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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Marin Pine Mountain. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- The Pine Mountain is littered with bosses and eyelets - for racks and bottles galore.
- Many riders found the Pine Mountain to be a good value buy.
- SRAM GX gears shift well and keep the chain from slapping. Reviewers said the 10-speed cassette offered plenty of range.
- Owners loved the steel tubing, saying it was comfortable, robust, light, stiff and soaked up bumps.
- Connoisseurs enjoyed the retro simplicity of the Pine Mountain.
- Shimano M445 Hydraulic brakes proved dependable for trail-riders.
- Looks, detailing and color options were described as considered and attractive.
- The Pine Mountain easily handled snowy conditions, with fat 3.0 tires
- Components were considered good quality and value.
- External cabling was easy to repair, especially when travelling.
- This steed served owners very well as a bikepacking bike.
- Owners found that this rig climbed well, despite its weight.
7 reasons not to buy
- With its massive plus-size tires, this is a somewhat heavy bike.
- Trail-riders found the Pine Mountain to be a bit more nervous on the descents.
- Quick-release wheels detracted from handling accuracy for some, who would’ve preferred thru-axles.
- There is no dropper-post on the Pine Mountain 1s and 2s.
- Compared to a suspension rig, it was less confidence in loose conditions.
- Some owners felt that the top-tube should be longer for trail applications.
- One expert noticed rubbing from the front disc when the bike was really pressured.
Bottom lineThis was a new kind of bike for many owners and reviewers, who found it lively, simple and immensely fun. Rigid models do require a more focused riding style (than front shocks), when tackling rough and technical terrain. Then again, the rigidity allows for long bikepacking and touring travails. Compared with the competition, it’s a cut-price option. With this supple steel chassis, you’ll be soaking up the bumps and sunshine all day.
Expert Reviews72/100 based on 4 rated expert reviews
Marin Pine Mountain 1 Review
Here, the easy riding nature of the big-volume rubber means less-technical trails can be covered in comfort and efficiency.
Marin Pine Mountain 1 2018 Review
A functional and utilitarian bike that is best for the rider who isn’t pushing their limits.
Test: Marin Pine Mountain – 27.5+
Ride, brakes, selection of tires and above all a skillfully composed cockpit. Here everything plays as it should!
Fahrräder im Vergleich: Dicke Dinger (Bicycles in Comparison: Fat Things)
The new 27.5 Plus tire format promises more comfort, traction and driving safety. Especially, hardtails should benefit from the extra width.
27.5+ Steel Hardtail Review: Marin Pine Mountain 2
650b+ Test – Where It Works (& Doesn’t)
Tough Boy… Marin Pine Mountain Steel Bike With E-Bike Kit In Test
Test Ride Review: Marin Pine Mountain 27.5+
After four days in Moab including double-digit mileage on my own rig and eight different demo bikes … I can still say that my moments of greatest joy were spent on the Pine Mountain.
Marin Pine Mountain Owner Long Term Review
Overall; a good, strong, solid bike but somewhat rudimentary.
Marin Pine Mountain 2 Review: In With the Old
If you are on the hunt for a future proof trail bike that will double as a fine bikepacking rig, the PM2 should definitely make your list.
Marin Pine Mountain 2: Long Term Review
With elegant steel tubing and vintage-inspired cues, Marin’s Pine Mountain 2 is a capable trail ripper built for bikepacking adventures.
Do-All Hardtail: 2018 Marin Pine Mountain 2 Review
The Pine Mountain 2 represents the best of what the material can do. The subtle undertones in the ride quality speak to the rich history of Marin, but it still feels modern and relevant.
Review: A Killer Mountain Bike That Does Everything, Affordably
Don’t let it’s straightforward design, classic look and sturdy tubeset fool you: The Pine Mountain 2 is an all-trail beast that can truly ride anywhere.
Marin Pine Mountain 2 Long Term Review
In most situations, I’m faster on a 30lb hard tail with 3″ tires than my other bikes. And frankly, I’m still trying to wrap my head around that fact.
On Review: Marin Pine Mountain 2
If the terrain is rolling, the weight doesn’t have much of an impact, but you can bet your ass you’ll feel it on the climbs.
Marin’s Pine Mountain Plus Bike is One for the Purists
Rigid, retro-inspired and well priced.
Test Marin Pine Mountain 3D
Товарищеский Обзор #1. Велосипед Marin Pine Mountain
Test: Marin Pine Mountain 1 – A Plus Return to MTB Roots
All in all – it is a successful and extremely playful bike, which also impresses in terms of geometry and driveability, even within the hardcore-hardtail category.