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As most high-end bicycle manufactures outsource product engineering, Orbea demonstrates a rare paradigm of in-house engineering. By conducting all engineering within the walls of their Basque foundation, Orbea is able to relentlessly tweak until perfection is met. For 2016, Orbea has placed the Orca frame under the loupe and scalpel in an intensive operation to trim weight from its already insanely lightweight frame. To accomplish this, Orbea reshaped or simply removed any design features from the predeceasing Orca frame that proved trivial to stiffness and ride quality.
Borrowing ride quality concepts from their World Cup Winning Alma mountain bike, Orbea implements them directly into the Orca. After doing some homework on the way bumps and vibrations are transmitted through the frame under a rider’s weight, Orbea was able to create a carbon layup that entails natural flex patterns to greatly smoothen the ride out, even if it’s over, dare we say, cobbles.The Orca displays massive tube cross-sections in the critical bottom bracket junction via a wide PF86 bottom bracket shell, as the head-tube, downtube, and chain-stays have been given larger diameters to work seamlessly together as a means of resisting twist and more efficiently convert pedal strokes to watts.
The Orbea Orca SRAM Etap Jenson Bike features Orbea’s OMR (Orbea Monocoque Race) carbon fiber construction, which is Orbea’s top tier frame. This by no means equates to a frame with any less of an appetite for racing. This full bred race machine is equipped with the innovative SRAM Etap groupset, significantly reducing the weight and providing precise shifting efficient enough to bring home some significant stage wins. Also included in the build is a full Zipp service course cockpit along with the super versatile Zipp 30 clincher wheels.
|Frame||Orca carbon OMR, monocoque, tapered 1-1/8" - 1,5", PF 86mm, powermeter compatible, internal cable routing, EC/DC compatible, 130mm rear spacing, 27,2 mm seat tube.|
|Fork||Orca OMR carbon fork, full carbon steerer, tapered 1-1/8" - 1,5", carbon dropouts|
|Headset||FSA 1-1/8 - 1-1/2" Integrated Carbon Cup ACB Bearings|
|Front Derailleur||SRAM Etap|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM Etap|
|Crankset||SRAM Red 22, 53/39T
170mm (47-53cm), 175mm (55-60cm)
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM/TRUVATIV GXP BB86 BOTTOM BRACKET|
|Chain||SRAM PG-1170 11-speed Chain|
|Cassette||SRAM PG-1170, 11-28t, 11-speed cassette|
|Wheelset||Zipp 30 Wheelset|
|Tires||Mavic Yksion Comp Tires, 700 x 25mm|
|Handlebar||Zipp Service Course SL-70 Handlebar
|Stem||Zipp Service Course SL Stem
|Seatpost||Zipp Service Course SL Seat Post|
|Saddle||Selle San Marco Zonoclan Racing Saddle|
|Intended Use||Road, Race|
|Weight||15.25 lbs (55cm)|
Note: Components are subject to change without notice.
|Seat Tube Length (mm)||410||440||470||490||510||530||560|
|Effective Top Tube (mm)||514.8||520.55||537.9||548.5||563.7||576||590|
|BB Height (mm)||271.5||271.5||271.5||271.5||271.5||271.5||271.5|
|BB Drop/Rise (mm)||70||70||70||70||70||70||70|
|Head Tube Length (mm)||104||112||130||145||165||182||207.1|
|Head Tube Angle||71°||71.4°||71.8°||72.1°||72.5°||73°||73.5°|
|Seat Tube Angle||73.5°||73.5°||73.5°||73.5°||73.2°||73.2°||73.2°|
|Standover Height (mm)||708||726||751||771||791||807||835|
|Chainstay Length (mm)||405||405||405||405||408||408||408|