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BMC Roadmachine 02 ONE

Frame: Roadmachine, PF86 bottom bracket, Flat Mount, 12x142mm thru-axle
TUBING: Premium Carbon, TCC Endurance
Maat: 47 / 51 / 54 / 56 / 58 / 61
Voorvork: Roadmachine Premium Carbon, TCC Endurance, Integrated Cockpit, Flat Mount, 12x100mm thru-axle

Crank: Shimano Ultegra 50-34T
CASSETTE: Shimano Ultegra 11-30T
Ketting: Shimano Ultegra
Voor Derailleur: Shimano Ultgera Di2
Achter Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra Di2
Shifters: SHimano Ultegra Di2
Remmen: Shimano Ultegra, RT800 Rotors (160/160)

Stuur: BMC RAB 02, ergo top shape, compact bend
Stuurpen: BMC RSM01, with computer and camera mount
Zadelpen: Roadmachine D-Shape Carbon, 15mm offset
Zadel: Selle Royal 2075 HRN

Naven: DT Swiss E1800 Spline Disc
Velgen: DT Swiss E1800 Spline 32 Disc
Banden: Vittoria Rubino, 28mm

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€ 4.699,00

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“With the Roadmachine’s compliance, I have the luxury of taking that same sensation everywhere I go.” Conrad Glassey can recognise a good surface from a mile away. When not excelling on choppy white water or whizzing along XC ski tracks, BMC’s Head of Product Management can reel off the differences between Swiss and French tarmac surface. He grins: “Where should I start?” “Sometimes I think we’re a bit spoilt in Switzerland. Even the smallest farm road in Emmental is as smooth as an airport runway. But with the Roadmachine’s compliance, I have the luxury of taking that same sensation everywhere I go.” Swiss tarmac and the Roadmachine go hand in hand if you ask Glassey. Created to maximise compliance, it’s a natural fit for the athletic 49-year-old who splits his time between France’s less-manicured roads and BMC’s HQ in Grenchen. Travel, friends and family are three key pillars in his life–and all of them involve sport. Once an international kayaker, Glassey now uses sport – from cross-country skiing to road and mountain biking – to keep grasp not only on his fitness, but also on the people and places that surround him. “Whatever activity I do helps bring balance to my life. It might be cycling a few hours with friends on the weekend or a quick 90-minute spin or XC ski after work on my own to keep fit,” he says. These days, he recognises that his multisport background has influenced his choice of a versatile bike. “The sorts of rides I go on today are social, often with a coffee stop, but almost certainly with a bit of exertion towards the top of the climbs.” He looks bashful: “You know, the typical male thing of being first.”