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    shes a beauty!

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    SLR01 - Somewhat belatedly

    Recently upgraded the wheelset, so thought it was a good time to post a photo.

    2011 SLR01, Size 55, Ultegra/Dura Ace mix, Ritchey cockpit...and of course, the ENVE 45's (Chris King). 7.2kg as shown
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    BMC SLR01 Team Machine 2011

    55cm frame
    Sram Red
    Zipp 404 Firecrest
    15 lbs with pedals, cages, computer and everything
    FSA OC-99 carbon UD 120mm stem

    Rider = 6'1" 175 lbs

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    His SLR01 is very beautiful. Congratulations.

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    Frame: BMC TM01 / size medium/short
    Fork: BMC Carbon Integrated Aero Hinge
    Crankset: Rotor 3D 175mm with Power2max powermeter
    BB box: Parlee cups with CeramicSpeed bearings
    TT chainring: O.Symetric 54t / 44t
    Handelbar: Pro Missile EVO aero
    Stem: BMC P2P Tri Angle Concept Stem
    Headset: FSA Orbit IS Carbon
    Seatpost: BMC P2P 21_21 Offset Carbon Post
    Brakes caliper: BMC integrated brake system, Front & Rear
    Brakes levels: Campagnolo TT
    Front derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 11 speed
    Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 11 speed
    Pedal: Time RXS Carbon
    Chain: KMC X11SL gold
    Sadel: ProLogo Nago EVO HB w/carbon rails
    Wire: Gore Ride-On
    Cable housing: Gore Ride-On
    – - – - – - – - – - -
    Front Wheel: Mavic IO
    Disk Wheel: Lightweight AutoBahn
    Tubulars: Continental Podium TT 19
    Cassette: Campagnolo Super Record 11-23T

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    that baby looks fast standing still....awesome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderinthewind View Post
    My RM01 with upgrades.
    very nice!!!

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    A work of art....except perhaps for that funky chainring.
    ... 'cuz that's how I roll.

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    That is amazing. What does it do...

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    2012 BMC SL01 - 51cm





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    Very classy looking.
    ... 'cuz that's how I roll.

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    Team project

    In progress

    SLR01 with Record.

    WI hubs and Kinlin wides on order.

    Just noticed the nice spider in the background too. Took care of it.
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    Winter get up, Ambrosio Nemesis 32H, circus monkey hubs wheelsmith spokes and glued Veloflex Criterium 22mm front and Veloflex Roubaix 24mm Rear.


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    nice crankset man.

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    After having my SL01 for a month, I've grown fond of BMC. So much that I just picked up the SLR01 to add to the stable.



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    easton 50's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyridernyc View Post
    easton 50's?
    The bike came with Easton EA90 SE. I don't how much about them although I wouldn't be surprised if they're a cost down version of their more expensive wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teflondog View Post
    The bike came with Easton EA90 SE. I don't how much about them although I wouldn't be surprised if they're a cost down version of their more expensive wheels.
    My Team Machine has the same wheels. They are actually an R4 hub with an SLX rim. That means you get the more durable, steel ball bearings in the hub, as oppsed to the ceramic bearings, but the light rim weight of the SLX. I wrench at a shop and had to get my rear rim replaced after 9,000 miles when it started to develope cracks around a few of the spoke holes. I spoke with Easton when I was setting it up for a warranty replacement, and my suspision was confirmed that the EA90 SE wheels actually do have SLX rims. In fact, the graphics on my replacment rim show exactly that. To me, this combination is the best of both worlds, durable hubs with lightweight rims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teflondog View Post
    The bike came with Easton EA90 SE. I don't how much about them although I wouldn't be surprised if they're a cost down version of their more expensive wheels.

    you mean 90 sl?

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyridernyc View Post
    you mean 90 sl?
    Actually, it is some special concoction, this is copied from the Competitive Cyclist SLR01 Ultegra electronic description:
    " And also just like the team, you'll be rolling on Easton's EA90 SE wheels, the very same hoops that propelled Cadel Evans into the yellow jersey at the 2011 Tour de France."


    It is a very nice kit on that team machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L_Johnny View Post
    Actually, it is some special concoction, this is copied from the Competitive Cyclist SLR01 Ultegra electronic description:
    " And also just like the team, you'll be rolling on Easton's EA90 SE wheels, the very same hoops that propelled Cadel Evans into the yellow jersey at the 2011 Tour de France."


    It is a very nice kit on that team machine.
    im sayin

    the sealed ceramic hubs on the 90 sl's are solid. and smooth. it would take a lot for me to give them up for anything less than carbon tubulars, i love em. curious also cause of the dt swiss stock on my road racer i was thinking about another pair of 90's but i think the ceramic hubs come on slx 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyridernyc View Post
    im sayin

    the sealed ceramic hubs on the 90 sl's are solid. and smooth. it would take a lot for me to give them up for anything less than carbon tubulars, i love em. curious also cause of the dt swiss stock on my road racer i was thinking about another pair of 90's but i think the ceramic hubs come on slx 2012
    Did you guys miss my post?


    http://forums.roadbikereview.com/4213213-post2.html

    They are not ceramic bearings, but have the lower spoke count SLX rims. The EA90 SE is a "Special Edition" (ED), a hybrid wheel, you might say.

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    Well after the untimely death of my 2011 SLR01, body verse seat stay, the seat stay lost. So the nice people at my insurance company shouted me a brand new 2013 bike with sram red groupset, and let me keep my dead bike and parts to reuse, so bar, stem and wheels have been reused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marathon marke View Post
    My Team Machine has the same wheels. They are actually an R4 hub with an SLX rim. That means you get the more durable, steel ball bearings in the hub, as oppsed to the ceramic bearings, but the light rim weight of the SLX. I wrench at a shop and had to get my rear rim replaced after 9,000 miles when it started to develope cracks around a few of the spoke holes. I spoke with Easton when I was setting it up for a warranty replacement, and my suspision was confirmed that the EA90 SE wheels actually do have SLX rims. In fact, the graphics on my replacment rim show exactly that. To me, this combination is the best of both worlds, durable hubs with lightweight rims.
    k i got it

    i was thinking about 90 sl's with the ceramic bearings for my new road racer, they've worked well for many moons on my felt bike, good clinchers, handbuilt, tough, light and they just wont stop rolling. i dont mind dropping six bucks for the sl's again, nice wheels, easton does not eff around

    90 slx is a bit pricey for me, should have nabbed them at performance for 450 a few months back dayumn that was a gud deal. right now 1000 for a new pair is beyond reach. if i were to drop a g on a new wheelset i would probably just spend 1200 and look for a pair of ec 90's discounted somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyridernyc View Post
    90 slx is a bit pricey for me, should have nabbed them at performance for 450 a few months back dayumn that was a gud deal.
    Not sure if you're referring to the Easton EA90 LTD (SE) from Performance Bike or not, but today they're $467 after discount and free shipping. That's a good deal.

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