Orange CHARGER RS Review

  • 9300 €
  • Aluminium
  • Shimano EP801
  • 160 mm
  • 630 WH
  • 145 mm
  • 2024
  • 27,5"
The name says it all. Because without a charger, the CHARGER RS doesn't get very far. Boasting generous 160 mm and beefy tires, this rig drains watt-hour after watt-hour from the battery and craves a plug-in recharge post-ride.
Shimano motors remain at the top of the engine popularity alongside Bosch motors. No wonder, as evidenced by EP801. Even nasty steep sections are effortlessly climbed by the motor. The Shimano EP801 conveys a riding feeling. Fans of XXL tours are greatly restricted by the CHARGER RS with only an average range.

At a glance

The most importanten ratings of the CHARGER RS in comparison to the competitor bikes of following categorie: (9000) .

The frame is simply top notch, keeping you in control even on rougher trails full of fast hard hits. At the brakes, Orange instals upper class brakes with four pistons and 2 millimeter rotors from SRAM. At the drive components and the remaining parts, Orange uses very good parts. The reach - or rather the main frame - of the Oranges is long. This puts the CHARGER RS right on trend. The remaining values from the geometry table also orientate this bike according to the zeitgeist and leave a really thought-through impression.

Value for money

If you are keen on value for money, this is your chart. It shows you at a glance how much bike you get for 9300 €.

Conclusion


Expirience with the Orange CHARGER RS

Friends of gravity should jot down the CHARGER RS. With a fantastic geometry, a very good chassis and a good brake system, the Orange is a real trail rocket even for really gnarly terrain.
Ludwig Döhl - emtb-test.com
Orange CHARGER RS Review
Ludwig Döhl
Bike enthusiast and founder of emtb-test.com

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technical Details

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SIZE XXS XS S M L XL XXL
Sizing of Manufacturer
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S
M
L
XL
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Wheelsize
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27,5
27,5
27,5
27,5
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Stack
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614
614
623
632
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Reach
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477
496
514
532
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Top Tube Length
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620
640
660
680
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Seat Tube Length
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406,4
431,8
457,2
482,6
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Seat Tube Angle
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77
77
77
77
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Head Tube Length
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120
120
130
140
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Head Tube Angle
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64
64
64
64
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Bottom Bracket Drop
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20
20
20
20
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Bottom Bracket Height (absolut)
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334
334
334
334
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Chainstay Length
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441
441
441
441
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Wheelbase
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-
1248
1268
1290
1313
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Standover Height
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720
734
748
77
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  • Motor Shimano EP801
  • Display SC-EM800
  • Battery 630
  • Frame CHARGER
  • Frame Material Aluminium
  • Fork RockShox Lyrik Ultimate 160mm
  • Spring Unit air
  • Remote-Lockout no
  • Damper RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate 230x57.5
  • Gearrange 520%
  • Drivetrain 12
  • Gear Lever SRAM GX Eagle - Single Click
  • Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle 12spd
  • Crank Shimano M600 165 E 34t
  • Cassette SRAM XG 1275 10-52t Eagle
  • Chain SRAM NX Eagle
  • Brake Set SRAM Guide RE 200/200
  • Brake Rotors 200/200
  • Wheel Set E13 LG1 EN 30mm (Grey) + Hope Pro 4 (Black) 27.5
  • Tires Front Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 3c EXO+
  • Tires Rear Maxxis DHR II 2.4 3c EXO+
  • Saddle SDG Strange Bel Air III
  • Seat Post SDG Tellis 150/170mm
  • Stem Burgtec Enduro Black 42.5mm
  • Handle Bar Burgtec RideWide Enduro 800mm
  • Handle Bar Width 800
  • Head Set Acros 49mm Blocklock for Tapered Steerer
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