Marin County, California is in most cases thought to be the birthplace of the brand new mountain bike. One of the crucial such a lot breathtaking riding within the U.S. is there, the type of terrain which might be undisputably a mountain biker’s dream. Marin Bikes there back in 1986, so it is easy to look how the Marin Iron Springs 9.1 comes with an impressive heritage. The 29er Iron Springs 9.1 is an outstanding introduction to the fun and adventure of mountain biking, with a lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum frame, 120mm shuttle suspension fork and dependable Shimano mountain components.
The Iron Spring 9.1 is a hardtail with 29-inch wheels, which may make short work of hindrances, offer more stability and regulate, and produce the type of momentum you need for both acceleration and best speed. The Iron Springs 9.1 is designed with tough yet light aluminum frame tubes that impart good handling and can get up to the hindrances a trail has waiting to throw at you. The SR Suntour 29er fork, with 120mm of shuttle, helps smooth out the bumps. Frame and fork are equipped with powerful Tektro hydraulic disc brakes and a set of big 180 rotors front and rear needless to say, consistent stopping power.
A dependable Shimano Acera 9-speed drivetrain sports a triple crankset and an Alivio rear derailleur. Alivio shifters easily click and move the chain up and down the wide-range 12/36 Shimano cassette. In all, you have got 27 speeds at your command, because of this there is a gear for just about each and every grade or condition, and that implies you can keep driving forward.
Robust Alex DP21 29″ tubeless-compatible rims and Schwalbe Nobby Nic 29″ x 2.25″ Performance tires offer dependable traction. And in any case, a Marin Mountain handlebar with a gentle 9 degree sweep helps to keep your body forward for improved front end regulate.
Lightweight butted 6061 alloy Series 3 frame with tapered head tube, post mount disc mounts, direct mount FD, and rear thru-axle dropout
Shimano Acera 9-speed drivetrain with Alivio shifters for crisp, reliable shifting
Suntour Epicon SF15 29″ fork with 120mm of shuttle, tapered alloy steerer and 15mm Q-Lock dropout
Tektro “Auriga” hydraulic disc brakes, with 180mm rotors, for consistent stopping power
Alex DP21 29″ tubeless-compatible wheelset with Schwalbe Nobby Nic 29″ x 2.25″ Performance tires.