Marin Four Corners Series
What riding style is this geometry intended for?
All day touring off road or back country scenic roads
How many gears does this bike come equipped with?
3x9spd wide ranging touring centric gear set
Are the wheels tubeless ready?
The wheelset is ready to go tubeless when you'd like, all you need is some tyres and tubeless kit from our website and you can do the conversion at home.
Are the tyres tubeless ready?
As tubeless tyres are still a new technology and can be a personal preference decision with some people preferring to keep using the tried and tested innertube, this bike will come with traditional innertube specific tyres.
Are tubeless valves and tape provided with the bike?
Not with this bike, but if you're looking to make the switch the wheelsets are able to be upgrades with a kit from some of our aftermarket suppliers on our website
What groupset is this bike equipped with?
The Shimano Sora 3x9spd gear set offered a wide range of gear sets to tackle any type of ride. Its simplicity and durability also suit the type of bike where you want things to just work
What brakes is this bike equipped with?
Disc brakes have become a must on the modern road bike. Offering strong and reliable braking performance in any condition. When you are flying down your local descent you want to know your brakes are going to pull you up on time.
Does this bike come in any other colours?
Yes, there are two colour ways
Does this bike come with any other specs?
As this is such a specific model with carefully selected components they have spec'd it so that it'll work straight out of the box or is ready to upgrade as you see fit!
What's the bikes' frame material?
The double butted CrMo steel is what makes this frame special. Offering a riding characteristic that is like no other. Steel is real!
What's the bikes' fork material?
CoMo steel with plenty of mounts
What's the bikes' wheels’ material?
Aluminium rims for durability and serviceability
Does this bike come with thru axles or QR skewers?
Quick release, perfect for travel
What is the weight of this bike?
When you're searching for a touring bike you weight might be lower down on your priorities because you're after durability and adaptability, although weighing in at 14.1kg the Four Corners is still respectable amongst other options on the market.
What's the supplied tyre width?
Traditional touring bikes tend to have tyres that are designed for efficiency so the width is only 40c but the Four Corners has size dependable wheels allowing a smaller rider to remain in-control when loaded up.
Does this bike come with pedals?
The Four Corners some with a set of Flat-style trekking pedals to make sure you can easily clamber off a fully loaded touring bike, though it is quite common to change them or even go to a clip-in style of pedal
Can I fit more than one bottle cage in this frame?
This model has a couple of mounts available for a bottle cage or another storage solution. Keeping you hydrated and allowing access to spares if needed. With additional mounts all over the frame and fork to strap on any number of portage accessories
What tyre pressure should I run?
As the tyres are larger in volume to a traditional road bike it's recommended to start softer and work you way up in pressure. So we recommend pressures in the range of 50-60psi.
Does this bike come with a power meter?
No, because these models are usually not suited to customers looking to measure their power, but it is possible to fit any number of power meters to the frame as all the frame standards are pretty "normal" for the industry.
Does this bike come with electronic shifting?
This model does not come with electronic shifting to keep value in mind and serviceability when you're far away from a powerpoint.
Can I use this bike for triathlons?
One of the great things about the triathlon scene is that you can almost ride on any type of bike if you'd like. So yes, this bike will easily be able to do a triathlon.
Can I fit triathlon aero bars to the handlebars?
Yes, in the gravel scene there is a new trend of offering different positions on the front end to rest your weight; if you get a set of clip-on bars you're away!
Can I set this bike on the trainer?
Yes, although we recommend using a steel rear quick release axle or the axle provided with the trainer you have purchased.
Can I fit mudguards or a rear rack to this bike?
Yes, there's more than enough space to run a full size fender set, although take care with your tyre size to maintain clearance for mud shedding.
How wide are the handlebars?
400-440mm in width.
What's the stem length?
Does this bike come equipped with front and rear lights?
No, lights must be purchased separately.
What riding category is this bike intended for?
For the Four Corners Series, in accordance with Polygon's universal classification, these bikes belong to bike class 3. You can read more about the various classifications here.