2015 BMC Timemachine TM01
Every rider dreams of becoming a World Champion – but to obtain these famed stripes with your closest teammates is for many, unimaginable. For the BMC Racing Team, the 2015 Team Time Trial World Championships were an opportunity to highlight their engines and their equipment.
The BMC Timemachine TM01, gained it’s initial recognition through a victorious Tour de France with Cadel Evan’s final individual time trial and a record-breaking triathlon performance of Andreas Raelert to set the fastest ever Ironman bike split.
It’s aerodynamics, stiffness, and rider-adaptability all cleanly wrapped up in a high-performance package. For all the races against the clock, you’ll find the BMC Racing Team set for speed atop the Timemachine TM01.
|Cadel Evans||Tour de France||2011|
|Andreas Raelert||fastest ever Ironman||2011|
|Andreas Raelert||Ironman Hawaii second||2012|
|Taylor Phinney||Time Trial World Championships second||2012|
|Bart Aernouts||European 70.3 Champion||2014|
|Corinne Abraham||European Ironman Champion||2014|
|BMC Racing Team||Team Time Trial Champion||2014|