BMC trailfox TF02 All Mountain Full Suspension

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Product Description

The all-new Trailfox TF02 from BMC takes their Trailfox platform to the next level. With 150mm of proven APS suspension, the TF02 will allow you tackle any obstacle, clear any descent, or race your next marathon. This is the perverbial swiss army knife of bikes; go ahead, do your worst! The new TF02 has been designed to be as light and stiff as possible, while still offering plenty of impact resistnace so that you never have to throw your frame away. Specifications: - Frame:   BMC Trailfox TF02 150mm APS - Fork:   Fox Talas Evolution RL 150mm - Shfiters:   Shimano SLX 3x10 - Brakes:  Avid Elixer 7 180mm - Front Derailleur:  Shimano SLX - Rear Derailleur:  Shimano XT - Chain:  Shimano XT - Cassette:  Shimano HG-81 11-36 - Crankset:  Shimano SLX 42-32-24 - Bottom Bracket:  Shimano SLX - Wheelset:  Easton Vice - Tires:  Onza Ibex/Onza Canis 2.25" - Stem:   Scor MKII - Handlebar:   Scor MKII - Saddle:   Fizik Tundra2 - Seatpoast:   Scor MKII


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Cal conniff a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: August 15, 2013

Strengths:    -Fox pro pedal on the suspension
- shimano slx components
- avid elixer 7 brakes
- DH inspired geometry


Weaknesses:    No real major weak points
- takes a couole rides to dial in suspension, but when you set it up its awsome
- 3x10 gearing, not bad but im switching it out for 2x10 to get rid of repeat gears


Bottom Line:   
I have ridden other all mountain bikes( specialized enduro and kona process) these are both great bikes but you can tell they are more DH focused( i realize all mountain bikes are about climbing up to bomb down) and they felt big an sligish climbing. The trail fox is much lighter then most other bikes in its class which helps with the climb. Between the light weight frame and fox pro pedal it climbs like a mountain goat. My set up weighs in at 27 lb, i upgraded to easton hubs and rims to loose a couple of pounds. You might think that it lost some downhillness since it climbs so well but its quite the oppisite. My downhill bike is the pivot pheonix( also a sick bike) and the trail fox doesnt get left behind too far, of course the pheonix takes drops and steep technical stuff better, but its a full on downhill bike. So all in all it is the perfect comprimise of climbing and decending. The bike is also a good deal too. Mine is a 2012 modle that i bought for $1500 at colorado backcountry biker in fruita colorado. If you can find a left over retail bike or a slightly used one BUY IT!!!!

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Favorite Trail:   The boneyard, eagle CO

Duration Product Used:   1 month, about

Price Paid:    $1500.00

Purchased At:   Colorado backcountry

Similar Products Used:   Specialized enduro comp
Kona process


Bike Setup:   Stock except for rasto rims and hubs

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