Interactions with Orbea bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇪🇸 Spain
  2. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  3. 🇺🇸 United States
  4. 🇫🇷 France
  5. 🇩🇪 Germany
  6. 🇮🇹 Italy
  7. 🇫🇮 Finland
  8. 🇸🇪 Sweden
  9. 🇳🇴 Norway
  10. 🇵🇹 Portugal
Top Model Ranges
  1. OIZ 🇫🇷
  2. ALMA 🇪🇸
  3. ORCA 🇬🇧
  4. OCCAM 🇺🇸
  5. TERRA 🇩🇪
  6. RISE
  7. LAUFEY
  8. AVANT
  9. MX
  10. GAIN
Price Points
$0
$12,000
Categories
EnduranceRaceGravelXCTrailEnduroUrban
eBikes
BikeseBikes
Model Ranges by Category
Endurance

GAIN, AVANT

Race

ORCA

Aero

ORCA

Triathlon

ORDU

Gravel

TERRA, VECTOR

Enduro

WILD, RALLON, OCCAM

Youth

MX

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Orbea bikes are most popular?

The most popular Orbea model families are the OIZ, ALMA, and ORCA.

Q: Does Orbea make eBikes?

Yes, Orbea manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.

Recent Reviews
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Orbea Urrun 10 review

Mick Kirkman

Ride quality doesn’t quite live up to the Urrun’s million-dollar looks, due to the overly forward riding position

  • Smooth-welded monocoque chassis looks the business

  • Proprietary Shimano EP8 RS system delivers smooth power and massive range

  • Steering and handling feels twitchy and unstable

  • Frame is rock-solid and beats you up a bit on rough trails

Sep 2022Read Review

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Orbea Rise H10 review

James Costley-White

If you want to supplement your leg power on trail rides, not full-on turbo-boost them, the Rise could well be the ebike for you

  • Battery life

  • Efficient motor

  • Confident, smooth ride feel

  • Good value

  • Seatpost clearance is limited

  • Tyres don't suit UK conditions

  • Saddle is uncomfortable

Aug 2022Read Review

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2022 Orbea Rise H10 E-Bike

LaurenWilliams

Every bit as good as the carbon model, but for less money and with more range.

  • Lightweight design with a greater than average max torque (60Nm)

  • Impressive range due to larger battery paired with restricted motor

  • Sleek electronics

  • Nearly Invisible aluminum welds

  • Customizable build kits

  • Great value for high-end builds

  • Handles remarkably well through various terrain

  • Excels on technical climbs

  • Mimics a natural ride experience on a mountain bike

  • Stock tires are not on par with the abilities of the bike

  • Battery life display is vague

  • Power button positioned in a spot that collects dirt

Jul 2022Read Review

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2022 Orbea Rise H30 review

Knut Nes

Orbea launced the carbon frame Orbea Rise a couple of years ago. This was a 29er bike in the Superlight category. The bike came with the Shimano EP8-RS motor, a detuned version of the EP8. With a 360 Wh battery, this bike was quite lightweight. Orbea claimed some 16 kgs for the most expensive model. Watch the video review of the Rise H30, or keep reading below. Less superlight For 2022, Orbea introduced the carbon frame version – Rise Hydro. …

Jul 2022Read Review

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The 2022 Orbea Rise H15 in our 2022 eMTB budget group test – The best 2022 budget eMTB under € 6,500

Mike Hunger

In our 2022 budget eMTB group test, we pitted the Orbea Rise H15 with Shimano EP8 RS motor and integrated 540 Wh battery against the hottest eMTBs of the year.

  • Beautiful, high-quality frame and top workmanship

  • MyO configurator customisation options

  • Top riding fun on flowing trails

  • Consistent spec

  • Only a small brake rotor at the rear

Jun 2022Read Review

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Orbea Rise H30 Review

Price: $5699.00 | Model Year: 2022 | The entry model in the Orbea Rise line of light weight full suspension electric trail bikes. Featuring the Shimano EP8-RS Rider Synergy mid-drive motor that's custom tuned for efficiency, offering 60nm of peak torque and 250 watts nominal output. Available in four frame sizes, three color choices, and many hardware upgrade paths using MyO configuration ordering.

  • The entry model in the Orbea Rise line of light weight full suspension electric trail bikes. Featuring the Shimano EP8-RS Rider Synergy mid-drive motor that's custom tuned for efficiency, offering 60nm of peak torque and 250 watts nominal output. Available in four frame sizes, three color choices, and many hardware upgrade paths using MyO configuration ordering.

  • Fully integrated battery pack utilizes 21700 battery cells from Panasonic that offer high energy density, reduced weight, and more charge cycles. Optional range extender battery is shaped like a water bottle for easy mounting and use. Boost hub spacing with 15mm and 12mm thru-axles offer improved stiffness. Stock 29er wheels can switch or mix with 650b and plus sized tires.

  • Dual piston 180mm hydraulic disc brakes from Shimano. 12-speed Shimano SLX drivetrain with wide 10-51 tooth cassette. Marzocchi suspension fork and Fox rear suspension offer 140mm travel with compression and rebound adjust. 40mm dropper seat post, fast 4 amp battery charger, highly adjustable Shimano SC-E7000 display panel and smartphone app.

  • Heavier than the M series carbon fiber frames, in part because the H series comes with a higher capacity battery pack (540wh vs. 360wh). Charging port is directly in the path of the left crank arm, the power button is low on the frame, the menu change button is on the Shimano display vs. the easy to reach button pad. Main battery is not easily removed which adds weight, can make charging more difficult, may limit travel and and subject the battery to varied temperatures.

May 2022Read Review