The Attack Trail is designed and built for more classic all-mountain riding, with 150-160mm travel full-suspension chassis, and design features including low, slack geometry, short chainstays, smart component selections, and 27.5-inch wheels built with 21mm rims and 2.35-inch tires. The Attack Trail is built for rough backcountry runs.
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Anyone else thinks it's confusing that Marin is billing the Mount Vision as an enduro bike while the burlier Attack Trail is the 'trail' bike? I mean, yes, the lines between categories are getting th ... Read More »
First time user of this forum. Has anyone got any tips, do's and don't's for servicing the rear hub on a 2010 Attack Trail. The hub is unbranded, 12mm maxle and I assume 'sealed'. I have not touched one of these before and pretty much need to as I am getting some resistance to freewheel w ... Read More »
Let's try not to get in a heated political debate... but I think most of us can get behind this whether or not we do or don't support the Pauls.
[URL="http://www.imba.com/alert/rtp-funding-under-attack"]Stop Senator Rand Paul's Attack on Trail Funding | International Mountain Bicycling Association[ ... Read More »
Both feature carbon frames.
@140mm travel, Mount Vision designed for faster xc, trail and enduro racing. Sounds tasty.
Old enough to know better and old enough not to care. Best age to be.Read More »
I'm considering one of these bikes for a 650B conversion and need a clearance check done. Large frame would be best as it has the steepest seat tube angle @ 73.8 degrees but I'll be happy with whatever you got available.
If someone owns one these Attack Trails (2010 or 2011) please let ALL the ai ... Read More »