When it comes to time trail and triathlon bikes, it’s all about cheating the wind, and BH has seen fit to make sure its new Aerolight Disc does just exactly that.
To achieved this, the new Aerolight Disc features full cockpit and cable integration, along with a more slippery aerodynamic signature thanks to extensive Kamm-Tail profiling and a redesigned rear triangle, making way for enough clearance for 28mm tires.
According to BH, weight and strength were optimized courtesy of Toray T800 and T500 high modulus carbon fiber, along with the Spanish brand’s Hollow Core Internal Moulding technology.
The Aerolight Disc also relies on the company’s oversized BB386 EVO bottom bracket shell to ensure maximum stability and power transfer when the pedals are being turned in earnest.
Other features that punctuate the Aerolight Disc, are of course, flat-mount disc brakes with 12mm thru axles front and rear, complete with a small lever that slides out for easy tightening and loosening, as well as Vision’s ACR system to keep cables and Di2 wiring nice and tidy up front.
BH offers the Aerolight Disc in three models, the Aerolight Disc 4.0 that comes equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2 derailleurs, the Japanese brand’s RS370 Disc wheelset and an FSA Gossamer crankset, the Aerolight Disc 5.0 which features the same Ultegra Di2 derailleurs, plus a Rotor Flow crankset and BH’s own EVO 50 Disc wheelset and the range-topping Aerolight Disc 6.0 that’s fitted with Shimano Dura Ace Di2 derailleurs, an FSA Metron crankset and a Vision Metron 81 Disc wheelset.
Pricing for the US market is yet to be announced, which will include BH’s Unique custom paint program, allowing buyers to choose from 32 color options, as well as custom components.
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