Continuing the momentum generated from the classic, the new U.P. was designed to be lighter than the original. Still the Jack of All Trades we all fell in love with, the new U.P. can be ridden with 700c or 650b/27.5" wheels, with slick road tires or knobby trail tires, and with drop handlebars or flat MTB bars.Discover The OPEN U.P.
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The Orbea Occam has been R&A's best-selling mountain bike all season, and taking a closer look at it, it's not hard to see why. Available in two different platforms – with two different geometries, travel ranges, and wheel sizes – there's an Occam for virtually any rider.
Occam's monocoque structure ensures optimal performance. The continuity of the carbon molding means superb reliability, as well, which is why Orbea can offer the bike with a limited lifetime warranty.See the Orbea Occam models
Harnessing Formula 1 carbon technology, Orbea's UFO technology uses a pivotless rear triangle, combined with a Boost 148 thru axle, to create one of the laterally stiffest rear triangles on the market.See the Orbea Occam models
The Diamond Link rear suspension design creates a two-stage leverage rate curve to provide efficiency and control throughout the travel range. This gives the Occam a progressively firmer feel for control in the corners, with progressive support as the bumps get bigger and the trail gets rougher.See the Orbea Occam models
The Occam TR is the faster machine, featuring quick-rolling 29-inch wheels, 120mm of front and rear travel, and a 68-degree head tube angle for sharp handling. The Occam AM is dialed for tougher terrain, with more stout 27.5-inch wheels, 140mm of front and rear travel, and a 67-degree head tube angle for more stability while charging down steep trails.See the Orbea Occam models
UFO's pivotless rear triangle combines with oversized but lightweight bearings at the bottom bracket and seat tube junctions, chosen deliberately for their durability to ensure Occam a long, low-maintenance life.See the Orbea Occam models
The position and forces exerted on a bike's pedals, saddle, and handlebars can drastically alter the way the bike performs. Because every rider is different, Orbea's Advanced Dynamics suspension configuration allows the bike to be precisely customized to these different metrics, making your Occam entirely unique to your riding style and your trails.See the Orbea Occam models
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