Marin Muirwoods RC

  • The Marin Muirwoods RC is a do-anything bike equal parts sporty, stylish, and comfortable. It features:

    • Chromoly steel frame and fork w/ lifetime warranty
    • Shimano hydraulic disc brakes
    • Nexus 8 speed internally geared hub for smooth, maintenance-free shifting
    • WTB Horizon 650b x 47c tires for fast-rolling cushion & the ability to ride on gravel

    Pair it with our Swift system and turn the city into your playground!

    • NOTE: The price reflects a $99 labor & capacity charge. This charge has been added to the MSRP of the bike to reflect the high freight costs and low availability associated with bicycles in this time, and to also acknowledge the value of a fully built bicycle (vs a bicycle purchased online and sold in a box). As always, complete bikes purchased from us are sold fully assembled (typically a $105 service) and receive a free 90-day "Basic Tune Up" (a $75 value). You can avoid this charge, and all installation fees, by purchasing this bike with one of our electric assist systems pre-installed.


    Series 2 Double Butted CrMo w/Marin Slider Dropouts, 650B Wheels, Flat Mount Disc Brake, Fender and Rack Mounts, Rear Kickstand Mount

    CrMo, Fender and Rack Eyelets, IS Disc Mount
    Marin Aluminum Double Wall, 27mm Inner, Disc Specific
    Shimano Nexus 8-Speed Internally Geared Hub, Centerlock Disc, 32H
    Forged Aluminum Alloy, Centerlock Disc, 32H
    WTB Horizon, 650Bx47, Wire Bead
    MicroShift 8-Speed Thumb Shifter
    Forged Aluminum, Alloy Ring Guard, 42T
    Sealed Cartridge Bearings, Square Taper
    KMC Z410RB w/ Anti-Corrosion Coating
    Shimano BR-M201 Hydraulic Disc, 160mm Rotor
    Marin Alloy Swept-Back City Bar, 31.8mm Clamp
    Custom Extruded Aluminum Alloy w/ Stainless Hardware
  • Simply choose the options you'd like and order! You can pick up at our Seattle flagship store, or have the bike shipped to you. Please allow up to 2 weeks for shipment if you've chosen to add the Swift electric assist (highly recommended!).

    The front hub motor works to assist your pedal power. The motor supplies power as soon as you start to pedal, and the amount of power it provides is based on the level that you select on the display. When you stop pedaling, the motor shuts off. You can also purchase a handlebar mounted throttle to engage the motor if you'd like to cruise around without pedaling.

    The Swift system assists to 20mph, or can be unlimited to 24 mph (class 3 e-bike).

    The battery life varies based on numerous factors (the power level used, the rider’s weight, the amount of pedal assistance, cargo, terrain, wind, etc). Even a cargo-bike rider using full power can expect at least 15 miles to a charge, and you get over 60 miles on a standard bike using lower power settings and pedaling normally. Most folks report a battery range between 15 and 40 miles.

    The total system weighs 13.6 lbs, but it replaces your rear wheel, which weighs 2-3 lbs. So it will add 11-12 lbs to your bike, but the power it gives you will offset its weight 20 times over!

    We suggest having this system professionally installed. The cost for this is $99, and generally $99 at most local bike shops comfortable with electric assist installation. If you'd like to install it yourself, please contact us for instructions.

    The entire system comes with a 2-year manufacturer's warranty. Essentially, that means that any damage not caused by an accident or misuse is covered. See the full warranty here.

    It really comes down to how well you, the battery’s owner, care for it. With that said, you can expect a full 400 cycles with the standard charger before the battery life drops to 80% of its original capacity. But with the variable charger, you can extend that number to 1,000 cycles or more. Find out how here. We warranty the battery for 2 years with some stipulations (see warranty section for more information).

    From completely flat, the standard battery takes 6 hours to charge, and the extended battery takes 8 hours to charge. Want faster charging speeds? Check out the variable charger!

    Nope. But don’t leave it plugged in for too long (24 hours or more). It keeps the cells from dropping down to their resting voltage and prematurely ages the pack.

    No! Actually, it's best to not completely discharge the battery. We suggest you simply recharge the battery overnight after riding, regardless of whether it's completely dead or not.

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