The adventure build of our new UK gravel frame: do not be limited by what a carbon road bike ‘should’ do, the Terra C affords the freedom to make your own choice. Carve any path without restraint and remove the distinction between road and trail. This is an updated and upgraded version of our hugely popular Terra Gravel, with a completely redesigned frame, new UK adventure geometry and, in this build, your ideal candidate for adventure riding. Whether you’re just looking to take the towpath shortcut on the commute or cutting through wild new territory on the South Downs, the swept bars, 38c tyres and super compact crank set make light work of all but the harshest terrain. The carbon road bike frame is equipped with Innegra impact protection to defend against rock strikes and geometry is designed for control over rough terrain and comfort for long days.
With its new colourway the Terra C now stands out from the crowd more than ever before. Designed as a lightweight carbon gravel bike the Terra C is fast on both road and gravel.
KEY FEATURES Frame: Orro Venturi STC Carbon Groupset: Shimano Ultegra Disc Di2 8070 Wheelset: Fulcrum R400 DB Tyres: Continental Grand Sport Race 28C Stem: Deda Zero 1 Handlebars: Deda Zero 1 Seatpost: Orro Aero Carbon Saddle: Prologo Kappa RS The Venturi is the product of over a year of design, development and testing. Like other aero bikes, it takes the aerodynamic features of [...]
DESCRIPTION Orro’s specially designed aero disc road bike. With unbeatable low weight and stiffness, and utilising an aerodynamically optimised frame, the Venturi rewards you with real world speed. This is a bike that encourages you to ride fast but lets you cruise in comfort when you want to calm things down. Optimised for 28C tyres, [...]
So what is this Straggler anyway? The easy answer is to say that we added disc brakes to a Cross-Check and this is close to accurate. People have asked us to make a disc version of our highly versatile Cross-Check for a long time now and almost everything about the two are very similar. Straggler is slightly different, though.