BMC recently introduced the new addition to its 2015 mountain bike lineup, the Speedfox. The Swiss company describes the Speedfox as the new bike that packs all the vital features demanded by those seeking high quality, the latest technology, and most important, pure enjoyment. The versatile bike is light, efficient and capable of handling the most demanding trails.
The bike’s 435-millimeter chainstays, slack 65.8-degree head angle, generous toptube lengths, short stem and a 607-millimeter stack height work together to keep the bike stable at high speeds, without compromising on agility. To keep a consistent feeling across all Speedfox models, each bike has the same stem length.
BMC’s Big Wheel Concept has been applied to accommodate 29-inch wheels. The Speedfox also has a 130-millimeter Advanced Pilot System travel, which BMC claims provides extra control on sustained descents and added comfort for long days in the saddle.
The Speedfox comes in three different models, SF01, SF02 and SF03 and varies in sizes from XS to XL, so no one misses out.
The Speedfox SF01 is a full carbon frame and comes in two builds: XTR or XX1. The SF02 has a carbon frame and alloy rear triangle, in three builds: X.0, XT or XT/SLX. Finally, the SF03 has an all alloy frame in two builds: XT/SLX or Deore.
Pricing for the BMC Speedfox will be released this fall.