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Orro bike features Sigmatex fibers

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British bike manufacturer Orro's new Terra C features sigmaIF, a combination of Innegra and Sigmatex fibers.


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British bike manufacturer Orro has released its all new Terra C model road bike this month, featuring sigmaIF – a combination of Innegra Technologies and Sigmatex carbon fibers, to produce a completely redesigned frame.

The Terra C is one of several bikes in the Orro range that feature Sigmatex carbon technology. The Terra C has a lightweight frame, tire clearance and geometry aimed at the emerging adventure riding scene, while retaining the speed and handling of a road bike. Offering the same lightweight performance as more traditional carbon fiber reinforcements, sigmaIF offers improved impact resistance and damping properties – absorbing energy and reducing vibrations, which makes for a smoother ride.


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