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Diamondback
$2,800.00 $1,899.99 at Backcountry.com

In recent years, the 29er's popularity has led builders to continually refine the geometry in search of ways to maximize its poten...tial as an all-mountain bike. And while there's an pervasive logic that tells us that the larger wheel size limits extreme modifications, Diamondback has made a few notable changes to its 29er hardtail that's resulted in a slack and slung frame design. Its Mason Pro Complete Mountain Bike is now capable of more aggressive riding on the downhills, without punishing you on the climbs. The newly redesigned Mason Pro features a 6061-T6 Weapon's Grade aluminum frame with a hydroformed top tube and a butted down tube. And if your aluminum tech jargon is a little rusty, hydroforming is a process of shaping aluminum that allows lighter, stronger, and more rigid tubing to be formed. During this process, high pressure hydraulic fluid is used to press room-temperature working material, in this case, aluminum, into a die. Using this method, complex shapes, that would otherwise be difficult with standard solid die stamping, are enabled. Hydroformed tubing has a higher stiffness-to-weight ratio, which in turn, means a lighter, stronger bike frame. The butted down tube adds additional strength as the butting process removes excess material from joints which, contrary to logic, decreases stress. And because of the long 140mm travel of the fork, the top tube was designed to be low for greater clearance. A tapered head tube, direct-mount front derailleur, seatstay bridge, and a stiff 12x142mm vertical dropout were also included. To enhance the slack feel of the Mason, the FOX 34 FLOAT 29 CTD air fork with 140mm of travel was used. Add to this a 433mm long chainstay, and you'll see why you feel tight to the ground on the Mason. In fact, you'll also find that the bike is highly maneuverable in downhill and aired out sections. The head angle is 66. 5 degrees, which makes it easier to get the front end of the bike up and over obstacles that traditional... Read More

Diamondback
$1,000.00 at Backcountry.com

In an industry riddled with innovative technology that occasionally gets so innovative that it starts to feel like something less ...than an improvement, bikes like Diamondback's Atroz 27. 5-Inch Complete Mountain Bike bring a welcome sense of time-tested moderation to the trail. Its frame is made from 6061-T6 aluminum, a material that we've been happily abusing for decades now, so you know that it's up for whatever rock garden or berm-burning shenanigans you are. The Atroz also features a SRAM drivetrain and four-inches of RockShox rear travel. Both names are synonymous with reliable dirt riding, and both are used to great effect when mated to the lightweight, stiff Atroz frame. The 27. 5-inch wheels are also studies in moderation, striking a balance between the agility of 26ers and the brute force of 29ers. Combined with a standard single-pivot rear suspension design, the big-but-not-too-big wheels and RockShox hardware infuse the Atroz's ride with cross-country speed, a stiff climbing platform, and enough confidence to blow doors off coming back down. Read More

Diamondback
$180.00 at Backcountry.com

Diamondback Bicycles 2014 Tess Junior Girl's Mountain Bike, Pink - 20'' Tess 20 Hi-Ten MTB frame for rugged durability 20 wheel, k...id's mountain bike Trail XC 30mm travel front fork to smooth out bumps along the way20 wheel, kid's mountain bike 20 alloy wheels to keep up with mom and dad on the paved paths20 wheel, kid's mountain bike 6 speeds to choose from via easy operational twist shifters20 wheel, kid's mountain bike20 wheel, kid's mountain bike Get your little girl excited for some outdoor riding adventures with mom and dad by getting her a new Tess 20 youth mountain bike. With 20 wheels, 6 speeds, alloy frame, suspension fork and alloy rims he will have the perfect reason to be outside. The Tess 20 comes in 1 size and is Purple in color which is sure to get your little one motivated for a ride.20 wheel, kid's mountain bike Spec Subject to Change. Read More

Diamondback
$1,899.99 at CompetitiveCyclist

Through the use of hydroformed aluminum and astute, calculated geometry, Diamondback could already consider its rightful place rec...laimed. However, not one to rest on its laurels, Diamondback sought to improve upon its XC platform by sprinkling some carbon fiber into the mix. In fact, it pulled heavy influence from its lauded Podium road series for this mission. As a result, the Overdrive Carbon Complete Mountain Bike was born. It's not just ready for all-mountain, it's race ready. Using the same geometry as the aluminum Overdrive, Diamondback constructed this frame using its Advanced Monocoque Molding Process (AMMP). The monocoque process means that carbon plies are hand wrapped around a polystyrene pre-formed core. This core is designed using a plastic bladder in the shape of the tubing segment. And to ensure that the mold is precise during the layup process, the emerging product is surrounded with a plastic cavity. Silicone mandrel shells are then used to reinforce critical joints such as the head tube and bottom bracket, as they create smoother overlapping carbon fibers at these junctures. The final product is a one-piece frame, not a series of tubes that are joined in a separate process. As a result, the frame provides a stiff, responsive, and agile ride quality, which is further enhanced through the incorporation of a 12x142mm thru-axle compatibility. And furthering this concept, Diamondback also included post-mount disc tabs and a tapered head tube. The latter increases torsional stiffness, which creates precise steering and maneuverability. The geometry of the Overdrive Carbon was perfected for cross country racing. The sloping top tube provides optimal stand-over clearance. Meanwhile, a 71 degree head angle, combined with a 73 degree seat tube angle, provides a very aggressive geometry that's geared towards hard power transfers. This has been furthered by the short 440mm chainstays, which also equate to a snappy handling across everything that the trail... Read More

Diamondback
$1,899.99 at CompetitiveCyclist

In recent years, the 29er's popularity has led builders to continually refine the geometry in search of ways to maximize its poten...tial as an all-mountain bike. And while there's an pervasive logic that tells us that the larger wheel size limits extreme modifications, Diamondback has made a few notable changes to its 29er hardtail that's resulted in a slack and slung frame design. Its Mason Pro Complete Mountain Bike is now capable of more aggressive riding on the downhills, without punishing you on the climbs. The newly redesigned Mason Pro features a 6061-T6 Weapon's Grade aluminum frame with a hydroformed top tube and a butted down tube. And if your aluminum tech jargon is a little rusty, hydroforming is a process of shaping aluminum that allows lighter, stronger, and more rigid tubing to be formed. During this process, high pressure hydraulic fluid is used to press room-temperature working material, in this case, aluminum, into a die. Using this method, complex shapes, that would otherwise be difficult with standard solid die stamping, are enabled. Hydroformed tubing has a higher stiffness-to-weight ratio, which in turn, means a lighter, stronger bike frame. The butted down tube adds additional strength as the butting process removes excess material from joints which, contrary to logic, decreases stress. And because of the long 140mm travel of the fork, the top tube was designed to be low for greater clearance. A tapered head tube, direct-mount front derailleur, seatstay bridge, and a stiff 12x142mm vertical dropout were also included. To enhance the slack feel of the Mason, the FOX 34 FLOAT 29 CTD air fork with 140mm of travel was used. Add to this a 433mm long chainstay, and you'll see why you feel tight to the ground on the Mason. In fact, you'll also find that the bike is highly maneuverable in downhill and aired out sections. The head angle is 66. 5 degrees, which makes it easier to get the front end of the bike up and over obstacles that traditional... Read More

Diamondback
$1,899.99 at CompetitiveCyclist

Through the use of hydroformed aluminum and astute, calculated geometry, Diamondback could already consider its rightful place rec...laimed. However, not one to rest on its laurels, Diamondback sought to improve upon its XC platform by sprinkling some carbon fiber into the mix. In fact, it pulled heavy influence from its lauded Podium road series for this mission. As a result, the Overdrive Carbon Complete Mountain Bike was born. It's not just ready for all-mountain, it's race ready. Using the same geometry as the aluminum Overdrive, Diamondback constructed this frame using its Advanced Monocoque Molding Process (AMMP). The monocoque process means that carbon plies are hand wrapped around a polystyrene pre-formed core. This core is designed using a plastic bladder in the shape of the tubing segment. And to ensure that the mold is precise during the layup process, the emerging product is surrounded with a plastic cavity. Silicone mandrel shells are then used to reinforce critical joints such as the head tube and bottom bracket, as they create smoother overlapping carbon fibers at these junctures. The final product is a one-piece frame, not a series of tubes that are joined in a separate process. As a result, the frame provides a stiff, responsive, and agile ride quality, which is further enhanced through the incorporation of a 12x142mm thru-axle compatibility. And furthering this concept, Diamondback also included post-mount disc tabs and a tapered head tube. The latter increases torsional stiffness, which creates precise steering and maneuverability. The geometry of the Overdrive Carbon was perfected for cross country racing. The sloping top tube provides optimal stand-over clearance. Meanwhile, a 71 degree head angle, combined with a 73 degree seat tube angle, provides a very aggressive geometry that's geared towards hard power transfers. This has been furthered by the short 440mm chainstays, which also equate to a snappy handling across everything that the trail... Read More

Diamondback
$289.99 at Sports Authority

Diamondback Bicycles 2014 Lustre Girl's Mountain Bike, Green - 20'' Lustre 20 Aluminum frame that is both lightweight and durable ...20 wheel, kid's mountain bike Trail XC 30mm travel front fork to smooth out bumps along the way20 wheel, kid's mountain bike 20 alloy wheels to keep up with mom and dad on the paths20 wheel, kid's mountain bike 6 speeds to choose from via easy operational twist shifters20 wheel, kid's mountain bike20 wheel, kid's mountain bike Get your little girl excited for some outdoor riding adventures with mom and dad by getting her a new Lustre 20 mountain bike. With 20 wheels, 6 speeds, alloy frame, suspension fork and alloy rims she will have the perfect reason to be outside. The Lustre 20 comes in 1 size and pink in color which is sure to get your little one motivated for a ride.20 wheel, kid's mountain bike Spec Subject to Change. Read More

Diamondback
$799.99 $699.99 at Sports Authority

Free In-Store Bike Assembly when purchased online or in-store. Click link below for details. Get ready to dominate rocky trails an...d forested pathways with the Diamondback Adult Recoil 29'er Mountain Bike. The 6061 T-6 aluminum alloy frame provides durability for all terrain. Full suspension features absorb jagged terrain giving you a smooth ride. The disc brakes provide the control you need for racing downhill or sharp bends. Read More

Diamondback
$349.99 $299.99 at Sports Authority

HOLIDAY SPOILER ALERT: Because this item normally ships in its original packaging, it may be visible upon delivery. We apologize f...or any inconvenience this may cause. Read More

Diamondback
$9.99 at Sports Authority

These DIAMONDBACK DB47 mountain bike grips ensure you keep a good handle on the bars when tackling intense terrain. Made of extrem...ely soft durometer Kraton rubber, the grips feature a file pattern for a superior stickiness and come with For Life Bro bar end plugs to keep them in place. Get your new DIAMONDBACK grips today from Sports Authority. Size: NO SIZE. Color: NO COLOR. Features Pair of mountain bike grips Extremely soft durometer Kraton rubber DIAMONDBACK's signature grip with file pattern For Life Bro text on bar end plugs Read More

Diamondback
$249.99 at Sports Authority

HOLIDAY SPOILER ALERT: Because this item normally ships in its original packaging, it may be visible upon delivery. We apologize f...or any inconvenience this may cause. Read More

Diamondback
$349.99 $299.99 at Sports Authority

HOLIDAY SPOILER ALERT: Because this item normally ships in its original packaging, it may be visible upon delivery. We apologize f...or any inconvenience this may cause. Read More

Diamondback
$699.99 $599.99 at Sports Authority

If you're into assembling a multi-bike quiver, then you've no doubt considered the implications of having more money invested in t...he bikes in your garage than you have invested in the garage itself. Diamondback's Axis 27. 5in Complete Mountain Bike combines an aluminum frame with a drivetrain blend featuring Shimano components to scratch your itch for XC speed while saving scratch to feed your full-suspension enduro addiction. The hand built 6061-T6 aluminum frame is a durable, time-tested take on classic XC geometry, leading with a 70-degree head that takes advantage of the sub-17-inch chainstays for sharp handling and darting accelerations. The frame's 27. 5-inch wheels also strike a balance between bullish but unwieldy 29er wheels and the nimble but less aggressive 26-inch standard to enjoy virtually all of the benefits and none of the drawbacks of either. The Axis is finished with 100mm of front travel to bail you out when your enduro tendencies begin to push the limits of what your hardtail XC bike can handle. Read More

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