The Impec Lab is BMC’s portal to the future, an experimental playground that allows us to reach beyond what we see today.Located in a small Swiss town between the Jura Mountain Range and the Swiss Alps, here fully-automated machines and highly-skilled craftsmen have been producing carbon framesets from scratch since 2007.BMC Switzerland’s bikes are ridden by the world’s top athletes including Tour de France winner 2011 Cadel Evans, 2012 UCI World Road Champion Philippe Gilbert and 2014 UCI World XCO champion - Julien Absalon.TAG Heuer, the avant-garde of Swiss watchmaking since 1860.Riders, staff, and sponsors work together as a team to achieve success.
As consecutive team time trial world champions in 20, winners of the 2015 Tour de France and 2017 Vuelta a España team time trials, winner of the 2011 Tour de France with Cadel Evans, winner of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games road race, and most recently Paris-Roubaix, with Greg Van Avermaet, BMC Racing Team has stamped its authority in cycling.
Developed using unique assembly and construction methods, the knowledge gleaned from Impec frame production has fostered unique skillsets at BMC, especially in the areas of load-specific carbon fiber types, weave technologies, resin matrices, layup schedules and tube shapes.
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Therefore we want to associate ourselves with professional users.
In our search for excellence we found, in the BMC Racing Team, a highly valid partner.Ever since, TAG Heuer has been striving to push the boundaries further, inventing timepieces for those who love to defy convention.