Marin Mount Vision 27.5 Full Suspension

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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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Marin Mount Vision XM6/7 help with sizing.

I am looking for a new full suspension bike and came across the Marin Mount Vision XM6/7. Need help with the sizing. I am 5'10" with a 30" inseam. Not sure of what size I would need? Was thinking either a 17.5 or 19 Looked at the sizing specs, but get confused with the actual and effective siz ... Read More »

How can I know what size the crank arm on a 2008 Mount Marin Vision Pro, 15.5" frame?

The entire drivetrain was replaced last year, but the arms look long to me. How can I know what size they should be? How do i check it?Read More »

Help I can't decide between Mount Vision XM8 and RIFT ZONE XC8

I've finally come to terms that my old bike is turning into a money pit now that I'm looking to replace the fork and maybe derailleur and need to pick up a new bike. I'm looking at 2013 Marin's and have it narrowed down to the MV XM8 or RZ XC8. Both seem like they have similar components the ... Read More »

New Ride! Mount Vision

[COLOR=#333333]Brand spankin new 2013 Marin Mount Vision just got built up. Got it for $1200![/COLOR] [COLOR=#333333]Revelation front fork.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#333333]Fox ctd shock. [/COLOR] [COLOR=#333333]Formula RX brakes. [/COLOR] [COLOR=#333333]SLX XT drivetrain 3x10.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#333333]Still t ... Read More »

2014 Attack Trail or Mount Vision?

Anyone out there get a chance to demo or ride either of these bikes? How do they compare? Are the bottom brackets press fit or threaded(I have an XX1 group with the regular threaded GXP cranks I hope to install)? I ride mostly the relatively smooth trails of Park City, Utah. I usually find myself d ... Read More »

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