Bike Check: Georgia Gould’s Team Luna Orbea Terra Di2 Cyclocross Bike

2012 Team Luna Georgia Goulds Orbea Terra Di2 cyclocross bike

You’re seeing Team Luna’s Orbea Terra cyclocross bike before the riders are. Thanks to team mech Chris’ email, we’ve got the photos and specs on what team riders Katerina Nash and Georgia Gould will be racing this winter while they’re still in Europe contesting the XC circuit. Skip past the break for component list and more pics…

2012 Team Luna Georgia Goulds Orbea Terra Di2 cyclocross bike

Riders: LUNA Pro Team bikes for Katerina Nash and Georgia Gould. Pics are of Georgias 54cm bike.
Weight of built bike as in picture. 17.7lbs
Frame: Orbea Terra
Drivetrain: Shimano Dura Ace Di2
Wheels: Mavic R-Sys SLR
Bars, Stem: Shimano Pro Vibe 7S
Seatpost: Shimano Pro Vibe Carbon
Brakes: Shimano CX70
Brake Pads: Mavic Exalith
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio
Pedals: Shimano XTR M980
Chain rings: 39/46 Dura Ace

2012 Team Luna Georgia Goulds Orbea Terra Di2 cyclocross bike

Since the Orbea Terra isn’t fabricated with Di2 ports, the team guys had to get creative with the wiring, using the cable pulley to direct it toward the front derailleur.

2012 Team Luna Georgia Goulds Orbea Terra Di2 cyclocross bike

The shadow line visible behind the headtube is a white casing hiding/protecting the wires before they head south to the battery.


LomaAltaMater - 08/23/11 - 2:24pm

what kind of tires? since they are still in europe: what kind of tyres?

crosser - 08/23/11 - 2:52pm

Internal cable routing would rock this bike.
Less tape!

tom - 08/23/11 - 3:00pm

LomaAltaMater, it looks like a Michelin Mud2 tread glued onto a tubular casing, custom made… Alright for some… ;D

Colin - 08/23/11 - 6:46pm

Pretty sure that’s a Dugast Rhino, but with black sidewalls (sharpie?).
I want to see a close up of the chainring, it doesn’t look like the normal 46t dura ace chainring that some of the other pro’s run.

KT - 08/23/11 - 9:42pm

Those are Dugast Rhinos with blacked out sidewalls. Trick I learned is you put black dye in with the aquaseal and its pretty much a one step sidewall treatment/blackout

KT - 08/23/11 - 9:44pm

also the ring is a shimano ring. Its basically a 7800 ring, with 7900 caps/chainring bolts to appear seamless with the crank

matt - 08/23/11 - 10:22pm

anyone catch the fsa bb with dura-ace cranks?

Np - 08/24/11 - 4:49am

They’re using FSA press fit cups because shimano only still makes standard external threaded bb, and they don’t rock the oversize spindle on their cranks because they claim it’s less torsionally stiff. FSA makes a myriad of different bearing/cup combinations for various “standards”.

zank - 08/24/11 - 6:55am

I hope Shimano makes those caps available to the masses.

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