BMC SLR02 Disc One review

BMC SLR02 Disc One review

There was a time when BMC’s bikes cut a unique swathe through the peloton or on the streets. Their dropped seatstays would mark out a BMC machine at 100m. Road bikes 2019: the future of road cycling Best road bikes: how to choose the right one for you They’re less distinctive now that other brands have also lowered and slimmed down their seatstays and BMC bikes have lost their little hollow triangle at the join of the top tube and seat tube. What they still retain is a pro race-developed huge polygon down tube, expanding from around 60mm wide at the head tube to nearer 80mm where it morphs seamlessly into the PF86 bottom bracket shell. For BMC, big really does mean beautiful. Less obvious is the asymmetric fork, with the disc side noticeably both deeper and wider, to cope with the forces generated by braking. It’s easy to understand ...

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