Tag Archives: Marin Bikes

Paceline Podcast #65

Paceline Podcast #65

We got the band back together. Patrick is finally back from Japan and the Sea Otter Classic and tells tales of tiny roads, crazy descents and lots of hot water, not to mention a new mountain bike ...

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Redwood Empire Pedalcast #10

Redwood Empire Pedalcast #10

After a hiatus due to excessive travel, we’re back. Patrick is back from Japan and has tales of hot water and tiny roads. And both Jake and Patrick are back from Monterey where Jake ...

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One Bike, Many Rides

One Bike, Many Rides

In the last year I’ve ridden 29-inch wheels, 27.5-inch wheels, 27.5-plus wheels and even 26-inch wheels. And I’ve ridden them all on a short loop I know intimately. Despite industry ...

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The Paceline Podcast #54

The Paceline Podcast #54

In this week’s show we take on a universal question: What is Fatty’s ideal weight? Okay, maybe that one isn’t quite universal. But this one is: What is YOUR ideal race weight. ...

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The Proper Tool

The Proper Tool

When I first encountered Marin Bikes in the early 1990s, I was living in New England. Back then, most of my friends were on production bikes: Specializeds, Treks, Cannondales. A few had Fat ...

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Interbike 2016, Part VIII

Interbike 2016, Part VIII

Maybe it’s because I went in with an open mind, or maybe it’s because I’m getting older and I don’t process all that I see as quickly, but when I go back and scan the ...

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Tom Teesdale: A Remembrance

Tom Teesdale: A Remembrance

Tom Teesdale. It’s a name unfamiliar to most cyclists. It’s a name that arguably did as much for the industry as Gary Fisher, Mike Sinyard, or Tom Ritchey.  It’s also a name that deserves ...

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