Orange bike history, the bicycle manufacturers are based in Halifax, West Yorkshire in the UK. Orange bike manufacturers produce a large range of mountain bikes from the full-suspension Downhill 224 to the Steel Hardtail P7.
Orange’s original Hardtail was called the Clockwork and named after the film.
The Orange-sponsored riders have held the Downhill World Cup Championship in 2001, 2002 and 2004 as well as the women’s under 21 Downhill World Championship
The Orange bikes which are at entry level are built in Taiwan, while more expensive models are hand built in their Halifax factory. The Patriot is one of Orange’s best selling models this was their best selling performance mountain bike in Britain for several years. Orange bikes have dealers in 26 countries worldwide.
The name ‘Orange’ is derived from all-round range.