The e-bike is available in four sizes: small, medium, large, and extra-large. As for its color, Evil Bikes describes it as Wasabi Shadow. Epocalypse cruises on a carbon frame and features Rockshox suspension with 170 mm (6.7”) in the front and 166 mm (6.5”) in the back, with the latter being adjustable via the manufacturer’s proprietary Delta system.
Epocalypse has its cables internally routed and comes with Shimano XT BR-M8120, 4-piston disc brakes both in the front and rear, with 203 mm (7.9”) rotors. As already mentioned, the eMTB is equipped with 29” wheels wrapped in Maxxis Minion 29 x 2.5 WT tires.
The Shimano EP8 motor offers two power profiles, one for maximum watts and the other designed to conserve power. Epocalypse is powered by a 630Wh Shimano BT-E8036 battery that is integrated into the downtube. Evil Bikes doesn’t mention anything about the bike’s range capabilities.
If you want to create a more custom riding experience, you can access more settings in the Shimano E-Tube Project mobile app.
Evil Bikes’ Epocalypse is priced at around $12,000. You can see it in action in the video below.