2017 Marin Nail Trail 7 - 29er (L - 19in) Used, but in excellent condition. Less than 150 miles done on it.
Reluctant sale, as it's a lot of fun to ride, but need space in the shed for a family bike....and I just haven't got out on it enough in the last year to warrant keeping it.
Spec here: https://www.marinbikes.com/gb/bike-archive/bikes/2017-nail-trail-7
Except tyres, which I changed to: Maxxis Ardent MTB Tyre / Maxxis High Roller II MTB Tyre. Barely used. - Now has a pair of Schwalbe G-Ones on it, but will obvs chuck Maxxis tyres in too.
Review here: https://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/gear/category/bikes/mountain-bikes/hardtail/product/marin-nail-trail-7-29er-review-50598/
RRP £1600. Looking for £925 £725 (or thereabouts). As ever, let me know if I'm way off. Donation back to LFGSS on sale.
Collection only, from SE25, South Norwood.
Thanks. Now amended.
Still not using it enough, so up for sale. Pictured with brand new Schwalbe G-Ones, but will also include Maxxis tyres, as per description. Any questions, ask away...
Price drop, £875.
This is a really useful bike for someone. Checks the bike packing and all rounder hardtail boxes really nicely.
WOW, in my area too. What a dream!
Yeah, lovely to ride. Just not riding it enough to warrant it, sadly.
Price drop, £850. Come on folks, Swinley is calling....
Price drop. £825
And downward, into the depths she goes...
£795 (with sizeable forum donation). Will also throw in a Kit Kat chunky, 2 cans of Tennents Super and a signed picture of Sue Barker smoking a pipe.
If it’s any consolation I would have had this if I could fit it in my flat. Which I cannot.
Yeah, it's a biggun. Had to get a new shed when it arrived.
Price drop £725
This (along with the Cube from the other month) isan utter bargain, but probably in the wrong place.
Yeah, should probably cast the net wider...but if it doesn't sell, I get to keep it, so...
I really want it but it won't go in my flat. Would need to get of the F-Si first and that's not going to happen in the next 12 months.
Flip the bars 90degrees and it's pretty flat....but still lengthy.
Won't fit along with all the other bikes, and there's too much overlap with my existing hardtail which still has another year in it, I reckon.
Would be nice to have something a bit more robust that would probably take a child seat though :)
Well, looks like it's not going anywhere fast, so give me a shout if you change your mind...
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