FSA & BH Bikes Present New Bottom Bracket and Frame Standard
At the Sea Otter Classic, which takes place next week (April 13-17) in the USA, Spanish BH Bikes and Full Speed Ahead (FSA) will present the latest results of their cooperation in product design. BH Bikes and FSA developed a
MONTERAY, USA – At the Sea Otter Classic, which takes place next week (April 13-17) in the USA, Spanish BH Bikes and Full Speed Ahead (FSA) will present the latest results of their cooperation in product design. BH Bikes and FSA developed a new bottom bracket and frame standard, the BB386EVO. According to both companies the BB386EVO is wider, stiffer and interfaces with all current BB systems.
Three years ago the BB30 revolution took the bicycle industry by storm. By promoting a free international standard for both frame and component companies, BB30 gave consumers more options and a dramatic increase in performance.
The BB386EVO is the next step in frame and component design. Designed 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, 30-millimeter spindle designs into a new-standard bottom bracket shell, which greatly enhances stiffness and overall performance characteristics.
The BB386EVO design is an open-source solution, available to all in the industry, to provide real performance gains through better integration of the frame and its components.