The all new Marin Alpine Trail E takes all the greatness of our longest travel, most aggressive enduro platform to make our most capable eMTB to date. With the same critically acclaimed aluminum 150mm MultiTrac chassis and progressive geometry as the conventional Alpine Trail models, but with a 250W Shimano STEPS boost to take you further, faster, and into bigger adventures than ever before.


Detail image of Shimano STEPs battery on Alpine Trail E mountain bike


Alpine Trail E models are built upon our Series 4 aluminum frames, with detailed forgings, highly manipulated tubes, and full internal cable routing, giving the rider the highest-end alloy frame that Marin offers, compatible with modern coil or air shocks.

Detail shot of Alpine Trail E2 rear shock


The Alpine Trail E features the same great, proven MultiTrac suspension technology, but optimized for the Shimano STEPS system. With this combination there is no need for platform or lockout levers, just get on and blast up the hills.

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29” front and 27.5”+ rear wheel sizes are the ideal combination for the Alpine Trail E, with larger front wheel easily rolling over most any trail obstacle and offering the best cornering traction, while the burly 27.5” x 2.8” rear setup adds playfulness and enhances acceleration and braking traction.

Detail image of dropper post on Alpine Trail E


The modern day trail rider needs their saddle out of the way at times, while low-slung frames require longer length posts. On the Alpine Trail E, seat tube lengths have been minimized, along with minimum insertion depths, so that riders of all sizes can get the proper extension needed.


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