Marin El Roy Series
What size are the wheels?
The El Roy comes with 29" wheels.
How much travel do the forks have?
The El Roy has 140mm of front travel.
What riding style is this geometry intended for?
The El Roy has the ultimate agressive hardcore hardtail geometry (slack head angle with a steep seatube angle) perfect for getting you to the top whilst really coming alive on the decents.
Are the wheels tubeless ready?
The El Roy comes with tubeless ready rims, all you need to do is buy tubeless valves, tape and sealant and you're ready to set up your rims for tubeless.
Are the tyres tubeless ready?
The El Roy comes with tubeless ready tyres, all you need to do is buy tubeless valves, tape and sealant and you're ready to set up your rims for tubeless.
Are tubeless valves and tape provided with the bike?
No, valves and tape are not provided.
What groupset is this bike equipped with?
The El Roy comes with a 1x12 drivetrain featuring Shimano Deore components and 4 piston brakes and a KMC chain.
What brakes is this bike equipped with?
The El Roy comes with Shimano MT420 hydraulic 4 piston disc brakes with a 203mm front rotor and 180mm rear rotor.
Does this bike come in any other colours?
The El Roy comes in Black / Red only.
Does this bike come with any other specs?
No, The El Roy comes in the spec which we advertise as (complete built or frame only option). IMPORTANT: Sometimes factory will change the spec of the bike to something of similar or better quality, usually without any notice, this is to ensure customers are riding bikes instead of waiting for the correctly spec’d component to become available.
How wide are the handlebars?
The El Roy comes with the Marin Mini-Riser 6061 double butted Alu 780mm wide handlebar.
What's the stem length?
The El Roy comes with a Marin 3D forged Alloy 35mm length stem.
Does this bike come equipped with a dropper post and what's the travel?
Yes, the El Roy comes with an X Fusion Manic Dropper post. Regular has a 150mm travel post whilst the Grande is 170mm.
Can I install a dropper post on this bike?
Yes, internally routed dropper posts can be installed on the El Roy.
Does the frame have internal or external cable routing?
The El Roy has external routing for the rear brake and derailleur whilst internal routing for the dropper post.
What's the bikes' frame material?
The El Roy is made from Series 3 Double Butted and formed CroMo tubing.
What's the bikes' wheels’ material and how wide are the rims?
The El Roy comes with 29" Double-Wall Alloy 29mm internal width rims.
Does this bike come with boost hub spacing?
The El Roy comes with boost hub spacing front and rear. It is 15 x 110 wide front and 12 x 148mm rear.
Can I take this bike on downhill trails?
Yes, The El Roy is designed for aggressive all mountain, enduro and rugged / rough trails.
Can I take this bike to the bike park?
Yes, The El Roy is designed for all mountain, enduro and rugged trail riding and jump lines.
What size rotors does this bike come equipped with?
The El Roy comes with a 203mm front rotor and 180mm rear.
What tyres does this bike come equipped with and what size?
The El Roy comes with Maxxis Assegai 29 x 2.5" Maxx Grip Double Down tyres front and rear.
Does this bike come with pedals?
No, the El Roy does not come with pedals.
Does this bike come with a kickstand?
No, the El Roy does not come with a kickstand.
Can I fit a bottle cage in this frame?
Yes, the El Roy can fit 1 water bottle on the down tube and also store trail side emergency tools under the top tube.
How do I set the suspension for my height and weight?
We suggest you set up your suspension in accordance with the fork manufacturer tuning guides for each individual, personal preference also needs to be considered as everyone likes their suspension slightly different from person to person.
Is a shock pump provided with this bike?
A shock pump is not included with any of our bikes. You do need a shock pump to set the fork suspension up.
What tyre pressure should I run?
Tyre pressures are subjective to each individual rider, we suggest you find a suitable tyre pressure best suited to the terrain you commonly ride. The recommended pressure range is printed on the side wall of the bicycle tyres.
What riding category is this bike intended for?
The El Roy, in accordance with Polygon’s classification, belongs to bike class 5. You can read more about the various classifications here.