Marin Mount Vision 9 Mountain Bike - 2020, Small

Item #BMT28745
Recommended Rider Height: 5'2" - 5'6" Sizing Guide
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Why We Love It
First, let's approach the elephant in the room: the radically designed Marin Mount Vision is a bike certain to turn heads. With an extremely unique rear stay configuration, Marin is able to achieve big tire clearance while maintaining a wicked short chainstay. For nay-sayers open minded enough to throw a leg over the bike, their skepticism was quickly over-shadowed by uncontrolled expressions of being impressed by a ride so nimble, so responsive, and so capable on the most challenging trails they began to praise the outside-of-the-box approach instead of scoff at it. This enduro focused 150mm rear travel, 27.5" wheeled, carbon machine is a one-of-a-kind trail loving machine that will continue to impress every time you take it out.
Details
Original MSRP $4,799.00
Year 2020
Brand Marin
Model Mount Vision
Size Small
Frame Material Carbon Fiber
Drivetrain SRAM, 1x12 spd
Weight 32 lbs 6 oz
Build
Fork FOX Performance Elite Series 36 FLOAT
Fork Travel 150mm
Rear Shock FOX Performance Series FLOAT X2
Rear Shock Travel 150mm
Brakes Shimano XT M8020, Disc Brakes - Hydraulic
Shifters SRAM GX Eagle, Mechanical
Rear Derailleur SRAM X01 Eagle
Bottom Bracket Shell Press fit
Crankset Truvativ Descendant Carbon, 32t, 170mm
Cassette SRAM PG-1230, 11-50t
Chain SRAM
Handlebar Deity 787 Alloy, 780mm
Headset FSA Integrated
Stem Deity Copperhead Alloy, 31.8mm x 35mm, 0°
Seatpost KS Lev Integra, 30.9mm
Seatpost Travel 125mm
Saddle WTB Volt
Front Axle Spacing 15x110mm (Boost)
Rear Axle Spacing 12x148mm Boost
Wheelset FSA Afterburner 148 WideR Aluminum Tubeless Compatible, FSA Afterburner 148
Front Tire WTB Trail Boss TCS Light, 27.5" x 2.6"
Rear Tire Schwalbe Nobby Nic ADDIX, 27.5" x 2.4"
Tire Type Tubeless
Tubeless Compatibility Bike ships tubeless
Pedals Sold separately

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