Orbea Diva - Road Bikes: Reviews
(Mark Wiens)

Orbea Diva – Road Bikes: Reviews

Orbea Diva - Road Bikes: Reviews
Berne Broudy

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QUEEN OF THE HILLS

Testers loved the Diva’s asymmetrical carbon frame: It looks sexy and, more important, provides a smooth ride. Equipped with a SRAM Force drivetrain and light-but-stiff Ksyrium ES wheels, the stiff and spunky Diva climbed effortlessly up gap after gap in Vermont’s Green Mountains. The dialed geometry and precise women’s fit let riders tap all their speed on hills, flats, and descents. 15.6 lbs; orbea.com

Bonus: Personalize frame, components, handlebars, and wheels online or through an Orbea dealer.

Bummer: Available only in two sizes, and the oversize joints and stiff tail can beat up lighter riders on long rides.

From Outside Magazine, April/May 2021
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Lead Photo: Mark Wiens
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