The year that shows what Rob Warner says about Alexandra Engen. Swede with Speed!!!
Sweden is a small country in cycling but we got some of the biggest stars, and they are women. Here’s a video about the womens road World Cup:
Sure, Marianne Vos is the biggest star, but Emma Johansson is always there, ranked nr 1 and I believe she wants to make all the silver and bronze medals to gold and beat everyone in every race. Sweden’s best road rider.
And the XCO and XCE + DH:
XCE World Cup winner and 2 time World Champion Alexandra Engen. Her biggest competitor is the Swedish National XCO Champion Jenny Rissveds. Jenny is aiming high and Alexandra is aiming higher. Giving us more action and better results for every year.
All three stars know the podium and aiming for wins. I hope they get as many as possible.
And with this Sweden should be the leading nation with women cycling. Sure, we have really good male cyclists but they got a bit to the podiums and to be as good as the top women.
Now it comes. The groupset to ride if you want to ride Sram and single chainring:
A Force with just gearing on the right side. 119g for the left lever, 158g for the right one. Right is exactly the same as Force 22. And then a Force crankset with carbon fibre arm and a spider for a single ring with a BCD of 110mm. CX1 chainrings available in 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46. a 42t is 75g.
The rear derailleur is using Sram’s Type2 clutch and comes with a medium cage so can use it with a 32t cassette. Cassettes and chains are normal Sram Force so you can use which 11-speed cassette you like.