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    Here is my new pro machine. I finished the build about two weeks ago, but have not been riding it yet because it's been raining, and raining and raining here in Denmark since I completed it

    So instead of riding it today I took a few pics The stickers on my ZIPP 404 rear wheel had a few scratches on them, so I took them off and actually I think the de-badged wheels look even better with this bike... What's your opinion, should I ''re-badge'' or ''de-badge''..???

    As the pics shows the gruppo is Campagnolo super record. The stem/bar is 3T and the saddle is Fizik Antares carbon. The seatpost is the Easton that came with the frameset, but I thought the aluminum head was really ugly and looked out of place on the BMC, so I have painted it black.

    I can't wait for some better weather so I can get out and ride this new dream machine...
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    Beautiful bike and pictures of ot! I like a bike / wheels with the decals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trunkz22
    Beautiful bike and pictures of ot! I like a bike / wheels with the decals.
    Thanks..! I'm really happy with the build - these BMC bikes are indeed special.

    I have actually ordered new decals for my rear wheel and I will use the time until they arrive to decide if I will ''de-badge'' or ''re-badge''. On my old bike the ZIPP decals was a definitive plus, but here the graphics on the bike itself is really strong, so the stealthy look of the ZIPP's without the decals is actually quite cool.... hmmmm...
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    Here was mine the day it was first built...



    Then after I changed a couple of things...

    Derek Zoolander - "I'm not an ambi-turner"

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    Haydos - why did you change your groupset and wheels?

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    Still have the lightweights, I sold the record, bought super record and put that on my colnago eps. Got red for a bargain and wanted to try it out
    Derek Zoolander - "I'm not an ambi-turner"

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    Haydos - how do you like the Red so far? I got to try it once on my buddies R3SL, not too bad but I'll still stick with my Campy. How do you like your Lightweights? Are they worth the money?

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    Red Ergo's are great, rear shifting excellent, brakes excellent, front shifting less so. The Stronglight rings made it better, but I think a Dura Ace FD would make it sweet. Even though, I prefer Super Record functionality and ergo's really.

    LW's - well they are lightweights! Not flash in crosswinds or that aero, but stiff. I think i'd prefer Bora's. (Bora's were more expensive at the time so I settled on LW's). Yes heavier, but more aero and repairable. The Edge's have been great, although I spend most of my time on Neutron Ultra's on the EPS.
    Derek Zoolander - "I'm not an ambi-turner"

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    Haydos - I've always thought that the Lightweights were more expensive than the Bora's. I didn't notice the Stronglight chainrings, they are definitely better looking I think. Overall, your Pro Machine is beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnHenry
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    The white Speedplay pedals are a very nice touch.

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    new frame is home and happy with its siblings.
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    My commuter


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    Smile New wheels...

    My new Easton EC90 Aero's just arrived and I'm looking forward to some decent weather so I can give them a spin
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    BEAUTIFUL !!!!!!!

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    I agree, i had to save it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB-BMC
    My new Easton EC90 Aero's just arrived and I'm looking forward to some decent weather so I can give them a spin
    I love that set up, very nice.

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    2009 Bmc Slx01

    56cm-Yellow, Sram Red, 53-39 (11-25), Reynolds DV 46C UL, PowerTap, Garmin705, Zipp Contour SL 46cm, Zipp cages, Zipp titanium skewers, Vittoria Corsa EVO CXII tires, Fizik Antares Braided Carbon Saddle and Yokozuna Reaction Cable Kit.
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    Looks very nice, cool bike.

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    My '07 55cm

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    2010 Team Machine SLR01

    I have been testing the new bike and will have a review in a few weeks:

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    Here is my 56cm BMC Road Racer. Sram Rival, Zipp 404 wheels + Sram Red Cassette, Ultegra Crankset and Easton EC70 stem.

    Its been a great bike, but i will be upgrading to a ProMachine this spring. The ProMachine is Black/White and will be full Sram Red + the Zipp 404 from my old frame + Easton EC90 crankset + EC90 aero bars + Yokozuna cables. I'm wicked pumped for next season on my hot new wheels.
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    Talking My old SLT01 rig

    She's old, but still goes well, added a new sibling to her aswell, purchased a Black Streetfire SSX, should be arriving next week. Will post a picture once i put it together.

    Glad to see lots of BMC fans out there. I'm certainly one of the fanatics.


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    Now! Thats a cool bike.

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