The Timemachine Disc is the ultimate triathlon machine, the most refined expression of pure aerodynamic performance featuring cutting-edge disc brake technology. It is a bike designed for progressive triathletes seeking the perfect synthesis of drag-defying aerodynamics, sublime handling, and world-traveler functionality. Extended research enabled us to scope out and achieve extraordinary aerodynamics through innovative disc brake integration for improved handling and a confident ride on the most technically demanding courses. A standout feature, the integrated caliper covers optimize airflow as it hits the bike, seamlessly woven into the frame design to achieve the class-leading integration that is the foundation of the Timemachine’s aero prowess. Along with an extensive rider positioning system and state-of-the-art component integration, the Timemachine Disc is the must-have bike for middle and long-distance triathlons or time trials. The Timemachine 01 Disc frameset features 01 Premium carbon, flat mount disc brakes with caliper covers, a triathlon-specific cockpit, and dual-mount seatpost.
The Teammachine has won them all; the Tour de France, the Olympics, World Championships, and grueling Classics. Despite its success, BMC hasn't been resting on their laurels: to stand still means being overtaken — to remain at the top, the best must evolve. To bring you the new Teammachine, BMC pushed the boundaries of advanced cycling technology. Its creation has been all-encompassing. First, they gathered feedback from professional riders — no one knows the Teammachine better than they do. BMC also sought advice from partners outside of the industry to make sure they had access to the latest scientific research. They leveraged decades of in-house carbon expertise and explored the possibilities by applying our ground-breaking ACE Technology. The result is the pinnacle of performance in competitive cycling: the world’s raciest balance of lightweight, stiffness, and compliance, perfected with maximal integration and Swiss design. Let there be no doubts, BMC is ready to continue dominating the peloton. Riders looking for carbon advantages with an accessible price will benefit from this excellent offering. The Teammachine SLR03 ONE utilizes many advanced features of BMC's carbon designs — Advanced Composite Evolution (ACE) tubing, tapered steerer tube, and ultra-stiff PF86 bottom bracket, to name a few. The frame is paired with a reliable Shimano 105 drivetrain and Mavic CSP rims laced to Shimano RS400 hubs. Vittoria Zaffiro Pro Slick tires and carefully designed BMC cockpit components round out the build.
Meet the Teammachine ALR: BMC's budget-conscious top performer. From city limit sprints to local crits and all-day alpine raids, the Teammachine ALR is ready to meet any challenge. Like your best teammate, it thrives when called to the task of riding hard. The stiffness and low weight of its finely engineered aluminum frame are packaged in a truly Swiss design for a distinguished and fast ride. Blending that high-end aluminum core with sophisticated carbon components like the ACE Technology fork and the D-Shaped seatpost, the Teammachine ALR is the ultimate synthesis of raw power transfer and carbon-tuned ride quality. The Teammachine ALR is your access point to performance road riding. Featuring triple-butted aluminum tubing and smoothweld technology, plus internal cable routing, the Teammachine ALR ONE is one sleek ride. A carbon fork keeps the weight low while simultaneously smoothing out road bumps. The frame utilizes Tuned Compliance Concept, meaning it's stiff in the right places for efficient power transfer, but compliant at the same time for those all-day rides. Trusted Shimano 105 drivetrain components result in crisp, accurate shifting, and matching 105 brakes provide smooth, consistent braking. Rounding out the build are Mavic CXP rims laced to Shimano RS400 hubs, resulting in a reliable wheelset that's also durable. Balancing performance, quality, and an accessible price, BMC has put together a great road bike in the Teammachine ALR.
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