BMC Team machine SLR01 stealth.

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Alex222
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by Alex222

Looks very nice

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parkkiback
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by parkkiback

is there many difference between rear disc rotor 160mm to 140mm?

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PinaRene
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parkkiback wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:14 am
is there many difference between rear disc rotor 160mm to 140mm?
Yes, that is 20mm. Really I don't know ... did not ride the bike yet.... weather is not that great at this moment - and just finished the bike yeasterday.

Lozaen
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by Lozaen

riding 140 and 160mm discs, I find it a good combination, but I am used to different rotor sizes also from my MTB. Typically the rear wheel can transfer less braking power to the ground, so it actually doesn't make much sense to use the same rotor size front and rear....just have a close look at your car and you will find, that most likely the rear rotors are smaller in size.
Interested in buying Carbonsport Lightweight wheels with broken spokes.

BMC Teammachine SLR01 Disc Team 2018|Ridley Helium | Kuota Kross|Cannondale Scalpel 29 Hi-Mod

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PinaRene
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I put some gold decals on my bike today. With saddle bag and Hidemybell - 7.2kg complete.

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Lozaen
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by Lozaen

Nice!
Interested in buying Carbonsport Lightweight wheels with broken spokes.

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LiKuid
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by LiKuid

Looks great! What handlebar/stem widths/lengths do you use? Did bike24 have a variety of options on stem lengths and handlebar width? I was looking at the 2021 model and they only had 90mm stem for the 40cm handlebar which was a no go for me.

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PinaRene
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@Likuid - I had no options, would rather have the 40mm bar but 42 is okay. Stem is 110mm and I knew that it would be perfect for me. Maybe I will buy a new bar in the future. On my other bike I have a 40c-c Deda Superzero.

hellvetica
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by hellvetica

Nice bike. I just built this one up, and so funny, they look very similar. Mine was painted like this though.

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Jealous of your weight. Mine is 7.3kg complete and is an XS. :/

wrs
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by wrs

Where did you find a disc stealth? I'm looking for a Team Machine SLR01 or Cento10 Pro deal in the US and just can't quite find it...

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PinaRene
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@wrs : Bought it at Bike 24 in Germany.

iamraymond
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by iamraymond

FYI, you can download the .AI files from BMC for the logos. Then you can can go to your local print/sign shop to have them cut out in vinyl to have any color decal your heart desires.

https://www.bmc-switzerland.com/us_en/sticker-kits

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PinaRene
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iamraymond wrote:
Thu Jan 28, 2021 3:44 pm
FYI, you can download the .AI files from BMC for the logos. Then you can can go to your local print/sign shop to have them cut out in vinyl to have any color decal your heart desires.

https://www.bmc-switzerland.com/us_en/sticker-kits
Yes I knew that, but my sticker bomb ( more than one set )came with the frameset ( Blue - Green - White - Red and Gold. ). Due to the weather I did my first testride on the Wahoo, also for saddle hight - stack and reach. I decided to go a bit more forward ( 5mm ),so turned around the cradle bottom for more front support under the saddle rails.

dkvbiker
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by dkvbiker

nice build!
where did you order the groupset?

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PinaRene
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dkvbiker wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 11:11 am
nice build!
where did you order the groupset?
Local bike shop for me.

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