BMC TM01 Ultegra
The draw: Integration with adjustability
BMC didn’t update the 2016 version of the TM01, but this UCI-legal bike has proven to be a fully capable machine in races against the clock. This bike’s slippery profile comes from integrated front and rear brakes and a cockpit that blends into the frame while providing dozens of personalized configurations thanks to optional added spacers. What’s missing from this bike are triathlon-specific features like additional storage and hydration accessories. And for $5,000, triathletes may find better value and performance in bikes outfitted with electronic components. The frame and Profile Design Ozero basebar with T2+ extensions are Di2-compatible if you want to upgrade.