• Anthony Little
  • December 02, 2009
  • journal

We built up this 53cm black-and-white BMC Pro Machine and are amazed at how incredible it looks—even after staring at it for a few weeks. As with most of the bikes you’ll see on our site, local Mill Valley photographer Dean Bentley snapped the photos of this Swiss-designed, all carbon chassis.
One of the most distinctive frames on the market, the Pro Machine was created with the help of the composite geniuses at Easton Sports. Using the same Composite Nanotube (CNT) technology found in their forks and handleblars (and even composite softball bats made by the company), BMC was able to get the weight of the Pro Machine under 1000-grams while still maintaining the integrity of the chassis. After working with Easton on the design of the frame, it’s only natural that the Pro Machine would come outfitted with a proprietary Easton carbon fork.

Built with a full Campagnolo Record 11-speed group, super fast Edge 68 carbon clincher wheels (with DT Swiss ti skewers) shod with Vittoria Open Corsa Evo CXII 320TPI tires, white Deda Zero100 Service Course stem and Presa white bar, Fizik Antares CX saddle.



While not decked out in Yule colors, this black-and-white beauty will definitely look great sitting under the tree this Holiday season. As usual, we’re happy to swap a part or two if it’ll make the bike work better for you.If you're interested give us a call @ 415.389.5461, email or come by the shop.