BH “Lynx” Range Full Suspension E MTBs


BH Rebel Lynx 5.5 27.5″ Plus PW-X RC

BH "Lynx" Range Full Suspension E MTBs

BH manufacture 9 “Lynx” full suspension E MTBs. They are spread across 4 different power packs and are priced from £2470 for the Evo Jumper 27.5″ (Ev908) to £4750 for the Bosch powered Xenion 27.5″Plus Pro (Ex928)

The Lynx System incorporates “Split Pivot Technology” developed by and patented for BH.  This consists of a suspension system with floating shock absorbtion based on the traction, pedalling efficiency, manoeuvrability and rigidity of the bicycle.  The system allows the three forces to act on the bicycle separately. :- pedalling, braking and suspension.

Here we have given a brief description of each one.  They are unlikely to all be available at the same time. All are available in 2 sizes medium and large.  All are 27.5″ wheel, except the Bosch powered Xenion Lynx 29″ (Ex 908) £3800.They are all crank drive bikes except the 2 Evo models. As you go up the price range many of the components, such as forks, are upgraded.

The full specification is given for the Yamaha Powered Lynx 5.5 27.5″ Plus PW-X RC (Ey928) £3800

Evo Rear wheel drive.

  • Evo Jumper:   120mm Frame (Ev908) 48V Motor with through axle fitting: 500Wh battery.  10 speed. Tyres: Kenda Honey Badger27.5″ 2.2″. £2470
  • Evo Jumper Plus Pro 120mm Frame (Ev928) Motor as above.  600Wh Battery. 20 Speed. Tyres: Schwalbe Nobby Nick 27.5″ Plusx 2.8″. £3330.

Rebel Yamaha crank drive

  • Lynx 5.5 27.5″plus lite 140mm frame (Ey908) Yamaha PW motor.  400Wh Battery. 10speed. Tyres: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5″x 2.6″ £3040
  • Lynx 5.5 27.5″plus PW-X RC. 140mm Frame (Ey928) upgraded Yamaha PW-X motor. 10 speed. Tyres: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5″ Plus x 2.8″ TR £3800
  • Lynx 5.5 27.5″ plus PW-X 140mm Frame (Ey948) upgraded  Yamaha PW-X Motor. 11 speed. Tyres: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5″ Plus x 2.8″ TR £4470

Xenion Bosch crank drive

  • Lynx 5 29″ 120mm Frame (Ex908)  Bosch Performance CX motor. 500Wh battery. 10 speed. Tyres: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 29″ x 2.2″ TR. £3800
  • Lynx 5 27.5″ Plus pro  120mm Frame (Ex928) Bosch Performance  CX motor. 500Wh battery 10 speed. Tyres Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5″ Plus x 2.8″ TR £4750

Atom Brose crank Motor.

  • Lynx 5 27.5″ plus 120mm Frame (Er908) Brose S Central Motor. 500Wh Battery. 10 speed Tyres: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5″ x 2.6″ TR. £3520
  • Lynx 6 27.5″ plus 160mm Frame. (Er988) Brose S Central Motor. 500Wh battery 10 speed.  Tyres Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5″ x 2.6″TR £4090


Bike Model BH Rebel Lynx 27.5″Plus PW-X RC
Battery Type Yamaha 500 Wh  (13.9Ah)
Power Yamaha PW-X 250W crank drive integrated motor
Charge Time Full charge 5 – 6 hrs but 80% fast charge in 1.5 hrs. .
Range Approx. 50 miles on medium power pedal assist
Maximum Speed 15.5 mph (25kph) for EU Law
Power Control Robust, highly visible scree.with changing LED lights.
Throttle Walk Start (No Pedalling) up to 4 mph (6kph)
Frame 140mm Full Suspension alloy 27.5″
Size Medium 440mm.  Large 480mm
Wheels Alexrims Volar 3.8 TR Stainless steel spokes. Joy Tech hubs Quick Release front wheel.
Tyres Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5Plus x 2.8TR
 Suspension Fork: Rock Shox Recon RL 140mm 15QR

Rear Shock: Rock Shox Monorch

Gears Shimano XP 10 sp. Crank FSA36T
Casette: Sunrace CSMS2 10sp (11 – 40T)
Brakes Type Shimano MT-500. 180mm mm front and rear  hydraulic disc brakes.
Handlebar stem  Tapered stem. Handlebars: BH MTB Alloy Riser 780mm
Chain KMC X10
Saddle Selle Royal Verve.  Eergon  GE10 Grips
Standard Equipment Seat Post: Kind Shock ETEN1 . Lock
Price £3800

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