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Orbea Occam M10 Bikes For Sale

Shop certified pre-owned used & new Orbea Occam M10 trail bikes for sale at TPC - The Pro's Closet. Find reviews, specs and prices. Browse popular model years (2021, 2022), various sizes (medium, large, XL) and more. Read our Orbea Occam M10 Quick-Take Review below.

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2022 Orbea Occam M10 Review - A TPC Rider's Quick Take

The 2023 Orbea Occam isn't just a bike; it's a ticket to a new realm of riding. But let's cut the poetry and see what this steed has under the hood and perhaps what it doesn't.


  • Versatile performer: The Occam M10 is a chameleon, adapting seamlessly to diverse trail conditions. Uphill, downhill, rough terrain, or smooth trails, this bike asks, "Is that all you've got?"
  • Balanced geometry: Orbea struck gold with a geometry that combines the agility required for technical trails and the stability needed for high-speed descents. Riders report a natural and intuitive feel from the first ride.
  • Customization: The Orbea MyO platform is a dream, offering a level of customization rare in the bike world. From frame colors to drivetrain components, the personal touch adds to the bike's appeal.
  • Efficient suspension: Occam's suspension is plush yet reactive, providing traction and comfort without draining power on climbs.



  • Price point: Quality comes at a cost, and the Occam M10 is no exception. The investment is substantial, potentially narrowing its market to enthusiasts, although not as steep as some of its competitors. 
  • Weight: It's not the heaviest at around 14kg, but it's not winning any awards for a featherweight. The Occam can feel bulky compared to competitors, especially on longer rides.
  • Noise: Some riders report the Occam being a bit noisy on the trail, with noticeable chain slaps that can disrupt the otherwise serene experience.

Bottom Line:

The 2023 Orbea Occam M10 combines various elements to create a rich, immersive experience. It's versatile and powerful, begging to be pushed on every trail. The price and weight might slow your purchasing sprint, but remember, it's an investment in an experience, not just a bike. If it calls to you, it might just be worth answering.