Clockwork Evo RS

RRP from: £2,750.00

2017 Clockwork Evo RS Shown in Mountain Mint custom colour
2017 Clockwork Evo RS Shown in Mountain Mint custom colour
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Overview  

Long, lean, mean and keen.

The new Clockwork Evo bridges the gap between the Clockwork 120 and the Crush, firmly hitting a sweet spot for serious minded riders. While we would never say a Clockwork 120 was sedate, the Crush is an aggressive head-banger.  The Clockwork Evo is the hardtail to bridge that gap – fast and furious.

10mm longer in the toptube and a degree slacker in the headangle than the Clockwork 120, the Clockwork Evo gives the cockpit reach and attitude of a fast serious trail bike. The new Evo geometry is also designed around a 130mm travel fork.

The frame features neat external routing that tucks the cables neatly under the top tube, while an internal route for the standard dropper post ensures looping hoses are out of the picture. A 12x142mm bolt-thru rear axle bolsters up the back end, keeping everything steady through the rough stuff.

Trail centre hardtail, or out and out explorer, it’s up to you. But however you choose the ride the Clockwork Evo it will be a more than worthy trail buddy.

The facts

Why the Clockwork Evo RS?

  • Designed in Britain
  • Five year frame warranty
  • Custom butted 6061-T6 aluminium
  • 27.5" wheels
  • RockShox Pike 130mm RCT3 Solo Air Boost Fork
  • Sram X0-1 Carbon 11spd drivetrain
  • Shimano brakes 
  • KS Lev 125mm Internal dropper seatpost 
  • RaceFace finishing kit
  • Designed for covering miles with ease
  • Generous mud clearance

A more aggressive stance than the Clockwrok 120, the Evo is a trail hardtail that delivers. Great geometry topped off with the RockShox Pike fork puts performance firmly at the top of its list.

Specs & Options  

Clockwork Evo RS

SIZES AND COLOURS

Sizes
Colour
Jet Black

Select a frame size to choose colour

Decals

Frame and Fork

6061-T6 Custom Butted OS Aluminium Tube. Wheel Size: 27.5. Rear wheel travel: N/A.

Forks
RockShox Pike 130 RCT3 Solo Air Boost
Swingarms
SRAM Maxle Ultimate 167mm (142mm Hub)
Rear Shocks
N/A
Headsets
Cane Creek 49mm

Drivetrain

Chainsets
SRAM X1 Carbon 30t
Rear Mech
SRAM X0-1 Carbon 11spd
Chains
SRAM PCX1 11spd
Shifters
SRAM GX1 11spd
Cassettes
SRAM PG1150 10-42 11spd
Chain Device
Top Guide Chain Device
Bottom Brackets
SRAM GXP

Wheel and Tyres

Wheelsets
Hope Pro 4 (Black) + Mavic EN627 27.5"
Tyres
Maxxis HR II 2.4 3c TR EXO / HR II 2.3 TR EXO

Braking

Brakes
SRAM Guide R 200mm/180mm

Finishing Kit

Seat Clamps
Strange QR
Stems
Renthal Apex M35 50mm extension
Saddles
SDG Strange Bel Air 2.0
Handlebars
Renthal Fatbar M35 20mm Rise 800mm
Grips
Renthal Ultra Tacky Lock On
Seatposts
KS Lev Integra 125mm drop
Pedals

Accessories

2017 Clockwork Evo Geometry
Clockwork Evo Geometry
6061-T6 Custom Butted Aluminium
Frame Size S M L XL
Seat Tube 16" 17" 18" 20"
A. Head Angle 66° 66° 66° 66°
B. Seat Angle 74° 74° 74° 74°
C. Top Tube 597 614 630 650
D. Effective TT 610 630 650 670
E. BB Height (axle diff) -50 -50 -50 -50
E. BB Height (from ground) 306 306 306 306
F. Chainstay 425 425 425 425
G. Head Tube 100 110 110 120
H. Wheelbase 1156 1178 1198 1224
J. Reach 445 453 473 491
K. Stack 608 618 618 629
Stem Length 50 50 50 50
Standover 730 746 763 805
Unless otherwise indicated all measurements are in mm.
Frame angles are measured static, without rider sag.
Bottom bracket height measured from axle.
technical Info
fork travel
OPTIMUM MAXIMUM MINIMUM
130 mm 130 mm 120 mm
Rear Hub 135 mm
Seatpost Ø 30.9 mm
Front Derailleur Band
BB Shell 73 mm
Tapered Upper: ZS44/28.6
Lower: ZS44/40
Ride Guide
Yes Downhill 4.0 out of 5 stars
Yes Freeride 4.0 out of 5 stars
Yes Enduro 5.0 out of 5 stars
Yes All-Mountain 4.0 out of 5 stars
Yes XC Trail 4.0 out of 5 stars
Yes Adventure 4.0 out of 5 stars
Yes Touring 4.0 out of 5 stars
Yes XC Racing 4.0 out of 5 stars
Bike Sizing Guidelines
S
5'4"  —  5'7"
M
5'6"  —  5'10"
L
5'9"  —  6'1"
XL
6'0"  —  6'5"

Please note: This is for guidance only. You may be taller or shorter, it doesn't mean our bikes will not fit you. The best way to determine the correct bike size for you is to try one. We've added some more explanation on sizing theory here: What size frame do I need?

What they say ...  

Factory Jackson | Clockwork Evo | March 2017

A right ripper that should sail up hills and relish the descents

Factory Jackson

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Prices and Specifications are liable to change without notice.

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