Let's see your Swiss Machines // BMC

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spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

^ like.

sometimes I wish I went 64's... got CLX50's for TMR01. but I have Enve5.6 as well.

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FelixTheCat
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by FelixTheCat

My rig that was shipped to me today, can't wait to recieve it.

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Calvaire
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by Calvaire

Ran across this picture today.....my old BMC SLX01. Still my "fastest" bike I've ever owned. Absolute rocket and fun to ride.
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Calnago
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by Calnago

^Saddle height and saddle to bar drop please. Ha can’t even guess.
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Calvaire
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by Calvaire

Saddle height is 83, saddle to bar length is likely around 64cm.

That's a 19cm head tube so it's not ridiculously short, but it was definitely on the aggressive side. I tend to run pretty steep drops due to my long limbs.....works for me.

bilwit
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commute wheels on

oldturd
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by oldturd

holy cow that is sexy

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crux
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by crux

Amazing bike!

bilwit
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by bilwit

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Winter's on it's way out but rain season is starting back up here. Made a few changes to my Rainmachine:
  • PDW Full Metal Fenders Plus
  • ROTOR 3D24 170mm, Power2Max NG Eco
  • ROTOR noQ 52/36
  • Ultegra 11-30 cassette
  • Light-Bicycle CX56 rea, Industry Nine Torch hub, Continental GP4000S2 25mm
  • XTR R-MT900 160mm/140mm
8.2kg with the Wahoo Bolt on it (was around 7.9 with the DA9000 crank)

shuttlenote
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by shuttlenote

bilwit new wheels? And extralite stem correct?

spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

you should get some stickers made up.. Rainmachine01

bilwit
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by bilwit

shuttlenote wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2019 11:54 pm
bilwit new wheels? And extralite stem correct?
on the teammachine pic I've had these cheap chinese wheels with novatecs for a few years now, soon to be replaced with 35mm/45mm light-bicycles with industry nine hubs

on the roadmachine pic only the rear is new, running shallow rims always looked a bit off to me but I didn't want to sacrifice the practicality of the shallow front when crosswinds over lake washington can get bit a crazy at times and this is supposed to be a weather bike

both run the same extralite hyperstem

bilwit
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Trying a new look, covered the red/blue highlights with black vinyl, handcut the logo with white as best I could. Didn't come out perfect but I figured no one will really notice when I'm moving anyway. Down to 8.155kg as pictured.

ianeire
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by ianeire

What are the extensions you have to the PDWs?

bilwit
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by bilwit

ianeire wrote:
Sun May 26, 2019 10:57 pm
What are the extensions you have to the PDWs?
http://buddyflaps.com/product/plain

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