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The Coach Lifestyle

Exceed expectations of everyday life. Live the life you’ve always imagined. Whether you’re looking to be the MVP of your tailgating circle, raise the bar with your favorite avocation or embark on an adventure unlike any other, join other Marathon coach owners who have embraced exceeding expectations of everyday life.

MARATHON MONDAYS WITH MAL

Marathon Coach takes organization and quality to a new level when it comes to building coaches.  It’s a busy and productive day at the Marathon Mothership as employees install and test the wiring for coach #1370. #1370 is a triple-slide, bunk coach with a super bath in the back. The cabinets for this coach have been assembled in cabinetry and will soon be inspected for quality so they can move on to the lamination department. Mal talks you through the …

RANDY, DAWN AND A MARATHON COACH

Randy and Dawn are in Oregon at the Mothership to show off a coach 1362, a custom H3-45 that has recently been finished. A beautiful black and white interior with zebra print elements, this coach boasts a large galley and lots of storage. Bunk beds can be closed off with a sliding pocket door for a clean hallway, and the bedroom is stunning. Walking through this amazing coach is truly a treat, and the exterior is just as beautiful. A Connect …

MARATHON EXCLUSIVE WITH KASEY HESS

As the Head of Timing and Scoring for the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series, Eloy Gutierrez averages 35,000 miles per year in his Marathon coach. Join Marathon’s Director of Motorsports Kasey Hess as he chats with Eloy, a Marathon coach owner that lives in his luxury motorhome for most of the year in his capacity with the Sprint Car racing circuit. Learn about Eloy’s life and work on the road, as he criss-crosses the United States in Marathon Coach …

HOBBIES AND ADVENTURE

Marathon coach owner Kurt Busch was named the winner of the National Motorsports Press Association Pocono Spirit Award for 2022. Established in 1992, this award recognizes those who have overcome illness and adversity to return to racing, and also honors their achievements and sportsmanship. Busch suffered a season ending injury at Pocono Raceway in July, but he did not let this stop him from being there for his team or his “Window of Hope” program, which brings awareness to breast …

BEHIND THE SCENES

Marathon Coach #1366 — dubbed the American Flag Coach — is the epitome of Marathon’s artistic talent. It’s an example of what happens when an ambitious owner puts his vision into the hands of Marathon’s designers, painters and engineers. Graphic Artist Sara Fideler was presented a challenge with this coach: to emulate the owner’s custom motorcycle. From the hand painted eagles to the waving flags that grace the sides of the coach, Marathon’s paint department flawlessly executed Sara’s design. For …