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 framebag needs.

Image showing Headlands carbon fiber fork clearance

TIRE CLEARANCE

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

Image of Headlands dropper 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.

Image showing removable seatstay brace

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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