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frame
All New Series 3 6061 Aluminum, Double Butted Frame, Internal Cable Routing, 12x148mm Thru-Axle, 73mm Threaded BB,
suspension fork
Marzocchi Bomber Z2, 110x15mm Boost Spacing, 140mm Travel, Kabolt Axle,
stem
Marin 3D Forged Alloy, 35mm,
head set
FSA No 57E, Semi-Sealed Cartridge Bearings, 1 1/8" x 1 1/2”,
bar
Marin Mini-Riser, 6061 Double Butted Aluminum, 780mm Width, 28mm Rise, 5º Up, 9º Back,
grips
Marin Grizzly Lock On,
brakes
Shimano MT420, 4-Piston Hydraulic Disc, Metallic Pads, 203/180mm Rotor,
derailleurs
  • rear: Shimano SLX, 12-Speed, SGS
,
shifter
Shimano Deore, 12-Speed, SL-7100R,
cassette
SunRace, 12-Speed, 11-51T, ED Black,
chain
KMC X-12 Silver and Black,
cranks
FSA Comet, Modular 1x, 32T Direct Mount Chainring, MegaTooth Technology, Boost Spacing,
bottom bracket
Mega EXO, 73mm BSA Threaded,
pedals
Nylon Platform,
rims
Marin Aluminum Double Wall, Disc Specific, 29mm Inner, Sleeved Joint, 32H, Tubeless Compatible,
spokes
14g Black Stainless Steel,
tires
Maxxis Assegai, 27.5x2.5", 3C MAXX TERRA, EXO, Tubeless Compatible,
seat
Marin Speed Concept,
seat post
TranzX YSP23JL, 1x Remote, Size S 125mm Travel, Size M 150mm, L 170mm Travel, and Size XL 200mm Travel, 30.9mm,
size
S, M, L, XL,
hubs
  • front hub: Forged Alloy, 110x15mm, Sealed Cartridge Bearing, Disc, 32H
  • rear hub: Forged Alloy, 148x12mm, Disc, HG Freehub Body
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wheel size
27,5",

Description

The San Quentin 3 is the top dog in the SQ family. We’ve worked tirelessly to create the very best-specced San Quentin ever but still kept the price tag down to earth and in reach of everyone. Marzocchi Z2 fork? Check. Shimano 4-piston brakes and 12-speed drivetrain? X-Fusion dropper post? You got it. FSA cranks, Vee Tire rubber and plenty of kick-ass Marin kit? Abso-freakin-lutely.

Key upgrades over the San Quentin 2:

  • Marzocchi Bomber Z2 fork
  • Shimano Deore wide-range 12-speed drivetrain
  • Shimano MT420 4-piston brakes
  • Vee Tire Co Attack HPL tubeless compatible tires

Caution: For logistical reasons, the bikes sold in our store are shipped partially disassembled. For most brands, this means that the saddle, front wheel and handlebars are removed. Assembly requires basic knowledge, however, it is recommended to have the bicycle assembled at a specialized bicycle service center. Bicycle manufacturers require a basic preliminary inspection at a specialized bicycle store, which is one of the warranty conditions.

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