Riding a bike is fun. When Marin designed the Hawk Hill Jr, they wanted to provide young shredders with a fun full suspension bike that didn’t break the parent’s bank. Built around Marin’s Multi-Trac suspension system, the Hawk Hill Jr. is Marin’s most playful and fun youth full suspension bike to date. The bike’s light aluminum frame creates a snappy feel that is equally at home on rolling hills as it is on steep downhill single track. A child can fall in love with mountain biking over and over again with the awesome Hawk Hill Jr. The bike is perfect for any ambitious kid looking to keep up with the adults and push the boundaries of the local bike park.
The Hawk Hill Jr is an incredible bike coming in at a great price. A 120mm X-Fusion Velvet and X-Fusion O2 Pro rear shock provide a supple and smooth ride, the Deore 1x10 drivetrain provides all the gears you need to make it up the steepest climbs, and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide incredible stopping power when descending those steep chutes. The bike is rounded out with Marin Tubeless Ready wheels for less flats and incredible traction.
If you are looking for a kid’s bike that can handle everything the trail has to offer, the Marin Hawk Hill Jr. needs to be the next bike in your garage. From fast flowy single track to all day adventures and everything in between, the Hawk Hill Jr. was designed to handle it all. The Hawk Hill Jr. will allow a kid to ride further and experience mountain biking with more confidence than ever before.
International Mountain Bike Magazine - " Shrinking the Hawk Hill down to a 26 inch compatible frame, then running 24inch wheels has given them the junior version of the bike. Featuring all the best bits from the bigger bike, and making sure things are kept as light as possible, the junior looks to be perfect for up and coming rippers."
Red Kite Prayer - "Marin showed another bike that really grabbed my attention. The Hawk Hill Jr. is a 120mm-travel bike made for pint-sized shredders. The aluminum frame is built around 24-inch wheels, but in a stroke of genius that recalls bikes that can run both Plus tires/wheels and 29er sets, the Hawk Hill Jr. has clearance enough to run 26-inch wheels, which should give parents who make the investment in this bike another couple of years of use."
Bicycling Mag - "You get the same suspension and a lot of the same quality parts as on the Hawk Hill, so your little ripper can keep up with (and probably pass) you on on the trail."
Frame also compatible with 26” wheels so you can increase the wheel size as your child grows
120mm travel front and rear smooths out the trail in front of you
Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide powerful and consistent stopping power
Rock Shox and X-Fusion suspension provides a smooth suspension feel
Tubeless ready wheels give you increased traction and flat protection
Series 3 6061 Aluminum Frame, 24" wheel with clearance for 26", 120mm Travel, MultiTrac Suspension Platform, 135mm Open Dropout (Upgradeable to 142x12mm Thru-Axle)
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