This is the brand new Orange Switch 6 trail bike, aka the mullet. As such, it has a 29in front and 27.5in rear wheel. Same 150mm travel at both ends.
The Orange Clockwork is something of a stalwart in the Orange hardtail range, but the latest EVO version brings this timeless classic bang up-to-date.
The Orange Five certainly isn’t new, but the Halifax brand has made significant changes for 2020 that pep up this trail riding classic.
New version of the Orange Alpine 6, complete with improved cable routing and, wait for it, bottle cage bosses under the down tube.
The Orange Alpine 6 E is their first foray into the e-bike market has yielded a motorised version of an old classic.
Revised specification and pricing within the Crush range makes the Crush Pro £2K, but the entry-level Crush S has also been upgraded to fill the void.
With a revised frame construction, the new Orange Four is light, fast and a bundle of fun. Short-travel trail bike with 130mm travel front, 120mm rear.
The new Orange Alpine 160 has been given a sizing reboot but is too heavy to compete - £3,960
Testing the juicy new short-travel 29er from Orange
There's already a 29er Clockwork, now Orange has introduced a 650b version - £1,250
It had to happen — another Orange classic gets the 650b treatment. But has the makeover been a positive one? Time to head for the hills...
Orange's classic Five turns 29er, but does it match up to the cream of the big-wheeled crop?
Why Orange is pushing the boundaries of travel for big wheels
The Orange Five S is a multi-award winning classic of mountain bike design — but does it still stack up against the competition?
Orange's new Five 29 arrives in the MBR studio... and we thought you'd like a sneak peek
Roo took the Orange Alpine 160 to the Mountain of Hell and back, giving it the most abuse of all of this year's longtermers. Is the extra weight worth its…
With 40mm less travel than the Five but created from very similar DNA, we find out if the Orange ST4 makes up in speed what it lacks in travel.