MSRP • $2,749.99
Color • Gloss Charcoal
WHEN SHORT TRAVEL JUST WON’T CUT IT
BIG ALL-MOUNTAIN DAYS
GRAVITY FUELED DOWNHILL
GOT TO GET UP TO GET DOWN
The Alpine Trail is a 29” wheeled full suspension bike built for the all day enduro rider that earns their downhill fun.
|Size||Rider Height Range|
5'3" to 5'6"
5'6" to 5'10"
5'10" to 6'2"
6'2" to 6'4"
Series 4 6061 Aluminum Frame, 29” Wheels, 150mm Travel MultiTrac Suspension Platform, Internal Dropper Post and Rear Derailleur Housing, Chainstay Mounted Post Mount Disc Brake, 148x12mm Boost Thru- Axle, 73mm Threaded BB w/ ISCG05 Tabs
RockShox Yari RC, 29”, 160mm of Travel, Air Sprung, Debonair, Rebound and Compression Adjust, Fast Black Stanchions, 110x15mm Maxle Stealth, 51mm Offset
X-Fusion O2 PRO RXC, 205x65mm, Rebound Adjustment, Lock Out, Trunnion Upper Mount, 25mm x M8 Lower Mount
Marin Aluminum Double Wall, 29mm Inner,Pinned Joint, Disc Specific, 32H TubelessCompatible
Forged Alloy, 148x12mm, Quad Sealed Cartridge Bearings, 6-Bolt Disc, 32H, XD Driver
Forged Alloy, 110x20mm, 6-Bolt Disc, 32H
14g Black Stainless Steel
Vee Tire Flow Snap, 29x2.6”, Tackee Compound, Single Ply, 72 TPI
Shimano SLX GS Shadow Plus, 11-Speed
Shimano SL-M7000 1x11 Speed I-Spec II
FSA Comet, Modular 1x, 30T Direct Mount Chainring, MegaTooth Technology, Boost Spacing
External Sealed Cartridge Bearings
KMC X11 Extra Light
e*thirteen TRS Plus 11spd, 9-46T
Tektro Orion, 4 Piston Hydraulic Disc, 203mm Rotor
Tektro Orion, 4 Piston Hydraulic Disc, 180mm Rotor
Tektro Orion, I-Spec II Compatible
Marin Mini-Riser, 6061 Double Butted Aluminum, 28mm Rise, 780mm Width, 5° Up, 9° Back
Marin 3D Forged Alloy, 35mm
FSA No 57E, Sealed Cartridge Bearings, 11/8"x11/2”
X-Fusion Manic, 1x Composite Remote, Size S 125mm Travel, All Other Sizes: 150mm Travel
Marin Speed Concept
SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICING ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
|HEADTUBE ANGLE (C)||65||65||65||65|
|HEADTUBE LENGTH (D)||90||100||110||120|
|SEATTUBE ANGLE (VIRTUAL) (F)||76.41°||76°||75.68°||75.39°|
|SEATTUBE ANGLE (ACTUAL) (E)||68.5°||68.5°||68.5°||68.5°|
|SEATTUBE LENGTH (G)||385||420||450||480|
|TOPTUBE (ACTUAL) (H)||550||552||574||603|
|TOPTUBE (EFFECTIVE) (I)||568.76||600.65||626.63||657.4|
|BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT (J)||342||342||342||342|
|BOTTOM BRACKET DROP (K)||35||35||35||35|
|STANDOVER HEIGHT (N)||701||722||743||756|
|FORK OFFSET (O)||51||51||51||51|
SERIES 4 ALUMINUM FRAME
Alpine Trail models feature Series 4 aluminum frames, with detailed forgings, highly manipulated tubes, and full internal cable routing, giving the rider the highest-end alloy frame that Marin offers.
ONE PIECE FORGED ROCKER
The heart of the Alpine Trail’s MultiTrac suspension is the forged and welded one-piece rocker link. The strength and stiffness of the rocker keeps the rear of the bike tracking straight, providing smooth suspension operation under the most demanding conditions.
The stiffness of the one-piece rocker link allows for a bridgeless seatstay design, offering zero compromises on stiffness while at the same time allowing for maximum tire clearance and short chainstays.
The Alpine Trail has a slack head tube angle paired with a steep seat tube angle and long reach to provide the best modern trail bike experience. The bike lets you climb better than ever before,while giving you even more confidence when descending.
"Frankly, I think the creative effort to mix-match brands to maximize performance and deliver them on a great looking frame with good geometry on the AT-7 makes the effort behind bikes in a similar price bracket look lazy. The creative effort to mix-match brands to maximize performance and deliver them on a great looking frame with good geometry throws shade on many bikes in the AT-7's price range."
"From only a short time on the bike, it seems to me that Marin has created a pretty adept big wheeler that ticks all the boxes. It’s a good sign when you can rip bike park turns in the morning and head off on a high-altitude epic in the afternoon, all without changing a setting."
"Based on a first ride down our local test track we’re expecting a bike that, with a few modest component changes, is going to be bloody good fun and faster than some options that cost far more of your hard earned cash."
"The normal protocol on a media ride is to hand out the highest tier machine, which has the lightest, most refined components and best suspension. In reality, the bike than most people will buy will be the lower-level clunky tank. In this case, we took the lower level Alpine Trail 7, and I wouldn't change a thing. Tires are often where money is saved on lower priced bikes, yet the rarely seen 2.6" Vee tire combo had sturdy casings, soft rubber and a good tread pattern. I didn't feel like I was losing anything important. Only nicer clicky sounds from the rear hub, a crisp gear shifter, and maybe a slightly smoother dropper post with seamless actuation. The Alpine 7's performance is focused where it matters - for shredding down the kind of alpine trails it was made for. We'll have one for a full review later this year."
"If you’re looking for a fun 29er enduro bike at a fair price, you should take a closer look at the Marin Alpine Trail. With its very balanced geometry and the mostly good spec, the Alpine Trail is a sound basis for a loyal companion for everything from long rides, bike park visits and enduro races."
"The brand new Alpine Trail is up to date and down to party."
"A fine example of how modern trends, geometry and equipment can be combined into an affordable package. A bike capable of being ridden out of the shop and onto a chairlift with no problems"