Photo Gallery: Orange Bikes 29er DH Prototype Plus Enduro, Trail, and Kids’ Bikes

Orange showed off a lightweight, prototype 29er DH bike and new colors on trail and enduro bikes.

Prototype Orange Strange 329, 29″ DH Sled. All photos by Brian Gerow.

Riders reported that the prototype Strange 329 was too light, so Orange has added these optional low-slung weight plates to allow customers to dial in their desired heft.
Clockwork Orange 27.5 130mm hardtail in a sweet seafoam colorway.

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Stage 6, 160mm 29er with an XTR build

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P7 29” 130mm trail-hardtail in “Ron Burgandy” reddish. The frame comes in steel or titanium, 27.5 or 29″, and steel tubes take any color from the Orange rainbow.

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Orange Five, 27.5″, 150mm front travel and 140mm rear, is a trail party in Wasabi green.

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Alpine 6, 27.5, with 170mm of front travel and 160mm rear, in — uh — yellow curry?

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Orange offers four fantastic kids bikes in 16″, 20″, 24″, and 26″ wheel sizes, that can be painted to match a friend’s or parent’s bike. These rippers fetch a bit more coin than most bikes for kids, but their light weight and quality builds set kids up for fun.
The Orange rainbow has grown, with Ron-burgundy, polished “mirror” alloy, wasabi-green, and curry-yellow rounding out the paint options.