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RILEY MISSEL of Bicyling.com shares his experience with the Marin Headlands: the fast, smooth dropper post-equipped all-road bike that's begging...
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These are certainly different times than we are used to, but as a community, this new environment is one that we are more than capable of adap...
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Mike Ferrentino of Bike Mag shares his experience after riding the Marin Rift Zone Carbon 2 for a month. I am wrapping up a month aboard Marin’s...
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When the Marin Mount Vision first came out, it was different. And, as many of us know, sometimes it’s tough to be a little weird. With taunts ...
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“When you’re onto a good thing, you stick with it”. We’ve all heard it and it’s pretty accurate. Polygon know it and instead of not changing som...
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In the wake of Storm Dennis, three of us explore the roads, gravel tracks and infrastructure lines of Snowdonia N.P.'s Carneddau Mountains. As w...
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What do our riders get up to in the offseason? Training and testing surely but like everyone we seem to watch way too many movies, series and vid...
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Tom Marvin from Bike Radar shares his Marin Bobcat Trail 3 experience on the trails. The bike was tested on a range of loops, including fast wood...
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It might be small on travel, but it’s big on character, and now Marin’s Rift Zone is available with a carbon frame. Like its more affordable a...
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Want a bike that can pedal like crazy and maximize fun on smoother terrain? In true Vital MTB style, here's an in-depth look at a handful of 20...
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We are pleased to announce the venue of a new rider to the POLYGON UR team, the Big Bad Wolfe from Ireland, Dan Wolfe! As you can see in our vid...
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Australia’s population may only be small, but its cycling industry punches well above the weight of many other, far more populated, markets. Whi...
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We are stoked to announce young blood to the Polygon UR team with the venue of Joe Breeden! When you have such a talent looking for a team, we fe...
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Bicycles Online, now an Australian Packaging Covenant Member. Looking back its hard to determine the exact point in time. Was it a benchmark...
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Off-road.cc: If you're after a new gravel or adventure bike but don't want to spend more than £1,000 then you're in luck, as there are plenty to ...
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The folks at Mountain Bike Action take the Marin Hawk Hill for a spin. The Hawk Hill is the newest bike to come out of the Marin factory with ...
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Vital MTB looks at the new full-suspension and hardtail mountain bike options from Marin. Petaluma, Calif, - August 27, 2019 - Marin Mountain B...
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Equipped with the sort of geometry and components you'd expect to see on a much bigger travel bike, the 2020 marin rift zone is a short-travel tr...
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Like everything in life, there are compromises to be made, so in deploying more extreme geometry has the new Rift Zone moved too far away from it...
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Siskiu N The 150-160mm travel 29'er is quickly becoming the bread-and-butter platform for medium-and-taller riders in every locale with rough, t...
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The best shoe for your next cycling journey is going to depend on whether you’re running flats or clipless pedals. Once you’ve sorted your pedal...
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Bicycle maintenance is not difficult, and the more you get into the habit of looking after your bike, the easier it will be. Here are seven bic...
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The guys at Outdoor gear labs compare the best dual-suspension mountain bikes under $2500 and here's what they have to say about the Polygon Sisk...
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Buying a bike for a child can be fun. It can be a whole new world that you’re stepping out into and you’re worried about buying the wrong thing...
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Buying an e-bike can take a big part of your budget, so you’ll want to make sure you are making the right choice when you're purchasing an e...
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There’s so much to like about the Marin Presidio family of bikes. And the Marin Presidio 3 checks all of the boxes for a modern urban commute...
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Fixing your bike can be great fun, honestly, and knowing what to do if things go wrong can be the difference between a disastrous trip and one...
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