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BMC Lifts the Curtains on Revamped Roadmachine

BMC has lifted the curtains on its revamped Roadmachine, boasting integrated storage and greater clearance that can now accommodate tires up to a beefy 40mm, further increasing the bike’s capability in the “all-road” segment.

“The launch of our Gen1 Roadmachine greatly impacted the look of the modern road bike and was the first bike on the market with integrated cables. We continue to be at the forefront of innovation with our new launch – a family of bikes that add relevant functionality in accordance with the first-class performance and clean look that defines BMC,” says Stefan Christ, Head of R&D.

To compensate for the bigger tire options, BMC says it had to tweak the Roadmachine’s geometry, giving it a shorter rear center, higher stack height and a shorter reach, making it better suited for recreational riders who prefer a less aggressive position, while also providing snappy handling. Moreover, the bottom bracket has been dropped 5mm for added stability, while retaining the same 71.4° head angle and trail as the previous model.

Elsewhere, the cockpit remains the same, featuring BMC’s integrated ICS (Integrated Cockpit Solutions), albeit with an 8° flare added to the handlebar for better control over rough roads, while the Roadmachine 01 X and Roadmachine X models are treated to the vibration-dampening ICS MTT suspension stem, which the Swiss brand developed in partnership with Redshift that gives riders up to 20mm of tunable suspension. There’s also a new integrated rear bike light on the seat post, which is USB-chargeable and can be removed from the post as well.

For those seeking off-road pursuits, BMC has added top tube and mudguard mounts for more storage options and better protection against the elements, along with its Stealth Dropouts and a frame-saving chain catcher across all models that can work with both 1x or 2x setups. 

The Roadmachine line-up for 2024 continues to feature Shimano and SRAM groupset and wheel options, from the premium Roadmachine 01, the all-rounder Roadmachine, to the gravel-ready Roadmachine 01 X and Roadmachine X. 

While all of the Roadmachines can now take up to 40mm tires, the Roadmachine 01 and Roadmachine come with 30mm tires as standard, whereas the all-road bike siblings come shod with 34mm tires instead. In addition, the X models come with 1x drivetrains, however, both can accommodate either set-up. 

Here’s how the models breakdown:


  • Roadmachine 01 TWO – 12,999€/USD (Shimano Dura-Ace Di2) 
  • Roadmachine 01 THREE – 8,499€/USD (SRAM Force eTap AXS) 
  • Roadmachine 01 FOUR – 7,999€/USD (Shimano Ultegra Di2) 


  • Roadmachine TWO – 5,499 €/USD (Shimano Ultegra Di2) 
  • Roadmachine FOUR – 4,199 €/USD (Shimano 105 Di2) 
  • Roadmachine FIVE – 3,199 €/USD (Shimano 105) 


  • Roadmachine 01 X ONE – 7,999€/USD (SRAM Force XPLR eTap AXS 1×12) 


  • Roadmachine X TWO – 4.799€/USD (SRAM Rival XPLR eTap AXS 1×12) Roadmachine X THREE – 4.299€/USD (SRAM Apex XPLR eTap AXS 1×12)






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