Marin bikes are designed to be low on maintenance and high on fun and comfort. No matter where you like to ride-- from shredding trails on the Hawk Hill, to redefining what road riding means on a Gestalt, or just cruising the local bike path on a brand new Stinson, there's a Marin out there that will make you feel excited to get out and ride.
For those of you who live and work in urban areas, you're going to love these bikes. They have more capabilities than just riding. They can hold your books, your laptop, your groceries, and you can ride these Breezers at night. They also do very well on rainy days. Breezer really thought of everything when they built them.
Six questions with the Luke Beale, the engineer behind MLink
A power meter is an electronic device for your bike that measures the amount of energy it’s costing you to move the bike forwards. This is measured in watts, much like a lightbulb. A power meter uses strain gauges to measure torque and velocity, while a small onboard computer uses an algorithm to calculate how many watts you’re using to power the bike.
With an input device of either an interactive trainer, a smart trainer, or a power meter, the Zwift not only has the ability to collect and analyze your training data, it also provides you with a training avatar. With the use of a tablet or TV screen, this avatar allows you to enter in to a virtual gaming world where you can cycle and train with people from all over the globe. You can ride in groups, or by yourself. You can train or race. It puts your wants and needs with cycling in your hands, regardless of weather, riding schedules, or time of day.