New BH AtomX Carbon 2022 2023 review technical sheet price

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BH presented the new BH AtomX carbon 2022 pedal assisted bike.

The new frame is made entirely of carbon.

Including the connecting rod of the suspension system.

The result is a 2,300 gram frame.

The front triangle is 20% stiffer and the head tube area is 80% stiffer. In addition to the battery integration, the most distinctive aspect is the hidden connecting rod screws to achieve a clean aesthetic in the related area.

The saddle closure is in turn integrated into the frame and is completely hidden from view. The frame features fully internal wiring, starting with the head tube.

In addition, Across's BlockLock system has been added to avoid hitting the top tube with the handlebar by limiting the rotation angle to 150 °.

The new shapes of the BH AtomX Carbon allow you to use a traditional bottle cage in its proper position on the down tube. In addition, it is possible to use the FIT multi-tool, which is located inside the head tube.

The new BH AtomX Carbon has a revised geometry that integrates a more vertical seat post (76 °) and shorter chainstays (just 454 mm) combined with a less closed head angle (65 °). Furthermore, the SM is added to the three sizes of the previous version.

It is also available in two versions, with travel, of the rear suspension, 140 and 160 mm. THE The AtomX Carbon is equipped with the Brose S Mag engine, capable of offering assistance up to 410%.

This engine also offers a generous torque of 90 Nm, to guarantee instant thrust and acceleration and is capable of working at high cadence (from 90 to 120 rpm).

It is light (2.9 kg) in relation to the performance offered and allows you to customize the assistance modes via the BH iConnect app. 

The BH AtomX forgoes the display to use the new iRemote control, minimalist, ergonomic and comfortable. It can count on 3 buttons to switch from one assistance mode to another and to turn the engine on and off. Now it also integrates LED lighting with which you can check the battery level visually when on the move.

If you prefer the screen, the system is designed to connect a Garmin device through which it will be possible to view all the system information (battery, cadence, autonomy, etc.).

Through the BH iConnect app for smartphones it is possible to configure and customize the different assistance modes, adjusting the level of acceleration and power of each. The range of BH, AtomX Carbon consists of 5 models, with prices starting from € 6,699.