2020 MARIN DEALER BOOK v1.3 - Page 9



CATEGORY • USAGE
MULTITRAC
WHY
WHY
WHY
This gives riders a plush feel without
sacrificing power transfer to the
ground through unwanted suspension
movement.
It allows the bike to maintain proper
geometry while riding through rough
terrain and prevents blowing through
travel when pushing corners. This is
how suspension is intended to feel.
So you don’t blow through the bike’s
travel on hard hits. This is critical
to maintain control and inspire
confidence when it is most needed.
WHAT
WHAT
WHAT
The beginning movement of the
suspension smooths out small
chatter bumps, allowing the bike to
carry more speed through changing
trail situations, as well as providing
enhanced comfort and control for
the rider, without sacrificing power
transfer or traction.
The bike maintains consistent and
controlled geometry and rear wheel
traction through rough trails, allowing
a predictable ride through varying
terrain.
“Ramping up” at the end of the
suspension travel to mitigate hard
bottom outs, as well as provide a more
controlled ride feeling as you get to
the end of the travel, especially on
hard hits and landings.
TECH
TECH
TECH
Multitrac model utilize low starting
leverage curves as well as antisquat values that are within 90-110%
throughout the entire gear range.
The linear mid-section of the leverage
curves plays perfectly with current
shock technology to ensure good
support, and anti-rise numbers that
ensure that proper bike geometry is
maintained on steep sections of trail.
A “regressive hook” is utilized in
the end of the travel, mechanically
building force that slows the wheel
and resists harsh bottom out, while
also keeping stresses on the rear
shock to a minimum on larger
impacts.
MARIN BIKES CALIFORNIA
BOTTOM OUT CONTROL
MARIN BIKES CALIFORNIA
MID-STROKE SUPPORT
FULL SUSPENSION
BALANCE OF SMALL BUMP
AND PEDAL EFFICIENCY

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