The Mount Vision line is designed and built for epic super-D/enduro racing, where riders need the geometry of a trail bike but the weight and efficiency of a cross-country (XC) bike. These models offer long-travel suspension, with 140mm of fixed travel front and rear, and 27.5-inch wheels. Design features include a build that’s significantly lighter than our Attack Trail bikes, achieved with a simplified suspension system, fixed-travel 32mm chassis forks, and lighter components.
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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 »
I noticed a few days ago that the rear wheel on my mount vision (2012) has a noticeable offset to the right side (about 1/4 inch).
The wheel is a few months old, so I checked for dishing, but dish is O.K.
I can only assume that the issue is in the swing arm or pivots.
Is this so ... Read More »
This is the newest ride. I already love the suspension design. I feel far more confident while riding it and it looks superb! I plan on doing some upgrading over time. For now, everything works great.
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I don't need the bike, but I want it. Another bike for my quiver.
The quad-link suspension really interests me because I do mostly xc riding but I love a little bit of technical downhills from time to time. My Hardtail Stumpy is a bit rough on me.
He is asking $800 and its pretty much stock with ... 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 »