2012 Orange Diva

June 30 2011

The 2012 Diva is back with a sharp new look and the same great features. Delivering everything you’d expect from an Orange hardtail, just refined for the perfect womens specific trail setup.

Orange Bikes Diva 2012

The 6061-T6 aluminium tubing is manipulated to create the best balance between stiffness and compliance. A chassis that’s efficient on the pedals, but forgiving enough to reduce fatigue and promote confidence off road. A slightly slacker head angle and steeper seat angle centre the rider, allowing easier weight distribution and greater control on technical trail features. Relieving contact on pressure points and allowing the rider easy movement around the bike, the Diva is built with one thing in mind; fun.

Highlight features at a glance:

  • 6061-T6 custom butted aluminium frame.
  • Diva Geometry.
  • RockShox Recon Solo Air forks.
  • Avid Elixir brakes.
  • 170mm cranks arms.
  • WTB Speed She saddle.
  • Race Face finishing kit.
  • Shimano transmission.

Air sprung RockShox forks ensure a perfect front-end setup regardless of rider weight, riding style or terrain. External rebound adjustment keeps the fork controlled and your tyres firmly planted for full confidence on rough terrain. Avid Elixir brakes provide powerful and controlled stopping, with lever reach adjustment keeping everything intuitively to hand. 

Hannah Barnes Orange Bikes Diva

Hannah Barnes taking it to the trails...

A proven Shimano transmission keeps the 9-speed shifting system slick and reliable with the short 170mm crank arms making the the gears easier to turn. Perfectly proportioned Race Face finishing kit and a WTB female specific saddle make riding a pleasure on all day epics or a quick local loop. No more stretch and strain, the Diva is all about the good times.

Orange Bikes Diva logo

The 2012 Diva will be available from July 1st as a complete build or frame only package.

The Orange Diva


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