Named after one of the most iconic sections of coastline and Insta-inspiring gravel riding of the American West, the Marin Headlands embodies everything about this beautiful and rugged terrain. A full unidirectional carbon chassis is purpose- built for multi-surface adventures, be they short days or long weeks in the saddle.

The 1x specific construction of the frame means short chainstays that still fit up to 700x45mm/650Bx47mm tires, and paired with the longer top tube and shorter stems the bike takes cues from modern mountain bikes on technical off-road trail, while stillmaintaining a comfortable, fast, and efficient ride on flatter terrain. Internal housing routing and tons of mounts on the frameallow you to fit the bike with anything from water and tubes, to a full custom frame bag from your favorite maker using the attachments found around the front triangle, while conventional rack and fender mounts can transition the bike into a capable winter commuter.

Technology

Unpainted carbon fiber frame

UNIDIRECTIONAL CARBON FIBER FRAME

The Headlands has a unidirectional carbon fiber frame designed to meet the demands of modern gravel and endurance riders and racers with large tire clearance, a 142x12mm thru-axle, and multiple frame eyelets for customized hydration and frame bag needs.

Marin Headlands 2 carbon fiber fork.

TIRE CLEARANCE

The Headlands was designed with clearance for up to 700Cx45 or 650Bx50 tires to handle even the roughest “roads.”

Marin Headlands 2 drooper post.

INTERNAL DROPPER COMPATIBILITY

The Headlands features a seattube port for internal dropper routing, with the Headlands 2 coming stock with a 105mm/85mm dropper post.

Marin Headlands seatstay brace/fender mount.

REMOVABLE SEATSTAY BRACE

The removable seat stay brace makes it super easy to add fenders for foul weather riding and commuting, while maintaining a clean smooth look when you don’t need the coverage.

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