With a change of teams comes a change of bikes from Silverback to the Spanish BH for Annie Last. For Team KMC EKOÏ SR Suntour she will be racing a BH Lynx Race, a 100mm travel XC and marathon racer.
Following a successful season in 2017, Annie started on the front row for the World Cup season opener in Stellenbosch.
SR Suntour is a title sponsor for Annie's team. They have supplied her with a carbon Axon fork along with an Unair shock. A single cable operated lever opens and closes the remote lockout for both components in unison.
Annie measures her effort with a Rotor 2INPower power meter crankset and propels a 32 tooth Rotor chainring. Time's lightweight ATTAC XC 12 (claimed weight 248 grams for a pair) connect Annie to the bike.
The rest of the gearing is largely a SRAM XX1 Eagle affair with a KMX X12 chain in a matching black and gold colour scheme.
Annie entrusts Magura's unmistakable MT8 Raceline brakes to perform the stopping with 160 mm rotors.
The wheels and tyres see French manufactures Mavic and Michelin combined. The wheelset is a Mavic's carbon CrossMax Pro while Michelin supply Jet XCR cross-country race tyre.
Annie's elects to race with Prologo's carbon railed Dimension Nack saddle. Just one more part that helps the bike reach a weight of around 10.2 kilograms.
- FrameBH Lynx Race RC (Size medium)
- ForkSR Suntour Axon Werks
- ShockSR Suntour UNAir
- WheelsetMavic CrossMax Pro Carbon
- TyresMichelin Jet XCR (Front: 2.25; Rear: 2.10)
- HandlebarBH Evo Carbon
- GripsSpecialized XC Race
- StemPro 70 mm
- SeatpostBH Evo Carbon
- SaddlePrologo Dimension Nack
- BrakesMagura MT8 Raceline
- Brake RotorsMagura 160mm
- ShiftersSRAM XX1 Eagle
- Rear DerailleurSRAM XX1 Eagle
- CassetteSRAM XX1 Eagle
- CranksRotor 2INpower
- ChainringRotor 32 tooth
- ChainKMC X12-TI
- PedalsTime ATAC XC 12
- Weight10.2 kg