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Orbea Alma H10 Complete Mountain Bike
Retail Price: $2499.00
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Whether you're a seasoned veteran, or you're brand new to the world of knobby tires, the Orbea Alma H10 Complete Mountain Bike gives you everything you need to enjoy the ride, without any unnecessary fluff. Built around Orbea's aluminum Alma frame, and rolling on an assortment of Shimano, Fox, and Race Face components, the Alma is easily race-worthy. But even if you don't choose to strap a number plate to it, it'll handle your favorite trails with all the gusto you'd expect from the Basque brand's mountain bike lineup. Orbea borrowed heavily from its carbon fiber Alma when it came time to design the Alma Hydro frame. The Alma shares the same tight handling geometry that makes the carbon version so popular, as well as Orbea's signature lines. Where the difference lies is in the Alma Hydro's triple butted 7005 aluminum tubeset. Basically, each tube is thicker at the ends than in the middle, which not only saves weight, but works in conjunction with Orbea's tube forming, providing plenty of compliance to smooth out the trail. The size medium and large Alma roll on 29-inch wheels, while the small runs on 26-inch wheels, providing more responsive handling for smaller riders. Suspension duties are handled by an Evolution Series Fox 32 fork, which provides 100mm of air-sprung travel to smooth out the trail. It employs an open cartridge damper, which provides adjustable compression and rebound damping. Shimano MT66 wheels keep the Alma rolling, and they're both stiff and light, so you won't waste your energy pedaling around on heavy wheels. And they're wrapped in Geax AKA tires, which are widely popular for their fast rolling, grippy tread pattern. The drivetrain is a Shimano blend, which features SLX shifters, brakes, and front derailleur, with the lighter weight XT group getting the nod for rear derailleur and double chainring crankset. By combining a new-school double with the 11-36 cassette, you get quick, crisp shifts, and plenty of range to tackle the hilliest t...