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In 2013 Orange Bikes celebrated its 25th anniversary, which summons up two different feelings. Firstly, it’s incredible to think Orange has only been around that long when you consider what an established, hugely respected brand it has become, with a massive roll call of competitive honours — not to mention magazine ‘best-in-test’ awards — as long as your favourite trail. But, on the other hand, Orange still feels like that exciting, envelope-pushing young company that still has the ability to surprise.

Part of the reason for that sense of youthful, home-grown ambition is because Orange bikes are still based in Halifax, West Yorkshire. And while some of the brand’s entry-level and mid-range bikes are built in Taiwan, the firm still proudly builds its higher-end models right here in the UK. Which means that when they want to experiment with a new frame design or engineering concept, they don’t have to get someone in the Far East to knock up a sample; they have the skills and knowledge to produce it right here. And that’s why Orange has such an extraordinarily dynamic and complete product range.

Greatest moment

The early to mid-2000s were Orange’s the most successful years in terms of high-profile competitive success with the own-brand race team featuring British downhill legend Steve Peat. Peat was racing at his peak, too, taking the Mountain Bike Downhill World Championship with Orange in 2002 and then securing the overall Downhill World Cup series titles in 2002 and 2004. During their partnership he also won three British National Downhill titles.

But just to prove it’s not Peat’s incredible skills that made the difference, Orange also sponsored South African Greg Minnaar to the Downhill World Cup overall title in 2001, and helped Tracey Hannah secure the women’s under-21 Downhill World Championship in 2006.

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Range Highlights:

 

Orange Clockwork 120S 27.5″

Clockwork – £999 – £1,299

The Clockwork range of hardtails has been around for 25 years but it’s never been more effective out on the trails. Whether you intend to go racing, or just want to enjoy the ride at your own pace, the Clockwork series offers perfect off-road partners. The Clockwork 100 is a superb modern mountain bike, combining an agile lightweight aluminium frame with 100mm suspension fork and smooth-rolling big 29in wheels to create mile-muching trail performance. Meanwhile, the Clockwork 120 uses a bigger fork but smaller 27.5in wheels to make for a truly dynamic, lively and reactive trail weapon.

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Orange Alpine Rs 160 27.5″- £3,795.00 – 0% Finance Available from £89.60 Per Month.

 

Alpine 160 Pro, RS and Factory – £2,999- £4,899

Orange’s most effective big-hit all mountain machine, the Alpine 160 combines 160mm of full-suspension travel with 27.5in wheels to create a bike that offers incredible performance at speed with razor-sharp handling when things get tricky. The immensely strong aluminium frame features internal dropper routing and Orange’s proven low-maintenance, high-performance single pivot suspension. It’s all hand-built in Yorkshire and the RS model comes with a super-plush spec including a RockShox Monarch shock, RockShox Pike suspension fork, Shimano Zee/XT gears and Shimano XT hydraulic disc brakes.

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Orange Diva

 

Diva £999

Orange might be known for tough and sturdy machines, but they’re not designed to be ridden by muscle-bound heavyweights. The Diva is the easiest way for women riders to experience Orange’s legendary ride performance via its excellent lightweight aluminium frame, with a number of adaptations to suit female riders. It’s a great all-day machine, great singletrack weapon, even a great bike for when the speed hots up. And with some clever geometry considerations, women riders should really appreciate the stability and dynamism that’s been created especially with them in mind.

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