BMC TMR01 2014 SR11 EPS build

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phj804
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Location: Tokyo

by phj804

Hi, i am new to posting on the site but have been reading the forum for a while, thought i would add the new bike build, i upgraded from pinarello fp3 with super record 11 and shamal wheels.

BMC TMR01 2014 Frame (54cm)
Campy SR11 EPS (interrnal wiring, external battery - in seat bag until the internal battery gets released)
Record chain, record rear cassette 11-25, non Ti SR crank
3T ergonova team bar
3T arx2 stealth stem
Lightweight Meilenstein Tubular
Conti competition tyres 22mm
Elite Paron Bottle cages
Fizik R1 carbon rail saddle, fizik bar tape
Time xpresso 12 pedals
Bar fly 2.0 and garmin 510
bike weighed in at 6.75kg with saddle bag, pedals and bottle cages, without barfly and Garmin, hoping this will drop below 6.5kg with internal and no bag.
Let me know what you think, also i would be interested in suggestions on how to fit the garmin speed / cadence sensor, with the rear brake position and magnet in the wheels, have a slight headache.

Would like to thank Taku at Alpha Cycle in Tokyo for putting it all together for me.
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ill principe
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by ill principe

This thread deserves larger pictures!

phj804
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by phj804

let my try, but the photo size limit is a pita

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by Frankie - B

please use a third party site, like Flickr ;)
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

agfu
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by agfu

phj804 wrote:also i would be interested in suggestions on how to fit the garmin speed / cadence sensor, with the rear brake position and magnet in the wheels, have a slight headache.



Sweet looking build :beerchug: , am trying to put together something very similar and was also wondering if anyone had a solution for the Garmin Speed/Cadence senor placement on the chainstays

trikobe
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by trikobe

I don't know about the garmin, but I use a Bontrager speed/cadence sensor and with the thick chainstay on the TMR, it works great. I place a magnet on the end of the pedal spindle so its very tidy.

RichieE46
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by RichieE46

Larger pics please! Very nice build! Wish I could afford that frame or wheels haha.

Agfu... If you are looking for a cleaner look, someone on here did a writeup about drilling their Cadence sensor on the bottom-side of the chainstay

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simond
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by simond

I'm currently just finishing a TMR01 build.

Your bike looks nice!

I keep tools etc in my jersey and have put a cage at the back instead. Worth considering as i read the TMR01 aero wise isn't great when using frame mounted bottles. Also a zipp aero bar can make a dramatic difference watts wise unless u need a ergo bar for medical reasons like moi.

Weight wise, i would leave it as it is.

Happy riding.

dereksmalls
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by dereksmalls

Stunning! But would like a picture without the saddle bag!

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