Last year we launched our All Road carbon bike, the Terra. Now is the time to see a new model that will make any terrain rideable: the Terra H. The aluminum version comes with all the benefits of its older sister, in three different models and three colors.

We have designed the Orbea Terra with the goal of conquering any terrain: gravel, road, cyclocross courses, etc. It's an aluminum bike with all-road geometry; its tire clearance makes it versatile, with the option to mount mud guards and racks, a dynamic structure and internal wiring. What's more, its carbon fork and a range of six sizes allow any rider to choose their own.

ALL ROAD GEOMETRY

Control in a variety of circumstances. Terra is designed to be at home on dirt, gravel or just about anything else you might encounter. Terra ergonomics work for cyclocross, all-day rides and the occasional long training day on the road. Handling is precise and intuitive. Angles and dimensions are considered carefully across a range of sizes to maximize rider comfort.

VERSATILITY

Terra can fill several roles - Gravel, Road, CX, Winter Training or Commuting. Tire Clearance, the ability to mount accessories like mud guards combined with a functional All-Road Geometry means that Terra can change with the seasons.

COMFORT

Small sections absorb vibration.

Optimized shapes for compliance and comfort.

Lighter than elastomer inserts.

A SMOOTHER TERRA MEANS MORE COMFORT AND CONTROL

STIFFNES

Large sections create a stiff spine

Optimized shapes resist directional flex

Increased surface area improves stiffness

A STIFFER TERRA MEANS MORE POWER TO THE REAR WHEEL

TERRA FORK

The Terra fork uses a robust crown, rounded blade profile and longer fork legs to offer the best combination of elasticity, tire clearance and torsional stiffness. • Longer legs for more vibration absorption & bump compliance

Stiff crown for rigidity & precise tracking

Fits 40c tires with 5mm clearance each side

ORBEA S. COOP.

 

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