The Marin Nail Trail mountain bike is built to withstand all the ups and downs of a tough trail ride with durable, performance-ready components and a nimble, responsive frame.
Aluminum frame is triple-butted to minimize weight while increasing strength and torsional rigidity; seat and chain stays are double-butted
Avid Elixir 3 hydraulic disc brakes provide ample stopping power (7 in. rotor up front, 6 in. in the back) no matter how steep the terrain or how wet the weather
Fox 32 Float RL O/B fork allows 100mm travel with rebound adjustment, lockout and air spring preload so you can adjust for unexpected trail obstacles
SRAM X-7 front and rear derailleurs provide instant shifting as you need it, controlled by SRAM X-7 trigger shifters
SRAM PG-1030 crankset powers the SRAM 11-36 10-speed cassette; they're designed for easy cruising up and down your favorite mountain trail
Please note pedals are not included with the Marin Nail Trail mountain bike
All bicycles sold at REI include a free warranty tune-up. New bikes go through a normal break-in period, after which readjustment is important for longevity and performance. Bring your new bike in to your local REI for its free tune-up within 20 hours of use or 6 months from purchase, whichever comes first. Contact your nearest REI bike shop to schedule this important service.
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Comments about Marin Nail Trail Bike - 2012 Overstock:
It is rare purchases turn out better than expected, but this bike has. It replaced my old workout bike which had a Rock Shock simulated fork--looked like a fork but only flexed when I hit the brakes and it tried to dump me over the bars. So I wanted the Fox fork on this bike and the 2x10 drivetrain. Hydraulic discs too are easy to modulate. What I did not expect was a nearly four pound reduction in weight! That combined with a rear triangle that puts the power to the ground with no apparent waste means I go faster further with this bike--consistently. A bike magazine called its handling "snappy" and I would agree. Fast, efficient, a bit stiff in bumps (stand up) but a bike that feels absolutely dialed.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend