Marin San Quentin 2 - 2019

Size Chart
Size Chart - Marin San Quentin 2 & 3 2019

 

S M L XL
STACK (A) 586.1 590.7 599.7 604.3
REACH (B) 422 444 464 484
HEADTUBE ANGLE (C) 65 65 65 65
HEADTUBE LENGTH (D) 105 110 120 125
SEATTUBE ANGLE (VIRTUAL) (E) 75 75 75 75
SEATTUBE ANGLE (ACTUAL) (F) 75 75 75 75
SEATTUBE LENGTH (G) 385 430 475 515
TOPTUBE (ACTUAL) (H) 564 582 604 626
TOPTUBE (EFFECTIVE) (I) 579.1 602.3 624.7 645.9
BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT (J) 310 310 310 310
BOTTOM BRACKET DROP (K) 50 50 50 50
CHAINSTAY (L) 425 425 425 425
WHEELBASE (M) 1144.8 1168.9 1193.1 1215.3
STANDOVER HEIGHT (N) 664 677 714 745
FORK OFFSET (O) 46 46 46 46
SEATPOST DIAMETER 30.9 30.9 30.9 30.9
HANDLEBAR WIDTH 780 780 780 780
STEM LENGTH 45 45 45 45
CRANK LENGTH 170 175 175 175

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Developed in conjunction with freeride legend Matt Jones and taking its name from the most rough and tumble piece of Marin County, the all-new San Quentin collection lives up to the notoriety of the namesake maximum security California State Prison. Blending the strength and style of our Alcatraz dirt jump frame with the natural trail savvy of the Nail Trail hardtail, the San Quentin family of aggressive trail hardtails is the perfect mash-up for the modern trail rider.

Size

PERFECT FOR

- DOWNHILL TRAILS -

- LIGHT DIRT JUMP -

- ENDURO -

TECHNOLOGY

SERIES 3 AND 2 ALUMINUM

The San Quentin 1 features a Series 2 aluminum frame, with tapered head tubes, 3D forged drop outs, IS brake mounts, and semi-internal cable routing. The San Quentin 2 and 3 feature Series 3 aluminum frames, with more advanced tube forming, more complex dropouts, post mount disc tabs, full internal cable routing, and a boost 148mm thru-axle.

DIRT JUMP INSPIRED FRAME STYLE

Taking cues from the Alcatraz, the San Quentin line up provides all the benefits of the DJ style with massive stand over, slick frame tubes, and a sexy paint job.

MODERN TRAIL GEOMETRY

The slack head tube angle paired with a steep seat tube angle create a ride that will y uphill with perfect front wheel precision but then descend like it’s on rails. The balanced rider position thanks to the steep seat tube puts your weight between the wheels for impressive climbing and handling on ats, while the slack front end and short rear center help to pull you through the rough descents and corners with an intuitive feel.

ISCG TABS

All San Quentin models feature ISCG 05 tabs for chain retention when the terrain gets super nasty.

SPECS

Frame Series 3 6061 Aluminum, Double Butted Frame, Internal Shifter & Dropper Post Routing, External Brake, 12x148mm Thru Axle
Front Suspension RockShox Recon RL, 110x15mm Boost Spacing, Satin Nickel Stanchions 130mm Travel, Bolt-On Thru Axle
Rim Marin, Double Wall Alloy, 29mm Inner, Pinned Joint, Disc Specific, 32H Tubeless Compatible
Hub Rear Forged Alloy, Quad Sealed Cartridge Bearings, Alloy Axle, 12x148mm, Centerlock Disc, 32H, Shimano Standard Freehub Body
Hub Front Forged Alloy, 110x15mm, Sealed Cartridge Bearing, Centerlock Disc, 32H
Spokes Nipples 14g Black Stainless Steel
Tires Schwalbe Hans Dampf, 27.5x2.35”, Wire Bead, Performance Line
Derailleur Rear SRAM NX, 11-Speed
Derailleur Front -
Shift Lever SRAM NX, 11-Speed
Crankset FSA Comet, Direct Mount 32T Ring, 2-piece Design
Bottom Bracket External Sealed Cartridge Bearing
Chain KMC X-11 EL
Cassette SunRace, 11-Speed, 11-46T
Brakes Front Tektro M275 Hydraulic Disc, 180mm Rotor
Brakes Rear Tektro M275 Hydraulic Disc, 160mm Rotor
Brake Levers Tektro M275 Hydraulic Disc
Handlebar Marin Mini-Riser, 6061 Double Butted Aluminum, 780mm Width, 4º Up, 9º Back
Stem Marin 3D Forged Alloy, 35mm
Grips Marin MTN Locking, Closed End
Headset FSA No 57E, Sealed Cartridge Bearings
Seatpost 1 1/8" x 1 1/2”
Saddle Marin Alloy
Pedals Marin MTB

REVIEWS

"With a 65° head tube angle and up to 130mm of front suspension travel, the San Quentin appears to be a seriously bomber trail bike."
 Singletracks.com   |   See the full review

"...the San Quentin is a durable hardtail that's spec'd to take a beating and leave the doors open for riders."
 VitalMTB   |   See the full review

“One of the nicest hardtail frames I’ve seen in a while”
 GMBN Tech   |   See the full review

The San Quentin was tailor-made for your own private 50to01 cover band woods-jib and loam-farming parties. Ride it hard, wreck a lot, get muddy and have fun.
 Bike Magazine   |   See the full review