First Images: BMC Announce 2020 RoadMachine

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BMC have announced the introduction of the new Roadmachine for 2020.

The company say the Roadmachine’s renowned compliance and versatility blends with the performance DNA of our World-Tour winning bikes to create a revised platform that allows you ride further and faster.

Details are relatively scant however the company say the bike is 'smoother, sleeker & faster.'

From the BMC launch notes -

'Smoother: The Endurance-tuned carbon layup has been developed to enable frame, fork, and seatpost to work as a system and deliver an incredibly plush and balanced riding feel on varying road bike terrain.

A carefully selected geometry progression across frame sizes and a broad collection of Integrated Cockpit System stem dimensions enable the perfect fit for every rider. The fine-tuned setup delivers a super-clean look and optimum performance.

The Roadmachine boasts a lightweight frame and paramount power transfer. Its performance-oriented DNA makes it an ultra-efficient ride on a wide range of terrain.

The Integrated Cockpit System makes the new Roadmachine the most integrated endurance road bike in the game. The stealth cable routing creates a uniquely clean look and improved aerodynamics.'

The Aussie line up we will feature the below models.

 Roadmachine 01

  •         2020 BMC Roadmachine 01 ONE:  RRP $13,799
  •         2020 BMC Roadmachine 01 TWO: RRP $12,499
  •         2020 BMC Roadmachine 01 THREE: RRP $9,999
  •         2020 BMC Roadmachine 01 FOUR: RRP $9,499
  •         2020 BMC Roadmachine 01 MOD: RRP $5,899

Roadmachine 02

  •         2020 BMC Roadmachine 02 ONE: RRP $6,499
  •         2020 BMC Roadmachine 02 TWO: RRP $5,199
  •         2020 BMC Roadmachine 02 THREE: RRP $4,199

 Bicycling Australia will seek to ride & review the 2020 model as soon as it becomes available.

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