Performance, technology and style have always been cornerstones of cycling. We may not compete but we love the feel of a racing bike – an Orca that is light, fast and beautiful. Professional athletes, weekend warriors, Strava hunters and recreational riders all have similar aspirations – we love the machine as much as the lifestyle.
Performance gains can be found everywhere and obsession is part of the game. How far is too far? For as long as we have had goals, competition and a creative spirit, we have pushed ourselves to win. Once victory is tasted, it becomes an obsession to be the best. You feel it in your heart, lungs and legs – you can sense it in our bikes. Only by sweating the smallest details and pushing past what seems possible can we achieve our ultimate goals.
Oiz is familiar with the hard work it takes to reach summits, leaderboards and podium steps. We don’t need to fabricate a pedigree for this phenomenon – two world championships prove Oiz is a thoroughbred. Oiz and serious cross-country are synonymous, its presence on the World Cup is undeniable. Is the lightest, stiffest and most efficient machine available whether you pin on a number or take it up to the highest peak on your afternoon ride. Oiz has what you need to get there – there is no better weapon to aim for the top.
When the constant hunt for improvement in our carbon manufacturing yields results that barely resemble those from a few short years ago, it’s time to change the way we talk about carbon. With the introduction of OMX we are showing riders everywhere the direction of our lightest and most responsive racing frames. We don’t claim […]
Our Customer Service team is working harder than ever to support you better than ever.
It’s just one of the commitments we’ve made to ensure that working with us is always easy.
We could write a doctoral thesis or two on the evolution of mountain bike geometry. And hours talking about how they’ve changed in the last decade and adapted to different needs, trends… Best done over a cold beer and in good company.
Every rider is unique. We all understand that different riders seeking similar bicycles do not always have the same bike in mind.
Its hard to choose a destination when you want to plan your new adventure, you always think in somewhere cool, somewhere sunny, somewhere easy to travel, somewhere under crowded, but if you think about this place someone did before and probably all your i
We have some great news for the new season. Three times Enduro World Series second place overall rider Damien Oton, is joining our team.
The Euskadi Foundation has been writing its own pages in the Basque cycling book for decades. Stories that have taken place outside of the Basque Country, as often as from within; sagas that start when races do, and some that start long after they end. Hi
This has been a special year for us at Orbea. Fifty years have passed since a group of people — many of whom are relatives — took the reins of a company that needed strong leadership, clear decisions, bigger risks and full ownership of its ideas. This
Wild FS is a bike that takes you to the most remote corners of your dreams. Intelligent design and sophisticated suspension combine in the world’s first customizable e-MTB.
Performance racing is part of Orbea’s history. True to our roots, our collaboration with Vital Concept — B&B Hotels has hit a pivotal point in our development.
For four years, Euskadi-Murias and Orbea have collaborated closely to become an advocate for Basque cycling and build strong values that define the young participants of our sport.
From the Swiss mountains and glaciers to the Italian beaches of the Mediterranean. The last two races of the season took place at the end of September…
There are no words to describe Tomi Misser’s career. The Orbea Factory Team rider has already entered legend status.
During a grueling EWS schedule there are long down-periods used for training and preparation, punctuated by whirlwind tours of points across the globe.
A two-day trip in the Pyrenees, pushing adventure -and its gear- to the limits. That was the idea pitched to international media…