The 2010 Marin Quake 7.8 incorporates a super-burly aluminum frame with a rear Maxle and a 1.5-inch headtube, the ultra-smooth RockShox Vivid 180mm-travel coil shock, or the strong Mavic rims, Marin's Quake 7.8 is a freeride workhorse ready for steep chutes, big hits, and loads of airtime. This rig's super spec is every bit as tough as you are. Up front, you get RockShox' 180mm-travel Domain fork and the rear is handled by their Vivid 4.1 for that coil-damped plushness that freeriders love. Powering all that suspension is TruVativ's stout Hussefelt cranks with an E-13 chainguide along with a slick-shifting SRAM drivetrain. And slowing this rig are Avid 4-piston Code discs with 7- and 8-inch rotors for serious stopping power. Plus, you'll dig Mavic's tough wheels wrapped in Kenda rubber. This is a pretty nice deal for this caliber of bike!