. With that said you did it quicker and more eloquently than I could have, so thanks for freeing me up to make some silly zombie graphics today. Ironically what most people don't know is that we built the first Revolt prototypes here in the good old US of A and unfortunately the frame would have cost over 3,700.00 and almost all the tubing and forgings would have been sourced from Asia and sent to the US anyways.. To your point, we developed a proprietary suspension system and a product that landed itself a 2nd place at World Champs and numerous other global victories. We supported grass roots and Worldcup racing from day one and despite the massive factory issues we have had we continue to do that as a small company with very little resources. By all accounts we should have thrown in the towel, but I decided to push through all this bullshit and make good on what we set out to do and give back to all those who have supported us through thick and thin. When life throws you lemons, make lemonade! Donch, looks like you have quite a few press releases to start writing for us...haha Cheers Kevin
Apr 7, 2011 at 16:03
Apr 7, 2011
soo when are u guys going to update ur website with the new undead?
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