The frame if metal may have minor, aesthetic dings. Bicycle is free of major mechanical issues but may require some service, a tune up is recommended. Some parts may require replacing, not to include front or rear shocks, wheels, shifters, front or rear derailleurs, braking systems, crank set or chainrings. Items that may need to be replaced include: Braking surfaces may have minor grooves or discoloration.
Suspension and brakes may need to be serviced. The frame if metal has minor, aesthetic dings. The bicycle has some mechanical issues and a tune up is necessary. An overhaul is recommended. Multiple parts need to be replaced. Suspension and brakes need to be serviced. What's your Bike Worth? How to Trade-in your old bike We make it simple and easy to trade-in your old bike toward the purchase of a new bike. The brakes probably would have been fine, I've just gotten used to using higher grade stuff.
I went out on Sunday and rode roughly 30 miles with a grin on my face. It's a good frame to build from. Trying to win hearts and minds, but willing to stomp them if necessary. Originally Posted by PaleriderX. Get off the couch and ride! Originally Posted by J. Originally Posted by feekill. What freewheel did you get.
I have noticed that when you hammer on the stock one, there is some noticeable lag in the engagement. Originally Posted by jammo. Last edited by J. Fragera; at I'm patiently awaiting my tax return so I can pick up a marlin ss. The price is just too good. Ill likely upgrade the fork soon, but dang. Seems like a great deal to me. Old thread I know, but I recently purchased a used one to get into singlespeeding and ended up upgrading it pretty extensively because I felt the frame warranted it.
The Trek Marlin SS is a Very comfortable ride and stable at speed. RockShox Reba Race mm Handlebar: Chromag "rootbeer'" flat bar BB: Raceface Deus XC - All new stainless dropout hardware.
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Visit us at Facebook Twitter Youtube. Join Date Apr Posts 52 Trek Marlin Single Speed 29er hi i'm getting back into biking for the first time in almost 10 years, gained a few pounds that i want to get rid of, i have been intrigued by 29er's and single speeds in the last few weeks i have been researching.
Join Date Feb Posts Surprised no one has chimed in Reply With Quote 4 feekill mtbr member Reputation: Reply With Quote 5 dangeranger mtbr member Reputation: Join Date Apr Posts 52 i have checked out bikes direct but i'm in canada and i don;t want to go through all that hassle for a bike from them, thats why i am looking at the marlin, it is cdn at a lbs out of all the bikes i see around norco, specialized, giant this one fits the bill almost to exactly what i want right out of the box.
Reply With Quote 6 feekill mtbr member Reputation: Join Date Mar Posts 30 sounds like you got your answer right there. Reply With Quote 7 Ash T. Reply With Quote 8 J.