starting at £2,000.00
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- Designed in Britain
- Five year frame warranty
- Custom butted 6061-T6 aluminium
- 27.5" wheels
- KS Cruxi Internal Dropper Seatpost
- Generous mud clearance
- Fox 34 Performance 150mm Boost
- Shimano SLX/XT 1x11 drivetrain
- Race Face Aeffect Single 30T Narrow Wide Crankset
- Shimano brakes
- Tough Kore Components cockpit set-up
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2018 Orange Crush Pro is available to Pre-order. ETA for the bike is 6th November 2018, please call us if you would like more information
The award winning alloy Hardtail from Orange has only had a couple of tweaks to keep it up to date with modern standards. A new Boost (148mm) rear axle spacing and a reshape of the rear stays to allow wider tyre widths to fit in the frame.
A true hardcore hardtail, the Crush is a long, low & slack ride which cruises the descents and climbs just as well.
The new 2018 Crush pro is spec’d well, the Fox Performance 34 fork up front is buttery smooth and the Shimano SLX/XT & Raceface drivetrain won’t ever miss a beat.
Designed in Britain
Five year frame warranty
Custom butted 6061-T6 aluminium
KS Cruxi Internal Dropper Seatpost
Generous mud clearance
Fox Performance 34 Float 150mm 27.5 Boost Fork
Race Face/Shimano XT/SLX 1 x 11spd Drivetrain
Kore Realm 3.0 Tubeless-ready Wheelset
Race Face Aeffect 150mm Dropper Post
Shimano SLX/XT 1x11 drivetrain
Race Face Aeffect Single 30T Narrow Wide Crankset
Race Face Components cockpit set-up
|A. Head Angle||65°||65°||65°||65°|
|B. Seat Angle||73°||73°||73°||73°|
|C. Top Tube||607mm||615mm||625mm||640mm|
|D. Effective TT||600mm||620mm||640mm||660mm|
|E. BB Height (axle diff)||-48mm||-48mm||-48mm||-48mm|
|E. BB Height (from ground)||310mm||310mm||310mm||310mm|
|G. Head Tube||100mm||110mm||120mm||130mm|
|Unless otherwise indicated all measurements are in mm. Frame angles are measured static, without rider sag. Bottom bracket height from ground is with 710 mm Ø tyre.|
Please note: This is for guidance only. You may be taller or shorter, it doesn't mean our bikes will not fit you. The best way to determine the correct bike size for you is to try one. We've added some more explanation on sizing theory here: What size frame do I need?