- - BH Shaves Weight and Adds Full-Integration to Its Ultralight EVO Disc Road Bike

BH Shaves Weight and Adds Full-Integration to Its Ultralight EVO Disc Road Bike

BH has shaved weight and added more integration to its Ultralight EVO Disc road bike, which now tips the scales at a feathery 750g for a size medium frame.

Cable integration comes courtesy of an oversized FSA ACR 1.5″ headset, offering compatibility with both mechanical and electronic groupsets, while a new, hidden wedge-style seat clamp results in a cleaner aesthetic.

The Spanish brand has also updated the Ultralight EVO Disc to include its integrated Quick Lever retractable thru-axle levers for a cleaner setup and easier access to wheel changes.

The new Ultralight EVO Disc keeps the same high modulus Toray T1100G carbon fiber as its predecessor, using BH’s HCIM hollow core tech, as well as a BB386 EVO bottom bracket, flat mount disc brakes and clearance for tires up to 30mm.

The Ultralight EVO Disc is available as four complete bikes, the top-tier Ultralight EVO Disc 9.5 that comes equipped with a SRAM Red eTap AXS groupset with a Red AXS crankset, a Vision Metron 5D ACR combination stem and handlebar and a Zipp 454 carbon wheelset for 12,000€. In addition, the flagship model is also available with custom paint courtesy of BH’s online configurator.

Next, is the Ultralight EVO Disc 9.0 for 9000€, which features a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 groupset with an FSA K-Force carbon crankset, Vision’s Metron 5D ACR set-up and SC55 carbon wheelset, followed by the 6300€ Ultralight EVO Disc 8.5 that gets a Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupset, an FSA SLK carbon crankset, BH’s own one-piece carbon bar and stem with ACR routing and an EVO 38 Disc V3 carbon wheelset.

The entry level Ultralight EVO Disc 8.0 is fitted with a Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupset as well, along with an alloy stem and bar in order to bring the cost down to 5500€.

According to BH, the new models can be pre-ordered through its dealer network, with availability expected toward the end of the year.



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