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  1. #76
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    Great looking bike! I have been loving mine!

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    Hello

    My new rigid bike 2013 TE02 29 Full XT


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    Here is mine. Will put up some better photos later.


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    gotta tell ya...i'm still on this post...these bmc are SICK! No regrets with my Spesh comp carbon EVOr...as it is everything I need...but man, love these BMCs!

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    Here is my build. BMC makes the best bike I have ever owned.

    XX1, Magura MT8s, Syntace bar/stem, Roval wheels, SID Brain fork. 20.4 pounds.
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    More Photos and changes I made

    Here are some better photos and a list of changes I made.

    Quarq power meter
    ESI Grips
    Schalbe RO RO and RA RA
    Roval control sl 29 wheels
    Changed to a type II rearX0 came with type 1
    90 mm stem
    Spec Romin Saddle
    Arundel cages
    Eage beater 3 pedals
    Ritchey bar ends
    Sram gripshift
    Hope Race x2 Brakes
    the rest is from the size Medium stock build.

    weight is 9.84 KG

    Ride report will follow once i have some more seat time.








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    Those are gorgeous bikes. More importantly I hear they ride very well. I wish I could have one to complement my FS01.
    BMC FS01 29 X0
    Redline Monocog 29
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcslt01 View Post
    Here are some better photos and a list of changes I made.

    Quarq power meter
    ESI Grips
    Schalbe RO RO and RA RA
    Roval control sl 29 wheels
    Changed to a type II rearX0 came with type 1
    90 mm stem
    Spec Romin Saddle
    Arundel cages
    Eage beater 3 pedals
    Ritchey bar ends
    Sram gripshift
    Hope Race x2 Brakes
    the rest is from the size Medium stock build.

    weight is 9.84 KG

    Ride report will follow once i have some more seat time.







    bmcslt01, can you tell me the measurement from center BB to top of saddle? And that's a medium right? Thanks man.
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    72cm

    Its about 72 cm. The frame is a M.

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    Thanks man. This frame is very tempting.
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    Sadly, due to needing financial aid I am deciding to put my TE01 up for sale. If anyone is interested lmk, gonna post a ad tomorrow. Still have all parts that came with the bike stock.

    Sz large, currently set up with single chainring, mrp and bionicon chainguides, and tubeless.

    PM for more info/questions

    link to ad:

    BMC TE01 29er size Lrg - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories

    Last edited by NAKaveli; 02-17-2013 at 12:40 PM.

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    can those be run singlespeed?

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    I don't see why not. You would either need to find a magic gear combo/half link setup or run a tensioner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcslt01 View Post
    i don't see why not. You would either need to find a magic gear combo/half link setup or run a tensioner.
    ok. thanks.

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    So at 5'8" what size would yall reccomend. I tend to prefer shorter TTs so I was thinking small, but figured I'd ask.

    Everyone still liking theirs?
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    I'm the same height and ride a small. Steering was a bit twitchy with the 70mm stem so I switched it out to a 90mm and it's much more stable. I'll try a 100mm and see how that goes. All around a great bike - climbs well and runs over bumpy stuff with ease. Not as good turning corners then a 26'er, but that might change with bigger tires or playing around with tire pressure. Good luck!

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    I have te01 frame, and I have problem that derailleur hanger is not aligned with dropout, instead it is a little bit in front. Because of that, my wheel is not centered, it is centered in left for 3-4mm, and when I stand up the tire scratches in frame. Does anybody have the same problem, what is solution for that?

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    My hanger and dropout are in line. But I have noticed that if you look at the chain stay clearance. The non drive side seems to have less clearance. I think this is because the stays are asymmetric. The non drive side is thicker and the drive side is thinner where the tire tread passes. At first I thought the rear end was out of alignment or the wheel was not dished properly. But after checking my wheel dish in another frame ,Niner air 9 carbon, it was fine and centered in that frame. This is when I started measuring the bmc and that's where I realized the chain stays were asymmetric. You can also look at the tire alignment with the seat tube this will also help confirm if the wheel is centered. Hope that helps.

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    Thanks for your help.

    Currently I'm waiting for new hangers, I hope that will solve the problem.
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    did bmc acknowledge an issue with it? Let me know how it goes.

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    Our dealer said that first we will change hanger, and then we will contact bmc, if it won't be ok.

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    hey ktmrider,

    did you get the new hanger?

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    Yes, I install it carefully, an it is ok!

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    that's good to hear. Could you post a pic of how the hanger is different? and the tire clearance at the chain stay when you have some time?

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    I will, soon.

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