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2011 BMC Team Machine SLR01 Road Bike

2011 bmc team machine slr01 road bike   2011 BMC Team Machine SLR01 Road Bike

Next to the Impec is the 2011 BMC Team Machine SLR01. The Team Machine was rode by BMC Racing Team member George Hincapie.

The BMC 2011 Team Machine SLR01 combines top quality carbon materials. The seat stays, forks and seatpost are TCC. TCC absorbs vibrations and adds comfort to the 2011 Team Machine.

Two colors, white and red, are available for the 2011 BMC Team Machine. Both colors come with their own groupset. The white Team Machine features SRAM Red, and the red utilizes Campagnolo Super Record.

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2011 BMC Time Machine TT01, TT02 Time Trial

2011 bmc time machine tt01 tt02 time trial   2011 BMC Time Machine TT01, TT02 Time Trial

Dressed up as a complete at InterBike, the 2011 BMC Time Machine TT01 and TT02 is available only as a frameset.

First we introduce the 2011 BMC Time Machine TT01, which is manufactured in Switzerland using the 3-P system. The 3-P system collects all key measurements from cyclists, then the frame is manufactured for the individual. A part of the frameset is the BMC TT01 Carbon fork. One color scheme is available, passion red/naked carbon and a gloss finish.

Taking a step down from the TT01 is the 2011 BMC TT02. Built on stability, the BMC 2011 Time Machine TT02 uses a custom carbon seatpost, triple butted aluminum, and airfoil continuum. Also, only available as a frameset, the forks are Blade TT02. Colorways are offered in pure white/naked carbon and gloss finish.

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2011 BMC Race Machine RM01 Road Bike

2011 bmc race machine rm01 road bike   2011 BMC Race Machine RM01 Road Bike

Using Swiss design and technology, BMC introduces the 2011 Race Machine RM01 road bike.

The BMC 2011 Race Machine RM01 adopted the Team Machine design, with the triangle shape tubing placed between the top tube and down tube. A sturdy bottom bracket ensures power is transferred to the road and not lost.

A TCC carbon seatpost is used, which absorbs vibration to ensure riding longer periods.

The 2011 BMC Race Machine RM01 features a tapered steerer tube on the TCC fork, adding stiffness and steering precision.

Two colors are available, white and blue, but the interesting part is the component options for each. The 2011 Race Machine in white comes with SRAM and Easton components, and the blue model uses Shimano, Easton, and Mavic.

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2011 BMC Teamelite TE01 Carbon Hardtail

2011 bmc teamelite te01 carbon hardtail   2011 BMC Teamelite TE01 Carbon Hardtail

BMC top hardtail mountain bike, the TE01 debuts for 2011.

The 2011 BMC Teamelite TE01 carbon hardtail has multiple options for its complete build. BMC made mention on the frames geometry, which is race tested, and uses a innovative TCC for speed and handling. As you can assume, the 2011 TE01 is light with its design, and is made of high quality carbon on the iSC frame.

As mentioned, you have options for a complete build, and two types of BMC 2011 Teamelite TE01 are available to the market, known as distributor and direct. In a nutshell, distributor market is where BMC appoints a importer in the specific country. Direct market is owns the control of distribution, for example Switzerland, Germany, France, and USA.

So now to the builds, the drivetrain options are Shimano XTR XC and Sram XX. When it comes to the wheelset your choices…

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2011 BMC Impec Road Bike

2011 bmc impec 300x215   2011 BMC Impec Road BikeBMC introduces the Impec for its 2011 line. Short for the word “Impeccable”, BMC hails this bike to be the first entirely machine made bike. BMC has a patented robotic loom which did the carbon tubing weaving at precision level. The frame is held by the Shell Node concept. They are compressed carbon composite injection-molded two-piece parts.

The 2011 BMC Impec weighs 6.8kg and comes in two fits, the Race and Performance. Each fit has five frame sizes and follows the same geometry. It also has two color schemes. For the Team model, it comes in red shell Nodes and natural carbon tubes. As for the Noble, it will have a satin carbon finish.

Pricing for the Impec starts at $7,999 with SRAM Red components and Easton EC90 wheels. The 2011 BMC Impec will be available in September.

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BMC Impec Road Bike Introduced at 2010 Tour de France

bmc impec road bike introduced 2010 tour de france   BMC Impec Road Bike Introduced at 2010 Tour de France

Although we are looking forward to the 11th stage of the Tour de France, BMC issued a press release about the new BMC Impec road bike which debut during the 2010 Tour. Cadel Evans and George Hincapie will ride during the tour on a BMC Impec. Also known as the Impecable bike, this BMC uses a entirely full carbon frame, the first manufactured in the world.

Road racing bikes are made of conventionally laminated carbon, and each frame consisting of dozens of carbon fiber sheets glued together. Now, with years of research, BMC and owner Andy Rihs has built a factory to construct frames for the new flagship model. Manufacturing procedures and technologies were created and patented by BMC, which in the end resulted to the Impec. Automatically produced of carbon tubing, using precise load bearing properties. The tubes can be woven individually…

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BMC Training Camp Road Bikes

bmc training camp road bikes   BMC Training Camp Road Bikes

The BMC ProTour team features renowned riders such as Cadel Evans, Alessandro Ballan and George Hincapie. And take a look at the beautiful bikes these pros ride. Cadel Evans and Alessandro Ballan are both pedaling custom-painted BMC Promachine SLC01s and Geroge Hincapie rides a BMC Racemaster SLX 01. All three of the road bikes are trimmed with Campagnolo Super Record groups, Easton Carbon wheels, Selle Italia saddles, Easton bars, stems and seatposts.

Source: Velonews

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