Interactions with Marin bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇺🇸 United States
  2. 🇨🇦 Canada
  3. 🇦🇺 Australia
  4. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  5. 🇵🇱 Poland
  6. 🇮🇩 Indonesia
  7. 🇳🇿 New Zealand
  8. 🇲🇾 Malaysia
  9. 🇸🇬 Singapore
  10. 🇮🇳 India
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Marin bikes are most popular?

The most popular Marin model families are the Rift Zone 29, Gestalt, and San Quentin.

Q: Does Marin make eBikes?

Yes, Marin manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.

Recent Reviews
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Marin Rift Zone XR review: coil for the trail

Antony de Heveningham

The Marin Rift Zone XR - XR stands for eXtra Rad - bumps the front travel up to 140mm, adds a coil shock and beefs up the build.

Oct 2022Read Review

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The $1100 (USD) Marin San Quentin 1 Hardtail

The complete Marin San Quentin 1 (SQ1) hardtail costs about the same amount of money as a top-end RockShox suspension fork and it's a fun choice for the aspiring or casual mountain biker looking for a budget-friendlier gateway rig for Blue-level trails.

Sep 2022Read Review

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2022 Marin Nicasio 2 gravel bike review: Sometimes vanilla is just right - CyclingTips

James Huang

The lone steel bike in our group makes a great case for the material.

  • Supple ride quality on moderately bumpy terrain, solid feel, stable handling, classic steel good looks.

  • Mid-grade steel still doesn’t ride like the really good stuff, pretty heavy, not enough bottle mounts, questionable cable routing.

Aug 2022Read Review

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Marin Alpine Trail XR review

Robin Weaver

This bike will take on any trail you’re brave enough to throw it down. A few minor spec changes would really elevate its performance

  • Spec impressive considering price

  • Good geometry

  • Capable at speed

  • Better-spec brake levers would help add more confidence

  • Bottle won’t fit on smaller frame sizes despite mounts being included

Jun 2022Read Review

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Marin Sausalito E2

The Marin Sausalito E1 is a fantastic commuter e-bike that offers the most natural electric-assist of any e-bike I’ve tested combined with fantastic range. Specs and components The Sausilito E2 is kitted out fairly well. The key elements are a 1x Shimano Deore 11-speed setup combined with a Shimano STEPS E6100 mid-motor. The Deore groupset used is the lower mid-level offering from Shimano, but with the huge leaps we have seen in technology around groupsets in the last few years, the shifting is crisp and smooth.

Jun 2022Read Review

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Field Test: Marin Team Marin 1

Mike Kazimer

The Marin Team Marin 1 hardtail is a race bike that doesn't take itself too serious, but offers a serious value.

  • Quick and lively handling without feeling sketchy

  • Excellent way to get into XC racing

  • It’s great to see a Deore 12-speed drivetrain at this pricepoint

  • No dropper post, but it’s still a good value even when one’s added on

  • Some cable rattle on rougher sections of trail

Apr 2022Read Review