Home > Other Fun Stuff > Advocacy & Industry News > News

Prototype BiXS Lane Downhill Bike is being ridden by Beyond Racing Team in Leogang

Support us! Bikerumor may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn More

Switzerland-based bike brand, BiXS, is developing its first ever downhill mountain bike, currently being piloted by Abby Hogie and Anna Newkirk of the Beyond Racing Team. This weekend, the two will race their new BiXS Lane DH Bikes at Round 3 of the UCI World Cup Downhill, on the slippery steeps of Leogang, Austria. Here’s a closer look at the prototype.

BiXS Lane DH Prototype

bixs lane dh prototype downhill mountain bike leogang austria

Details are a little thin on the ground, but the pictures on the Beyond Racing Team website reveal some of the more import ones. The BiXS Lane DH prototype actually looks to be very close to production, with a full carbon frame and aluminum rocker driving the shock of the Horst-Link suspension platform.

anna newkirk abby hogie beyond racing team world cup dh 2022 bixs lane dh prototype

bixs lane dh mtb headtube

We got in touch with Christian Evers of Intercycle Ag, the parent company of BiXS, to learn more about the bikes being raced at the World Cup this weekend. He said, “The LANE is our newly developed enduro platform which will soon be available to the public. Minor modifications on the rocker and seatstay helped the bike to [deliver] more rear shock travel and changed its geometry and kinematics. The main goals of the project are research and development but not to forget the great passion for growth, racing and the sport of mountain biking”.

He also shared with us a geometry chart; the medium frame sports a reach of 438mm, a chainstay length of 437mm, and a head tube angle of 63.5°.

bixs lane dhe horst link rocker

bixs lane dh medium frame geometry

We look forward to sharing more details about the Lane DH as and when they become available. We wish the girls the best of luck this weekend!

bixs lane dh


Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Subscribe Now

Sign up to receive BikeRumor content direct to your inbox.

Subscribe Now

Sign up to receive BikeRumor content direct to your inbox.