bike of the week, HTX Lector

To reach the top it helps with a topbike. If it’s a lot of climbing it helps with a light bike. If it’s technical you want tires to trust that is not getting of your rim and you want a fork that helps you as much as it’s possible. But racing at the top you also have to trust your equipment, nothing should make you slower or ruin your results, everything has to work. And it have to fit you.

Ghost Factory Racing Team knows this and Alexandra Engen knows how to perform at right moments. Win win you could say. And this is here bike that helped here to get up to 6th place at the Olympics in London, best result ever what I know.



Frame: Ghost HTX Lector (guessing size M)

Fork: Rock Shox SID XX World Cup

Brakes: Sram XX World Cup with blue spiders

Shifters: Sram XX Twister

Derailleurs: Sram XX

Cassette: Sram XX

Chain: Sram XX

Crankset: Tune Smart Foot, swedish style with Sram XX chainrings

Stem: Tune Geiles Teil 4.0

Handlebar: Engage Chord

Seatclamp: Tune

Seatpost: AX-Lightness Daedalus

Saddle: AX-Lightness Endurance

Wheels: Tune Prince/Princess with Sapim CX-Ray and AX-Lightness SRT CC rims

Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph tubular

Bottle Cage: Tune Wasserträger Uni

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Maybe the best 26″ hardtail ever built or MTB of the year? Or is that just because I’m swedish and always hoping to see a happy Alexandra on the podium?



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