BMC is also slated to release a new bike this season, along with the already-unveiled Diamondback, TriRig, and Cervelo rigs. Two more rumored are Cannondale and Cube. Here are some spy shots of the BMC Time Machine (official name unknown) we saw out on the road. It looks quite a bit like the Canyon Speedmax SLX in my opinion. Traditional double-diamond construction, hidden brakes front and back, fairly straight down the line. I'll be interested to see more.

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