Downhill riders: find a steep descent and enjoy the control and speed of this e-bike as you charge down the slope. The BMC Trailfox AMP Two is a bike designed to withstand anything you can throw at it thanks to a superb suspension set up with 170mm travel on the front and rear. This paired with the powerful Shimano E-7000 motor and large 500wh battery its perfect for all your off-roading needs.
The E-7000 motor creates more than enough power for all hills but because Shimano has engineered it to be compact and slim, it creates a lot of clearance for off-roading, as well as retaining more conventional geometry at the bottom of the frame. The Shimano system has always been the e-bike system that most closely resembles the dynamic feel of conventional off-road riding and this is even more the case with the E-7000 motor.
This is an e-bike that excels uphill and downhill: a true 'all-mountain' e-bike.
Shimano E-7000 motor
A light, compact motor that makes off-roading feel powerful yet natural
Stay controlled and comfortable on steep off-road descents
BMC's frame engineering ensures no power is wasted to frame vibration
Key Electric Features:
Shimano STEPS MTB E-7000, 250W.
Shimano Steps System
45 - 60 miles
Fox 36, Performance, GRIP, e-Bike, 170mm
Fox Float DPX2, Performance, Evol
Shimano 1x12, rear derailleur
Magura MT5, Storm Rotors (203/203)
Shimano HG200 12-28
Alex EM 35 **
Vittoria Mota DH 2.5
WTB Silverado Comp 142
About the BMC brand
Intricate Swiss engineering is a given when you’re talking about BMC Switzerland. This premium approach to bikes goes back to 1994, when they began in Grenchen, Switzerland, where they’re still housed today. The in-house Impec Lab is where their brightest minds keep them at the cutting edge of design.
The BMC brand is a stalwart of the race scene with teams and riders winning global titles galore including the Tour de France, the Tour de Romandie, the Tirreno–Adriatico, the Tour de Wallonie, the Paris–Tours, Critérium Internationa and the Paris–Roubaix. High performance is built into their bikes, which you'll feel on a test-ride.