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BMC Teammachine SLR02 Disc Three 2020 - Road Bike

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Product Description

Is there anyone better qualified than an ex-World Champion and Tour de France winner to vouch for the Teammachine?

It’s a bike that he’d pick from any line-up, and a bike that he tells all his friends to buy – in fact, the former GC contender can’t count the number of times he’s sung the praises of this ground-breaking road bike. “I still have a first generation SLR at home which I ride regularly, even today,” explains the Australian. “It was a revelation back then – this SLR simply got better as the roads got longer and rougher. And this is also the same bike that loves punching up short steep climbs, and carves corners with pinstripe precision. ”

High praise from Cadel, who is known for his extraordinarily high standards, demanding the precise interplay of comfort and stiffness. “From the first generation SLR in 2010, the unmatched compliance and comfort was what initially won my heart,” he continues. “Riding the Tour de France and watching many of my competitors having to get out of the saddle over rough sections of road whilst we could comfortably stay seated and pedal, even in the later stages of the race is what left us fresher for the business end of things. My personal favourite is a stealth black sub-six-kilogram version we built for my participation in the Taiwan KOM.” Cadel has ridden more one-off Teammachines than anyone else, but colourway and build kit aside, the ride continues to impress him. Where to next?

Accelerated Composites Evolution Technology (ACE)
Our ACE technology evaluates thousands of frameset designs, streamlining years of physical testing and prototyping to ensure the final product delivers the performance riders demand.

Integrated Cockpit System (ICS)
The aesthetic simplicity and innovative functionality of the Integrated Cockpit is the epitome of Swiss engineering and design. ICS keeps cables and housing in their place: out of sight.

Tuned Compliance Concept (TCC) Race
All-day race compliance: designed to keep you fresh over long days of racing and intense training. Road vibrations are filtered out for a smooth and efficient ride.

Dual Transmission Integration (DTi)
Aesthetics shouldn’t be an afterthought. Our DTi allows BMC frames to look and ride like the precision machines we designed them to be, regardless of drivetrain variations.

Asymmetric Tube Design
Frame stiffness where necessary and compliant where desired for a balanced ride and intuitive feel.

D-Shaped Seatpost
The D-shape delivers more compliance and has less material for a lighter overall weight.

Ultra-Light Thru-Axle Design
Proprietary, super-light thru-axle and sandwich derailleur hanger to keep weight low.

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

Specification

Frame:Teammachine SLR02, PF86 bottom bracket, Flat Mount, 12x142mm thru-axle
Fork:Teammachine SLR 02 Carbon Disc, TCC Race, Flat Mount, 12x100mm thru-axle
Stem:BMC RSM01, w/ computer and camera mount
Bars:BMC RAB 02, ergo top shape, compact bend
Front Brake:Shimano Ultegra, SM-RT800 Rotors 160mm
Rear Brake:Shimano Ultegra, SM-RT800 Rotors 140mm
Front Mech:Shimano Ultegra
Rear Mech:Shimano Ultegra
Shifters:Shimano Ultegra, Hydraulic
Speed:22
Rims:DT Swiss P 1850 db 23
Front Hub:DT Swiss P 1850 db 23, Thru Axle
Rear Hub:DT Swiss P 1850 db 23, Thru Axle
Front Tyre:Vittoria Rubino, 25mm
Rear Tyre:Vittoria Rubino, 25mm
Seat Post:Teammachine SLR02 "D" Carbon, 15mm offset
Saddle:Fizik Antares R7, manganese
Chainset:Shimano Ultegra, 52-36T 2x11
Chain:Shimano Ultegra
Cassette:Shimano Ultegra, 11-30T
Pedals:Basic Resin Flat

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Teammachine SLR02 Disc Sizing

Teammachine SLR02 Disc Sizing

Size

47

51

54

56

58

61

Rider height (cm)

<166

166-174

172-180

178-186

184-192

>190

Stack (mm)

506

530

550

565

584

608

Reach (mm)

367

377

386

392

401

409

Seat tube length (mm)

423

468

513

534

554

584

Top tube length (mm)

517

535

550

560

575

590

Head tube length (mm)

113

133

153

168

188

213

Seat tube angle °

73.5

73.5

73.5

73.5

73.5

73.5

Head angle °

70.5

72

72.5

72.5

72.5

72.5

Rear centre (mm)

410

410

410

410

410

410

Front centre (mm)

570

575

587

596

611

627

Wheelbase (mm)

970

975

986

996

1012

1027

BB Drop (mm)

69

69

69

69

69

69

Fork length (mm)

365

365

365

365

365

365

Fork rake (mm)

41.6

41.6

41.6

41.6

41.6

41.6

Trail (mm)

76

66

63

63

63

63

Crank length (mm)

170

170

172.5

172.5

172.5

175

Stem length (mm)

90

100

110

120

120

120

 Stem angle °

8

8

8

8

8

8

Bar width (mm)

400

420

420

410

440

440

Bar drop (mm)

123

123

123

123

123

123

Bar reach

77

77

77

77

77

77

Seatpost length (mm)

300

300

330

330

330

330

Seatpost offset (mm)

15

15

15

15

15

15

Standover (mm)

726

754

779

797

814

843

Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

Road Bike Guide

 

Road Bike Guide

Is a Road Bike Right for Me?

If you’re new to the cycling world, we highly recommend taking a look at our bike buying guide overview or our road bike buying guide to help you decide what type of bike is right for your needs.

When you’re choosing a road bike, there are a few things to look out for which can help you work out the quality and performance you can expect from a particular model.


Usage

What road bike is right for you? There are a few different kinds of road bike, and they all have their specialities. We break down their strengths and usage in an easy to read table below.

Type of Road Bike

Usage

Pros

Cons

Sportive Road

Long distance, training, sportive and endurance riding, as well as rough roads.

Comfortable, relaxed geometry is more accessible for riders new to road cycling.

Not as aggressive or stiff, so serious racers may look for a road race bike.

Road Race

Racing and training.

Lightweight, aggressive geometry for most efficient riding position.

Range limited to tarmac roads and cycle paths.

Aero Race

Road and criterium racing.

Aero dynamically efficient and fast. Stiff frames and aggressive geometry.

Heavier than road race bikes.

Flat Bar Road

Training and commuting. Comfortable, fast city riding.

Upright riding position is great for training and city riding.

Limited options of bikes. MTB-like position not great for racing.

Type of Road Bike / Usage

Pros

Cons

Sportive Road

Long distance, training, sportive and endurance riding, as well as rough roads.

Comfortable, relaxed geometry is more accessible for riders new to road cycling.

Not as aggressive or stiff, so serious racers may look for a road race bike.

Road Race

Racing and training.

Lightweight, aggressive geometry for most efficient riding position.

Range limited to tarmac roads and cycle paths.

Aero Race

Road and criterium racing.

Aero dynamically efficient and fast. Stiff frames and aggressive geometry.

Heavier than road race bikes.

Flat Bar Road

Training and commuting. Comfortable, fast city riding.

Upright riding position is great for training and city riding.

Limited options of bikes. MTB-like position not great for racing.

 

 


Frame Material

The vast majority of road bikes are made from either aluminium alloy or carbon fibre. Alloy bikes can offer higher tier groupsets for a lower price, whereas carbon frames come at a significant premium, but are lighter and give that extra performance advantage.

Aluminium

Aluminium alloy frames
Alloy frames have come a long way recently, using hydroforming and butting to keep the weight low, while keeping stiffness high.

Carbon fibre

Carbon fibre composite frames
Carbon frames have a lighter weight and greater stiffness, while maintaining excellent comfort.


Fork

Road bike forks are made to be lightweight and stiff, giving accurate steering, as well as a comfortable ride. Budget road bikes will have alloy forks, whereas mid-range forks often have mix-material forks, with alloy steerer tubes and carbon fork blades. Carbon bladed forks deliver a more comfortable ride, absorbing road vibrations and flexing slightly in rough roads. Full carbon forks are found on high end road bikes. They are especially lightweight and offer even greater stiffness.


Groupset

A bike’s groupset, or drivetrain, is where the biggest difference in component quality is seen. A complete groupset comprises of the following parts:

  • Chainset (aka Crankset)
  • Bottom bracket
  • Brakes
  • Brake levers
  • Shifters
  • Front & rear derailleur
  • Chain
  • Cassette
 Shimano LogoSRAM LogoCampagnolo Logo
Professional Dura-Ace Di2 Red eTap
eTap AXS
Super Record EPS
  Dura-Ace Red eTap
eTap
Super Record
    Red  
Enthusiast Ultegra Di2 Force eTap
eTap AXS
 
    Force  
  Ultegra   Record
  105 Rival  
  Tiagra Apex Chorus
Entry Sora    
  Claris   Centaur
  Tourney    

 

 

Road groupsets are supplied by Shimano, SRAM or Campagnolo. Having reliable and fast shifting can make all the difference when pushing hard. The majority of road bikes have double chainring drivetrains, while triple chainring setups are usually only found on low end bikes and touring bikes. Road bikes will have 7-12 speeds in the rear, with higher gears meaning more options for smoother riding.


Brakes

Disc Brakes

Disc brakes
Disc brakes offer greater stopping power and modulation. They work as well in wet as dry weather, and don’t require the rims to be replaced periodically. They come at a weight penalty, however.

Calliper Rim Brakes

Calliper rim brakes
Rim brakes are lightweight and easy to maintain. They allow greater aerodynamics for aero road bikes and


Wheels & Tyres

Types of tyres

Road bikes tyres don’t vary as much as mountain bike or even hybrid, but they still make a huge difference to how the bike rides. For a detailed look into road bike tyres, see our guide.

Road tyres have long been offered as either clincher or tubular. Clincher tyres are the standard tyres that fit onto standard rims with a tube holding the air. Tubular tyres are glued to a special tubular rim and are fully encased, doing without a tube.

Tubeless tyres are now a feature of road bikes, delivering a compromise between tubular and clincher tyres. They look the same as clincher tyres, but pair up with special rims to offer a proper seal within the tyres, also doing away with tubes.

Tyre Size

Road tyres are traditionally quite narrow. Nowadays the accepted standard is 25c, but 23c and 28c tyres are very common too. The larger the size tyre, the more comfortable they will be, but they will also be heavier and potentially slower rolling. Sportive and flat bar road bikes will commonly have wider tyres, whereas race and aero road bike will tend towards narrower tyres.

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Please Note: Due to the current circumstances we are experiencing high demand so we may take a little longer than usual to despatch your order. Our Warehouse and Bike Build team are up and running as normal and we are taking active measures to ensure that we are following the government guidance with social distancing and additional health & safety measures have been put in place throughout the business. Please rest assured we will do everything we can to get your order to you as quickly as possible.

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We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

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If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.

What's In The Box

What's In The Box

As cyclists ourselves, we know you will be keen to get out on your new bike as soon as possible. That's why we provide you with all the essential kit you need to get your shiny new bike rolling for the first time.

Most bikes don't come with pedals as standard so we include a set of basic pedals, free of charge with every bike we send out. We will also provide you with a pedal spanner to fit them and a 9-key trail tool, along with full instructions for setting your bike up out of the box. Each bike is sent out with a 16 point, quality control check sheet so you can be confident that your bike has been fully checked by our qualified mechanics.

What's in the box
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All these items are provided at no extra charge and are packed into a Tredz drawstring bag that doubles up as a handy backpack for carrying your ride essentials.

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