ALL MOUNTAIN TRAIL
BLISS TRAIL POPPING, PLAYFUL FUN
UP, DOWN, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN
The all-new Mount Vision from Marin embodies the true spirit of mountain bikes, designed to make the climbs effortless and the descents mind-blowing. The Mount Vision is equipped with 150mm of travel front and rear, a perfect balance of suspension and playfulness. The rear suspension features the Naild R3ACT - 2 Play system, which brings riders the best in rear suspension with size specific kinematics and ground tracing performance. The Mount Vision is the new benchmark for 27.5" trail bikes.
|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"|
The revolutionary Naild R3ACT - 2 Play Suspension gives the Marin Mount Vision a true performance advantage over traditional systems. By isolating the rider's mass from acceleration forces, a new benchmark in pedaling efficiency and bump absorption is achieved. What this means for the rider is no lockouts, no loss of power transfer, and the best traction you have ever had.
At the heart of the Naild R3ACT - 2 Play system, Ground Tracing kinematics allows the rear wheel to follow the contours of the trail, providing the rider improved wheel contact and loading with the ground as the bike moves over bumps. Increasing the time that the wheel is on the ground not only guarantees maximum control over terrain, it also increases efficiency by allowing the bike to recover energy off the backside of bumps.
The Mount Vision was designed using anthropometric data to define rider position and center of gravity. From this data, Marin worked with Naild to develop two separate kinematics, one for sizes small and medium and one for sizes large and extra-large.
The unidirectional carbon fiber frame utilizes the latest in high modulus carbon fiber technology, materials, and layup for the lightest and strongest frame possible.
Recommended Sag = 25%/15mm
REAR SHOCK SET UP
Step 1: Set correct pressure in rear shock.
Step 2: Sit on the bike and cycle the suspension (*with correct riding gear).
Step 3: Re-set 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 feels 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.
|Rider weight||AIR PRESSURE|