Cool. Which model?pulpwoody said:MUCH CONFUSION::::
Okay, so after talking directly to Alex at Marin today, it's confirmed, I'm getting a 2010 Attack Trail! Marin is a good company for sure.
I think the AT will work well. Sure liking mine. The confidence on the descents and the sketchy stuff is amazing. The MV will handle it, just with a bit more feedback if you will whereas the AT just soaks it all up. It is not as nimble nor as good a climber than the MV, but makes up for it in many other ways. Plus, it climbs nearly as well at the end of the day with some style adjustments. It certainly pedals more heavily than the MV even though it is not that much heavier.pulpwoody said:Not sure which model, it's white, and it's just the frame. The shock from the MV will swap over no problem, and I would have to wait a long time for the new MV. I didn't have to wait for the AT, so that was the main factor, plus, I was wanting a bigger bike anyway, so this fits the bill pretty well.
Wow. A 2010 AT 6.8 can be had here for ~$1.900 USD if you look in the right place.gvs_nz said:I think Marin is expensive here and Giant is cheap.
The 2010 6.7 AT were priced at USD 3500 and the 2011 Reign 2 is priced at USD 2600. The 2011 Reign 2 is way over the spec of a 2010 6.7 AT. Reign x is pricey though. Seems to be a big premium on a bike as soon as you bolt a 36mm fork on it.