2021 BMC Teammachine

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Ritxis
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spdntrxi wrote:
Sun Jan 31, 2021 6:52 pm
MrCurrieinahurry wrote:
Sun Jan 31, 2021 5:38 pm
That chain is ImageImage
and the Hunts.. :noidea:
what's so weird about the Hunts? Hunt is team partner

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slake21
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by slake21

dkvbiker wrote:
Sun Jan 31, 2021 5:18 pm
the assos quebeka version
Cool, I was a bit worried that BMC would leave the team, beacuse they're already sponsoring A2GR.
That also means there will be two teams (for the first time?) with BMC bikes! :beerchug:

Edit: and they're using Goodyear tires :thumbup: (like me)
2019 BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc • 7.2kg

HankSc0rpi0
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by HankSc0rpi0

For anyone interested, I bought a Teammachine SLR01 Three last week in size 54 and no issue with clearance on my Enve SES 4.5 AR discs running 28mm tires which come out at 30.5mm. Will post pics next week. Bike in shop having steerer cut.

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by HankSc0rpi0

Teammachine slr01 three with Enve 4.5 disc ar's and Fizik Vento Argo r1 saddle. Force Axs chain and cassette swapped out for red. A lot quieter, Will likely change the bars to Enve SES AR's also, which will allow me to run the brakehose inside the bar right up to the stem so 100% hidden.
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by wrs

Hinloopen wrote:
Mon Jan 04, 2021 6:07 pm
BMC Switzerland and Campagnolo Srl have unveiled the AG2R Citroën Teammachine SLR01 for the 2021 WT season. Check out a beautiful video of the bike being built:

This is such a spectacular bike. Great combination with the Bora WTOs!

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by ccie6872

Any recommendations on a goodplace in the US to buy a BMC frameset perferabbly outside of CA to avoid sales tax?
Current garage -
Factor Ostro
Pinarello Dogma F12
Wilier Filante

HankSc0rpi0
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by HankSc0rpi0

I want to replace the 15mm offset teammachine seatpost with an inline version. This corresponds to part 301143 in the BMC FY18 parts catalog and seems to the only version available to buy online. The post is 330mm in length.
https://www.bike24.com/p2323746.html

However checking the BMC FY20 parts catalog for the same post reveals a different part nyumber and from checking the BMC manual it's 400mm length.
"301896 teammachine SLR01 seatpost, 0mm offset"
https://bmc-switzerland.s3.amazonaws.co ... t+list.pdf

Does anyone know if their might be any other differences ? I have read about slipping BMC seatposts from 2018 era onwards and just wondering if BMC have made any design changes to the 2021 version other than the length.

Also, is it simply a matter of loosening the clamp, removing old post, installing new post (carbon paste on sides and back first), and tightening the clamp. Or will I have to regrease the wedge first or do any other faffing around.

Thanks

unclearv
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by unclearv

I bought the "301143" from bike24 and it was 400mm for my 2018 SLR02.

I veguely recall both 330mm and 400mm options with only 400mm in stock...

Maybe there is a design change for 2020?

HankSc0rpi0
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by HankSc0rpi0

Thanks for the info.
I found this. Clearly says used on MY21 SLR01/SLR and 400mm long. This is what I have now, and mine has 15mm setback.
https://www.bmc-switzerland.com/intl_en ... 1-slr.html

I also found this. And you can see this the for MY18 to MY20 SLR01 seatposts.
https://www.bmc-switzerland.com/intl_en ... tpost.html
And you can see above from the name "301896" which correponds to the post available in the MY20 parts catalog (https://bmc-switzerland.s3.amazonaws.co ... t+list.pdf). So looks like this is the post availble from Bike24.

My guess is they must have changed something in the design (perhaps the weight or carbon layup) in 2021 if they are using a different part number. And I'd really have no way of knowiing even if I bought the post. In actual fact if you look at the BMC spec on the 2021 SLR01 and compare it to the SLR, they lilst the SRL01 having a premium carbon seatpost and the SLR as just a carbon seatpost. So my guess is there is no 2021 SLR01 post in the retail channel yet.

To be honest it's a pure indulgence. My position is good. It is just I have my saddle pretty much all the forward and cannot mount my ortlieb micro saddle bag as not enough horitzontal rail so I will probably buy a silca seat roll asymetrico which can mount on the curved part of the rails. Also there is a slighy cosmetic blemish on the post as it slipped during the fit. Probably not worth spending 200 euro on a replacement.

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by sigma

ccie6872 wrote:
Sat Feb 20, 2021 2:51 pm
Any recommendations on a goodplace in the US to buy a BMC frameset perferabbly outside of CA to avoid sales tax?
Try Contender bikes in Salt Lake City, UT or R&A in Brooklyn, NY.
S-works Tarmac SL6
S-Works Venge
Factor VAM 02 disc
Trek Domane 2016 SLR
Open U.P. gravel 2016
Factor One rim v2
Factor LS in progress
Cannondale Black Inc Scalpel 2017

ccie6872
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by ccie6872

sigma wrote:
Sun Feb 21, 2021 10:45 pm
ccie6872 wrote:
Sat Feb 20, 2021 2:51 pm
Any recommendations on a goodplace in the US to buy a BMC frameset perferabbly outside of CA to avoid sales tax?
Try Contender bikes in Salt Lake City, UT or R&A in Brooklyn, NY.
thx!
Current garage -
Factor Ostro
Pinarello Dogma F12
Wilier Filante

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by thestevo

Replaced the original 42cc alu handlebar: weighted 330gr..!

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by neomoz

Ettore wrote:
Sun Sep 06, 2020 1:09 pm
Hw44 wrote:
Sun Sep 06, 2020 10:48 am
Hello everyone.
I just finished building SLR FOUR on Shimano 205 and noticed there is no option to fit ICS stem so have cables fully internally. I was thinking you can buy ICS stem and just replace it with original but the fork is different to SLR01. Do anyone know If I am wrong and missing something ? The fork is round so I think you cannot only replace stem but fork as well. 😔
Hi, you are correct, the SLR01 and SLR are different bikes, with a different layup as well. The internal cable routing is only possible on BMC’s with a flat steerer, and every SLR01 has a flat steerer, and every SLR has a round steerer. Mounting the ICS stem is possible on both, but just because you have an ICS stem, does not mean that you can run cables through the bearings. If you’re set on running cables internally, I would sell the bike and buy and SLR01. But of course, an SLR01 starts at more than twice the price of the bike you have now..
I'm looking at a SLR one, it comes with the ICS2 stem but I was told by the shop that this model is an exception and has the same square fork as the 01 models, so it's possible to interally route the cables if you want. Anyone who owns this model can you confirm your fork is the squared off steerer and you have the hole in the back of the steerer tube to interally route it?

I prefer the stock external routing for ease of maintanence, but it's nice to know if I can change my mind I can get someone to redo the routing to be internal, especailly once I dial in my stack height.

Klaiping
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by Klaiping

I have an SLR One and was curious if it had the square steerer, unfortunately it doesnt :(

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by Jonolsson

And 2022?

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