A carbon frame race bike with upper mid-range components and hydraulic disc brakes.
|Drivetrain||2 × 11|
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2 × 11 — 22 speed
Teammachine SLR SEVEN
The Teammachine SLR SEVEN is easier to ride up hills than similar bikes.
The Teammachine SLR SEVEN is geared about the same as similar bikes for riding downhill.
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5'4" – 5'9"
5'7" – 5'11"
5'10" – 6'2"
6'0" – 6'4"
Tobias HörschOct 2021
Even at first glance, the BMC Teammachine SLR01 ONE leaves no doubt that it wants to be fast on all terrain. The no-frills integration indicates good aerodynamics, while the shallow rims hint that the bike can climb fast. Read here whether the goods match the looks in comparison with the four fastest race bikes of the 2021 season.
Low susceptibility to crosswinds
Rides very fast on the flats despite the shallow wheels
Great balance between racing stiffness and comfort
Combination of smoothness and directness
Falls short of our expectations on the hills
Rattling SRAM shift levers
No power meter installed
Simon SmytheApr 2021
The lower-priced, consumer version of BMC's WorldTour race bike is a fast, exciting ride – but is more adversely affected by budget components than some rival manufacturers' frames
Budget aluminium wheels
Josh CroxtonMar 2021
The BMC Teammachine SLR01 is a top-tier race bike with top-tier performance, but does it match up to its top-tier price tag?
Smooth yet precise handling
Low weight (7.2kg - bottle cages, no pedals)
No power meter
Restricted handlebar choice
Stu KertonMar 2021
A highly entertaining race bike to ride, with a performance to match
Great ride quality
Loads of feedback from the frameset
Impressive stiffness levels
I'd expect to see higher end wheels at this price
Sam ChallisFeb 2021
The new BMC Teammachine SLR01 is a brilliant example of a modern race bike. Photography: Mike Massaro
Comfort imbalance between seatpost and cockpit
The new Teammachine SLR01 is lighter and more aero than its predecessor, but retains the same great performance it's known for.
Extremely light and stiff
Great all-purpose road racing bike
Warren RossiterJul 2020
The new Teammachine SLR 01 rides as good as it looks – but you have to be prepared to pay the asking price
Stunning looks, explosive speed, dependable handling
It’s a lot of money, front upshifts slower than I'd expect
First launched in 2011, the BMC Teammachine SLR was a first for the brand in a few ways. It was the first to use their Tuned Compliance Concept, and the first to take advantage of their Accelerated Composites Evolution or ACE technology. Since 2011, the Teammachine SLR has been revised a few times, but the […]
Teammachine SLR Carbon with Aerocore Design • Stealth Dropout Design • TCC Race Compliance Level • PF86 Bottom Bracket • Integrated Seatpost Clamp • Flat Mount Disc • 12x142mm Thru-Axle • Optimized for Aerocore Bottle Cages
BB Standard: BB86/BB92, Press Fit
Tire Clearance: 30c
Color: Black & White
Teammachine SLR Carbon, TCC Race Compliance Level, Internal Cable Routing, Flat Mount Disc, Stealth Dropout Design, 12x100mm Thru-Axle, 48mm Offset (Size 47-51) 43mm Offset (Size 54-61)
BMC RAB 02 Ergo Top Shape Compact Bend
Teammachine SLR Carbon D-Shaped Seatpost, 15mm Offset
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SHIMANO 105 RT54 Rotors (160/160)
CL-712 (F)/RXC-1425 (R) Thru Axle
CL-712 (F)/RXC-1425 (R) Thru Axle
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