Mountain bikes are meant to handle harsh and rugged treatment. The Sync’r Carbon is entirely game for that. It’s the most bomber yet of Diamondback’s progressive hardtail mountain bikes. Whether you are ripping laps at your local bike park, cruising down some trails, or just exploring via two wheels, the Sync’r Carbon is the bike for you.
This light, efficient hardtail boasts insanely aggressive trail geometry, which means you will have a blast ripping on not only backcountry trails, but also on jumps and bike parks. With its all-new carbon frame design, the Sync’r Carbon features a tapered headtube and Boost Hub Rear Spacing for increased stiffness.
What’s makes this hardtail mountain bike different is that it has 140mm travel Fox 34 Float Performance fork, allowing the biker to handle aggressive riding and big moves to fulfill your downhill dreams. Being a carbon hardtail and weighing 29lbs, The Sync’r Carbon climbs uphill like a rocket and gets you to the top at record speed. To say the least: climbing on this bike is an absolute blast due to its efficient incline abilities.
Thanks to the SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain, your legs will stay fresh on the climbs, letting you have the energy to keep pushing uphill and leave your buddies in hardtail dust. With all that saved power on the climb, you are able to shred as hard as you want all the way down.
Burly 27.5” x 2.8” tires roll on tubeless-compatible Blanchard wheels, providing a cushion feel while smashing down rowdy terrain. You also have the option to run 29-inch wheels so that you can do long days in the saddle, or set it up for a race. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes keep you on your line, so you don’t have to second guess you far you can send the ride.
This bike is a shining star on smooth, fast, alpine, single-track, jumps, berms, and rollers. On top of all that, this hardtail has the geometry to handle the rougher and rockier trails as well. If you're looking for a hardtail to rule them all, Diamondback's Sync'r Carbon is precisely what you've always wanted.
Weight ~ 29lbs.