The journey of BH (Beistegui Hermanos translated "Beistegui Brothers" ) initiated in Eibar (Guipuzkoa, Spain), in 1909 as a result of the genius and enterprising spirit of three brothers: Cosme, Domingo and Juan Beistegui Albistegui.
The Company, which was initially founded as an arms manufacturer, gave a radical 180-degree turn following the First World War, and set out to provide a fast, comfortable and economic means of transport for the citizens of Eibar, Spain. The industry result was the development of very light, agile and reliable bicycles, and how one of the most successful brands was born. From that point onwards and as a result of its technological advances and abiding commitment to sport, BH has achieved a series of sporting triumphs, that has contributed several innovations to the world of cycling.
By 1935, BH was firmly settled in the Spanish cycling scene. The BH team had one of the best cyclists of the day in its ranks, the Belgian Gustave Deloor(1913 - 2002), who won the first two editions of the Vuelta a España in 1935 and 1936.
To date, BH has won 7 Vueltas a España (Tour of Spain) races.
BH has been the provider of several TDF Tour de France cycling teams, such as Liberty Seguros or AG2R.
In 1959, BH moved to a more modern and larger plant in Vitoria Spain, from which it has developed high quality bicycles and components for all cycling disciplines: road, mountain, all terrain, electric and even fitness and elliptical bicycles. The technological innovations developed by BH, such as the NEO range, the Ultralight frames, the Global Concept and the Lynx double suspension for MTBs, has allowed the brand to continue being ahead of its time and offer solutions to the demands made by the two-wheel enthusiasts.
More than 100 years after incorporation, the Beistegui family are still at the head of BH and continue to maintain the essence of a company that remains true to the values it was founded upon: innovation, research and technological development; social and environmental responsibility; dynamism, commitment, reliability and trustworthiness; and, above all, its passion for bicycles. And all this with the aim of continuing to offer sport and health products to the entire world.
The 2018 GRAVEL X DISC features a triple-butted Hydroformed Aluminium 7005 frame, which seeks to strike the perfect balance between light weight and stiffness. A full carbon fork balances and smooths out your ride, no matter the road surface.
Redesigned for 2018, the new ULTRALIGHT EVO DISC frame is based on the Ultralight EVO. The shape of the tubes have been optimized as well as the layout of the carbon fiber so that incorporating the disc brakes maintain the characteristic light weight and geometry of the Ultralight frames.
The 2018 BH G7 DISC road bike has been designed based on a combination of wind tunnel tests and computational fluid dynamics testing. The result is a frame with an innovative aerodynamic shape, incorporating equally aerodynamic disc brakes.
BH designed the new RX TEAM EVO DISC with collaboration and input from some of the most famous, experienced and demanding cyclocross riders in Europe. The frame incorporates the best design and implementation ideas of BH top-level bikes.
The BH QUARTZ DISC is designed and built as an endurance race bike with lightweight reactive disc brakes, offering optimal performance without sacrificing stability, while providing added safety in their performance.
The BH AEROLIGHT is the perfect triathlon bike for top-level triathletes. This highly tuned and refined bike is designed to cut through the wind, reach high speeds, take advantage of flat ground and give you the edge up hills.