Bmc Teammachine Slr1 Four Review

Joe Robinson Friday, March 26, 2021 - 12:29 The Teammachine SLR1 Four is a bike that's almost too good to be true 4.5 / 5 £6,500 The BMC Teammachine is an exceptional bike. Since its launch in 2011, there have been four iterations, all of which have been tested by a member of the Cyclist team, and all of which have been adorned with the highest praise. The first version of the bike, launched in 2011 and guided to Tour de France glory by Cadel Evans the same year, drew a line in the sand for how modern race bikes would perform going forward. It was light, stiff, it had dropped seatstays. Later versions pushed boundaries too, with the 2017 Teammachine being the first WorldTour bike to embrace disc brakes, remain aggressive and weigh in at that magical 6.8kg mark. And most recently, the Cyclis t team even declared the ...

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