The Evergreen XX frame is the most comfortable bike you'll take on any off-pavement adventure. Ultra-butted titanium provides maximum compliance for all-day gravel and dirt escapades. The XX programme was initiated by Rob Vandermark in 2017 in the new-disc paradigm, to re-imagine what was possible with titanium if budget and time was put aside in favour of ride-quality, weight and longevity. Disc brakes give you the control you need when descending gets sketchy or when the weather threatens to spoil your fun.
The major difference between Axiom and Evergreen is that an Evergreen custom frame is generally designed to accommodate a 395mm fork span (versus 365mm for an Enve RD) to give clearances for bigger tyre widths. The frame geometry is typically drafted with longer chainstays for the same reason.
"The XX programme was initiated by Rob Vandermark in 2017 in the new-disc paradigm, to re-imagine what was possible with titanium if budget and time was put aside in favour of ride-quality, weight and longevity"
"Rode my standard Box Hill loop this morning with the temp shims and more thought to position.
Felt more connected and compact on the bike.
Fastest ride of the year, picked up close to a km/per hour despite crappy wet pot holed roads, a ton of traffic and a couple of nights out Thu/Fri."
Seven Evergreen SL
"Thanks very much Phil.
Did an 80 mile sportive yesterday on the road bike - perfect set up thanks; I've never been so comfortable, and no after effects!
"I tried the shorter cranks today and I like them - it feels like it's less stress for the back and it seems easier to ride higher cadence. In the end I had a good Tour with no back problems. Thanks for your help!"
"A great service, full of personal touches as well as the "harder" scientific analysis of my position on the bike, which was also excellent. I feel more planted on the bike now, and came away with some really useful feedback from the session."
London Dynamo Rider
"A highly personalized and very friendly service, giving good advice and adjustments that are helpful whatever level of cyclist you are."