Marin Attack Trail 6.9 All Mountain Full Suspension

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $4725.00

Product Description

  • Sizes Small Medium Large
  • Frame 6061 Aluminum, Fully Hydroformed Mainframe and Swingarm, Quad-Link 2.0 150mm Suspension System with Modular 135mm Maxle Dropouts
  • Front Suspension RockShox Lyric Solo Air 160mm Travel, with Mission Control DH Damper, External Rebound and Compression Adjustment with Maxle 360 20mm Axle
  • Rear Suspension RockShox Monarch 4.2 with Rebound Adjustment, On/Off Position Floodgate Switch and Air Spring Adjustment
  • Shift Lever SRAM X-9, 9 Speed Trigger
  • Derailleur Front Truvativ Hammerschmidt
  • Derailleur Rear SRAM X-9
  • Brakes Front Avid Elixir CR Hydraulic Disc with 7” Rotor
  • Brakes Rear Avid Elixir CR Hydraulic Disc with 6” Rotor
  • Brake Levers Avid Hydraulic Disc
  • Pedals Shimano M424 Clipless
  • Crankset TruVativ HammerSchmidt Alloy
  • Bottom Bracket Hammerschmidt BB
  • Chain SRAM PC-951
  • Cassette SRAM PG-980, Power Glide II, 11-34, 9 Speed
  • Hub Rear Fulcrum Red Zone, 12mm Through Axle with Maxle
  • Light
  • Hub Front Fulcrum Red Zone 6-Bolt, 20mm Through Axle
  • Rims Fulcrum Red Zone Wheelset, 20mm Front Hub, 12mm
  • Rear Hub with Maxle Light, Tubeless Rims
  • Spokes Nipples Fulcrum Red Zone Stainless
  • Tires Maxxis Minion 26" x 2.35" Kevlar Bead Front, Maxxis High Roller 26" x 2.35" Kevlar Bead Rear
  • Saddle WTB Pure V Race with Love Channel and Comfort Zone, Cromoly Rails
  • Seatpost TruVativ Stylo Team, 30.9mm x 400mm
  • Stem Truvativ AKA, 5 Degree Rise
  • Handlebar Truvativ Stylo World Cup Riser, 25mm Rise
  • Grips Marin Double Locking with Drop Guard End Cap
  • Headset FSA Orbit 1.5 ZS, 1 1/8” Top Cup, 1.5” Bottom Cup, for Tapered Steerer, Threadless Internal

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by kris

Date Reviewed: February 10, 2013

Strengths:    durable steady easy to ride fun

Weaknesses:    little on the heavy side but worth it

Bottom Line:   
all i can say is wow picked up the bike on a slight impulse buy well worth the coin grate all around bike from going up the mountain to going down the mountian

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Mike Eggert a Weekend Warrior from Palm Springs, CA

Date Reviewed: February 6, 2012

Strengths:    Amazing ride, comfortable cruiser on pavement; monster at speed downhill. Hammer-Schmidt perfect for instant torque on sudden uphill change... Brakes are amazing and have saved my life many times- I'm 50+ and still acting 30... This bike makes me a kid all over again!

Weaknesses:    It's a heavy brute but my many crashes with no damage prove its right rig for me. Wish I understood suspension adjustments better - this rig should come with a day of instructions on the mountain. When you go over the handle bars and it lands on you it hurts!

Bottom Line:   
Hammer-Schmidt is fantastic and can't imagine this bike without instant gear change on sudden terrain changes... Once you learn to trust this monster downhill it becomes an incredible thrill that leaves you grinning ear-to-ear. I often interrupt my ride to stop and look back at the obstacles I just passed- not believing I made it through. Ever ride a 125cc dirt bike? This rig feels like that without the motor. Super low gearing help the uphill grind but you do feel the weight- no race horse up hill...
Appearance and looks is one reason I bought this bad boy and it never fails to turn heads. I let folks ride it and they always come back grinning and wishing they could find something like this for half what it costs... An off-road motorcycle without the motor!

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Favorite Trail:   Upper La Quinta trails and Mt. Tam

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $4650.00

Purchased At:   Marin factory store

Similar Products Used:   Had a Specialized full suspension bike but brakes were not up to steep mountains... A toy compared to this machine

Bike Setup:   Added seat-post hydraulics - a must! Amazing tires - no flats and I've been through hell n back...

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Attack Trail 6.9

Hi Everyone, Does anyone in here already tried out the new Attack Trail 6.9? If yes, what do you think about it? Can anyone say if it is worth the extra money or is the WR 6.9 a more balanced/reasonable option??? I want to buy one of this two and since i'll buy it without testing it or even ... Read More »

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