Brandon Weil's BMC Time Machine
Jul 28, 2010  hits 9,767

  • BMC Time Machine TT03
  • Adamo Race Saddle
  • SRAM Rival Groupset
  • Easton EC90 Aero fork
  • Mavic Cosmic Carbone Wheelset
Brandon's BMC Time Machine TT03.

If his bike is anything like he is, Brandon Weil is a no-nonsense kind of guy. His ride is clean, elegant, and dialed-in. The aluminum welds on the TT03 are so clean, you'd be forgiven for mistaking the bike for carbon at first glance (we did).

What the rider says:

"I like the Time Machine with the Easton carbon fork because it rides like a race bike: stiff under power, stable out of the saddle, and handles great on descents and in corners. I chose SRAM Rival components because they have by far the best performance/price ratio, and added the TT chainrings for better shifting and stiffness. I like the Profile Ozero base bar for its drop and the ZBS extensions have a good shape and low profile. The Adamo saddle works for me because I can roll my hips forward on it. The Mavic Cosmic Carbone wheels and Continental GP4000 tires make a great wheelset for training and racing."

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