Main Conor models
Why choose a Conor bike?
Conor bikes are designed and produced with a focus on durability, comfort, and performance. This Spanish brand is renowned for its expertise and offers a wide range of bikes to meet the needs of cyclists who want to enjoy a quality bike without breaking the bank.
The origins of Conor
Ignacio Orbaiceta is the founder of the company. In his youth, he distinguished himself as one of the top sprinters of his time. At the age of 26, Ignacio retired from professional cycling, but his passion for bicycles led him and his brother to establish a distribution and bicycle manufacturing company in Egüés, Navarre. It was his brother, Javier Orbaiceta, who launched the Conor brand in 1990, reflecting the cycling spirit of the family.
Since then, Conor has maintained a legacy of perseverance and hard work that continues to thrive in the Navarrese valley of Egüés, where they continue to produce exceptional handcrafted bikes.
Key Conor models
If you are looking for a hardtail to get started in mountain biking, we recommend the Conor 7200, which offers an excellent value for money.
What are the advantages of buying a reconditioned Conor bike?
Buying a reconditioned bike offers three main advantages:
The first is economic. By choosing to purchase a used reconditioned bike from Tuvalum, you can save between 20% and 60% compared to the price of a new bike.
The second advantage is mechanical revision. While it is possible to buy a used Conor bike from an individual, most platforms and second-hand product applications do not guarantee the condition of the items sold. You have to trust a stranger and risk buying a bike with hidden damage. At Tuvalum, all bikes are meticulously checked and reconditioned by our team of mechanics who ensure that each bike meets the same technical standards and approvals required by the European Union for new bikes. Additionally, they come with a one-year mechanical warranty and an 18-month buyback guarantee.
Another good reason to buy a reconditioned Conor bike is its positive impact on sustainable development. By opting for a bike that has already been manufactured, you contribute to reducing the carbon footprint associated with buying a new bike. Did you know that a new bike produces a carbon footprint of 300 kilograms of CO2 during its manufacturing process?