Are you new to the mountain biking scene and looking for a trusty steed that won't break the bank but is just as reliable as the higher end models? Maybe you're not new to the scene, but are looking for an relatively inexpensive bike yourself.
Here's your guide to 6 awesome Diamondback mountain bikes that won't disappointyou while you're sending it down the trail or disappoint your financial advisor.
The Diamondback Hook is the one bike you'd have if you could only have just one. This bike is capable of just about anything you have the nerve for. The Hook is long in the front, short in the back, low and maneuverable.
The most impressive thing about the Hook? The price. Get 'Hooked' here.
The Diamondback Atroz 2 utilizes sealed cartridge bearings in an understated single-pivot design. This full suspension bike delivers smooth, durable performance. The Atroz 2 ups the ante with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, Suntour air-sprung rear suspension and an easy-to-operate single-ring drivetrain — features you usually find on bikes with a whole lot more dollar signs on their price tag.
Ready to go full send on the Atroz 2? Get it here.
The Diamondback Line is an all-around hardtail equipped with a lightweight frame that is still a bomber. Stable under pressure yet playful when you're ready to hit that next jump, the Line is ready for it all.
Climbs, descents, berms, a bit of jumping: the Line upholds the do-it-all hardtail tradition …without being traditional at all. Get it here.
Are you ready to see what the big deal is about those 27.5 plus bikes? Bigger tires aren't exactly revolutionary, but think of it this way... Plus-size tires add insane levels of traction and control to trail bikes without adding weight and slowing you down. The Diamondback Mason 1 can plow through just about anything while remaining fun and quick.
Ready to get the job done while keeping things simple and durable? Get the Mason 1 here.
Steel is real, my friend! If you had one bike that could survive a theoretical plague of the undead, it’d be the Diamondback el Oso Uno. Oddly enough, you’d be riding through said apocalypse with a great big smile on your face, because in addition to being bulletproof and capable of carrying you and your gear over any kind of terrain (check out the rack mounts), this bike is just plain fun to ride.
Aboard el Oso Uno, you can survive anything the trail throws your way — be it rock, sand, snow or the occasional zombie horde. Ready to jump on this steel bear? Get it here.
Ok now laddddies. I won't leave you hanging! The Diamondback Lux Comp provides quality features for women looking to get into mountain biking - and for those who already are. The women’s-specific frame provides a little extra standover clearance, making it easy to challenge yourself on new trails. The 27.5-inch wheels paired with Schwalbe Rapid Rob tires roll well over obstacles and deliver great traction, letting you chase after your friends. Thoughtful women’s-specific touchpoints – including a Devine Edition women’s saddle, DB Laser 720mm handlebar, and narrower grips – add to a great package to get you shredding.
Have I convinced you to get behind the bars of this female specific aggressive hardtail? Get it here.
Were you able to find a bike that fits the bill (no pun intended)? Which is your favorite from the list?
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