Continuum Sports LLC, Santa Rosa, Calif.
Looking back at Paris-Roubaix. Mechanic Kevin Grove anticipating what will be a long day for the mech's.
Looking back at Paris-Roubaix. The bikes next to the transporter before the start.
Looking back at Paris-Roubaix. Graeme and Kaycee preparing the team car for the day.
Before Scheldiprijs, finally a quiet work area for the mechanics.
Team bikes ready for last training before Scheldiprijs
In France, the BMC team has fans of all sizes.
The day wraps up for the mechanics: last bike to the truck and the trash goes out. Kevin and Vincent had a long day.
Kevin Grove prepares the bikes. Notice the built-in pressure washer on the slider on the side of the truck.
After the training, the bikes go back to the mechanics for the final cleaning, tuning and preparation for the race.
During the last training ride before the race, the John stops with the riders for a coffee at a local cafe. Nice to have dry weather.
The staff is always up early and at breakfast before the riders, getting organized for the day. But breakfast is always good in Europe
Our friends at Speedplay have provided a special pedal for use only at Paris-Roubaix.
During a long trip to Western Europe, bikes and wheels for many different riders and races are loaded into the team truck.
The BMC SLC01 is a proven performer in all conditions. The new SLX01 is under test at this year's Paris-Roubaix with specially-equipped Easton forks.
Photo: AbbiOrca.com Mechanics are in the team car all day, but hit full speed when the fleet of bikes and vehicles return from the field. Efficiency is everything.
The facility in Santa Rosa is the hub of mechanical support for both the European and Domestic schedule events.
The BMC Racing Team is supporting the Spring campaign, including Paris-Roubaix with the new truck show here.
BMC riders with Ian Sherburne following on the reconnaissance of cobbles on the Paris-Roubaix course.
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