BMC Timemachine TM01 Dura Ace Di2 Double 2013 Triathlon Bike

BMC Timemachine TM01 Dura Ace Di2 Double 2013 Triathlon Bike

The BMC Timemachine TM01 Dura Ace Di2 Double 2013 Triathlon Bike is their benchmark speed machine. The fastest bike in an Ironman distance bike split. That is not just a claim, it is a fact, since Andreas Raelert on his way to the new Ironman distance world record also went faster on the bike than anyone before. And the Timemachine TM01 also proved its qualities in the Pro Tour, most notably during Cadel Evans’ ride to victory on the penultimate day of the Tour de France 2011. The SubA concept and component integration ensure the best aerodynamic performance, but not compromising adjustability. The P2P stem gives you the choice of 32 different positions, add to that the adjustability of a modern handlebar and the P2P seatpost and you are sure to find your best fit on the TM01. Featuring Zipp’s Fircrest wheelset and Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain.

 

Shimano’s Di2 electronic gear shift system enables riders to shift gears with electronic shifters rather than conventional control levers. This system permits gear shifts that are faster than a mechanical system. Di2 is not affected by stretched or worn cables and the smoothness of electronic shifts can reduce shock on drivetrain components. It allows for an accurate and effortless shift.




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