Mason Mashon’s Evil Undead

Photos and Frame Spec on the Carbon Evil DH Bike

During the Monday lull at Crankworx we had a chance to meet up with Mason Mashon and check out his Evil Undead. The carbon reincarnation of Evil’s downhill bike is currently still a prototype, but expect to see production soon enough.

Photos by David Peacock


Mason’s Undead weighs in well under 40lbs with a relatively heavy build. Cam Zink’s build is around 35 lbs.

Frame Features
Full carbon front/rear triangle
Redesigned 7075 double shear Delta linkage with Enduro Spherical bearings
Integrated fork bumper and cable guide
IS brake standard
Removable ISCG05 tab
Integrated headset
Internal headset adjustment via eccentric cups
Integrated removable carbon fender
Integrated removable Downtube protector
Integrated removable Downtube shuttle guard
Rubber chainstay protector


The allure of a carbon bike is definitely performance based, but the looks don’t hurt.


The redesigned 7075 double shear Delta linkage with Enduro Spherical bearings, as designed by DW.


The frame has several integrated guards, one of which goes on the downtube to prevent shuttle scars. Awesome idea!


Integrated fork bumpers are becoming a standard feature.


Is it the ultimate Whistler Bike Park bike?


The logos on the Undead are another interesting feature…


2012 artwork for the Undead. Expect big things.

You can discuss the all new Evil Undead over on Ridemonkey.com in this massive thread.

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  • http://reddit.com/r/mtb Dan

    That looks incredible. Nice job, Evil.

  • Bdizzle

    Hopefully it doesn’t break like every one of there aluminum downhills.

  • el jefe

    @Bdizzle

    Both me and one of my best friends have early Evil Revolts and are still running them with no issues whatsoever. amazing bike.

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