2022 BMC Twostroke 01 Five Deore Hardtail Mountain Bike in Carbon

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The 2022 BMC Twostroke 01 Five Deore Hardtail Mountain Bike in Carbon is a carbon frame XC hardtail. The Twostroke is designed for winning cross country races but also works brilliantly as a super-fast and light bike for singletrack riding. The Twostroke uses BMC’s Radical Geometry which includes a 67 degree head angle, long front-end, and 75 degree seat angle to help you attack steep and loose terrain with perfect weight distribution.

The Twostroke’s premium carbon fibre frame comes with Tuned Compliance Concept (TCC). This allows for a carefully tuned rate of vertical deflection ion the frame, smoothing out the roughest trails and helping you push harder. Moulded covers on the chainstay, an integrated chain suck plate and helicopter tape on the down tube ensure durability and a sleek design

The Twostroke 01 Five Deore comes with super reliable 1x12 speed Shimano Deore gearing with MT200 brakes and a RockShox Judy TK R fork.

This bike is perfect for

XC racers or cross country riders who want a fast and compliant bike with progressive geometry. The Twostroke 01 Five Deore comes with simple and reliable parts that are also easy to upgrade.

Key features

  • Premium carbon fibre frame with TCC
  • 1x12 speed Shimano Deore gearing
  • Rockshox Judy TK R fork

Who are BMC?

BMC (Bicycle Manufacturing Company) began in 1986 – distributing Raleigh bikes. By 1994 they were making their own. The earliest days of BMC saw fast and monumental innovation across the bicycle industry. The late '80s and early 90's defined the ambitions of cycling, and BMC was perfectly positioned to make the fastest of those ambitions real. In 2000 Andy Rihs, chairman of the Phonak Group, took over BMC, and the brand invested more in engineering and design; this saw BMC move from a quality niche bike company to a world premium bike brand.

"From the earliest days, BMC has always focused on creating speed. We've spent decades building our sport, refining ideas, and pushing technologies to their limits. Fast, unrelenting, and iconic."

BMC continued innovating and focussing on speed, opening BMC Impec Lab in 2010. The research facility allows the BMC engineering team to innovate & refine new ideas at an unmatched pace. This has led to the refinement, advancements, and innovations in developing faster bikes in the decades since. This singular focus on speed has led them to become the renowned brand they are today.

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Mountain Bike Buying Guide

Mountain biking is an incredibly diverse sport. Mountain bikes now come in three main flavours. They are XC, Trail and Enduro.

XC – short for cross country, are quick race bikes. They will normally have 29” wheels and come with 100mm of suspension. If you are mainly going to be riding bridleways and natural trails in the South East of England, where our shops are, an XC bike will be the quickest and most efficient option.

Trail – these bikes are designed to be pedalled up and down hill and for use on bridleways and natural trails, but also at dedicated trail centres. They normally come with 130mm or 140mm of suspension travel and can have either 27.5” or 29” wheels, but 29” is quickly becoming the norm. Trail bikes are good all-rounders. They won’t be as fast as an XC bike on the flat but they can handle a lot more challenging terrain, and a few jumps. If you plan on taking your bike to trail centres in Wales, or to the Alps, then a trail bike may be your best option.

Enduro – enduro racing is a thing in and of itself but many people buy enduro bikes for ‘aggressive’ trail riding and uplift days at places like Bike Park Wales. This generally means challenging downhill trails with some big jumps. With around 160mm of suspension travel enduro bikes can take some big hits. They are designed to be efficient enough to pedal up hills but really come into their own when pointed downhill. You get enduro bikes in either 27.5” or 29” wheel sizes as well as mullet setups of 29 at the front and 27.5 at the back.

Men’s and women’s mountain bikes

Nearly all the mountain bikes we sell are now unisex. All of the big brands have gradually stopped doing dedicated men’s and women’s bikes over the last few years. Instead they are focussed on producing bikes in a bigger range of sizes. So, for instance, the Trek Marlin 5 is a unisex bike that now comes in sizes from XXS to XXL large. This means it will fit riders from 4’ 5” to 6’ 5” and everything in between.

Read our full mountain bike buyers guide

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Sizes L, M, S, XL
Brand BMC
Barcodes 7630027868395, 7630027868487, 7630027868562, 7630027868579
SKUs / Part Numbers BM30001080, BM30001081, BM30001082, BM30001083

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