Orbea Occam LT M30 Review

Orbea Occam LT M30 Review

Orbea Occam LT M30 Review

Price: 4699 €
category: Enduro
Frame Material: Carbon
Wheel Size: 29"
Travel Front: 160 mm
Travel Rear: 150 mm
Model Year: 2024
  • UDH
  • strorage compartment
  • asymmetric frame design
  • coherent overall package
  • 25 years warranty
  • fun to ride in
    easy terrain Extreme Terrain
    seating position
    upright efficient
    handling
    playful easy calm
    Framesize runs
    small big

    OVERALL BIKE CHECK

    The most importanten ratings of the Occam LT M30 in comparison to the competitor bikes of following categorie: (Enduro up to 6000 €) .

    VALUE for MONEY CHECK

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    Summary

    Expirience with the Orbea Occam LT M30

    Orbea Occam LT M30 Review For over a decade, bikes with 160 millimeters of fork travel were considered enduros. And even though the travel limits are shifting from year to year and Orbea has an even more downhill-heavy bike in its portfolio with the Rallon, we still think: The Occam LT M30 is a true enduro. It has 160 mm at the front fork and 150 millimeters at the rear. A thick shock and downhill-oriented equipment throughout. The chic frame follows a new desiggn approach but is recognizable due to its asymmetrical design as a successor to the old Occam. The storage compartment in the down tube is handy for spare tube or small snacks for in between. Especially in extremely steep terrain, this combination makes for smooth handling. When entering the saddle, the Orbea Fully conveys a balanced seating position. For 4699 Euro , competitors usually deliver geometries with less fun potential. The guarantee promise of 25 years ensures trust.

    technical Details

    Je steiler der Winkel des Sitzrohrs ist, desto effizienter können Sie in die Pedale treten.

    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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    -
    29
    29
    29
    29
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    Stack
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    -
    621
    625
    635
    644
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    Reach
    -
    -
    430
    455
    480
    505
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    Top Tube Length
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    -
    572
    598
    625
    653
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    Seat Tube Length
    -
    -
    405
    415
    430
    460
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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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    -
    95
    100
    110
    120
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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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    -
    36
    36
    36
    36
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    Bottom Bracket Height (absolut)
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    -
    342
    342
    342
    342
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    Chainstay Length
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    -
    440
    440
    440
    440
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    Wheelbase
    -
    -
    1200
    1227
    1257
    1286
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    Standover Height
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    • Frame Orbea Occam OMR. Concentric Boost 12x148 rear axle. Pure Trail geometry. Internal cable routing. Asymmetric design. 29” wheels
    • Frame Material Carbon
    • Fork Fox 36 Float Performance 160 Grip 3-Position QR15x110
    • Spring Unit air
    • Remote-Lockout yes
    • Damper Fox FLOAT X Performance 2-Position Evol LV custom tune 210x55mm
    • Gearrange 510%
    • Drivetrain 1x12
    • Gear Lever Shimano SLX M7100 I-Spec EV
    • Rear Derailleur Shimano XT M8100 SGS Shadow Plus
    • Crank Race Face Aeffect 32t
    • Cassette Shimano CS-M7100 10-51t 12-Speed
    • Chain Shimano M6100
    • Brake Set Shimano M6120 Hydraulic Disc
    • Brake Rotors 200/180
    • Wheel Set Race Face AR 30c Tubeless Ready
    • Tires Front Maxxis Minion DHF 2.50” FB 60 TPI 3C Maxx Terra Exo TR
    • Tires Rear Maxxis Minion DHF 2.50” FB 60 TPI 3C Maxx Terra Exo TR
    • Saddle ERGON SM Enduro
    • Seat Post OC Mountain Control MC21, 31.6mm, Dropper
    • Stem OC Mountain Control MC20, 0º
    • Handle Bar OC Mountain Control MC30, Rise20, Width 800
    • Handle Bar Width 800
    • Head Set Alloy 1-1/2”, Black Oxidated Bearing

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