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URS LT TWO
The URS LT TWO is easier to ride up hills than similar bikes.
The URS LT TWO won‘t keep up with similar bikes while riding downhill or sprinting.
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The BMC URS LT ONE is a gravel bike with a small amount of suspension travel that wants to be ready for big adventures. Our group test of 18 of the best gravel bikes of the year finds out whether this can make it the pioneer of suspended gravel bikes and the optimal gravel all-rounder.
Wide gear range and intuitive shifting logic
Powerful brakes with 180 mm rotor up front
Full-suspension design with minimal maintenance and a clean look
High level of integration
Limited tire clearances limit range of applications
Harsh topping out of fork when HiRide system rebounds
May 2022Read Review
Super-comfortable, high-performing gravel bike
Alloy bar is under-spec for the status
Apr 2022Read Review
20 mm of integrated front suspension meets an already progressive gravel bike.
Balanced ride with front control/comfort now matching the rear end, progressive geometry pushes into MTB territory, easy-to-use lockout, integrated aesthetics, frame comes with included impact protection.
Suspension top-out, setup limitations and limited target rider weight range, servicing required, unknowns over long-term servicing prices and logistics, so-so tyre clearance, suspension changes geometry for the worse when under-biking, equipped wheels, bike weight.
Feb 2022Read Review
The SRAM XPLR-equipped BMC URS 01 could be the ideal bike for the right type of rider
Neat MTT rear suspension unit
Nice gearing spread
'ActiveRide' function of the Rockshox Reverb seatpost isn’t easy to use
Some riders might be better served by a mountain bike
Nov 2021Read Review
If you want a gravel bike that can handle all-day rides on rough terrain (or sneak a lap on the XC trails), the BMC URS LT is worth a look.
Sep 2021Read Review
BMC offers the fully suspended micro-suspension experience with its new URS LT ‘Gravel Plus’ bike
MTT suspension does an incredible job at absorbing high-frequency vibrations
Huge gear range and smooth wireless shifting from SRAM’s XPLR/X01 mullet groupset
Downtube and fork dropout protection
Minimal fork design looks sleeker than the MTB style gravel suspension
45mm tyre clearance falls a little short of the gravel tyre clearance status quo
Standard 40mm tyre spec feels small for an adventure orientated bike
Top out clunk from the front suspension is noticeable when unweighting the bike
Suspension tuning comes with additional costs
No fork leg luggage bosses
Sep 2021Read Review
5'6" – 5'11"
5'10" – 6'3"
6'1" – 6'6"
URS Premium Carbon with Micro Travel Technology Tuned Compliance Concept Gravel, Gravel+ Geometry, Internal Cable Routing, Fender and Rack Mounts, PF86 Bottom Bracket, Flat Mount Disc, 12x142mm Thru-Axle
BB Standard: BB86/BB92, Press Fit
Tire Clearance: 42c
Color: Metallic Moss / Amber
MTT Suspension Fork and Premium Carbon D-Shape Seatpost
Easton EA70 AX
URS 01 Premium Carbon D-Shaped Seatpost, 0mm Offset
SRAM Gx Eagle AXS
SRAM RIVAL 1 38T
SRAM Rival eTap AXS
SRAM XG 1275 EAGLE 10-52T
SRAM Gx Eagle 12 Speed
SRAM Rival eTap AXS HRD - Centerline Rotors (180/160)
CRD-400 Carbon - Tubeless Ready - 40mm
WTB Raddler - 40mm