ORPHEO 4 ST

    ORPHEO 4 ST

    STEP INTO THE DISC BRAKE ORPHEO 
    A?ordable all-weather control, robust, reliable — and now in step through! Trust our legendary Opus workhorse to always deliver when and where you need it. The dependable, high performing Orpheo. It's sure to be one of our most popular models. 

    • Sporty Progressive Geometry for performance and comfort
    • Alloy frame
    • Shimano 3x8 drivetrain
    • Disc brakes
    • Internal cable routing

    * Prices subject to change without notice.

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    Specifications

    Frame Meta 20 aluminum
    Fork Steel tapered 1-1/4 to 1-1/8 in
    Weight (lb) 26.5
    Sizes XS-S-M
    Color(s) Dusk Blue
    Shifters Shimano ST-EF500 3x8
    Front Derailleur Shimano Tourney
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Tourney
    Brakes Tektro MD-U310 mechanical disc
    Brake Levers Shimano
    Crank Shimano FC-TY301
    Chainrings 42-34-24
    Bottom Bracket Shimano sealed cartridge
    Cassette Shimano 11-30
    Chain KMC-Z8.3
    Headset FSA Orbit integrated sealed
    Handlebar Alloy 12 mm rise
    Stem Promax
    Grips/Tape Velo ERGO dual density
    Saddle Opus City
    Seatpost Promax alu 27.2 x 300
    Wheels/Rims Weinmann X-Star 19D
    Hubs Joytech
    Tires Kenda Kwick Tendril 700 x 35
    Pedals FPD NW-247
    Other Front and rear-rack and fender ready

    Geometry

    Geometry diagram
      XS S M
    Riders's height  
    ± cm 155 164 173
    ± " 5'1" 5'4.5" 5'8"
    Size (cm)      
    S - Seat tube (effective center-center in mm) 380 420 460
    TT - top tube (effective center-center in mm) 529 547 568
    HT - Head tube (mm) 113 131 154
    HA - Head angle (mm) 71 71.25 71.5
    SA - Seat angle (mm) 74.5 74 73.5
    CS - Chain stay (mm) 435 440 445
    D - BB drop (mm) 75 75 72
    ST - Stack (mm) 540 560 580
    RE - Reach (mm) 379 387 397
    SO - Stand over (mm) 717 744 775
    Handlebar width (mm) 580 600 600
    Stem length (mm) 70 80 80
    Crank length (mm) 170 170 175
    Geometry diagram
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