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Old 11-18-18, 08:04 PM
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BMC vs Canyon

Hey all,

I just finished up my first IM in Louisville (what an absolute mess), and I borrowed a mentor's QR PR6 size 54cm.

I'm currently in the market for a new TT bike and are torn between a BMC timemachine or a Canyon CF 7.0. Both right in the same range for pricing. I was curious to know if anyone had either, pros/cons, maintenance (specifically for the Canyons because they are new to the US).

Just looking for any words of advice y'all might have!

Background on my biking: New to biking. Started biking 8 months prior to IMLou. FTP around 215. 25 years old, 165 lbs. Fairly flexible and willing to stay down aero.

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Canyon sells direct, (like bikes direct), so you had better be an advanced bike mechanic..with tools..

got a BMC Dealer near you? they will be there to help you after the sale.
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