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Orbea Road Bike - £439.99 @ Winstanleys Bikes
Orbea Road Bike - £439.99 @ Winstanleys Bikes

Orbea Road Bike - £439.99 @ Winstanleys Bikes

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For those who missed out on the bicycle frame offer, posted a short while ago .. consider this fantastic road bike

This is a reliable bike, ideal for initiation. It's the perfect companion if you're taking up cycling for the first time, and the perfect partner for riding hundreds of kilometres with no drop in performance or durability.
Aqua is the ideal bike for leisure, for riding your favourite roads and for getting to destinations that other bikes can't take you to. Because to get to the top and enjoy it, you need the right bike and you need it to be reliable.
Frame: Orbea Aqua, Double butted aluminium, T6 heat treatment
Fork: Orbea Aqua monocoque
Cranks: OFMEGA Linea 42 x 52
Bottom Bracket: Semi Integrated Black
Front Derailleur: Shimano 2300
Rear Derailleur: Shimano 2300
Shifters: Shimano 2300
Cassette: Shimano HG50 13-26t 8-Speed
Chain: Shimano HG50 13-26t 8-Speed
Rims: Kronos Silver
Tyres: Vittoria Zafiro 700 x 23
Brakes: Orbea Alu
Brake Levers: Orbea Alu
Handlebar: Orbea road
Stem: Orbea Alu
Saddle: Selle Italia X2 Pro
Seatpost: Orbea Aluminium
Bike Colour: Black/Silver
Cycle Size: Frame 60cm
Year 2010

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2 Comments

I bought one of these last year for £515 from LBS. I think Merlin were doing them cheaper at that time, but I prefer to support LBS as long as it doesn't cost too much. Generally very pleased with bike, but can't spend more than 80 mins in the saddle comfortably.

You'd need to be 6'4" to go for the 60cm frame.
Edited by: "Loopijuce" 21st May 2011

Loopijuce

I bought one of these last year for £515 from LBS. I think Merlin were … I bought one of these last year for £515 from LBS. I think Merlin were doing them cheaper at that time, but I prefer to support LBS as long as it doesn't cost too much. Generally very pleased with bike, but can't spend more than 80 mins in the saddle comfortably.You'd need to be 6'4" to go for the 60cm frame.



80 minutes? What give you trouble after that? Have you been back to the shop to seek their help in sorting that?

If it's a saddle, they may be able to recommend one better suited to your anatomy. If it's aches and pains, they should be able to help you refine your riding position to get the best from your bike (they really ought to have started this before you left with it).

Not a bad looking entry bike, though for a 2010 model, 2300 equipped bike, that's not a huge bargain when you consider the similarly equipped SBC Allez sold for £499 as a current model, and now goes for under £400 (if you can find one).

Oh, and "ideal for initiation" just sounds kinky.
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