Marin Attack Trail 27.5 Full Suspension

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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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2001 Marin Attack Trail, Rock Springs,Wolf Ridge - Tara suspension -Lets See Them!!

I am building up a 2002 Marin Attack Trail full suspension frame. (tara adjustable rear suspension) Wondering how everybody set up and tricked theirs out back in the day.What components,forks.etc. 2001-2007 Post your favorite pictures. Lets see them!!!Read More »

2002 Marin Attack Trail Pro With TARA 4,5,6" suspension - anybody own one?

There are new old stock 2002 Marin Attack Trail Pro framesets listed for sale on ebay. (no affiliation to me). These frames have the TARA adjustable rear suspension 4,5,6" with a Fox float RL rear shock. FYI, the seller only has 17.5 framesets. I was thinking about building one up as an freeride/al ... Read More »

Attack Trail XT9 or XT8

So looking at getting one of these for enduro But I cannot see anyone who has had real life time with one only magazine tests Anyone on here got some time on one preferable own on and can shed some light? Cheers mikeRead More »

Marin Bikes "Mt Vision" & "Attack Trail" Unleashed

The new 2014 Marin Bikes "Mt Vision" and "Attack Trail" unleashed on some epic trails in Idyllwild, California: [url=http://vimeo.com/95544328]Marin Bikes "Mt Vision" & "Attack Trail" Unleashed on Vimeo[/url] Enjoy!Read More »

Marin Attack Trail 6.9 and SRAM Type 2 Derailleur Compatibility

Hi, I am thinking of putting a SRAM type 2 derailleur on my Marin Attack 6.9, 2011, and would be keen to here from anybody running one on this frame. Specifically I want to know if this frame causes the clunking issue that people talk about when suspension travel induced chain length changes cause ... Read More »

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