Alpine Trail Carbon 2
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- Price: $5,599.00*
- Suspension: Fox 38 Performance Elite / Fox Float DPX2
- Wheel Size: 29"
- Frame: Carbon Fiber
S, M, L, XL
Size Rider height range S 5'3" to 5'6" M 5'6" to 5'10" L 5'10" to 6'2" XL 6'2" to 6'4"
BIG ALL-MOUNTAIN DAYS WHERE TRAVEL AND GEOMETRY MATTER MOST
BUILT FOR ABUSE AND ROWDY RIDING
ENDURO-STYLE RIDING AND RACING
BIG BIKE, BIG WHEELS, BIG FUN
The Alpine Trail is a 29” wheeled full suspension bike built for the all day enduro rider that earns their downhill fun.
All New Unidirectional Carbon Fiber Front Triangle, Series 4 Alloy Rear End, 29” Wheels, 150mm Travel MultiTrac Suspension Platform, Internal Dropper Post and Rear Derailleur Routing, Chainstay Mounted Post Mount Disc Brake, 148x12mm Boost Thru-Axle, 73mm Threaded BB w/ ISCG05 Tabs
Fox 38 Performance Elite, 160mm Travel, 29" , 110x15mm Boost Kabolt Thru-Axle, 44mm Offset, Integrated Fox Fender
Fox Float DPX2, Performance, EVOL Air Spring, 3 Position Compression Adjustment, Rebound Adjustment, 205x65mm, Trunnion Upper Mount, 25mmxM8 Lower Mount
Marin, Double Wall Alloy, 29mm Inner, Welded Joint, Disc Specific, 32H, Tubeless Compatible
Shimano HB-MT510B, 148x12mm, Centerlock, Microspline Freehub Body
Shimano HF-MT410B, 110x15mm, Centerlock
14g Black Stainless Steel
Front: Maxxis Assegai 29x2.5”, MAXX TERRA, EXO+, Tubeless Compatible; Rear: Maxxis Assegai 29x2.5”, MAXX GRIP, DoubleDown, Tubeless Compatible
Shimano XT 12-Speed, SGS
Shimano SLX 12-Speed, I-Spec EV
FSA Gradient, Modular 1x, 32T Direct Mount Chainring, MegaTooth Technology, Mego EXO Spindle, Boost Spacing
MEGAEVO BB, 73mm BSA Threaded
KMC X-12 Silver and Black
Shimano SLX M7100 Cassette, 12-Speed, 10-51T
Shimano SLX, 4-Piston Hydraulic Disc, 203mm Rotor
Shimano SLX, 4-Piston Hydraulic Disc, 180mm Rotor
Shimano SLX Hydraulic, I-Spec EV
Deity Ridgeline, Stealth Finish, 35mm Clamp, 800mm Width
Race Face Affect R 35, 50mm
Marin Single Clamp Locking
FSA No 57, Sealed Cartridge Bearings, 1 1/8" x 1 1/2”
X-Fusion Manic, Size S 125mm Travel, Size M and L 150mm Travel, Size XL 170mm Travel, 30.9mm, Shimano MT500 1x Lever, I-Spec EV
Marin Trail Speed Concept Pro
Bolt-On Thru-Axle, Downtube Protector
Specifications, pricing, and availability are subject to change without notice.
All lengths in millimeters
REAR SHOCK SET UP
Recommended Sag = 30%/19.5mm
Step 1: Set correct pressure in rear shock.
Step 2: Sit on the bike and cycle the suspension (*with correct riding gear).
Step 3: Reset O-ring and sit on the bike, DO NOT BOUNCE, carefully step off.
Step 4: Measure sag (from o-ring to seal of shock), If it does not match the bike’s recommended sag in millimeters repeat process.
Step 5: Adjust rebound setting to ensure proper control.
FORK SET UP
Marin recommends that all bikes front and rear suspension feel balanced
Step 1: After rear sag is set follow the recommended pressure from the fork manufacture.
Step 2: Bounce evenly up and down on the bike, cycling the suspension up and down to make sure both front and rear suspension feel balanced, if the front does not match the rear add or release pressure.
Step 3: Once the bike feels balanced adjust the rebound damping to ensure proper control.
Fox Float DPX2
"There’s something refreshingly classic about how Marin approached the Alpine Trail Carbon. The choices in travel, spec and geometry might, from a distance, seem a little all over the place, but what results is a bike that can go all over the place. A bike that feels as natural on mellow local lunch loops as it does on big endless descents. The sum of its parts is a versatile machine that has something for most of us ‘normal’ riders, but with just enough extra for the superhuman shredders."
Marin’s Alpine Trail Carbon comes with everything you want, right out of the box. It’s rough and ready to rumble, with high-level components at a price that can’t be beat.
The Marin Alpine Trail is an exceptionally good value for the money, and one of the most playful, fun Enduro bikes that we’ve been on recently. If you’re someone who’s more inclined to approach the trail like a playground and look for side hits and things to pop off, but also want a bike that’s up for some steeper, gnarlier trails, maybe some bike park laps, and a whole bunch of airtime, it’s great.