New Orbis Road/Gravel Bikes from Baum Cycles

New Orbis Road/Gravel Bikes from Baum Cycles
Baum Cycles (Australia) – Orbis - "Road for dinner, gravel for dessert".

The Orbis comes in two flavours that differ in tire clearance. The Orbis R has a measured tire clearance of 28mm compared to the Orbis's 34mm ​measured tire clearance.

Orbis R:
"Employing every aspect of the tailored ride personality of a Corretto but with disc brakes. This is no gravel grinder. The Orbis-R is a modern disc brake bike exactingly built to the latest standards in disc road bike technology. The maximum measured tyre clearance of 28mm gives riders both increased road grip and a smoothing of the asphalt that makes you wonder how riding on 22c tyres was ever a thing. A 1.25” integrated headtube and Enve road disc fork compliments the direct mount brake mounts, formed chainstays and through axles", explained Baum Cycles.

Orbis - ​It’s the Orbis-R, with added generosity:
"A maximum measured tyre size of 34mm takes the plush ride that comes with a Orbis R to new levels of compliance. Increased bottom bracket drop ensures handling is not only everything you expect from a Baum but it is also tuned so that you can take advantage of the exceptional grip and cornering that the wider profile the tyres offer. Formed chainstays (for tyre clearance), a T47 bottom bracket and a tweaked stand-over height geometry (due to increased wheel radius) are just some of the features of the Orbis", they added.

Highlights:

Flat mount squircle chainstay undergoes an in-house compound bend, matching the drive side stay.


An internal rear brake line and all cables able to be internally routed. Coupled with a seamless head tube to fork transition.


Proprietary machined 6/4 titanium dropout, lowered for chainline clearance and designed to bend but never require replacement.

Standard Fuselage Package Includes:
  • Personalised fitting
  • Personalised geometry
  • Individualised diameter tube selection
  • All 8 tubes are butted in-house to rider requirements
  • Internal hydro routing
  • Standard paint schemes
  • Individualized headtube length to the millimeter
  • Semi-integrated Cane Creek 110 headset
  • Enve RD disc through axle fork 100 x 12
  • Proprietary 6/4 Ti thru axle dropouts
  • Axle spacing 142x12
  • T47 bottom bracket shell
  • Enve carbon seatpost
  • 3T ARX II Team Alloy headstem
  • Cable routing:
    • Mechanical
    • Di2 or EPS
  • eTap specific (no cable routing)
  • Maximum chain ring 53/39T
  • Maximum tyre size:
    • Orbis-R - 28mm measured
    • Orbis - 34mm measured





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