BMC Teammachine SLR01 ::: 6420gram

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Tillquist
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Here is my 2014 bike to replace BH G6.

Full Specification.

Frame: BMC Teammachine SLR01 - size 54
Fork: BMC Teammachine SLR01
Crankset: FSA K-Force light with Power2max Type-S
BB box: CeramicSpeed BB86, Coated Link
Chainring: Stronglight CT2 53t/39t
Bottle cage: Tune
Handelbar: 3T Ergosum Team
Stem: Ritchey Superligic Carbon C260 - 120mm with custom Garmin mount.
Headset: BMC
Top Cap: Kapz Full Custom Link
Seatpost: BMC Teammachine SLR01
Brakes caliper: Campagnolo skeleton Record with Swissstop TRP brakes shoes
Ergo levels: Campagnolo Super Record 11speed 2015 version
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 11speed 2015 version
Rear derailleur : Campagnolo Super Record 11speed 2015 version
Pedal: Time RXS Carbon
Chain: KMC X11SL gold
Sadel: Selle Italia SLR KIT CARBONIO Flow
Wire: Campagnolo
Cable housing: Campagnolo
Computer: Garmin Edge 1000
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Training Wheel's: Campagnolo Record / Mavic OpenPro Ceramic
Tires: Continental
Cassette: Campagnolo 11speed 11-23T
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Race Wheel's: Lightweight Gen3 and Zipp 303 '08
Tubulars: Continental Sprinter 22
Cassette: Campagnolo 11speed 11-23T
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Weight w/Mavic: 7240 gram
Weight w/Lightweight: 6420 gram
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by vlastrada

awesome bike!

what were the frame, fork and seat post weights?

ride report when you are ready :) enjoy!

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vlastrada wrote:awesome bike!

what were the frame, fork and seat post weights?

ride report when you are ready :) enjoy!


BMC SLR01 Frame............. 851 gram
Seatpost clamp................ 18,7 gram
Seatpost........................... 196 gram
Heat set bearings............ 56,9 gram
Heat set spacer............... 25,6 gram
BMC SLR01 fork uncut... 362,8 gram
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vlastrada
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by vlastrada

Cheers!

My 2013 SLR01 frame was ~ 980g for a 50cm....judging from the responsiveness of the 2014 version I tried, and the drop in weight,
the stiffness/weight ratio must have improved a quite a bit! ;-)

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by Jaycee

What wheels are in the picture ?

Tillquist
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Jaycee wrote:What wheels are in the picture ?


My Training Wheel's: Campagnolo Record hub / Mavic OpenPro Ceramic rim
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by Philbar72

looks epic, bet it goes really well as well! :D

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by J0s3m4

Simply awesome!, I hope you'll enjoy it ;)

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The bike is now upgraded with the new Campagnolo Super Record 11 Speed drivetrain. It shifts gears super good and accurate, probably the best Campagnolo has made to date.
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Hi Tillquist,

May i ask why you've gone back to round chainrings? Not satisfied about the oval chainrings? Does your TT bike still have ovalized chainrings?

I'm hesitating long time for using/trying some ovals but then i would have to change chainrings on all my bikes. Pretty expensive and i don't have a guarantee that it'll be a positive change for my riding style. I'm not a masher, more a +100rpm spinner.
*Light is beautiful*
BMC SLC01 5900g ... Litespeed Vortex 6300g ... Merida Carbon Lite 7000g ... Velocite Selene 8000g ... Argon18 E114 +/-8500g ... Trek 1500 9500g

Tillquist
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It is no particular reason. I wanted to run with round chainrings now.

Yes i still have O.Symetric on my TT bike :-)


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It is no particular reason. I wanted to run with round chainrings now.

Yes i still have O.Symetric on my BMC TM01, love them :-D


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by nestornnk

Nice frame with great parts.
I really like BMC frames and even better with Campy...

Enjoy !

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Tillquist wrote:
vlastrada wrote:awesome bike!

what were the frame, fork and seat post weights?

ride report when you are ready :) enjoy!


BMC SLR01 Frame............. 851 gram
Seatpost clamp................ 18,7 gram
Seatpost........................... 196 gram
Heat set bearings............ 56,9 gram
Heat set spacer............... 25,6 gram
BMC SLR01 fork uncut... 362,8 gram
interesting

My old 2013 slr 01 di2 frame size 57 weight ImageImageImageImageImage
Fork uncut


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