Interactions with BMC bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.
Q: Which BMC bikes are most popular?
The most popular BMC model families are the Teammachine, Roadmachine, and Twostroke.
Q: Does BMC make eBikes?
Yes, BMC manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.
Matt BuckleyJan 2023
We test BMC's Roadmachine X One Disc, a bike that blurs the line between road and gravel.
Stiff frame in the right places
SRAM shifting is excellent
Tan wall tyres make everything look better
Large jumps between gears
Not fully internal cabling
Large volume tyres didn’t handle as well as we’d like
Sam ChallisJan 2023
The new Kaius makes gravel rides feel like road rides
Fast ride feel off-road
Good attention to detail
Forward-thinking cockpit design
Quirky on-road handling
Leon PoultneyJan 2023
The BMC Fourstroke 01 Two packs race-winning pedigree, but it also makes for a superb single track machine.
Razor sharp handling
Smooth and reliable shifting
Auto dropper post is clever
Bottom bracket feels low
Too niche a bike for some
Smooth, quiet power delivery and a streamlined look makes the BMC Roadmachine AMP X a stealthy e-road bike under 30 pounds.
Martin StaffaNov 2022
The BMC Roadmachine AMP ONE 2023 is supposed to be no different from its analogue sibling, just packed with extra power. But does the rear-wheel drive on the e-road bike really only weigh in on the scales?
Harmonious design language and proportions
Easy rear wheel removal
Smooth but powerful support from the MAHLE motor
Riding position is too stretched, tires too narrow - thus little comfort
Colour combination of tan-wall tires and paintwork not quite coherent