The Final Chapter was Written. Now a Rebirth Begins. Introducing the ATOMX Carbon

The Final Chapter was Written. Now a Rebirth Begins. Introducing the ATOMX Carbon

BH (Spain) - Obsession for lightness.

The ATOMX e-bike range needs no presentation. It was launched on the market a few months ago to break the mould. It features a multitude of new technologies that have made it a leader in the most demanding electric mountain bike segment, though it still has some new features up its sleeve. Its lightness and, above all, its maximum level of stiffness for creating the elite of e-MTBs. The use of carbon has taken the ATOMX frame to another level. The ATOMX Carbon is now a reality, a model for the most demanding users.

X System. Redefining carbon:

The AtomX Carbon frame has the same groundbreaking lines as the AtomX but they have been redefined and given a smoother finish thanks to the carbon. The freedom to create different shapes and the stiffness and lightness of high modulus carbon have enabled us to produce a frame that is 50% lighter, weighing 2 kilograms less. Made from 100% carbon, including the tie rod, rear chainstays and dropout. Because the rear triangle is made from carbon, it is 123% stiffer.

It features a new routing for the travel seatpost that is more direct and natural, thus minimising the friction of the cable inside the cover and making it easier to install.

720 WH Battery. Brose S Mag Motor:

The built-in battery comes with the new 21700 cells, which provide the highest energy density available on the market (5 Ah per cell). This allows us to house a 720 Wh battery in the down tube with the smallest crosssectional area available on the market, offering a range of 155 km.

The external charging port is located on the upper side and can only be accessed by the user, meaning that it can be charged without needing the bicycle.

AtomX Carbon e-bikes come with the Brose S Mag motor, which is compact and has a magnesium construction, reducing its weight by up to 2.9 kg. This motor has proven robustness, as it was developed from the Brose S motor, which has been on the market for over 4 years.

Its internal drive belt and clutch, which disconnects the motor, ensure the smoothness of the motor and reduce the noise and fiction to a minimum when not using assistance.

It provides assistance up to a maximum cadence of 130 rpm, with its optimal operating point being with the user at high cadences (90-120 rpm). It also offers a higher level of configurability, with the ability to customise assistance modes and acceleration on the display.

In a nutshell, this is an extremely lightweight and compact motor, 15% lighter than its predecessor the Brose S Alu motor, with a minimal visual impact and a low centre of gravity , which offers no resistance when in no assistance mode.

ATOMX Carbon Lynx 5 Pro-SE Specs:

  • Frame 120 mm Full Suspension Carbon 27,5"+ internal cable routing
  • Rear shock FOX FLOAT DPS Performance
  • Fork FOX 36 FLOAT Performance 140mm 15QR
  • Stem BH A-Head
  • Headset Tapered
  • Shift levers Sram NX Eagle 12SP
  • Rear derailleur Sram GX Eagle 12sp
  • Front derailleur -
  • Crank set Sram 32T
  • Bb set -
  • Cassete Sram EAGLE 12sp (11-50T)
  • Chain Sram Eagle NX12
  • Front brake Shimano XT 200mm
  • Rear brake Shimano XT 200mm
  • Wheelset DT Swiss H1900
  • Tires Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27,5PLUSx2,8 TR
  • Hubs DT Swiss
  • Spokes Stainless Steel
  • Saddle Fizik Taiga
  • Seat clamp Quick Release
  • Seatpost Kind Shock ETEN-I
  • Handlebar BH MTB Light Alloy Riser 780mm
  • Grips Ergon GE10-Factory
  • Pedals -
  • Lock Double Integrated
  • System X System
  • Battery 720Wh
  • Motor Brose S Mag
  • Autonomy Up to 150 Km
  • Display Colored HUD
  • Upgrade kit (not included) iLock + Smart Key Bracelet, Atom-X App, Atom-X GPS Tracker, Light cable

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