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The Chamois Hagar Force AXS Gravel Bike

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Why We Like The Chamois Hagar Force AXS Gravel Bike

Evil Bikes could be considered the hard-partying younger sibling of the bike world, with their cheeky paint color names and rowdy geometry. The Chamois Hagar is precisely what we should have expected when Evil designed a drop-bar bike: genre-defying and stoke-providing. The Hagar may not be called purely a gravel bike, for it is much more nimble to ride, but nor is it simply a drop-bar mountain bike, for it is much more efficient on smooth surfaces. The Chamois Hagar Force AXS leaves it to you to define where and how you want to ride and will happily come along for the journey, be it gravel or dirt, singletrack or fire road, adventure commute or bikepacking trip.

Where most companies start from a road bike to get to a gravel steed, Evil started from the opposite end of the spectrum with their mountain bikes like the Following to create a stable and fast gravel machine. The Hagar’s geometry might make the pure gravel racers balk: a 66.67° headtube angle, long top tube, 80mm bottom bracket drop and designed around a 50mm stem. These mountain-inspired features all contribute to the superior off-road handling. The Chamois Hagar climbs with more agility than an XC mountain bike, and with clearance for a longer travel dropper post thanks to the sloping top tube, we can descend with greater confidence than most rigid bikes too. The frame’s unidirectional carbon construction provides the stiffness we need for responsive maneuvering on trails and keeps the frame light so we have less weight to haul up the next pass. The slack headtube and 57mm fork offset give the front wheel greater contact with the ground for smoother handling especially at speed while descending on rough terrain or singletrack. Riding a rigid bike off-road can feel choppy already, so the 80mm bottom bracket drop helps keep the wheels planted both as we pedal through washboard and rocks as well as through corners. With the headtube angle and fork offset placing the wheel further out front than on a typical gravel bike, Evil eliminates the chance for side-swiping our toes with the wheel on those tight turns.

The Chamois Hagar is ready for the kind of rides that make most gravel bikes quake. Clearance for 50mm tires allows us to run ample tire width and tread for greater grip through corners and greater comfort on rough roads or trails. The 700c wheel size rolls better over smaller obstacles and bumps. For our longest rides or overnight adventures, the Hagar boasts six bottle mounts (seven in sizes medium and up) between the frame and fork. There’s plenty of attachment points for water bottle cages, cargo, and a top-tube snack bag, so we can load up everything we need on our bike and not our backs. Since riding on all roads can also mean riding in all weather, the frame is weather-sealed to keep moisture and contaminants out, and has rubber panels on the chainstay and downtube for further protection. Internal cable routing for drivetrain and dropper post keeps the moving parts protected from the elements as well as the frame lines looking sharp.

Evil completes this build with a suite of components perfectly matched for getting after it on the trail. SRAM’s Force AXS group provides smooth and precise electronic shifting across a 12speed cassette. The XX1 rear derailleur pairing better handles shifting on bumpy roads thanks to the clutch mechanism and faster shifting time. On long, even multi-day, rides, we love the smaller motion required to shift gears with an AXS group over a mechanical one, saving our hands from preemptive fatigue. The AXS Reverb dropper post may get some envious looks from the mountain bike crowd as it sits atop your drop-bar Chamois Hagar, but there is something delightful about the electronic-actuated dropper post when we start the descent and need to better maneuver through turns. Rounding out the build, the WTB Proterra wheels and Venture tires help resist puncture and grip through corners, while the Easton AX-series handlebar’s slight flare gives us a stable position for launching the attack to the snack stop.


  • A trail-ready gravel bike for wherever the road leads you
  • Mountain-inspired geometry keeps weight centered and handling responsive
  • Carbon fiber construction reduces weight and increases stiffness
  • 80mm bottom bracket drop keeps tires planted and bike stable
  • 6-7 bottle mounts for plenty of water, fuel, and gear storage
  • Force AXS electronic shifting and dropper post eliminate cable wear woes
  • WTB wheels and tires optimize tire profile for efficiency and grip when needed
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Frame Material
unidirectional carbon
Hagar carbon, 57mm offset
Cane Creek 40-Series, IS42/IS52
Rear Derailleur
SRAM AXS X01 Eagle, 12speed
SRAM Force 1 Carbon
Chainring Sizes
Crank Arm Length
Bottom Bracket
SRAM Eagle XG-1295
Cassette Range
10 - 52t
SRAM XX1, black
SRAM Force
Brake Type
SRAM center lock, 160mm
Easton EA70 AX
Handlebar Drop
Handlebar Width
[small] 42cm, [medium] 44cm, [large and x-large] 46cm
Bar Tape
Evil Gravel
Stem Length
WTB SL8 Pro, 142mm width
SRAM AXS Reverb [small] 125mm, [medium and large] 150mm, [x-large] 170mm
WTB Proterra Light i23
WTB Frequency
Front Axle
12 x 100mm thru-axle
Rear Axle
12 x 142mm thru-axle
Tire Clearance
WTB Venture TCS
Tire Size
700c x 50mm
not included
Claimed Weight
[medium] 20.5lb
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years limited