BH Ultralight EVO Rim Frameset

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BH Ultralite EVO Frameset is an amazing climbing bike where rhythm changes are simple, immediate and with exact precision.

The Ultralight EVO frame weighs 700 grams in M size. 


With complete vertical and lateral rigidity, BH has managed to unite lightweight, rigidity and compliance thanks to the EVO BB386 bottom bracket, tapered head tube, 27.2 mm seatpost, asymmetrical chainstays, a one piece carbon fork and a shorter wheelbase. 


BH has always been faithful to a principle: Develop agile bicycles designed and engineered to effectively convert the rider?s power and strength into speed. The Ultralight frame is the ultimate expression of this centenarian philosophy applied to competitive cycling. The Ultralight is everything you expect in a top level racing bike; extremely lightweight, laterally stiff and very efficient. It is an ideal frame design for producing the best results from any rider.

The minimalistic look was designed and engineered around our Hollow Core Internal Molding Technology, resulting in the lightest, yet stiffest frame we have ever produced. The power transfer from rider to wheel is second to none.

Designed to climb, the development team applied this motto to every aspect of the frame, ultimately producing a frame specifically suited for racing. Climbing, descending and breaking free from the Peloton is made easier and requires less effort thanks to the incredible stiffness-to-weight ratio of this proprietary carbon blend, resulting in uncompromised frame responsiveness.




UL EVO Carbon



UL EVO Carbon Tapered



FSA No.42 1.125-1.5"

bb set

FSA 386EVO w/Shimano adapter

seat clamp

BH 31.8 alloy  for 27.2mm Post 

Build Type:
Frameset Rim Brake
Ultralight EVO


  • 5
    BH Ultralight EVO review

    Posted by Cyclingtips on 21st Feb 2019

    The Ultralight EVO is full of potential. First, there is the bike’s performance in the hills, so willing to attack any climb; second, the chassis works well on all terrain save for the roughest road surfaces; third, it is a well-mannered bike with sound handling; and fourth, some will wonder how much better it could be with a lighter build.

    I’ll leave it to the individual to determine which aspect appeals. Every bike that I review also auditions for my own quiver, and the Ultralight EVO is a very strong contender, such is the appeal of its blend of traits. After all, it is an exciting bike that can be ridden almost anywhere. Some enthusiasts will welcome the extra stiffness however the Ultralight EVO will suit (and inspire) aggressive racers and talented climbers that have the ability to attack again and again.

  • 5
    Buyer's Guide: Best Bikes for Climbing

    Posted by Bicycling on 21st Feb 2019

    The BH Ultralight Evo is much more than just a climbing bike. Its feathery weight is excellent while ascending mountains, but the bike's overall demeanor assures that the time you gain on the rise won’t be lost on the descents. The full-carbon frame takes advantage of BB386, something BH helped co-develop with parts giant FSA. This adds to the overall stiffness and power transfer in the drivetrain. The frames will accept mechanical or electronic drivetrains, so riders can build the Basque missile they really want.