Thursday, February 13, 2014

Orbea Ordu Gallery

The new Ordu is very fitter-friendly.  Its integrated fork/stem is very easy to adjust, and will fit a large range of rider positions quite nicely.  The lines on this bike are very unique and must be seen in person to be fully appreciated.  I built this bike with Ultegra Di2 electronic shifters and derailleurs, but went for Dura Ace Crank and front brake.  The rear TRP is hidden behind the Bottom Bracket.

We can custom Spec an Ordu any which way you like.  Complete Ordu bikes (built around an Ordu Monocoque Carbon Race frameset) start at $4,999 (Ultegra 6800 Mechanical). As pictured, the cost is $10,200.

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Stunning, isn't it? (yes, the green must go -- ISM Demo Attack Saddle for the moment)

MIx of Dura Ace mechanicals and Ultegra Di2 Electronic shifters and Derailleurs on this bike

The lines on this bike are much more impressive in person.

Hand-made in Spain, this frame is remarkably unique.

Integrated fork/Stem is very versatile.  Several Stem length options, and a range of angles are achievable.

Beefy Profile Design 78mm front with Schwalbe One Tire in 23mm 

I just love the red lines with white webbing running throughout the frame.


the finish quality of this "made in Spain" frame is unlike any other I have seen.

Profile 78 Twenty-Four Rear (Twenty-Four stands for 24mm wide rim - much like Zipp FireCrest Concept)

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