Orbea Gain M10i 20mph Bike

Orbea Gain M10i 20mph Bike
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2020 Orbea Gain M10i 20mph Bike

If you have considered getting an e-bike, but really dread all that extra weight a motor and battery would add, then the Orbea Gain Road Carbon e-bike will go a long ways towards lightening your load. This is the road e-bike that doesn’t look like an e-bike, and in fact, its level of motorized power will be just enough to get you up a hill faster, but you’ll still be breaking a sweat.

When Orbea came out with the aluminum version of the Gain, they turned a lot of heads with just how neatly they had integrated the motor and battery mechanisms into the frame without the obvious telltale signs that e-bikes usually reek of. No huge bottom bracket or down tube. It all fits neatly together with a minimum of fuss. And now that they have updated their Gain lineup with small but effective tweaks and additions. In this carbon version, it has to be about the lightest e-road bike on the market. So whereas, most e-bikes will knock over the scales at 20 kilos or more, the Gain Carbon, depending on the size and build, is a much more workable 11kg. That becomes very important for those parts of a ride where you are probably going to be out-pacing the motor – which cuts out at 20 miles per hour. But since Orbea has kept the weight so low, and developed their PAS Sensor, which uses 20 magnets embedded in the cassette lockring to detect much power to put out or to disengage completely, you won’t have to worry about motor drag when you are upping the pace.

Using the motor developed by ebikemotion as the X35 the rear hub means that you can do 100km of riding or 1500m of climbing at 20m/h without looking like you are on an obvious or inelegant e-bike. Orbea also developed a range extender option that is an external device fitting neatly in the down tube bottle cage and connecting via the C.A.N. or Controller Area Network bus port that charges the bikes main internal battery. The capacity of the main battery is 248 W/h, which can then be raised by another 208 W/h using the extender. The main battery has also been made ANT+ compatible, so that you can make sure all your devices from your power meter to your ANT+ computer can talk to each other. The iWoc system continues to control the level of motorized assistance you get from the Mode button on the top tube, starting with none, moving into Eco, and then Boost. It means that you will be able to get a great workout, but perhaps extend the distances you would normally have time to ride, or speed up the climbs you do.

The geometry reflects this expectation of wanting to increase your time in the saddle, and sticks with a pretty relaxed, endurance oriented reach and stack. But it will still be able to withstand any out of the saddle attacks, and with the hydraulic disc brakes, be able to keep you in complete control for those fast descents you can anticipate. And if you do like your rides to stretch for hours, an extra battery is available to help stave off any range anxiety you might have.

Fully integrated cables will keep the look slick and clean while oodles of tire clearance will make this an excellent long distance companion. Since Mavic have partnered with Orbea to outfit the Gain Carbon’s wheels, you can count on the dependability and performance that the UST system from Mavic will ensure. And they have been certain to make the frame capable of accommodating up to 40mm tires so you can go all sporty with 25mm tires or focus more on the comfort factor with the wider rubber.

A lightweight road e-bike like the Orbea Gain Carbon could change your whole outlook on the limits of your routes. You can cycle further and be faster than ever, and enjoy the journey while you’re at it.

  • Frame: Orbea Gain carbon
  • Fork: Gain carbon flat mount
  • Headset: FSA 1-1/8 - 1-1/2" Integrated Carbon Cup ACB Bearings
  • Brakes: Shimano R9170 Hydraulic Disc
  • Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace R9170 Di2
  • Crank: Shimano Dura Ace R9100 34x50T
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace R9150 Di2
  • Cassette: Shimano Dura Ace R9100 11-30T 11-Speed (stock, 11-28T optional)
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace R9150 Di2
  • Chain: Shimano HG-901
  • Wheelset: Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon Disc UST
  • Tires: Mavic Yksion Pro 700x28 UST
  • Handlebar: OC2 Road Carbon
  • Handlebar Tape: Black Anti-Slippery/Shock Proof Bar Tape
  • Stem: OC2 Road -8º
  • Seatpost: FSA K-Force SB25 31.6x350mm Di2 compatible
  • Saddle: Fizik Antares R5 Versus EVO
  • Motor: Ebikemotion X35
  • Battery: Ebikemotion 36V/6.9A ANT+
  • Charger: Ebikemotion X35
  • Remote: Ebikemotion iWoc ONE
  • Sizes: 47cm XS | 51cm SM | 54cm MD | 55.5cm LG | 57cm XL |
  • Colors: Black Gray, Orange Yellow, Bright Red Navy Blue, Blue White, Custom colors available

  • *Specs and pricing are subject to change. Please contact sales@wrenchscience.com for more info.

  • If you have any questions about this frame or bike, please contact our Orbea Team:

    Chris Ginsburg
    Toll Free: 866-497-3624 ext. 213
    International | Direct +1 510-529-3055

    Taylor Peliska
    Toll Free: 866-497-3624 ext. 207
    International | Direct +1

    * Individual experiences and results may vary.

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