[Bike Check] Jordan Sarrou’s BMC Fourstroke

Not even a week ago Jordan Sarrou was crowned XC world champion. Today we met him on the Monte Tamaro course, where tomorrow he will race for the European championship, on his completely yellow BMC Fourstroke. The weight of the bike is 10.4kg including pedals, for a size L.


It’s an all new color for the bike, painted exclusively for him, and above an all new rainbow jersey.

SRAM Eagle 1×12 AXS drivetrain.

34 tooth chainring. Some of the climbs at Monte Tamaro are really steep.

Suntour suspension (100mm front and rear).

SRAM Level brakes with 160mm rotors. The wheels are carbon fiber Dukes.

On the left side of the handlebar we find the suspension lockout, at the top, and the control for the dropper post at the bottom.

BMC’s dropper post, with its typical oval shape and 80mm of travel.

Lizard Skins grips.

Time pedals

Vittoria Mezcal tires front and rear. The track is quite wet from yesterday’s rain, but it should dry out by tomorrow.

The Mezcal tire’s profile. Width: 2.25 “.

Below is instead is the bike of Jordan’s teammate Titouan Carod, who landed third at the world championships in Leogang. Entirely identical, apart from the color.

The race will be broadcast live tomorrow on Eurosport. This is the program:



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