Ketchup's Orbea Rise M10 MyO

iLuveKetchup

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Here are some photos of my first ride on the Rise M10 MyO. Changed the fork air spring to 160 (Grip2) and added Deity components.

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Tonybro

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On Orbea's website, you can customise the bike colours. This is a personal colour scheme that Ketchup has created and Orbea have factory made to his spec.
 

iLuveKetchup

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Gorgeous bike! Was the orange previously blue?
As @Tonybro mentioned, it is an M10 MyO custom paint job from Orbea. My local bike shop had an allocation for an M10 MyO with a shorter lead time than a standard M10. I figured why not get the MyO with a custom paint job, at no extra cost, and receive it sooner. (y)

A few photos from yesterday's adventure with the Rise...

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mak

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Stunning pictures, I love my M10 to the point where all this years and 2023 light weight bikes seem to be stealing the lime light on you tube.

The Orbea seems to be the forgotten missing link in the evolution of lightweight mid power bike, for me it's still the best.
 

Tonybro

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To be fair, he's pushed it into the woods too! :LOL:

He's probably just been cleaning it after each ride, unlike me with mine! Took it in for the broken mech covered in crap, straight from the ride it happened on! Booked in as 'muddy'! :love:
 

iLuveKetchup

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hows your bike? any problems so far?
No issues at all. Trailforks says I've had over 55hrs on the Rise since getting it in July '22. I share riding time with a DH bike at the park.

I wouldn't have thought so as the only riding it looks to have done is on a bike rack ...😂
I don't take it out when it's muddy. Our trails get wrecked when riding in the wet, so I try to avoid it as much as I can and therefore the bike stays relatively clean.

I don't even like taking out the analog bike when it gets wet.

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Here's some riding with the Rise.








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Tonybro

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We were just 'pulling your leg' as we say over here, or 'yanking your crank' as you might say. Apart from when it arrived, my bike has never looked 'new' since! :)
 

The Hodge

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No issues at all. Trailforks says I've had over 55hrs on the Rise since getting it in July '22. I share riding time with a DH bike at the park.


I don't take it out when it's muddy. Our trails get wrecked when riding in the wet, so I try to avoid it as much as I can and therefore the bike stays relatively clean.

I don't even like taking out the analog bike when it gets wet.

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Here's some riding with the Rise.








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As Tony said above ..just having a bit of fun which might have got lost on its way over the pond ..
In Northern England if we had to wait for a spell of dry weather then we would probably only get two rides a year..😁😉
 

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