BMC announce the Roadmachine: a do-it-all endurance road bike

For riders who want it all, this is the bike of choice. From axle to axle, the new Roadmachine delivers sleek and integrated technologies, offering a hint of free speed from every angle. Combined with the ultimate advancements in a Re-Tuned Compliance Concept, this bike re-shapes the endurance bike category - lightweight, sleek and incredibly integrated. Brilliant pedaling efficiency and ideal compliance for the legendary days of riding - the new Roadmachine has it all.

BMC-Roadmachine-01_carbon-framset.jpg

 

Design features:

  • Re-Tuned Compliance Concept: A continued evolution of our Tuned Compliance Concept and Angle Compliance Technology make the Roadmachine our highest performing endurance bike yet...
  • Efficient: The new Roadmachine was designed to be the fastest, most high-performance bike in the endurance category.
  • Maximal integration: The industry-leading Integrated Cockpit tucks away all your cables and housing, Clean, deliberate, understated...simply Swiss
  • Sleek...by design: The new Roadmachine is an aesthetic blend of comfort and speed that brings together classic design with leading-edge technology.

BMC Roadmachine feature diagram.jpg
BMC RoadMachine integrated stem.jpgThe proprietary Integrated Cockpit Stem comes in 5 lengths (90, 100, 110, 120, & 130mm) to enable riders to create their ideal riding position.

BMC Roadmachine seatpost.jpgA new “D” compliance post is held in place by a clever, integrated clamping system.

BMC RoadMachine disk brakes.jpgThe Roadmachine front disc hardware comes equipped with a 140/160mm proprietary flat mount bracket for maximal integration and seamless design.

BMC Roadmachine range

 

The BMC Roadmachine will be available in two levels of carbon as well as an aluminium model.

 

Roadmachine 01


The Roadmachine 01 is constructed using premium quality carbon and features BMC's integrated cockpit.

BMC-Roadmachine-01_carbon-_DuraAce-Di2.jpgBMC Roadmachine 01 Dura-Ace Di2

BMC-Roadmachine-01_carbon-Ultegra-Di2.jpgBMC Roadmachine 01 Ultegra Di2

BMC-Roadmachine-01_carbon-Ultegra.jpgBMC Roadmachine 01 Ultegra


Roadmachine 02


The Roadmachine 02 features a more affordable full carbon frame and fork with hidden mounts for fenders.

BMC-Roadmachine-02_carbon-Ultegra-Di2.jpgBMC Roadmachine 02 Ultegra Di2

BMC-Roadmachine-02_carbon-Ultegra.jpgBMC Roadmachine 02 Ultegra

BMC-Roadmachine-02_carbon-105.jpgBMC Roadmachine 02 105


Roadmachine 03


The Roadmachine is constructed using an aluminium frame and carbon fork. The aluminium frame allows for a slightly larger tyre clearance (32mm) over the 30mm clearance on the carbon frames.

BMC-Roadmachine-03_aluminum-105.jpgBMC Roadmachine 03 105

BMC-Roadmachine-03_aluminum-Tiagra.jpgBMC Roadmachine 03 Tiagra


Local Availability


BMC South Africa have confirmed that the Roadmachine will be available in South Africa.

 






7 Comments

gummibear, Jun 15 2016 02:37

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BDF, Jun 17 2016 08:48

Oh, look! Disk brakes!

 

Seriously, the bike looks awesome. Can't help thinking they cribbed from Silverback though! Design looks very similar the Silverback.

gummibear, Jun 17 2016 08:56

Oh, look! Disk brakes!

 

Seriously, the bike looks awesome. Can't help thinking they cribbed from Silverback though! Design looks very similar the Silverback.

Looks very similar to the new Scott Foil ;)

'Dale, Jun 17 2016 12:12

Cuddles, jou lekka ding
Long time, no see

robsc, Jun 17 2016 12:18

Cuddles, jou lekka ding
Long time, no see

 

Still proudly sporting his world champs stripes on his sleeves . Nice bike though 

'Dale, Jun 17 2016 12:20

That Hulk green....
That rear triangle...
😈

rock, Jun 17 2016 12:25

Hey Cadel, that seat post bottle looks a little high ;)