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Andrew Starykowicz introduced the new Orbea Ordu to the world at the DATEV Challenge Roth, posting a record-breaking 4:09:13 bike split aboard the fifth generation of Orbea’s Ordu frame. The powerful American averaged 27mph over 112 miles, which is pretty strong evidence that the new Ordu supplies plenty of speed, but more importantly, this Ordu was built to be more practical compared to overly complicated super bikes that feature integrated stems and brakes. Orbea pulled off an impressive feat by engineering the new Ordu to be more user-friendly, faster and lighter compared to the previous version.
The entry level Ordu M30 stays in the line and will sell for $2,299. There are six new models for 2016 with varying component packages that range in price from the $2,899 M20 to the $8,999 M10i-LTD.
Photos provided by Orbea.