April 1, 2010 (Tempe, AZ) – BH Bikes is known for developing cutting-edge products including the introduction of the first ever extended seat tube design, pioneering the development of sub-900 gram road frames and being one of the first to introduce aerodynamic profiles into road racing frames with its line of Global Concept frames that include the current G5, RC1 and Cristal designs.
Recognizing another opportunity to deliver higher levels of performance, BH Bikes approached Full Speed Ahead with the idea of partnering to design a system that provides the platform required to develop substantially lighter and stiffer frames while evolving the advances already made in crank and bottom bracket designs to a whole new level.
The BB386EVO is the next evolution in frame and component design. Proposed by BH Bikes and developed in close partnership with Full Speed Ahead, the new BB386EVO system continues the evolution of the 30mm spindle standard with an eye towards expanded integration with frame manufacturers.
With BH‚s extensive knowledge of frame design and manufacturing, the new BB386EVO system integrates the benefits of oversized 30mm spindle designs into a new standard bottom bracket shell, which greatly enhances the performance characteristics. This BB386EVO design is an open source solution, available to all in the industry, to allow real performance gains by better integration of frame and component.
The new BB386EVO bottom bracket system will be released at the Sea Otter Classic on Friday the 15th at 3:00 in the Pub Tent. To RSVP for the official launch of the BB386EVO system, email firstname.lastname@example.org
About BH Bikes
BH Bikes capitalizes on a rich history of Spanish cycling and more than 100 years of setting performance standards in a sport inherently driven to innovate. Through a modern obsession with research, engineering, design and development, BH Bikes, website here, has developed a line of higher-performance bicycles that are lighter, stiffer and more ergonomic than the competition. BH Bikes have won the Vuelta a España six times and held the yellow jersey for eight straight stages of the 2009 Tour de France