An EVOlution

The all new ENERGIE EVO features a completely redesigned frameset for 2021, with a focus on pro level race performance.

An all new frame shape, combined with performance led features takes our ENERGIE EVO cyclocross bike to the next level.


From concept to production, tube profiles have been designed for all- out purpose led performance. The wide stance asymetric BB386EVO BB shell gives the bike a solid platform for excellent power transfer into the cranks.

The dropped seat stays and integraed seat clamp add in some rider saddle comfort, whilst keeping the aesthetics clean, and the weight to a minimum. The underside of the top tube and main triangle clearances have been designed in conjunction with shoulder physiology making this one of the most comfortable bikes to carry.

" 2 years in the making, our new Energie EVO is everything a high performance Cyclocross bike should be. Sharp handling, lightweight, stiff and class leading mud clearance. We're excited to watch it being raced to the top of the podium"

- Jodie Shann - Vitus Road Product Manager


Our goal was focused firmly on delivering a world cup level winning race bike, the ENERGIE EVO now features a lightweight UCI approved frame and fork. With a full season of winter testing, culminating in the new design being ridden to podium success at National Championship level, we know this bike is fast.


Weighing in at 880g for a painted size Medium frame, the ENERGIE EVO is among the lightest CX frames on the market, particularly important in European cyclocross racing where carrying can play just as important a role as riding.

A no compromise approach to R&D, design and manufacturing techniques results in 585 individual pieces of carbon creating a race ready one piece monocoque carbon frame. The result, a frameset that’s both lightweight and strong in equal measure.


One of the key areas of the design brief was to redefine what the CX world thought was good mud clearance, and the result is something that really sets the ENERGIE EVO apart from it’s competitors. For a UCI approved race bike, we know the ENERGIE EVO can be ridden longer and further with less mud build up.


All Vitus ENERGIE evo bikes feature 1X drivetrains. We believe this gives riders the best combination of performance, weight and usability, and is something we are big advocates of. For fans of 2X drivetrains we’ve built in a removable front derailleur mount, supplied with every bike.

When not in use this mount also doubles up as a fitting point for the Vitus 1X chain guide, also supplied with every bike. Lastly for those people who like mudguards, we’ve got you covered. The frame and fork features discreet mounting points, including a removable seat stay bridge.




We have built on our Vitus Pro Cycling partnership with SRAM to extensively test and then launch a range of race ready bikes featurnig the performance SRAM 1X groupsets.


Press Coverage

Road.CC - First Ride Review


"With loads of feedback from the frameset and the position that the overall geometry put me in, I could easily guide the Vitus around all kinds of obstacles. The fact that I could pre-empt where the front end would head allowed me to really keep the power on." - Stu Kerton, Road.CC


Cycling Weekly - First Look


"A key feature of the new frame is a focus on increasing the tyre/mud clearance within the frame and fork. In itself it is a crucial aspect of a good frame, after all the wider the spacing, the less mud can build up and potentially compromise race performance. It is almost doubly important this year as many UK races are potentially doing away with pit areas in races, forcing racers to only use one bike." James Bracey, Cycling Weekly


BikeRumour - #crossiscoming


"A big focus of the Energie’s redesign was shedding weight, with lots of running sections in elite European CX racing. Crafted from 585 individual pieces of carbon plies laid up into the one-piece monocoque frame, the resulting Energie EVO now comes in at a claimed 880g for a medium painted frame, making it one of the lightest CX bikes on the market. And with complete bikes starting from just £1800 / 2100€ / $2300 that’s gonna be pretty tough to beat." Cory Benson, Bike Rumour