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Orbea Bikes

A century of building bikes

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Orbea’s humble beginnings originated in the heart of the Basque Country in 1840, a family affair between three brothers. While finding their start in rifle machining, the company permanently left the industry to build bicycles just before World War I. Thanks to Tour de France stage champion Mariano Cañardo, Orbea very quickly gained recognition as a premier cycling brand in the public's eye. Over time, the company became a leader amongst its peers, pioneering many innovative products and manufacturing procedures. It's in this environment that Orbea has thrived, being an integral part of cycling in Basque country society.

Today, Orbea offers a wide range of bicycles, from meticulously-detailed road and mountain bikes, to simple commuter bikes, to pushing the envelope on electric bikes. Each Orbea bicycle has the spirit of the Pyrenees mountains, with an attention to detail that is unique to the brand. Every tiny detail on the bike has been hand picked for the best riding experience possible, making the bike as much a part of the rider as the legs powering it forward.

The All New 2018 Orbea Rallon

Turning a Good Ride Into a Great One

The fifth generation of the 2018 Orbea Rallon (pronounced “ray-YONE”) is the latest in a long line of winning long travel 29″ mountain bikes. For this newest generation, Orbea didn’t just rehash their already-proven geometry, they completely went back to the drawing board to create one of the most progressive long travel/all-mountain bikes on the market today. The whole range of Orbea Rallon bikes stands out thanks to it’s progressive geometry, cutting-edge technology, and ultra low weight.

The most distinctive element of the Rallon is it’s asymmetric front triangle that features a tube running from the top tube to the seat tube on the non-drive side, leaving the shock exposed on the other side. While it looks impressive, Orbea did this to increase front triangle stiffness in an effort to improve shock performance and cornering ability. Boasting 150mm of rear travel (and 160mm front travel) through Orbea’s own ‘Advance Dynamics’ four bar linkage suspension design, the Rallon is designed to help limit the disruption of the shock with braking forces combined with a high pivot point and a claimed improvement in both progressiveness and linear suspension action over the previous Rallon design, achieving this with a collaboration with suspension experts Fox. Neat features like a threaded bottom bracket, an integrated downtube protector, and the ability to run 180mm post mount brakes demonstrate the bike’s versatility.

Orbea has used their top of the line OMR carbon technology for the Rallon. The full range features the same monocoque frame and the same carbon fibers. This leads to an exceptionally lightweight bike that handles and climbs like a bike with less travel, thanks partially as well to a steep 76 degree seat tube angle and stubby chainstays. It isn’t until the descents that Orbea’s smart design makes itself known: it stays calm under rough straights, but does a good job of being agile through tight corners. Make no mistake, the Rallon is tuned for high performance first and foremost.

Models like the Orbea Rallon M-Team exemplify the stoutness of the redesign. Few long travel 29″ bikes can compete with it on climbing ability and low weight, but it still excels on rough, steep descents. Combine this with Orbea’s unique MyO customization program, and it is a formula for an excellent mountain bike.

Orbea Terra

You Won't Know Unless You Go

Riding solely on the road isn’t enough anymore. With a push for greater grip and comfort on road, and a desire to go further down the unbeaten path, Orbea has released the do-it-all Orbea Terra. More durable than a traditional road bike or endurance bike, the Terra is equipped with bigger tires, more clearance in the frame and fork, and calm frame geometry to keep you comfortable on rough roads and long rides.

On the gravel front, Orbea has equipped this carbon fiber frameset with generous tire clearance, officially swallowing 40mm-wide tires through the fork blades and rear stays. Larger Road Plus tires (around 47-52mm on 650b rims) aren’t an option here, but 40mm-wide tires work excellently in most conditions without sacrificing much on-road speed. Rolling over gravel, dirt, and other multi-surface roads, the Terra’s all-carbon frame and fork demonstrate surprisingly good handling capability in addition to great pedaling stiffness. While it has a relatively slack 70.5 degree headtube angle and 430mm chainstays, the bike doesn’t handle sloppily. Admittedly, it is no Orbea Orca, but turn it in to a high speed gravel corner and the bike does a good job of tracking through corners smooth or rough.

Offered in multiple builds and price ranges, as well as Orbea’s MyO paint and component customization program, the Orbea Terra is equipped with everything you could want in an adventure bike. It comes in one lightweight carbon frame combination, with each model featuring flat mount disc brakes, 12mm thru axles, and hidden fender mounts. Models range from the SRAM Rival 1x-equipped Orbea Terra M31-D to the Orbea Terra M10-D with Shimano Di2. Best of all, for its level of performance and construction, the Orbea Terra is tops in affordability compared to similar bikes on the market.

Orbea Mountain

Alma, Oiz, Occam, Rallon

While Orbea’s presence in the US is dominated by road bikes, mountain bikes make up the bulk of Orbea’s successes globally. Orbea remains a dominant force on the world cup mountain bike circuit, and is a leading name in long travel 29″ mountain bikes as well. From the ultralight Orbea Alma, to the rough-and-tumble Orbea Rallon, there is sure to be an Orbea mountain bike for every occasion and need.

The Orbea model line starts at the Orbea Alma hardtail mountain bike. The line is highlighted by the Orbea Alma M15 Eagle, Orbea’s ideal combination of low weight, pedaling stiffness, and surprising handling ability. It overall offers up a lighter-weight and more efficient frame, Boost hub spacing for up to 2.4” 29er tires, and a new full-carbon Spirit rigid fork option for a lightweight, snappy ride. To ensure consistent handling for all rider-heights, Small and Medium Almas are designed around a 27.5” wheel, while Medium through XL are designed around 29” wheels. Orbea continues to prove there’s a place for great riding hardtail mountain bikes, and the new Alma is one of the most advanced race bikes around.

The Orbea Oiz (pronounced “oh-eeth”) is built for pure speed, utilizing 29” wheels and minimal-but-effective 100mm of front and rear travel. It is built around Boost spacing, allowing for big 2.4” tires, and additional wheel stiffness. At a minimal weight penalty over a hardtail, the new Orbea Oiz will quicken even the smoothest ride, thanks to efficient, light-weight full travel suspension. Orbea further enhances performance by its use of UFO, a pivotless carbon rear triangle that offers extreme lateral stiffness with controlled, engineered flex to match the suspension path, featured on every model, including the Orbea Oiz M20. It’s a fast race bike first and foremost, and it makes no mistake about it. The rear suspension is among the most supportive in it’s class, making it a go-to weapon for anyone looking for outright speed.

Not to be outdone, the Orbea Occam trail/all-mountain bike comes as versatile as they can be. It starts with two different frame geometries, and three wheel sizes; Occam AM being a 150mm travel 27.5 inch all-mountain bike Occam TR is a 130mm travel 29 inch or 27.5 inch + trail bike. Like the Oiz, it uses their UFO pivotless rear triangle that provides almost 25mm of flex, and cuts 150g from the frameset weight, to just 1990g for a frame and hardware. The Occam features the typical “long reach, short chainstays, steep seat tube, slack head tube” that is making bikes more and more capable, but it combines it with aluminum models like the Orbea Occam AM H30, and ultralight carbon fiber models like the Orbea Occam TR M10 that are suited for just about any kind of riding.

The Orbea Rallon (pronounced “ray-YONE”) long travel 29″ mountain bike features an asymmetric front triangle that, leaving the shock exposed on the other side. While it looks impressive, Orbea did this to increase front triangle stiffness in an effort to improve shock performance and cornering ability. Boasting 150mm of rear travel (and 160mm front travel) through Orbea’s own ‘Advance Dynamics’ four bar linkage suspension design, models such as the Orbea Rallon M10 is designed to help limit the disruption of the shock with braking forces combined with a high pivot point and a claimed improvement in both progressiveness and linear suspension action over the previous Rallon design, achieving this with a collaboration with suspension experts Fox. Neat features like a threaded bottom bracket, an integrated downtube protector, and the ability to run 180mm make this an excellent choice for when the going gets rough.

From entry level to exotic high end, Orbea has the whole spectrum of mountain bikes covered. Each are quintessential Orbea mountain bikes, tuned for Basque country mountains.

Orbea Road

Orca, Orca Aero, Avant, Terra

While many companies build go-fast road bikes, few ask the question as to “the point in building a competition bike and not having a team” like Orbea has. With its roots in the high end Spanish bicycle manufacturer Zeus, as well as massive input from pro racing, it is no wonder that Orbea has such a comprehensive line of road bikes. From the respected Orbea Orca road bike to the versatile Orbea Terra gravel bike, each carries the distinct honor of being bred in the Basque country.

The highly-revered Orca road bike is their premier road bike, and a mainstay of the pro racing peloton. Unlike others who are turning aggressive race bikes into endurance machines, the brand new Orca is sticking with its competitive roots and is achieving even greater performance for racing and hard, competitive road riding. The Orca’s geometry has been refined for 2017, offering a lower, more aggressive riding position, as well as shorter chainstays and wheelbase for increased responsiveness. They’ve coupled this to a refined carbon layup, with rim brake model framesets weighing in at as little as 795g on models such as the Orbea Orca M20iTeam. Disc models are similarly light, at 840g for models like the Orbea Orca M20LTD-D. Despite the weight loss, Orbea claims that the new Orca is 26% stiffer laterally, and 20% stiffer in the headtube. This allows the Orca to turn in, accelerate, and carry speed better than ever before.

New to the Orbea road bike model line is the Orbea Orca Aero. For years, Orbea has focused more on low weight, climbing ability, and ride stiffness in the form of the standard Orbea Orca. However, with the Orca Aero, Orbea has found a winning combination of their proven geometry and aero tubing. The Orca Aero starts life with the top of the line OMR-grade carbon fiber frame that is designed to give free speed under all racing conditions, available on every model from the Orca Aero M30Team to the Orca Aero M11iTeam. They claim that riders save 27 watts of power at 50 km/h, or better yet 82 seconds over a 50 km course. They do this through use of an integrated stem and seatpost clamp, along with direct mount brakes, and seriously sculpted tubing profiles. Despite this, the Orca Aero frame weigh in at just under 1000g, while consistently showing up stiffer than their already-stiff Orbea Orca. The bike is built for speed and it makes no apologies for it.

The Orbea Avant is designed for long, grueling rides over varied terrain. All bikes in the Avant line are intended to keep the rider poised and in control on even the longest days, from the efficient disc brake Orbea Avant M10Team-D to the Orbea Avant M40. Unlike the Orca, the Avant’s geometry puts the rider into a more upright and comfortable riding position. Orbea’s Dynamic Structure Stiffness concept remains, delivering performance that matches the added compliance. Orbea is also offering the Avant in both carbon and alloy versions, giving beginner and more serious riders, alike, the Avant’s great handling and performance for years of happy riding. Overall weight is cut 200g to 990g, meaning that the Avant loses none of the precise handling and snappy acceleration that Basque country road bikes are known fork. Clearance for up to a 30c tire further take the edge off of long rides.

On the gravel front, Orbea offers the versatile Orbea Terra. The Terra comes as a carbon fiber frameset with generous tire clearance, officially swallowing 40mm-wide tires through the fork blades and rear stays. Rolling over gravel, dirt, and other multi-surface roads, the Terra’s all-carbon frame and fork demonstrate surprisingly good handling capability in addition to great pedaling stiffness. While it has a relatively slack 70.5 degree headtube angle and 430mm chainstays, the bike doesn’t handle sloppily. It comes in one lightweight carbon frame combination, with models such as the Orbea Terra M20-D featuring flat mount disc brakes, 12mm thru axles, and hidden fender mounts.

Each Orbea road bike comes in multiple builds and price ranges. Many of these models also offer the Orbea MyO paint and component customization program, allowing riders to find a bike truly built for their needs.

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At Contender Bicycles, our best tools for selling bikes are the people who ride them. Each of us on staff has extensive experience riding bikes across many brands. Cody Wignall is our expert on Orbea bicycles. To contact Cody regarding any questions on Orbea bikes, email him at cody@contenderbicycles.com or by phone during shop hours at Contact Us.

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