Beautiful Bicycle - An Ultralight and Custom-Painted Orbea Oiz M Pro TR

Written by Alvin Holbrook, on April 19, 2021

Outside of our custom ready-to-paint options from OPEN and 3T, the Orbea MyO program is our favorite way to build up bike with custom paint and options. This Orbea Oiz M Pro TR, one of the latest MyO bikes to roll through our doors, is an excellent example of what going custom does and how it can make your bike truly yours.The Orbea Oiz mountain bike has dominated the cross country market since its inception, but it is this latest version that places the Oiz at the front of the pack. The M Pro TR uses their latest OMX carbon and a redesigned swingarm that comes in at a featherweight 1740g with a shock and hardware. This means that even with a stout Fox 34 Factory Stepcast fork, dropper post, and alloy wheels, this size large bike came in at a light 24.2 pounds.More unique is the MyO program, that allows those looking at an Orbea to customize their paint choice at no extra cost. Additionally, Orbea offers the ability to customize everything from fit measurements to wheel, tire, brakes, and more. We are all about getting the right bike the first time around, and Orbea MyO allows you to do just that.Here's the build breakdown for this Orbea Oiz M Pro TR:

Components Spec

Frameset
Orbea Oiz M Pro TR - Size L
Fork Fox 34 Factory Stepcast fork - 120mm
Shock Fox DPS Factory I-Line - 120mm
Drivetrain SRAM XX1 AXS, Raceface NEXT SL crankset
Brakes Shimano XT - Race
Wheelset DT Swiss XR 1501 carbon
Tires Maxxis Forekaster 2.35", Maxxis Rekon Race 2.35"
Handlebar
Orbea OC3 Carbon
Stem Orbea OC3
Saddle Selle Italia SLR Boost
Dropper Fox Transfer Factory - 150mm

This customer was able to just past the worries of getting the bike of their dreams before summer ended thru our pre-booked MyO slots. Book your Orbea today and jump the line!

Have any questions about the Orbea Oiz M Pro TR, or want to build an Orbea for yourself? Contact us during business hours or any time to info@contenderbicycles.com.

Photos by Berin Klawiter, words by Alvin Holbrook.


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