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Stinson E ST

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  • Original price : $1,599.00
  • Sale: Price: $1279.00*
  • Wheel Size : 27.5"
  • Frame: Aluminum
  • Size Range: S, M, L
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Our renowned Stinson comfort bike, now with a boost. The Stinson E takes all the beloved features of the standard model, but delivered with a smooth and powerful 250W rear hub motor to transform the fun and stylish bike into an amazing experience for everything from bike path cruising to daily commuting.

The ST model features a step-thru frame for an even easier riding experience.


  • Frame

    Series 1 Comfort, eBike Specific, 6061 Aluminum, 27.5” Wheels, Disc Specific, Low-Step Design, Comfort Control Geometry, Kickstand Mount, Fender and Rack Mounts

  • Fork

    CrMo Steel, Straight Blade, Disc Specific, Fender and Rack Eyelets

  • Rims

    Marin Aluminum Double Wall, Disc Specific

  • Hub, Rear

    250 Watt Hub Motor, 36H

  • Hub, Front

    Forged Aluminum Alloy, 32H

  • Spoke, Nipples

    14g Stainless Steel

  • Tires

    Vee Tire Co. Speedster, 27.5”x2.35”, Puncture Protection

  • Derailleur, Rear

    Shimano Tourney, 7-Speed

  • Derailleur, Front


  • Shift Lever

    Shimano Altus 7-Speed RapidFire

  • Crankset

    Alloy Crank, Steel 38T Chainring, Ring Guard

  • Bottom Bracket

    Integrated Torque Sensing, Sealed Cartridge Bearings, Square Taper

  • Chain

    KMC Z8

  • Cassette

    Shimano 7-Speed Freewheel, 14-34T

  • Brake, Front

    Power CX7 Mechanical Disc, Shimano Pad Compatible, 160mm Rotor

  • Brake, Rear

    Power CX7 Mechanical Disc, Shimano Pad Compatible, 160mm Rotor

  • Brake Levers

    Alloy, Long Pull

  • Handlebar

    Marin Alloy, 25mm Rise, 18˚ Backsweep

  • Stem

    Marin Alloy

  • Grips

    Marin County

  • Headset

    FSA, TH No.10P

  • Seatpost

    Marin Alloy, 30.9mm

  • Saddle

    Marin Comfort

  • Pedals

    Marin Comfort Platform

  • Battery

    309Wh, 36V, Rear Carrier Mounted

  • Controller

    Handlebar Mount Switch & LCD Display

  • Carrier

    Marin Stinson E Custom Alloy w/ Pannier Mounts and Top Deck

  • Kickstand

    Alloy Center-Mount

Specifications, pricing, and availability are subject to change without notice.


Stinson E ST geometry diagram
Stack 628.2 646.9 665.5
Reach 340 355 370
Headtube Angle 68.5° 68.5° 68.5°
Headtube Length 210 230 250
Seattube Angle 67° 67° 67°
Seattube Length 382 406 444
Toptube Effective 606.7 629.6 652.5
BB Height 276.5 276.5 276.5
BB Drop 68 68 68
Chainstay 490 490 490
Wheelbase 1089 1111 1134
Standover Height 510.57 510.57 510.57
Fork Offset 40 40 40
Seatpost Diameter 30.9 30.9 30.9
Handlebar Width 700 700 700
Stem Length 45 45 45
Crank Length 170 170 175

All lengths in millimeters


Profile of Stinson E frame


The Stinson E features a Series 1 6061 aluminum frame with exceptionally low standover, disc brake mounts, and rack and fender eyelets and high-volume 27.5” wheels. Stinson ST models further lower the standover height with a step-through frame design.

3/4 view of Stinson E rear hub motor


The Stinson E’s rear hub motor puts the power into the rear wheel, transforming your fun and stylish bike into an amazing experience for everything from bike path cruising to daily commuting.

Profile of Stinson E with battery attached on rear rack


Enough battery to tackle a couple hours in the saddle, and still light and easy to carry with you to charge.

Stinson E LCD display.


The LCD display on the handlebars has on/off and mode change buttons, and clearly displays your current speed and range of the battery for easy reference. Bluetooth connectivity allows connection to the rider app, as well as effortless firmware updates.

Profile of Stinson E ST rear with motor hub


The Stinson E’s power is proportional to your pedaling input. As you pedal the bike it senses your power input and delivers the right amount of power in response. Want a fast and zippy ride, or tackle a big hill? Put it in level 3 and put some power down. Want to cruise? Put it in level 1 and spin away.