When it comes to conquering the climbs and sprinting on the flats, nothing quite beats the fun of riding on a hardtail. With an aluminum frame, 29" wheels, and a 140mm travel suspension fork, the Orbea Laufey H30 Bike is the master of fun. The Laufey has wide tire clearance for up to 2.6" tires for a bigger contact patch, which means more grip. The frame also features internal cable routing, a chainstay protector, slack frame geometry, and two water bottle cage mounts. The H30 version of the Orbea Laufey comes with a Shimano Deore 11-speed drivetrain. This includes a cassette that has a hill-crushing 11-51T gear range that makes climbing and pedaling through demanding terrain much easier. Shimano MT201 hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable stopping power so you can descend under control. Orbea OC1 tubeless-ready wheels are paired with Maxxis Forekaster and Rekon tires that can be set up tubeless for a smoother ride, better traction, and fewer flats. With the OC MC20 Mountain Control Dropper, you'll be able to quickly lift and lower your saddle with the press of a lever.
When it comes to all-mountain and trail riding, you'll want a bike that is ready for a little action. All-mountain bikes come with longer travel and can still climb back to the top after all those descents. The Orbea Occam H30 Bike is ready for any trail you want to ride. It has a hydroformed triple-butted aluminum frame that uses 140mm of travel on the front and rear. The frame features internal cable routing and a two-part linkage design.
A trail bike, elevated. The tweaks we make to our shorter travel bikes to prepare them for a bit more rowdiness? Orbea took care of those for us with the Orbea Occam M30 LT Complete Mountain Bike. This is an accomplished pedaler that's been leveled up with a few downhilly touches, a carbon trail bike that's been lengthened, toughened, and plushified. With bigger suspension and more aggressive angles, the already awesome Occam has been turned into something more. The Occam LT is an all-mountain bike with bite, ready for the Pyrenees.
Ready to rally the World. A 1:25000 scale map, a weather forecast, and the Roubion. Three things you shouldn't hit the high mountains without. And while we can't guarantee you won't get lost or soaked, we're pretty sure there's no better bike to tackle ancient alpine terrain. And whether blind racing or just blindly enjoying the trails as they come, the Roubion's MX wheel combo feels like the best mix since Aperol met spritz. A 29-inch front wheel serves up high-speed stability and high-rolling confidence. Meanwhile, the 27.5-inch rear makes for an intuitive and highly maneuverable rear end that loves to get sideways around the most ragged of switchbacks. This bike is rapid, so when it comes to stopping power and control we've mixed things up here also. A 200mm front and 180mm rear brake rotor pairing ensure you shouldn't overcook the corners no matter how hot you're coming in. The Roubion's chainstay lengths are all specifically sized for the XS, S, and M frames too, meaning handling remains consistent across the range. And like all Julianas, each shock is tuned to work better for slightly lighter riders than equivalent Santa Cruz models. Wheel Size: - Size X-Small: 27.5-inch - Sizes Small – Medium: 29-inch front / 27.5-inch rear
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