Magura Durin Marathon 2010 Forks

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $899.00


Product Description

Based on our bestseller Durin Race, the Durin Marathon features either 120 mm travel fix or adjustable travel from 120 to 80 mm via Flight Control Remote (FCR). Cool ’red sock’ design. Superstiff 32 mm upper legs. Cold forged Aluminium 6082 T6 fork crown with integrated cablestops for the RCL remote control. PM 6" disc mounts, i. e. direct mount of the caliper without adaptor to run with a 160 mm/6" rotor. All adjuster knobs made of high quality aluminium.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by patas a Racer from Costa Rica

Date Reviewed: January 24, 2011

Strengths:    super stiff! lighweight! excellent performance!

Weaknesses:    a lot of oil from the open bath on the seals, collect a lot of dirt and dust.

Bottom Line:   
Just the best that I have try it!, super sensitive and rebound smooth like a butter melting in the sun! response and keep the wheel where has to be going down. Felt in love with his performance from the 1st try!

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Favorite Trail:   camp san fernando-sacrament

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $500.00

Purchased At:   amazon

Similar Products Used:   Rock Shock Reba Race

Bike Setup:   disk XTR, X.0 3x9, Giant XTC 2011 hardtail, crankbros pedals SL, XT wheelset and CaneCreek SZ 110 headset, Kcnc seatpost, easton carbon Nano SL handlebar and Thomphson X4 stem

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by mrossj1 a Weekend Warrior from NC

Date Reviewed: October 28, 2010

Strengths:    Double arch makes the fork stiff, its very lite for 120 fork, very SMOOTH travel that gets better with speed, great adjustability and the lockout on the bars is great.

Bottom Line:   
This is a great fork that is lite enough for XC but is stiff enough when things get going very fast. Easy to adjust and the propedal & lockout works great. Can't say enough how happy I have been with this fork.

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Favorite Trail:   Moab

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $400.00

Purchased At:   online

Similar Products Used:   lots

Bike Setup:   Titus Motolite, Race Face, XT/XTR, Velocity Blunt wheels.

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Magura Durin Marathon review - 2011

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2010 120 mm forks - F120, Reba, Durin Marathon...

Am thinking about 120 mm forks Fox F120, Rockshox Reba 120, Magura Durin Marathon, perhaps DT Swiss or X-Fusion too for a hardtail project. Anyone with riding experience on the latest 2010 models for comparing these - e.g. damping quality, stiffness, reliability? Is it possible to get full travel on ... Read More »

Post mount adapter for XTR BR-M975 F/R caliper to Durin Marathon fork

Hi, I am looking for a mounting adapter to mount a Shimano XTR BR-M975 F/R brake caliper (160mm rotor) onto my new Durin Marathon 120mm fork. Any suggestions? Can this even be done?Read More »

Magura Durin Marathon (120mm Fixed Travel)??

I ride a 2007 Scott Genius and need to replace the fork with on with more travel, right now it's set-up with a fixed travel Fox F32 RL 100mm. I been able to haggle two good deals on a Magura Durin Marathon ( 120mm fixed travel) and a Fox F32 (120mm fixed travel). I would really like to go after th ... Read More »

Magura Durin Marathon 120 Adjustable Travel Question...

Anyone riding this fork? If so, how does the adjustable travel work? How many settings are there between 80mm-120mm? Any other thoughts on this fork? Not tons of info when I do a search.Read More »

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