Marin’s 2020 all-road and gravel range explained

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<p>The Californian brand’s 2020 lineup of drop bar bikes has something for everyone, and it talked us through the range out in the glorious West Coast sunshine.</p>
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<p>The alloy Lombard is perfect for long-distance commutes that combine urban and off-road riding, and has a totally new frame with geometry that’s claimed to be fast and stable.</p>
<p>The Gestalt (<a href="">we recently reviewed the Gestalt X11 here</a>) takes inspiration from mountain bikes and can be specced with a dropper seatpost, making it a true go-anywhere rig.</p>
<p>Finally, the Four Corners is built for long-distance comfort and maximum cargo configurability, making it a great partner for those wanting to go on an adventure.</p>
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