Last year, Orbea launched its Terra full-carbon gravel bike, touting it as the ultimate adventure bike for enthusiasts seeking lightweight and versatility.
This week, the Spanish brand unveiled an aluminum counter-part called the Terra H, which offers all of the features of its more expensive sibling such as a full-carbon fork, hydraulic, flat mount disc brakes, internal cable routing, 12mm thru-axles and robust 40mm tires. Moreover, it’s available in both 1x and 2x drivetrains.
The Terra H is offered in six sizes (XXS-XL), along with three different color schemes, which can be purchased as a frameset only for $900.
Complete bikes with 2x drivetrains are available starting at $1800, which come equipped with Shimano’s Tiagra 2×10 groupset, hydraulic disc brakes, while the $2000 Terra H gets Shimano’s 105 R7000 2×11 groupset.
For $2200, the 1x variant comes with SRAM’s Rival 1 groupset, and the same Shimano RS170 wheels and Kenda Flintridge 40mm gravel tires as the less expensive models.
You can learn more about the new Terra H by visiting Orbea’s website here.
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