The legendary Orange hardcore steel hardtail has gone through a few changes over the years and after a brief hiatus it's back with new geometry, a new Reynolds 525 tubeset and a new wheel size, but with the same attitude that'll see it stood outside the headmaster's office on the first day of trail school.
This new P7 has rebel written all over it; long top tube geometry, a slacker head-angle even that the rowdy Crush, this bike means business. The whip and the spring of the CroMo chassis cannot be replicated, and once you 'get' steel, it's hard to go back to a frame with a less spirited ride. The P7 urges you to go faster, pedal harder and fly higher.
With frame features like the bolt through rear axle for rigidity, optional hose and cable bosses where you want then, chunky tyre clearances, and internal dropper seatpost routing the P7 is ready to rock and roll.
Back by popular demand in limited numbers, you may have to join the queue - Steel Yourself.
Reynolds 525. Wheel Size: 27.5.
|Reynolds 525 Tubing|
|Seat Tube Length||15"||17"||18"||20"|
|A. Head Angle||65°||65°||65°||65°|
|B. Seat Angle||74°||74°||74°||74°|
|C. Top Tube||606||617||632||638|
|D. Effective TT||600||620||640||660|
|E. BB Height (axle diff)||-48||-48||-48||-48|
|E. BB Height (from ground)||301||301||301||301|
|G. Head Tube||100||110||120||130|
|Unless otherwise indicated all measurements are in mm. Frame angles are measured static, without rider sag. Bottom bracket height from ground is with 705 mm Ø tyre.|
|Single crown||Triple Clamp|
|Rear Hub||148mm x 12mm Boost|
|Seatpost Ø||30.9 mm|
|BB Shell||73mm ISCG 05|
|Tapered Headset||Upper: ZS44/28.6
|Yes||Downhill||4.0 out of 5 stars|
|Yes||Freeride||4.0 out of 5 stars|
|Yes||Enduro||5.0 out of 5 stars|
|Yes||All-Mountain||4.0 out of 5 stars|
|Yes||XC Trail||4.0 out of 5 stars|
|Yes||Adventure||4.0 out of 5 stars|
|Yes||Touring||4.0 out of 5 stars|
|Yes||XC Racing||4.0 out of 5 stars|
Please note: This is for guidance only. You may be taller or shorter, it doesn't mean our bikes will not fit you. The best way to determine the correct bike size for you is to try one. We've added some more explanation on sizing theory here: What size frame do I need?
We think the best way to find out what an Orange Bike really has to offer is to ride one. So don't just take our word for it, get out there and give one a go.
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