Marin Quake 7.1 Freeride Full Suspension

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Frame: 6061 Aluminum with Edge II Plus Top Tube and Hydroformed Down Tube
  • Rear Suspension: Morzocchi Rocco TST
  • Fork: Morzocchi AM 4, 160mm
  • Shifters: Sram X-5, 8 Speed Trigger
  • Brakes: Hoyes HFX-9 Hydraulic Disc
  • Rims: WTB Dual Duty Freeride, 32 Hole
  • Crankset: TruVativ Ruktion

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by a Downhiller from Iligan City

Date Reviewed: April 19, 2011

Strengths:    Strong. Beautiful as hell. pedals better than my xc bike. Best all around bike period.

Weaknesses:    Lots of jealous eyes

Bottom Line:   
people say its ugly, but i thinks it looks wicked
people say its heavy, but no downhill bike can pedal better
people say a lot of things, then again there are a lot of stupid people

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Favorite Trail:   anywhere

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $550.00

Purchased At:   ebay

Similar Products Used:   KHS, GT, Orange, other crap as bikes

Bike Setup:   Saint groupo, easton havoc, nevegals, marz 888, marz roco tst

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Custom Quake 7.1 Build, What Do You Think?

Building up a used frame I purchased recently, it's a 2008 in Ruby rocking a :madman: Rocco rear shock. I'll replace the rear shock in a couple of months. Anyway, here's the build list: Frame - 2008 Marin Quake 7.1, medium, used RR Shock - Marzocchi Rocco TST, from factory FR Fork - Rock Sho ... Read More »

7.1 Earth Quake In New Zealand

Well woke up today to hear there was a 7.1 Earth Quake In Christchuch, The home of Niner Bikes in New Zealand. Sounds like there is some major damage down there & hope everyone down there is ok. Sounds like only 2 people with major cuts & it was 8 hours ago now so they are still checking the d ... Read More »


Hi Firstly I am a little over weight and bought a Marin QUAKE 7.1 to help me get fit and grow as my abilities get better. But I am such a novice and have no idea how to set the Marzochi AM4 front and Marzochi ROCO TST R (coil) rear and just wondered if any one could answer a few questions 1. my ... Read More »

Quake 7.1 rear shock set up

Hi, I'm new to mtbr and indeed mountain biking. Ive been thrown in at the deep end.. all the guys I ride with are pretty experienced downhill riders and i'm trying to play catch up! I recently bought a 2007 Marin quake 7.1, I'm 175lbs and have a stock 450 spring fitted. All the reviews of this bi ... Read More »

1600$can For a Marin Quake 7.1 ?

Hi, im new on the forum and I'm also new to the world of mountain bike. i want to start DH and Free-Riding, and i got an opportunity ( i think so lol ) to buy a New 2008 Marin Quake 7.1 for 1600$ Can ( I'm From Quebec ). the bike has been won in a competition at Whistler,BC and has never been used. ... Read More »

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