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The hardworking Five has been a stalwart of the Orange range for a long time. It’s tough, reliable and capable. The harder you push it the happier it seems to be. So we better make sure we don’t mess with it right?
It was last updated a year and a half ago, it was time to see what Orange could do for the new Five. they liked the way the Four rode, and how it’s suspension action had a really active feel to it, they set about seeing how they could bring this same element to the Five’s set-up. To add the new compact rear suspension layout to the Five would be ideal, but where would they fit the shock? In theory lower in the frame, in practice, not so easy. But if it was easy, it wouldn’t be worth doing, and the guys in the frame department came up with the goods. Like the solving of a complex engineering puzzle they worked out a way to lower the shock by adding a new pressing in the fabrication of the downtube, leading the way to the compact rear on the Five and improving the shock’s ramp-up at the same time.
That isn’t all, they’ve added extra strength-forming features to all the major frame assemblies, improving resistance to lateral flex and twisting forces. Boost sizing at the rear hub and an extra 6mm in the pivot spacing helps here too, enabling us to add more tyre clearance.
And if that’s not enough, the CNC department found weight savings in the billet machined parts to build up the lightest Five they’ve ever produced.
Geometry is optimised for a 150mm travel fork, while the rear sits at the 140mm trail bike sweet spot.
We love the ride of the new Five, it’s lively ‘pop’ has to be experienced, and when pushed hard the bike gives back to the rider. Grip, feel and a lively ride all there in abundance.
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- Frame Handbuilt in Britain
- Five year frame warranty
- Aggressive trail geometry
- Longer toptube and wheelbase for high-speed stability
- Internal Dropper Routing
- Suspension: 150mm front & 140mm rear
- RockShox Pike RCT3 150mm Fork
- Rockshox Monarch RCT3 Rear Shock
- SRAM XO-1 Drivetrain
- SRAM Guide R Brakes
- SRAM X1 Crabon Crankset
- Hope + Mavic EN627 Tubeless 27.5 Wheelset
- Renthal Cockpit components
- KS Lev Integra Dropper Seatpost
With a RockShox Pike RCT3 fork, XO-1 11spd drivetrain, KS dropper seatpost, Hope hub and Mavic Tubeless wheels on Maxxis Tyres, this is truely a trail ready bike. A choice pick of components that even the toughest of riders would be happy to hammer.
|Frame||6061-T6 Monocoque UK Formed Custom Aluminium Tubing. Wheel Size: 27.5 Rear wheel travel: 140|
|Fork||RockShox Pike 150 RCT3 Solo Air Boost|
|Rear Shock||RockShox Monarch DB RT3 190 x 51mm|
|Shifters||SRAM GX1 11spd (RH only)|
|Derailleur (Front)||Top Guide Chain Device|
|Derailleur (Rear)||SRAM X0-1 Carbon 11spd|
|Brakes||SRAM Guide R 200mm/180mm|
|Crankset||SRAM X1 Carbon 30t|
|Cassette||SRAM PG1150 10-42 11spd|
|Chain||SRAM PCX1 11spd|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM GXP|
|Hub Front||Hope Pro 4 (Black) 15x110mm Boost|
|Hub Rear||Hope Pro 4 (Black) 12x148mm Boost|
|Rims||Mavic EN627 27.5"|
|Tyres||Maxxis High Roller II 2.4 3c TR Exo / High Roller|
|Handlebar||Renthal Fatbar M35 20mm Rise 800mm|
|Stem||Renthal Apex M35 50mm extension|
|Saddle||SDG Strange Bel Air 2.0|
|Seatpost||KS Lev Integra 125mm drop|
|Number of Gears||11|