E-Bike Key Specs
General Bike Specifications
Frame Orbea Gain Hydro 6061 Hydroformed Aluminium 2022
Forks Gain Hydro carbon fork
Brakes Shimano R7070 Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Shifters Shimano ST-7020 11-Speed
Rear Mech Shimano 105 R7000 GS 11-Speed
Cassette Shimano 105 R7000 11-32t 11-Speed
Chain KMC X11 11-Speed
Wheelset Ready GR 700c Alloy Wheels
Tyres Hutchinson Fusion 5 Performance TLR 700x30
Handlebars OC2 Road, reach 80mm, drop 125mm
Stem OC1 31.8mm interface -6º
Headset Acros Alloy 1-1/2" Internal Cable Routing
Seatpost OC 27.2 Offset 0, for integrated light
Saddle Selle Royal Asphalt GR
Weight 13.7 kg (Approx)
Electric Bike Specifications
Battery Ebikemotion 36V 6.9A 250Wh
Display OC monochrome ANT+ LEV
Motor Ebikemotion X35 Plus
Range 30-80 miles of power assisted range, depending on terrain
"LOVE THIS BIKE TO BITS"
I just love this bike to bits. It just looks and rides like a top class road bike. However the "gain" kicks in perfectly when needed and it really does help, but you still have to cycle hard and know when you have done a ride. You would be hard pushed to see it is electric as it looks a really smart bike. Great.
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Great company to deal with. Bike arrived on time and is perfect. I have been cycling for years, and over the last year I have struggled to get out on the bike due to poor health. What a bike and it’s great to be out with the guys in the club again doing 40/50 milers. I did go for the extra battery and have yet to run out of battery on a ride but not done more than 50 mile.
I would definitely recommend this bike to anyone who is struggling with healthy or fitness, it does make the miles a lot easier and it turns any hill into a flat and headwind into a tailwind what’s not to like.
Recently purchased an Orbea Gain D30 eBike from : E-Bikes.UK I ordered it Tuesday it arrived Thursday; Bike was extremely well packed in the box, Well after putting together (quite a simple job) I took it for a 10, mile ride without using any battery power; bike rode nicely and even without power on; I was able to climb some short hills with ease. The Following Day; I did a 32, mile ride using the basic power mode on the IWOC even climbed a couple of very steep hills 1400 ft, only using basic power mode, and at the end of the 32, mile ride I sill had 57% of Battery remaining, The very next day I did another 32, mile ride using basic mode again; and at the end of the combined two rides = 64, mile there was 32% of battery remaining. I think I will probably get 70,+ miles on a full charge using only basic mode, although I do ride a lot of the time above the 15.5 MPH cut off point, So far I’m very pleased with my New Orbea Gain D30. Also pleased with the guys at E-Bikes UK they are very helpful with some excellent advice for E-Bike owners. I’m very happy with my new bike.
Now completed 250 miles
Bike is still a joy to ride. Best tyre pressure are 70psi rear 65 front for my weight 75kg
Level 0 bike is heavy and hills are a struggle
Level 1 counters bikes weight and allows good progress.Assist is very mild and barely noticeable
Level 2 rapid progress especially in headwinds. Hills are a pleasure and not a chore.
Level 3 very strong assist on hills with rapid progress on any incline.
Bike is always smooth and almost totally silent at all times.
My average speeds have increased by 1.5-2mph
Assist cuts out at exactly 15.6mph however there is no “drag” from the motor and this speed can easily be exceeded as the bike reverts to normal.
Handling is excellent being comfortable and very stable at speed.
The 105 group set is smooth as silk and brakes powerful and progressive
Range is obviously dependant on elevation and assist levels used but 60–80mls easily achievable as long as you don’t hammer level 3
Rather annoyingly the built in lights default to being on at all times and are fiddly to turn off via the I woc button.
Ben and the team were exceptional. Explained the various options to suit my needs and helped me make an informed decision!
Been cycling now for just over 2 yrs and covered 11,000mls mainly on a ultra light Cannondale Caad 10. Dodgy right knee approaching 70yrs age persuaded me try this machine and it’s been a delight to ride so far. Geometry is identical and the bike is smooth comfortable fast and a joy to ride. The out front Ant + display is excellent and gives simple control over power levels 0-3
I have now covered about 200mls on this bike predominately on level 1 which gives gentle assistance up to 15.5 mph The bike will comfortably cruise at 20+ mph and there is no drag from the motor which is virtually silent. Although the bike is heavy (compared to Cannondale at 7.9kg) this is not noticeable on the move and power delivery is extremely smooth. Level 2 gives a lot of assistance on steep hills whilst level 3 is obscene allowing steep ascents at rediculous speed. Battery life seems per Orbea at 50-80 miles and I suspect more with sensible use.
Build quality and finish is very good and so far I am absolutely delighted with this machine.