Orbea Avant H30 (Black/Pink/Jade)

The rumors of alloy's demise have been greatly exaggerated — and the Avant H30 is testament to that. Designed by Orbea's in-house engineering team, the Avant Hydro frame rivals other brand's carbon offerings when it comes to stiffness and weight. Add in Shimano's category-leading 11-speed 105 drivetrain and it's a surefire winner for getting the most out of your budget. They designed the Avant for the rider whose cycling experiences go far beyond the summer race course. A bike fit that reduces fatigue and is designed to go the distance is perfect for the biggest challenges — Gran fondos, dirt road epics and marathon events. Rediscover where an alloy bike can take you on the Avant H30.

Dynamic Structure Comfort - Structure, tubing shapes and frame design are elemental to building a comfortable frame that helps reduce muscle fatigue. Avant's Dynamic Structure provides a smooth, light ride without bulky compromises like tubing inserts and elastomers. The natural flex patterns created by the carbon layup and minimal bulk of the top tube and seat stays deliver a dynamic, smooth ride that feels like floating over rough roads. The sensation is subtle - but it is noticeable and can be tested.

Efficiency - The large majority of torsional and lateral loads are handled by the lower spine of the frame. The headtube, downtube and chainstays are shaped to resist twisting and transmit power to the rear wheel. There is no doubt about it, large cross-sections and resistance to flex in the bottom of the frame translate directly to more watts on the road and a sensation that power transfer is instantaneous.

Avant Fork - The Avant fork uses a shallower, rounded-blade profile and longer fork legs to offer the best combination of elasticity, tire clearance and torsional stiffness. The increased axle-to-crown height is offset by a shorter headtube to maintain stack measurements and improve aesthetics.

Orbea Endurance Geometry - Avant Endurance Geometry is born from years of analyzing how ergonomics can help you ride further. Unlike a racing geometry that is focused on aerodynamics, endurance ergonomics result in a bike that is easier to ride and increases stamina. Handling is precise and intuitive. Angles and dimensions are considered carefully across a range of sizes to maximize rider comfort. And more comfort means longer rides.

Brand

Orbea

Model

Avant H30

Size

47cm, 49cm, 51cm, 53cm, 55cm, 57cm, 60cm

Color

Black/Anthracite/Green, Blue/Green, White/Black/Blue

Frame

Orbea Avant Hydro, hydroformed triple butted aluminum, headset 1-1/8"", internal cable routing

Fork

Avant carbon fork, aluminum steerer, 1-1/8"" head tube.

Headset

1-1/8"" Semi-Integrated Aluminium Cup

Axles

Rear: 130mm

Rims/wheels

Vision Team 25 Clincher

Tires

Kenda Kriterium 700x25 60TPI

Crankset

FSA Omega Megaexo

Chainrings

34x50

Bottom bracket

BB 68mm - BSC English

Chain

Fsa Team Issue

Front derailleur

Shimano 105 5801 

Rear derailleur

Shimano 105 5800 GS

Cassette/rear cogs

Shimano 105 5800 11-32t 11-Speed

Shifters

Shimano 105 5800

Handlebars

Orbea OC-II

Stem

Orbea OC-II

Brakes

Orbea OC-II

Saddle

Prologo K3 STN size 141 mm

Seat post

Orbea OC-II Carbon 27.2x350mm

 

 

Size Seat Tube (c-c) 47 49 51 53 55 57
Seat Tube (c-t) 410 440 470 490 510 530
Top Tube Length 516. 526. 535. 548. 563. 580.
Head Tube Length 113 132 150. 165 188. 205
Chain Stay Length 414 414 414 414 418 418
Seat Tube Angle 74. 74. 74. 74. 73. 73.0
Head Tube Angle 71. 71. 72. 72.0 73. 73.0
Stand Over Height 714 729 763 781 796 813
Wheel Size 700c 700c 700c 700c 700c 700c
Stack 517. 536. 555. 573. 596. 615.
Reath 363 367. 371 378. 383. 392.

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