Marin Mount Vision 9 first ride review

Marin Mount Vision 9 first ride review

As the second model in the Marin range with the rather unique Naild R3act 2 Play suspension system, the 27.5 Mount Vision has quite a lot to prove following the Wolf Ridge 29er ’s rather rocky reception back in 2017. Polygon Xquarone EX8 first ride review Marin Wolf Ridge 9 review The ultimate guide to mountain bike rear suspension systems The latest iteration of the Mount Vision platform sports 150mm of travel and is aimed squarely at the all-mountain and enduro markets, rather than trying to be a bike that’s a genre-spanning do-it-all machine like the Wolf Ridge. That said, Marin is keen to point out that it’s just as capable climbing as it is descending and it should be a great companion no matter what sort of riding you’re going to be doing, including bike park laps and all day epics with gnarly descents. Marin Mount Vision frame details ...

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