The young Canadian enduro racer joins Devinci Global Racing for 2022
You might recognize Evan as the winner of Pinkbike Academy, but there’s more to the burly Albertan, who now calls Squamish home, than raw speed on the bike. Like describing things in his own language with words no one understands or don’t exist, known as “Evanisms” to his friends.
He even has a lexicon for how to explain trail sections in sound effects:
I’m incredibly stoked to be joining Devinci Global Racing! I’m looking forward to carrying the momentum I gained last year, and no better way than with a Canadian company that’s so deeply ingrained in racing. I had a couple chats with Greg last year at the races, and have no doubt we're going to have a hoot over the next couple years! Can’t wait to get into it!
Evan is the perfect example of hard work and dedication. We are extremely happy to count him in our ranks for the coming years. We believe he'll be able to achieve great things on Devinci bikes. He finished the 2021 season on a high note with a 14th place at the last EWS in Scotland. We are looking forward to see what he can do again in Scotland in couple months for the 2022 EWS season's kick off.
There’s a new standard for speed. Our long-travel enduro weapon brings Enduro World Series pace to everything you ride, with plenty of room for a water bottle. Right away, you’ll notice the thrust and stability of a rearward axle path. Pair that with a 160mm Split Pivot design that’s fully active under braking and you’ll experience time-warping levels of control. For those about to blast, Spartan HP is the rocket ship you’ve been waiting for. Hope you brought goggles.