BMC Bikes Buyer's Guide
Find the best BMC Bike for you today
BMC bikes are known for the Swiss quality and innovation they are built and designed with. They offer and we carry a range of their podium-topping frames and builds, from their rugged gravel and mountain bikes to their lightweight road endurance bikes.
We’ve broken down the differences between the BMC Bikes we have in stock so you can compare the builds and specs to find the perfect bike for you.
BMC Gravel Bikes
Ideal For: Riders interested in high-intensity gravel racing, backroad adventures, and bikepacking trips.
BMC URS gravel bikes offer riders with a lightweight and race-ready carbon frame with top level compliance and MTT suspension so that navigating rough roads is a breeze.
Each fit up to 45 mm tires, offer plenty of mounting options for bags and accessories, and tubeless-ready wheelsets.
BMC Roadmachine endurance bikes are perfect for someone looking for a bike that can perform with some of the best road bikes on tarmac, then be able to hit rough backroads for a longer tour.
They offer a TCC Endurance-tuned carbon frame and fork to maximize compliance, handling, and all-day comfort.
BMC Mountain Bikes
Ideal for: Riders interested in tearing around a local XCO track or setting your personal best up a local off-road hill
The Twostroke 01 THREE offers a fresh approach to hardtail design. This BMC mountain bike is not only an efficient climber but designed for a controlled ride even on the most technical XC courses.
BMC designed this bike with an innovative design to attack steep and loose terrain with top notch weight distribution, internal cable routing, and an integrated fork stopper for increased stiffness and compatibility with the new generation of wide XC tires.
BMC Road Bikes
Good for: Riders looking for an endurance bike that prioritizes comfortability without compromising on road performance
BMC Roadmachine road bikes are the Swiss company’s highest performing all-rounder. They are all built with a lightweight carbon frame and fork, 700c carbon or aluminum wheelset, hydraulic disk brakes, depending on the build you choose, a top-of-the-line electric or mid-range drivetrain.
The frame for every Roadmachine sports a geometry somewhere in between aggressive and relaxed, hence their ability to contend in road racing and still be comfortable enough for longer touring.