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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Framed Marquette. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The Framed Marquette is available with an aluminum or carbon frame.
- The bike is very versatile. Testers found it capable on firm sand beaches, snow-covered lakes, singletrack, gravel roads and pavement.
- A model with 29” wheels and tires is available.
- The Boost spacing in the rear wheel provides stiffness for power transfer. It also improves the bike's tracking.
- Wide tires allow riders to descend with stability and control, especially on the 27.5+ model.
- The bike is affordably priced. Framed keeps the price down by using in-house components for the stem, seat post, wheels and handlebars.
- The rims are tubeless-ready. Riders can greatly reduce the weight of the bike by setting the bike up tubeless.
- Experts state the Marquette makes for an excellent beginner mountain bike.
- The SRAM hydraulic disc brakes are reliable and high-quality.
- Users can run lower tire pressures with plus tires. This provides additional traction over loose trails.
- One expert was pleased that the Marquette’s geometry places riders in a position that helps keep the front end down on steep climbs.
- One Tester found the geometry and efficient power transfer from the Boost hub spacing make the Marquette a fantastic climber.
- The bike arrives mostly assembled. It’s easy to complete the process.
4 reasons not to buy
- Experts felt stretched out on the bike. They suggest swapping the stem for a shorter one.
- Testers agree the stock wheels on the aluminum model of the bike are heavy. Upgrading the wheels can greatly reduce the bike’s weight.
- The 16” frame only has room for one water bottle.
- The aluminum model is considered heavy at 30 lb.