This sunday the 23rd of November we will be having our first Cyclic Bicycles BMC ride day to introduce the new 2009 range to our customers.
Kicking of from 7:00am in the carpark on Boathouse Rd. just off Yarra Blvd.
Ride on down with you pedals and ID and sample what BMC has to offer for 2009.
Available to test will be the following machines.
The Steerfire SSX. Size available will be a medium, 55cm top tube.
All alloy frame with a BMC Straight blade carbon fork equipped with Shimano 105 running gear.
The SL01 Roadracer in Large size, 56.5mm top tube. All new alloy main frame with carbon seat stay and utilizing the all new BMC streampost 73.5 seatpost system. Full Shimano Ultegra running gear with Fulcrum 7 wheels.
Racemaster SLX01 in size 54cm. Alloy trident design utilizing the new bonded skeleton concept in unison with Easton CNT top/heat tube construction and CNT wishbone rear. Ultegra SL drivetrain with Fulcrum 5 wheels.
SLC01 Pro Machine in 55cm size. The pinnacle of carbon frame design and materials. The only frame to use Easton 'carbon nano technology'. Seductive to say the least. Equipped with full Dura Ace drivetrain and Fulcrum 3 wheels. A true modern masterpiece.
TT02 Time Machine size medium. Alloy main frame with Easton carbon rear aero section and Easton EC90 SLX aero fork. Ultegra/FSA drive train with DT Swiss wheels. This is our triathlon hire bike available to be used by you for upcoming events.
CX02 Cross Machine size 54cm. I had so much fun riding this bike at the BMC dealer day last month I had to have it for our demo day here in Melbourne. In the wet on a tight Blue Mountains single track I was stunned at how versatile a bike could be. Traction in wet was incredible and the agility over the rocks was something else.
With the start of the summer warmth also comes the international Bicycle film festival. I had such a blast at this event last year I am so looking forward to a repeat performance this year. In conjunction with the Lee clothing store we have put together a sweet KHS fixie for the the event.
Simply purchase a pair of jeans and a Tee at their Chapel St. store and go into the draw to take it home. Or spend $100 and get a double pass to the bike's rock gig at the Hi Fi bar. 4 rippin' bands to get the show going.