World's fastest bike
When Germany's RoadBIKE magazine posed the question, "Are you looking for the world's fastest road bike?," it also provided an answer: the BMC timemachine TM01. Compared to the world's leading time trial and tri bikes, the TM01 took top honors for having the lowest weight, the best rider positioning, the best components, and optimal ride and handling characteristics. But to BMC, RoadBIKE's favorable review was nothing earth-shattering. After all, Andreas Raelert had already set the fastest IronMan-distance bike split at Kona on the TM01, and Cadel Evans relied on his TM01 during the 2011 Tour de France's penultimate stage to secure overall victory.
The TM01's SubA design concept ensures the very best aerodynamic performance from the frameset. Couple that with industry-leading component integration, 32 available stem positions, a huge array of saddle fore-aft adjustment, four frame sizes, and incredibly adjustable handlebars, and the TM01 delivers unparalleled rider positioning potential, as well. In addition to its aerodynamic superiority, the timemachine TM01 is the stiffest and hence the most mechanically efficient bike BMC has ever produced. In short, you get the most complete combination of maximized aerodynamics and maximized power transfer.