BMC TMR01 48cm

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by dudemanppl

When you best price just a little too hard....

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by dudemanppl

istigatrice wrote:
Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:10 am
Either case looks like you have really short legs and a super long effective torso!
5'6" (168cm) with long legs and a short torso actually. :P Wingspan same as height too. I've done a decent of 2 hour trainer rides on this thing and it works pretty well. Position also holds up on the road as well.

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by istigatrice

Well that's a surprise! I'm hoping you have greater hip flexibility than the general public otherwise I better revise everything I thought I knew.

What I meant wasn't your positioning on the bike or your bike fit, but rather how the bike handles (e.g. does it track straight when you're sprinting, how does it respond to changes in line, does it flop at low speeds etc).
I write the weightweenies blog, hope you like it :)

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by dudemanppl

Haha yeah I'm not uncomfortable at all on the bike. My Stelbel has 59mm of trail and that feels good.

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by CLEAR

dudemanppl... curious to know whats your bb-saddle top height, or your inseam? mine is 70-70.5cm BB-Saddle and 80cm inseam there about and wondering should i get 48 or 51 or even 54 to get the similar look as yours in 48.

thanks
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by dudemanppl

~~~70cm.

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by ultyguy

How’s the braking? Mushy feel on the front? Any rim touch there? Heard it’s hard to center. Any rub from the rear? I had an AR1 but couldn’t get over the rear brake rub from the chainstay mounted brake...


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Ok, that's nice. Position looks great, to me.

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Do you ride it or just lean it on walls ;) pics needed from these 13.1mph sessions.

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by TonyM

$ 1,500 ? We better not ask how you sourced that frame and their parts ...🤪🤪

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by asiantrick

when will this bike be for sale? :)

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ultyguy wrote:
Thu Feb 22, 2018 11:10 am
How’s the braking? Mushy feel on the front? Any rim touch there? Heard it’s hard to center. Any rub from the rear? I had an AR1 but couldn’t get over the rear brake rub from the chainstay mounted brake...


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i have an AR1 and dont get any rear brake rub

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by AyBee

$1,500 including the powermeter? That's insane - was it legal? :P

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by muffinman

asiantrick wrote:
Thu Feb 22, 2018 6:12 pm
when will this bike be for sale? :)
lmao it already is

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