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The ALPEN 29 quickly ascends those technical climbs and smashes single track with it's light weight full carbon frame. It's progressivefour-bar suspension is your ticket to a smooth ride with excellent traction, speed and control. The ALPEN 29 is perfect for long days on the saddle with good friends and Alpine views.


Fork : Marzocchi Bomber Z1
Shock : FOX Float DPS Factory
Headset : FSA 
Brakes : TRP SLATE EVO 4 piston black
Rotors : TRP 180mm/203mm
Handlebar : RaceFace Aeffect R 35mm
Stem : RaceFace Aeffect R 35mm
Grips : SDG Thrice
Dropper Post : RaceFace Aeffect R
Saddle : SDG Radar
Shifter : SRAM NX Eagle 12 speed
Crankset : RaceFace Aeffect R
Chainring : RaceFace Cinch
Derailleur : SRAM NX Eagle 12 speed
Cassette : SRAM NX Eagle 12 speed
Chain : SRAM NX Eagle 12 speed
Wheels : RaceFace Aeffect R 29" boost (set tubeless)
Front Tire : Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 Rear Tire :  Maxxis Minion DHR2 2.4 

Fork : FOX Float 36 Factory Grip2 (Kashima with black lowers)
Shock : FOX Float DPS Factory
Headset : FSA 
Brakes : TRP TRAIL EVO 4 piston black
Rotors : TRP 180mm/203mm
Handlebar : TITLE MTB 35mm black
Stem : TITLE MTB 35mm
Grips : SDG Thrice
Dropper Post : RaceFace Turbine
Saddle : TITLE MTB MS1
Shifter : SRAM GX Eagle 12 speed
Crankset : RaceFace Turbine
Chainring : RaceFace Cinch
Derailleur : SRAM GX Eagle 12 speed
Cassette : SRAM GX Eagle 12 speed
Chain : SRAM GX Eagle 12 speed
Wheels : RaceFace Aeffect R 29" boost (set tubeless)
Front Tire : Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 Rear Tire :  Maxxis Minion DHR 2 2.4 

SMALL : 5'0'' TO 5'5"

MEDIUM : 5'5'' TO 5'10"

LARGE : 5'10" TO 6'3"

lifetime warranty

All frames come with a lifetime warranty

Free shipping

All bikes ship free within North America

customer support

Customer support from Evolve owners


 Size S M L
Seat Tube(Center to Top) 392mm 441mm 492mm
Seat Tube Angle 74 ° 74 ° 74 °
Effective Top Tube Length 588mm 617mm 636mm
Top Tube 542mm 562mm 579mm
Head Tube Length 95 mm 100 mm 110 mm
Head Angle 66.5 ° 66.5 ° 66.5 °
Axle to Crown 551mm 551mm 551mm
Fork Rake 51 ° 51 ° 51 °
Wheel Base 1163mm 1171mm 1190mm
Front Center 700mm 729mm 748mm
Chain Stay Length 443mm 443mm 443mm
B-B Drop 27mm 27mm 27mm
Stack  607mm 616mm 625mm
Reach 415 mm 440mm 455 mm
Frame Weight 2510g 2545g 2570g

      We are constantly improving our processes in order to make your buying experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. Start by selecting your bike model and build kit. Choose any additional upgrades or add ons and add to cart. Next go to your cart, enter your information, and submit payment.

      Once payment is complete your build will be allocated for the estimated ship date. We have a limited supply of inventory arriving every few months and bikes will sell out quickly.

      When all components arrive for your build, one of our expert mechanics will fully assemble and tune your bike at our shop in Squamish, BC. We ensure every bike is fully greased, thread locked, and torqued to spec.

      If we're shipping your bike the wheels, fork, handlebar, saddle, and chain are removed for shipping. Minor assembly is required and video instructions are available on our YouTube channel.

      If picking up your bike in Squamish it will come fully built and we will help you with suspension setup in person. We'll also be offering more of an experience in the new season where you can select your build in person and watch your bike being built.

      Yes, we fully build and tune all bikes before shipping. The wheels, fork, handlebar, and chain are then removed to fit nicely in the box. If you're picking up a bike in Squamish, BC your bike will be fully built and we will help setup suspension at pickup.

      All Bikes and frames ship free anywhere in North America. International shipping is $400.

      We only sell direct to consumer which saves you at least 25% from comparable bikes.

      We offer a lifetime warranty on all our frames for original owner, and cost replacement warranty to second owner.

      There are lots of benefits to buying a bike from a small Canadian company.

      1. Owners are available to answer any questions you may have.

      2. Spare hardware is always readily available and ships quickly.

      3. We stock frame parts to get you back on your bike in case of warranty issues.

      4. We have professional mechanics on site to help with any issues, tuning, or suspension setup.

      5. We can customize your bike with accent and component colours to make it unique.

      6. You'll save time and money.

      7. You're suporting a small Canadian brand from Squamish, BC.

      We've been in business for 5 years and have learned that the most important thing other than selling great bikes is to provide exceptional customer service.

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 10 reviews
      Andrei Vitko
      Amazing bike

      Very happy with the service and support. My bike came a bit damaged due to shipping, Matt sent a replacement right away.

      A1 Customer Service + Amazing Value

      Great build at a very competitive price. Very nice fork and shock options.

      Some issues with wrong parts but Matt was willing to address (brake rotors and dropper).

      Assembly was more involved than anticipated, but this also means less likelihood of damaging while shipping.

      My only minor recommendations for improving the buying experience include:

      - Make a quick and dirty YouTube video for assembly (no one wants to bring an online purchase to a LBS, it’s awkward)
      - Do a detailed parts check against the build order before it goes out—I was fine with some of the swaps made (different shock and brake models), but others might not be fine despite being more expensive components
      - Use zip ties or larger brake cable guides for the rear brake; the clips can’t hold the larger TRP hoses properly and the crank grazes the arm

      B Carroll
      Alpen 29

      I have been riding short travel trail bikes (120 to 130 mm front travel) since 2014. Was looking for a more capable bike, but not sold on the industry trend of longer, slacker bikes for the types of trails I mostly ride in Eastern Ontario. I was attracted to the Alpen for it's relatively short wheelbase, increased front travel over my older bikes and the Fox Factory suspension. Can't beat the component spec of the M2 build for the price. I was not disappointed. The bike is very capable and suits my riding. Handles technical climbing and descending very well and is maneuverable for the tighter, twisty stuff. As one other reviewer pointed out, it isn't an XC rocket, but does what I was looking for. The bike feels solid and planted and the suspension is smooth and feels very progressive. I do find the Title handlebars very stiff. For someone spending most of the time pointed downhill, this will make the steering feel very precise, but I'm finding my arms a little more tired after rides on flatter trails or rides with extended climbing than I am used to. I think for next season, I will try swapping the handlers for something with more vertical compliance.

      Scott Bishop
      Evolve Alpen 29

      I bought this bike after looking at reviews and geometry. Honestly, I was mostly worried about the STA and how this would impact climbing. For flowy and technical trail riding the geo just feels comfortable, like I'm in the bike vs on top (6' tall with 32" seam). I Slammed the seat forward and rode Hydrocut on Saturday. The bike came alive riding the shock in the open position, absorbing chatter, easily handling repeated 12" stepdowns on Adam's and a few 3-4' drops very easily. Just a little bob during out of saddle steep uphills, which seemed to help keep my traction on the loose soil. The spec is killer for the money (fox 36 factory, big TRP EVO brakes, XT drivetrain), really impressed with both technical up and downhills. I would recommend the bike for true aggressive trail riding. It's not a xc racer.

      Solid, reliable, value

      I’ve had my Alpen for almost 2 seasons and can attest to climbing at a new level and descending with confidence and achieving KOMs across the board. Componentry mattered to me and has meant that reliability of every part of the bike has been excellent. Frame geometry may not be as progressive as other bikes but fits my trail riding perfectly. As for value, it was by far the best option I came across.

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