Marin San Quentin DJ/MtnX

4/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $860.00

Product Description

  • Sizes 14
  • Frame 6061 Aluminum, Double Butted Top and Down Tubes
  • Front Suspension Suntour Duro DJ
  • Shift Lever SRAM X-4, 8 Speed Trigger
  • Derailleur Rear SRAM X-5
  • Brakes Front Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc with 6" Rotor
  • Brakes Rear Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc with 6” Rotor
  • Brake Levers Forged Alloy 2.5 Finger
  • Pedals Platform
  • Crankset Suntour Duro Hex, 32 Tooth Single Chainring with Bashguard
  • Bottom Bracket Sealed Cartridge with Hex Spindle
  • Chain HG50
  • Cassette SRAM PG-850, Power Glide II, 11-28, 8 Speed
  • Hub Rear Alloy Double Sealed, 36 Hole Disc
  • Hub Front Alloy Double Sealed, 36 Hole Disc
  • Rims Alex DM22, 36 hole
  • Spokes Nipples WTB 14 Gauge Black Stainless
  • Tires Kenda K-Rad, 26 x 2.3”
  • Saddle WTB Jaxon V
  • Seatpost Comp Alloy Micro Adjust, 27.2mm x 250mm
  • Stem Gap OS Threadless with Alloy Face Plate with 31.8mm Bar Clamp
  • Handlebar A-XC Double Butted 6061 Alloy, OS-31.8mm, 42mm Rise
  • Grips Marin Double Locking with Drop Guard End Cap
  • Headset FSA Hammer

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by broken bigwheel a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: September 12, 2012

Strengths:    Strong frame, Nice bars and tires

Weaknesses:    Terrible comp spec

Bottom Line:   
I ride mostly urban /skate park with my Marin.I love the frame geometry, I'm 6'2" and it fits me fairly well its been invaluable in helping me learn manuals.the componetry is a major let down here.constant knee smacks from skipped gears caused me to do away with a derailiuer here altogether. Also the crankset Is fairly sub par didn't last more than a few months. Awesome wheel/tire combination however. It looks Pretty Rad,and with a few choice upgrades can be made into a very Nice set u

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Favorite Trail:   khvt st louis/ the south side figure 8 /downtown clayton

Duration Product Used:   3 years

Price Paid:    $650.00

Purchased At:   alpine shop

Similar Products Used:   First bike I've had of this style

Bike Setup:   Thompson stem/seatpost. Fizik freak saddle. Avid elixir rear only. Shimano alivio cranks stocker gt pedals

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by damo1996 a Weekend Warrior from wollongong

Date Reviewed: November 27, 2010

Strengths:    great frame, good grips, good bars, good wheels, good brakes, good chain good adjustable shocks

Weaknesses:    gears arent the best, derailler isnt the best but its great jjust to keep it at a constant spped as i dnt change gears much...

Bottom Line:   
i think its a great bike :) rides soo very smoothly and does dirt jumpes greatly. Definatelly reccomend it :) id reccomend it to starters and also great for pros have fun riding :)

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Favorite Trail:   streets

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $650.00

Purchased At:   The Bike Shed Mortda

Similar Products Used:   mongoose fireball

Bike Setup:   stock

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San Quentin Chaingang at Tamarancho? What happened to all the rocks? WTF?

Are you kidding me? The rock garden had all the tops sledge hammered off for 50 yards! Pathetic! A sign that says "Walk bike if this is too scary" would have been way easier, dummies. Give me a break, when is Ghillotti Brothers going to pave the loops and install handrails? Maybe the next sanitizati ... Read More »

how is the marin san quentin 2010

Im looking for my first dj bike. Ive ridden downhill a lot and really only do dj with my bike. So im going strictly dj. Is this a good bike to start out? I found one on ebay for $580, go for it?Read More »

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