The FS02 uses the carbon front triangle, the APS suspension and the BWC geometry from BMC's flagship FS01, combined with an aluminium rear end. BMC sees it as a trail capable race bike, which will be the perfect companion for a bike marathon race, a tour in the Alps, or just a short blast through your local trails.
Built to race the trails
The Trailcrew was created to strengthen our products on the Alpine MTB segments. As a part of this concept, BMC offers now their fourstroke in a more trail oriented version called Trailcrew, equipped with reliable and functional components such as the Reverb seat post, bash guard crankset and longer travel suspension fork.
isc - integrated skeleton concept
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, BMC can't 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.
Tapered head tube - with a minimum increase in weight, a disproportionately higher fork thickness results.
aps - advanced pivot system
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
Just set the sag adjustment according to the indicator, and go. Trailside adjustments have never been simpler.
system integration - natural born postmount
Direct assembly of the brake caliper to the frame with no need for an adapter means improved braking power transfer, especially under demanding conditions.