BMC SLR01

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nismosr
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by nismosr

poppiholla wrote:great bike but love your pictures more. What camera did you use?


Thanks
first set of pictures I used a Canon 5D2 with 50mm 1.2 lens.

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poppiholla
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by poppiholla

Thanks..that is a serious camera!! :thumbup:

plpete
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by plpete

That is seriously one of the nicest bikes out at the moment. Beautiful build :thumbup: If I can sell my Giro Cervelo RS I'd be all over that frameset :lol:

gifted child
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by gifted child

Super nice build! :thumbup:

munk93
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by munk93

Awesome bike and pictures. I love when people uses the ground behind the bike as background for the bike. Would be nice to see more users doing that. The bike is just beautyful. Also nice to see the classic bends. Your bike is reflecting my taste almost 100 %. :up:

BigBadBakes
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by BigBadBakes

What kind of seat is that?

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nismosr
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by nismosr

Thanks all, the Tune Speedneedle became my favorite saddle I find it very comfortable even in long rides. I actually bought another one on my other bike.

Sibe
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by Sibe

WOW!!!!!

dellpan
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by dellpan

Perfect result, it is very beautiful. :)
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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Perfect Bike

nismosr
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by nismosr

Thank you all, the THM Crankset was removed on installed on my new S5 and it was replace by clavicula crankset.

plpete
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by plpete

Both bikes look great :beerchug: I've been searching for a mechanical SLR01 frame in 53cm but they seem to be unbelievably hard to find!

nismosr
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by nismosr

plpete wrote:Both bikes look great :beerchug: I've been searching for a mechanical SLR01 frame in 53cm but they seem to be unbelievably hard to find!


I think there's 53cm frameset on ebay right now.

plpete
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by plpete

nismosr wrote:
plpete wrote:Both bikes look great :beerchug: I've been searching for a mechanical SLR01 frame in 53cm but they seem to be unbelievably hard to find!


I think there's 53cm frameset on ebay right now.


I'm checking there none stop and haven't seen one. They have 47, 50, 55 and 57 but no 53 :( There were few bikes but haven't gotten replies from sellers. Has to be mechanical version too.

by Weenie


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