Stable and reliable.
We designed our Even Flow model to have a long, low geometry with a low head tube angle, but nothing too extreme. We used a 4-bar link progressive suspension system with high sensitivity at the beginning of the stroke that gets progressively stronger at the end to avoid unwanted bumpers on higher jumps.
Highly efficient on climbing.
With a nearly vertical seat tube angle, excellent anti-squad values, and 29-inch wheels, it offers top pedalling efficiency and a high climbing capacity. Even Flow is ideal both for a wild bikepark day and an epic trip up the mountainside.
The rear stroke can be adjusted between 160 and 145mm, depending on which kind of shock is used. Suspension forks can vary between 150 and 170mm in stroke. This kind of multivalent assembly grants Even Flow the ability to adapt to different terrains or user preferences.
We want any user with a basic knowledge of mechanics to be able to maintain their Even Flow, so we use standard components that do not require special tools: BSA threaded bottom bracket, ZS44-ES44 steerer, industrial bearings, removable coverings to easily replace cables and hoses…