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Spotted: BMC’s new time trial machine at the Dauphine

  • By Caley Fretz
  • Published Jun. 8, 2011
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An integrated stem holds on to Easton Attack TT bars. The Di2 wires route right into the top of the stem and disappear until they reach the battery. Where is the battery? Not under the bottom bracket, on the downtube or seat tube. In fact, it's nowhere in plain sight. BMC appears to have hidden it internally. Photo: Graham Watson | grahamwatson.com

An integrated stem holds on to Easton Attack TT bars. The Di2 wires route right into the top of the stem and disappear until they reach the battery. Where is the battery? Not under the bottom bracket, on the downtube or seat tube. In fact, it’s nowhere in plain sight. BMC appears to have hidden it internally. Photo: Graham Watson | grahamwatson.com

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