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trailfox TF03 all mountain

The Trailfox is a capable bike for riders who like to challenge themselves. Developed in the Alps by passionate mountain bikers, the trailfox gives its rider confidence in all situations. Gnarly downhills, rock gardens or root sections, there is nothing a trailfox rider cannot handle. Climbing up the highest mountain, enjoying the best singletrack or even competing in an occasional race, our superbike will not let you down!

Specifications

  • Frame Frame: APS (Rear Travel 150mm)
  • Tubing Tubing: Alloy
  • Size Size: XS / S / M / L / XL
  • Fork Fork: Fox 32 Float CTD Evolution 150mm
  • Rear Shock Rear Shock: Float CTD BV Performance
  • Gears Gears: 3 x 10
  • Crankset Crankset: Shimano Deore, 42-32-24
  • Cassette Cassette: Shimano Deore 11-36
  • Front Derailleur Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore
  • Rear Derailleur Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX Shadow PLUS
  • Shifter Shifter: Shimano Deore
  • Brakes Brakes: Shimano Deore 180mm
  • Handlebar Handlebar: Easton Vice
  • Stem Stem: Easton EA50
  • Seatpost Seatpost: Scor MKIII
  • Saddle Saddle: Selle Royal Seta
  • Hubs Hubs: DT Swiss M1900
  • Rims Rims: DT Swiss M1900
  • Tyres Tyres: Onza Ibex FR AM 2.25/ Onza Canis 2.25
  • Colour Colour: Green
  • weight weight: 13.10 kg
  • Pedal Pedal:  

Geometry

Glossary

s
Seat tube
tt
Top tube
ht
Head tube
ha
Head tube angle
sa
Seat angle
rc
Chain tube
Size s tt ht stack reach ha sa rc drop
XS 420 544 117 567 376 67.5 73.5 432 -10
S 420 567 125 574 397 67.5 73.5 432 -10
M 450 592 135 583 419 67.5 73.5 432 -10
L 470 615 149 596 438 67.5 73.5 432 -10
XL 495 631 164 610 450 67.5 73.5 432 -10
Rider height Bar width Stem extension Crank length
< 160
160 - 172
170 - 180
178 - 188
> 188

Concept

Versatility
The Swiss Army knife is well known as the ultimate « do-it-all » tool. Over the years, our trailfox has been refined with this inspiration in mind. The APS suspension is efficient and responsive enough to conquer the steepest climbs, and then smooth and progressive enough to tackle steep, technical trails. The geometry is optimized to offer both an all-day climbing position and sure-footed stability once the slope points down.

Lightweight
TF03 shares geometry and suspension design from its carbon brothers. We kept the weight impressively low by using high-end, hydroformed and triple butted tubing. This is no entry-level design; its strength, stiffness and durability are everything you would expect from a BMC trailfox.

Reliability
Saving weight on the frame allowed us to build the bike with a solid, trail-proven component specification, so it can be ridden hard right out of the box. A new integrated chain device, protected cable routing, suspension pivots, SAG indicator… we have worked on the details to keep you out of the shop and on the trails instead.
1) Frameset
-APS suspension, 150mm travel
-12x142mm rear axle
-Frame weight (TF03): 3150gr including all hardware
-Hardware includes: Rear shock, chain guide, bolts, seat clamp, and rear wheel axle.
-Shock dimensions: 200x57mm

2) Bottom bracket – BSA standard, 73mm

3) Integrated Chain guide – Refer to specific manual

4) Initial load indicator – Convenient SAG adjustment

5) Tapered Headset – 1-1/8” to 1-1/2”

6) Natural born post mount
-Designed for 180mm discs
-Maximum 203mm rotors

7) Cable routing
-Continuous cable routing along the down tube

Reviews

technology

iSC

integrated skeleton concept

BMC has defined its brand name through technical advances.

The skeleton concept iSC (integrated Skeleton Concept) has been around since the first legendary promachine. Since then, the concept has spent over a decade being refined and redefined. The idea is saving weight by supporting the top tube at the seat tube and increasing the stiffness where it is needed. In the front triangle of the frame. With the help of the latest in FEM (Finite Elements Method) computer technology, we can tailor each tube junction perfectly to the distribution of forces. Cleverly selected skeletal reinforcement elements at the nodal points and the spread of the top tube distribute the impacting forces perfectly and result in BMC's typical crosslock. distribute the impacting forces perfectly.

APS

advanced pivot system

Unsurpassed power transmission, traction control, and comfort.

The ideal suspension system converts all of a rider's energy into forward propulsion, while at the same time absorbing impacts. Mechanically, these two goals are at odds with one another. But BMC's APS rear suspension satisfies these two goals by carefully calculating the pivot points of the rear suspension so that inertial force generated under acceleration is not misdirected into compressing the shock.

How is this accomplished? With APS the virtual pivot point is positioned so that constant chain tension is maintained for forward acceleration. As such, pedaling forces are used for forward propulsion with no loss of energy transfer in the suspension system. At the same time, the shock system ensures optimum rear wheel traction, guaranteeing that those pedaling forces are not only getting to the rear wheel, but to the ground, as well. The end result is a suspension system that provides extreme power transfer efficiency, uncanny traction, and excellent comfort.

 

 

initial load indicator

Remarkably simple sag adjustment.

Just set the sag adjustment according to the indicator, and go. Trailside adjustments have never been simpler.

triple butted

Triple butted tube set

Triple-butted tube set made of a 6000 alloy. Triple-butted means that the tube has three different wall thicknesses.

Catalog 2014

team clothing

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