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No compromise, fast, minimalist: the new LECTOR X!

Greed for speed: rigid fork for unparalleled acceleration.

For those who only want one thing: maximum speed at any cost. While the others are busy locking out during climbs, you are already half way up the mountain: no one will catch you on a rigid carbon fork Lector X! No compromise? Definitely! The LECTOR X comes with our ultralight carbon frame and the specially designed 29" carbon rigid fork, featuring a disconnect brake mount, as does the frame. A bike for the toughest among you: a strong sprinter. Stiff. Fast. Do you have what it takes?

Award winning design
GHOST CARBON rigid fork

UC carbon

Our lightest material for optimum performance.

Only the best carbon fibres are used in this precision manufacturing technology. Thanks to optimised material distribution, we achieve maximum stiffness with less material consumption - and minimise weight at the same time.

The V2 disconnect brake mount

Redistributed braking force.

An innovative, direct connection between the rear brake and the X12 axle. This technical solution reduces the weight and some of the forces are uncoupled from the seat stay. Furthermore, no threads are required in the frame to mount the brake calliper.

Disconnect brake mount for forks

Optimised power flow.

The technology of our uncoupled brake mounts is now available for the front wheel! On our XC rigid fork, the new system is used to initiate braking forces directly in the axle and not in the fork.



We know what’s necessary on the track. Firstly, because our team riders constantly provide us with lots of feedback. Secondly, because our development team is made up of former (and some active) riders. This means that we deliver a race-ready product: out of the box ready for the track.

Selected tyre combination

The best tyre solution.

Our Race Setup uses different tyres to obtain the optimum blend of traction, grip, low rolling resistance and optimum cornering. This isn’t a mishmash; it’s sophisticated tuning for the relevant discipline.

Internally routed cables

Keeping it clean with super protection.

Greater protection and a cleaner look are the main arguments for internally routed cables and wires. Having long since been standard for racing bikes, internal routing has now been adopted by the MTB sector.

The Boost standard

Wider is better.

Boost means wider hubs. A minor adjustment for major improvement: Wider hubs bring more stability when wheel diameters are wider, e.g. on 29er bikes.