Orbea have gone back to the drawing board with the Occam and have returned with your ultimate trail companion. Following in the footsteps of the Rallon, the new Occam has a brand new asymmetrical frame and rolls on 29er wheels. Read into the details here.

"The bike simply felt too well balanced, the half degree slacker head tube angle didn’t hurt when gunning down rock slabs or when letting the big wheels pick up speed on the trail and the slightly slacker 76.5-degree seat angle didn’t hurt the Occam’s pedaling prowess much. As a matter of fact, the new Occam is a fantastic climber. Even when grinding up long and silly steep sections the front end stay solidly planted, with the rear wheel digging into the ground formidably." - Pinkbike