The Streetfire SSX01 is BMC’s entry-level road bike and is made from hydroformed aluminium with a carbon fork. The tube profiles are incredibly complicated — all angles and edges. There is almost a triple triangle at the top of the seat tube, which is something we sort of expected to see on the GT frame. Geometry is the most compact of the three bikes in this test, and the head tube is relatively the shortest, which gives a lower position at the front.
The finish is impressive. The welds are very smooth and the paint and decals perfectly applied — it looks like a bike that costs twice as much. However, giving it the roadie lift, it feels surprisingly heavy, especially given that the frame is so compact and in theory uses less material. It could be that there’s no escaping the inevitable mass of the very big tubing
The carbon fork is not originally of the bmc but its a fork that fits. Fork and paint chips. The frame also has a paint chip on its down tube and a bit of a scrape. Kindly look at pics thanks.