Marin Indian Fire Trail 29er Hardtail

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Product Description

  • Frame: 6066 Aluminum 29er, Triple Butted Hydro-Edge II Top and Down Tubes
  • Fork: Fox 32 Float Performance CTD 29er
  • Crankset: Shimano SLX Compact Triple, 40/30/22T
  • Rim: Mavic Cross Ride Disc 29er Wheelset
  • Seatpost: Marin 3D Forged 7050 Alloy Micro Adjust
  • Stem: Marin OS Alloy Threadless

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2013 Marin Indian Fire Trail 29er or Giant XTC Composite 3 29er. Which to buy?

Trying to decide between these two. The Marin is an aluminum frame but has many upgrades (fox float fork, Formula RX brakes, XT Drivetrain...etc). The Giant is Carbon and has upgraded wheels (ZTR Arch EX) but not so much component wise (Rock Shox Recon, Elixir 1 brakes, X7 rear der, Sram Cranks). ... Read More »

2013 Giant XTC Composite 3 29er or 2013 Marin Indian Fire Trail- Which to buy?

Trying to decide between these two. The Marin is an aluminum frame but has many upgrades (fox float fork, Formula RX brakes, XT Drivetrain...etc). The Giant is Carbon and has upgraded wheels (ZTR Arch EX) but not so much component wise (Rock Shox Recon, Elixir 1 brakes, X7 rear der, Sram Cranks). ... Read More »

Thoughts of Marin Indian Fire Trail 29er

Any thoughts on the Indian Fire Trail (SLX group)? Is 1700 dollars a decent deal. It seems like a nice set up with a Fox 32, SLX group all around, Formula RX-1 brakes. The shop is clearing out the 2013 for the 2014s. How does it ride (thought it seems a tad heavy)..any info?Read More »

2010 Indian Fire Trail

Yesguy. I pick up my new ride tomorrow. Couldn't ride the last 12 months due to a nasty shoulder break from .. you guessed it, riding. Now I'm back baby! Can't wait! Anyone else ride a 2010 indian fire trail? first few upgrades will be: BB, cranks, and then wheels to crossmax SLRs.. what else ... Read More »

Marin - Indian Fire Trail ??

Is a 1996 Marin Indian Fire Trail w/ low miles worth upgrading? Or just get a new bike all together? Low miles = roughly in the 700 mile range, under 1K for sure, not ridden hard at all.Read More »

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