Orbea has released the Onna hardtail mountain bike described as a fun and efficient bike to uncover your passion for mountain bike or begin exploring XC. Available across a range of affordable price points, the aim is to tempt the trail-curious contingent of cyclists out there to finally press send on a singletrack-appropriate vehicle on which to broaden their off-road horizons. Here’s a quick overview. Orbea Onna
The Orbea Onna is a 100mm travel aluminum hardtail mountain bike designed for those of all genders, despite the word “Onna” being one of many ways to refer to women in Japanese. For Orbea, the original “Onna” was in fact a revolver that the brand manufactured around 1840. Nomenclature aside, the Onna is now reincarnated as a different weapon, an MTB designed to deliver good times only. It enters the Orbea line-up as an entry-level bike, aimed at riders who are new to mountain biking, perhaps thinking about heading off the asphalt onto trails for the very first time. It’s a modern iteration of the bike on which most of us who consider ourselves mountain bikers discovered our love for the sport. Bear that in mind when you take a glance at the geometry figures below.
The Onna is by far and away the most affordable mountain bike from Orbea with all models coming in well under the price of their more aggressive geometry-rocking Laufey . Complete bike pricing starts at £629 ($799 USD), pitting the Onna as a competitor to the Trek […]