Órbita bicycles

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Órbita – Bicicletas Portuguesas, Lda.
Traded as Órbita
Founded 1971
Headquarters Águeda, Portugal
Area served
Worldwide
Products Bicycles
Parent Miralago, S.A.
Website www.orbitabikes.com

Órbita – Bicicletas Portuguesas, Lda. is an international bicycle manufacturer headquartered in Águeda, Portugal. The bicycles produced are branded as Órbita or Orbita (in some countries).

The company was created on 2 February 1971 and is 95% owned by the Miralago S.A group.

Órbita manufactures a wide range of bicycle types including utility, mountain, racing, touring, hybrid, cruiser and BMX bikes. These include specific models for women, for men, for children, vintage bikes, two rider bikes, tricycles and folding bikes.

70% of Órbita's production is exported and the rest is destined to the Portuguese market. Órbita bikes are presently sold in several countries of Europe, Africa and North America.[1][2]

Models presently in production[edit]

Órbita bike models in production
Mountain City Vintage Fixie Folding Tandem Tricycles Road Corporate Free style Electric Kids
XTR 29" Estoril II (woman) Classic Fixie Cr. Mo. Articulada Double Force Tricycle Tipper Ultegra Urban FreeStyle Scorbita Super 3 Shark
XTR 27,5" Trekking Classic (woman) Fixie ST-37 Eurobici Cruiser Triciclo Large 105 Post Distribution Scorbita Folding 20 BTT 20"
XTR 26" Dual suspension Trekking (woman) Impala Dupla Sport Scorbita Electric Tricycle OP 220 GNR Scorbita Electric Tricycle BTT 20" (girls)
RS-5 Super City Sintra Scorbita Large Electric Tricycle ER-003 Scorbita Large Electric Tricycle Y20
Destructor Estoril III Pop16
XT 29" Country Tour Pop14
XT 26" Dual suspension Dame Blanche M400
XTR 26" Strada Kitty
XT 26" City 242 Cross
Kreyts 29er Búfalo
Kreyts 27,5"
Kreyts
Kripton
Boxxer
Europa
Europa (woman)
Sprintline
Sprintline (woman)
Warrior 26"
Warrior 26" (woman)
Alfa 26"
Alfa 26" (woman)
Europa 24"
Warrior 24"
Warrior 24" (woman)
Y24
Alfa 24"
Alfa 24" (woman)

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