BH has updated its Aerolight road bike, giving it all-conquering road capabilities thanks to a significant reduction in weight and revised tube profiles, making it equally at home along the climbs, as well as the ability to cheat the wind.
Taking queues from the Spanish brand’s previous G7 and G8 road bikes, the Aerolight now features similar Kamm tail profiles, dropped seatstays and a semi-integrated seatmast, as well as a radical, new swept fork, a reshaped headtube and a more noticeably horizontal toptube and kinked chainstays, now tipping the scales at an impressive 950 grams in a size medium.
Additionally, the Aerolight also gets full cable integration courtesy of FSA’s ACR 1.5″ headset system, flat mount disc brakes, 12mm thru-axles with BH’s hidden quick release lever, a BB386 EVO bottom bracket and enough clearances for 30mm tires.
Other interesting features include a set of aero water bottles and cages that are seamlessly integrate into the downtube and seattube, along with a tool box that fits under the bottles for essentials.
The Aerolight is available in six sizes (XS-XXL), four complete build options ranging from 5300€ to 12,000€ and five standard colors.
Customers can also opt for BH’s Unique program, allowing them to customize the color of their frameset.
According to BH, some models of Aerolight will be available as soon as September, while others may not hit the market until spring 2022.
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