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FOR SALE: BMC Full Carbon Pro Machine 2011

I am selling my BMC Pro Machine 2011 Road bike.

GBP850.00 ONO.

The frame and forks are constructed from carbon. The BMC Promachine SLC01 105 2011 Road Bike frame uses only unidirectional carbon fiber material together with the Multi-Mould System. In addition, the employment of the Integrated Skeleton Concept iSC allows for the lowest weight possible while at the same time providing a high degree of stiffness and optimal comfort.

This is a Size 59cm bike and has between 50km and 100km on it. I am selling as I simply cannot do the bike justice as it is designed to be raced.

The bike is constructed from Shimano 105, Ultegra and FSA components with Mavic wheels and a Specialised BG saddle.

There is a cosmetic scratch on the downtube.

A great bike and I genuinely regret having to sell.

Please PM for photographs.


  • Thats a £2k+ bike with 50kms on it for £850!!!!!

    That's not a typo ? You don't mean £1850 do you ?
  • Hi Willierfish,

    Thanks for your concern, the bike's price is correct at GBP850.00

    The bike is built up from a selection of componentry which would not reflect the original specced version at GBP2K.

    That said, the key factor is the frame, which is probably the most comfortable I have ever ridden.

    The front derailleur is Shimano Ultegra, Rear Shimano 105, and the crankset is FSA. Not the best, but new, and it does the job. Wheels are Mavic.

    For a triathlete plunging into the world of carbon bikes, this would be the beast. It has the potential for adding some great components at the right time.

    Hope this explains it better.


  • Cool

    I just didnt want you to sell yourself short

    Thats a great deal - good luck selling
  • Thanks Willieverfinish,

    I apologise for the spelling error on your name in my previous post.

    I agree, the bike is an excellent purchase at the price.

    Photographs of the bike can be viewed here at pinkbike under "For Sale," 3rd page under "Road Bikes."


  • Where are you based ?

    You do realise this is a uk based forum ?
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