Marin Interbike 2013

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Mark Vanek from Marin Bikes shows us the 2014 Mount Vision XM Pro and the Attack Trail C XT Pro 27.5-inch bikes.

The Mount Vision is redesigned for 2014 with a full new carbon frameset, Iso Trac suspension system, 140mm travel front and rear, 67.5 head tube angle, internal routing for derailleur, brake and dropper seatpost with optional external routing, a seatmast with a unique forward swept design with a 74 degree effective seat tube angle, 73mm threaded bottom bracket design, new modular dropout system, XX1 drivetrain, and 27.5 x 2.35 Nobby Nic tires. The new Iso Trac suspension system features a single pivot design but has flex zones into the seatstay portions of the swing arm. The Mount Vision weighs in at 25.5 lbs, is perfect for a trail rider or enduro racer, and will retail for $2,999-$7,799.

The 2014 Attack Trail Carbon XT Pro has an all new construction with full carbon frame and swingarm, 27.5 inch wheelset and is suited for an All Mountain style rider with 160mm front and 150mm rear travel. It features Quad-Link suspension technology, full internal cable routing for derailleur, brake and dropper seatpost with optional external routing, an interchangeable BB plate system, 66.5 headtube angle, 74.5 seat tube angle with an upswept design, and 27.5 x 2.35 Hans Dampf tires with snake skin casing. It weighs in at 27.25 lbs and will retail for $4,000-$8,000.

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Marin Mount Vision C-XM PRO
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Marin Mount Vision C-XM PRO

The Mount Vision is redesigned for 2014 with a full new carbon frameset, Iso Trac suspension system, 140mm travel front and rear, 67.5 head tube angle, internal routing for derailleur, brake and dropper seatpost with optional external routing, a seatmast with a unique forward swept design with a 74 degree effective seat tube angle, 73mm threaded bottom bracket design, new modular dropout system, XX1 drivetrain, and 27.5 x 2.35 Nobby Nic tires. The new Iso Trac suspension system features a single pivot design but has flex zones into the seatstay portions of the swing arm. The Mount Vision weighs in at 25.5 lbs, is perfect for a trail rider or enduro racer, and will retail for $2,999-$7,799.
Marin Mount Vision WFG XM8
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Marin Mount Vision WFG XM8

The WFG version of the Mount Vision C-XM8 features the same full carbon frame and fast rolling 27.5" wheels as it's Men's counterpart, but has a slightly modified parts pic, including Shimano SLX brakes which have better initial power and ergonomics for smaller hands. The wide range 3x10-speed Shimano drivetrain is light action and reliable, while the tubeless Easton wheels and Schwalbe tires reduce the chance of flat tires on the trail.
Marin Attack Trail C-XT PRO
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Marin Attack Trail C-XT PRO

The 2014 Attack Trail Carbon XT Pro has an all new construction with full carbon frame and swingarm, 27.5 inch wheelset and is suited for an All Mountain style rider with 160mm front and 150mm rear travel. It features Quad-Link suspension technology, full internal cable routing for derailleur, brake and dropper seatpost with optional external routing, an interchangeable BB plate system, 66.5 headtube angle, 74.5 seat tube angle with an upswept design, and 27.5 x 2.35 Hans Dampf tires with snake skin casing. It weighs in at 27.25 lbs and will retail for $4,000-$8,000.
Marin Attack Trail XT8 Alloy
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Marin Attack Trail XT8 Alloy

The Attack Trail XT8 features a hydroformed 6061 Aluminum alloy front triangle, and a full carbon swingarm Frame features include a tapered headtube and through-axles front and rear. The 150mm travel QUAD-Link 3.0 suspension system conforms to every bump, and keeps the rear wheel glued to the ground. Like our other full suspension bikes, we use Enduro bearings, which carry a lifetime warranty. Rock Shox's all new Pike fork, with adjustable travel from 160mm to 130mm covers the suspension duties at the front, allowing you to drop the front end for the climbs, and open it up for the descents.
Marin Team CXR 29er
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Marin Team CXR 29er

Taking the Race geometry and applying it to the Tube-to-Tube carbon construction for the most efficient, lightweight racing platform. With a tapered headtube and through-axles front and rear, the Team CXR 29er puts all of your power to the ground, and provides precise trail feedback.
Marin Rocky Ridge 7.6
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Marin Rocky Ridge 7.6

The big brother to the 7.4, the Rocky Ridge 7.6 brings a host of upgrades, including the e13 TRS Single crankset with SRAM's X7/X9 shifter and rear derailleur, Rock Shox Revelation fork and a few extra fiddly bits like a remote actuated KS Supernatural dropper post, DT Champion spokes, sealed bearing hubs, and folding-bead Schwlabe Nobby Nic tires.
Marin Fairfax SC6
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Marin Fairfax SC6

Nicole Duke's Marin Cortina T3 CX Race Bike
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Nicole Duke's Marin Cortina T3 CX Race Bike

Marin Terra Linda SC4
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Marin Terra Linda SC4

The Terra Linda SC4 combines true road bike speed with urban bike utility. High tech details like a lightweight carbon fork, aero profile Alex Black Dragon rims offer fast and responsive handling when paired with the fully butted 6061 aluminum frame, giving you the ability to tackle your first Bike to Work Day or metric century with ease. For everyday use, disc brakes and puncture-resistant 32c tires ensure trouble free riding for work or play.
Marin Juniper Trail WFG
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Marin Juniper Trail WFG

The Juniper Trail WFG is her version of the Nail Trail 29er. Many of the same performance components can be found on both models, but the Juniper Trail features Shimano M615 Deore brake for a better ergonomic with smaller hands, a full range Shimano 3x10-speed drivetrain for the perfect pedal cadence in all conditions, and a Selle Royal Seta Ladies saddle.
2013 Marin Interbike Outdoor Demo Booth
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2013 Marin Interbike Outdoor Demo Booth

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  • Leonard says:

    My first bike was a Marin Muirwoods back in 1994. At that time, I dreamt of getting the Marin Mount Vision. It was a quantum leap in mountain bike design. Other bike manufacturers suddenly produced similar looking frames. IMO my Cannondale Prophet was inspired by the Mount Vision. Since then Marin has been hitting and missing the market with innovative but not necessarily designs attractive to mountain bikers. This new Mount Vision is a proven geometry (with extra tweakings from Marin to make it better, I have no doubt) and design. Its nothing new but it’s a good solid look. I hope Marin continues to make great bikes into the future.

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