Get out and enjoy your local trails on Diamondback's Lux. Its light, nimble aluminum frame delivers a fun, responsive ride and it has a super low standover height for added agility and confidence on technical sections. The SR Suntour suspension fork smooths the bumps for control, and the 27.5-inch wheels keep your momentum rolling while delivering quick handling. This off-road workhorse's components are up to the same standard with its easy-shifting 24-speed SR Suntour/Shimano drivetrain and all-conditions disc brakes. Schwalbe tires give you confident all-terrain traction and finishing touches like Diamondback's Devine saddle and grips keep you comfortable on rides of any length.
A bike they can grow with—Diamondback's Line 24 is a junior version of their do-anything hardtail. Equipped to handle the abuse of real mountain bike trails and the bumps and bruises that come from daily use around the neighborhood. It’s made from the same 6061 aluminum alloy as their full-size bikes so it’s practically indestructible. An SR Suntour fork performs like the big guys’ bikes, giving your ripper-to-be 80mm of front suspension travel. The 24-inch wheels are stiff, stable, and shod with aggressive 2.35-inch wide Kenda tires: perfect for tearing up the woods. Powerful Tektro Aries disc brakes and a wide-range SRAM 1×8-speed drivetrain are real performance features, reinforcing that the Line 24 is a legit mountain bike—only smaller.
Riding your bike into town is approximately 5,000 times more fun than sitting in traffic. That’s just scientific fact… And who can argue with science? Certainly not us. Instead, we humbly offer this evidence: the Haanjenn 1, a women’s-specific bike that puts a fun spin on commuting. The Haanjenn 1 places you in a comfortable, upright position — thanks to its Endurance Geometry, flat bars, and female-friendly touchpoints. Shifting is kept simple with a reliable Shimano 1x9 drivetrain and we added some oomph to the braking performance with Tektro Aries mechanical disc brakes. On behalf of the Haanjenn 1 we apologize to your car. There’s a good chance it’s going to start feeling sad and neglected, just collecting dust in your garage.
Commuting … the word doesn’t smack of “awesome.” But you know what is awesome? Pedaling into work with a big grin on your face while the rest of humanity marinates on the freeway in a bath of smog and frustration. Speaking of all things awesome, allow us to present the Haanjo 1, a stunner of a bike with its sleek, lightweight aluminum frame, powerful disc brakes, and comfortable flat bars. Thanks to its Endurance Geometry, the Haanjo 1 is perfectly equipped for both quick dashes into town and all-day pedal fests. What does put a damper on riding into town? Getting wet. Ditto for not being able to bring along the stuff that’s near and dear to you. Both problems are solved with the included fender and rack mounts. And we haven’t even mentioned the reliable Shimano shifting… Your morning commute is about to become truly awesome.
People say you have to spend a lot of cash to buy a full-suspension bike. Or at least a full-suspension bike that truly performs. They’re usually right. Usually. But not this time around. The Atroz proves them wrong with four inches of reliable coil-sprung rear suspension that nicely smooths out the trail. Since you’ll need to climb to the top of the mountain, the Atroz is also spec'd with a 24-speed Shimano drivetrain, and when it’s time to head back down, you’ll find the Suntour XCM suspension fork and Tektro Aries mechanical disc brakes keep you firmly in control of the descents.
Diamondback had one goal here: Create the best bike possible at the best possible price. The Century 1 is the fruit of that year-long project — a bike that removes many of the barriers that keep people from discovering how great road riding can be. The Century 1’s 7005 aluminum alloy frameset has formed tubes for durability and great power transfer without the burden of extra weight. On top of that, the bike is incredibly comfortable. The Enhanced Performance Geometry (EPG) utilizes a taller head tube, which puts you in a slightly more upright position than a traditional race bike. It’s a seemingly small tweak, but you absolutely feel a big difference towards the end of a ride, when, hey, your neck and back don’t hurt at all… That’s weird — no, wait, that’s fantastic. Diamondback equipped the Century 1 with a 2x8 drivetrain and a high-quality mix of FSA and Shimano components that have just as much staying power as the Century’s frame.
If you’re looking to dive into the world of mountain bike trail riding, the Lux 2 is a great place to start. This women’s-specific bike is built with a 6061-T6 aluminum frame that provides a perfect balance of durability and light weight. What’s more, Diamondback has equipped all of their Lux models with a low-slung top tube for extra standover clearance to make maneuvering the bike easier when you’re challenging yourself out on the trail. And when it comes to challenging yourself, the Lux 2 is up to the task, thanks to its smooth-riding SR Suntour XCM-HLO suspension fork, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and reliable, precise Shimano shifting.
For the up and coming trail rider, Diamondback makes the Sync’r 24… a completely capable 24" wheeled mountain bike with top shelf components for your little ripper. The 24 inch wheels and low slung geometry provide just the right fit and handling for the smaller rider, and the 6061 aluminum alloy construction gives you all the durability you need. With big bike components like a SRAM 1×11 drivetrain, 80mm Suntour fork, and Tektro hydraulic brakes, this bike gives young riders all they need to get to that next level.
Most of us don’t possess the kind of overflowing bank accounts required to assemble a massive quiver of bikes. Then again, if you own the Haanjo 2, you don’t actually need a quiver of bikes. Hoping to do a bit of light touring? You’ll appreciate this bike’s front and rear rack mounts. Want to commute to work? Fender mounts keep you riding into work when the clouds roll in and send less intrepid types scurrying for their minivans. The Haanjo 2 is also a fun and capable road bike in its own right — quick, snappy, and yet comfortable on all-day rides. Diamondback equipped the bike with a lightweight butted aluminum frameset, 16 gear combinations to choose from, and powerful disc brakes.
Revolutionize your riding on Diamondback's Lux Sport. Its light, nimble aluminum frame delivers a fun, responsive ride on the climbs and descents. The SR Suntour suspension fork smooths the bumps for control, and the 27.5-inch wheels keep your momentum rolling while delivering deft handling. Plus, this trail tamer's components are up to the same standard. The precision-shifting 27-speed Shimano drivetrain flattens the ups while the powerful Shimano hydraulic-disc brakes team up with knobby Schwalbe tires to let you rock the descents.
The Arden 2 pairs the cutting-edge technology of Diamondback's highest-end bikes with a competitive component mix. The end result? A bike that delivers amazing performance at an equally amazing price. The bike’s frame is made from custom formed and butted aluminum tubes that are not only stylish, but also the perfect balance of strength and lightweight performance. The Enhanced Performance Geometry places you in a riding position that is still fast and “aero,” yet upright enough to be sustained comfortably on longer rides. To take that comfort a step further, the Arden 2 is designed with a female-friendly size range and touchpoints. The finely-tuned parts package includes Tektro disc brakes for an extra measure of safety and control and an 18-speed Shimano drivetrain that provides all the gears you’ll need to meet any challenge.
The Century 2 combines cutting-edge technology with a competitive component mix to deliver a bike that’s long on performance and short on dollar signs. The heart of this bike is its custom formed and butted aluminum tubes. Those tubes aren’t simply stylish; they also provide you with the perfect balance of weight savings and strength. Next, Diamondback laid out those tubes using their Enhanced Performance Geometry as a blueprint. While traditional road bike geometry stretches the rider out in as low and long a position as possible, the Century models feature a slightly taller head tube and slightly relaxed head angle, both of which place you in a riding position that is still plenty fast and “aero,” but upright enough to be sustained on those long rides. The Century 2’s components are equally up to the task. Tektro disc brakes and an 18-speed Shimano drivetrain are absolutely uncommon at this price.
Your next bike shouldn’t limit you — it should open up a world of new possibilities. Enter the Haanjo 3, a bike that can handle any kind of road — paved or not — that calls your name. Diamondback equipped the Haanjo 3 with a butted and formed aluminum frame that delivers a great balance of comfort and durability. Their Endurance Geometry is also designed to place you in a more comfortable position that’s perfect for both long rides and rough roads. The Shimano Sora 2x9-speed drivetrain provides ample gearing for those long hauls. and the Gravel Disc alloy fork keeps the steering pinpoint precise without adding extra weight to the mix. Where can you ride the Haanjo 3? Wherever you want. There are no limits with this one.
The Lux 3 is a nimble trail bike that rockets up climbs, yet stays planted and stable through rough sections and descents. The women’s-specific frame design provides extra standover clearance and that, in turn, makes maneuvering the Lux in technical terrain absolutely effortless. Diamondback also equipped the Lux 3’s light yet strong aluminum frame with an assortment of truly dirt-worthy components. The RockShox Judy Silver TK fork provides 120mm of front suspension that increases control on the toughest of trails. When it comes to braking control, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes have few peers — which is why you’ll find them bolted to the swank Race Face Aeffect 35 handlebars. Last, but not least, Diamondback opted to ditch the front derailleur in favor of SRAM’s GX single-ring drivetrain, which provides greater simplicity and outstanding shifting precision. The Lux 3, in other words, just raised the bar.
The Arden 3 is the perfect bike for women who relish spending long days in the saddle. That means the featherweight frame is not only engineered to be precise and responsive (check out the front and rear thru-axles); but also designed to be comfortable no matter how many miles you are putting to bed. The Arden 3 shares the same women’s-specific touch points and Enhanced Performance Geometry and as Diamondback's other Arden models. That geometry is key; it creates a riding position that’s sporty and fast, yet well shy of that “classic” road biking aero tuck. Riding a bike should be exercise, not an exercise in masochism. The Arden 3 is a true performer, and the parts that hang from it bear tribute to that fact. Highlights here include a vibration-damping carbon fiber fork, precise Shimano 105 2x11 drivetrain, and powerful Tektro Spyre disc brakes.
The Century 3 is a shot across the bow of conventional design — a fast bike you can ride quickly for hours on end in complete comfort. Its Enhanced Performance Geometry incorporates a taller head tube to take the stress off your neck and back and provide a more comfortable fit. The lightweight 7005 aluminum is custom-butted and beautifully formed to deliver a balance of strength, durability, light weight, and sleek looks. Diamondback's premium aluminum model is equipped with an amazing component group for its price that includes TRP disc brakes, a 2x11 Shimano 105 drivetrain, and HED wheels.
The fastest human alive topped out at 27 miles per hour. Fastest bear? 35 miles per hour. The takeaway? Bears are fast; particularly this bear, el Oso Dos. Diamondback made this bike quick by equipping it with a light, strong double-butted aluminum frame and sleek alloy air-formed fork. They specifically designed el Oso Dos around a rigid platform to shave pounds and let the gigantic tires take care of the suspension — something they do quite well. Fast, sleek … el Oso Dos is also an out-and-out fat bike, and that means you can ride this bike up and over just about anything and under any conditions.
The classic 29er hardtail — that’s the best way to describe Diamondback's premier aluminum model. They've taken their strong and light aluminum 29er frame and increased the stiffness and handling precision by adding Boost 148 rear spacing and thru-axles front and rear. The Overdrive 29 2 is also dressed in an envy-provoking parts package that includes a plush and confidence-inspiring RockShox Reba RL fork, strong Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and a SRAM GX/NX 1x drivetrain that provides you plenty of granny gear for the ugliest of climbs, without the complexity of a traditional front derailleur system. Thanks to its 29er wheels, cleaning tricky rock sections and log-overs is a whole lot less tricky on this big wheeler, and since you can never have enough traction — particularly on a hardtail — Diamondback equipped this Overdrive with their own Blanchard 25 tubeless ready wheelset.
It’s not hard to make a good spare-no-expenses bike. The challenge is to make a great bike that people can actually afford. Challenge accepted … and met. The Arden 4 C features the same state-of-the-art carbon fiber frame and fork as Diamondback's top-tier models and a price tag that’s well below that of the competition. The Arden 4 C wears a smart and solid blend of components that include a Shimano Tiagra 2x10 drivetrain, powerful Tektro disc brakes and a lightweight HED Flanders C2+ wheelset. Most importantly, the Arden 4 C benefits from an exacting blend of high- and low-modulus carbon fiber as well as Diamondback's progressive Enhanced Performance Geometry. At the end of the day, no bike is a “good deal” if it doesn’t inspire you to get out there and ride. By that measure, the Arden 4 C is absolutely priceless.
Some people would argue that this bike couldn’t possibly exist. An affordable road bike with a cutting-edge carbon fiber frame and fork and reliable components? You’re as likely to find a bike like that as you are to bump into Bigfoot riding a unicorn. Well, the core of Diamondback's Century 4 C is the same meticulous blend of carbon fibers and slightly relaxed Enhanced Performance Geometry that makes their higher-end models ideal for anyone looking to log big miles. A smart mix of affordable and functional components are what made this model possible. Highlights here include a Shimano Tiagra 2x10 drivetrain, Tektro disc brakes and HED Flanders C2+ wheelset. High performance doesn’t have to mean high price.
The heat map seems to be saying, “you’re getting colder,” and that’s a good thing. The result of our product team’s wanderlust with a hefty pinch of “what if?” thrown in the mix, the EXP Carbon takes the Haanjo concept to its limits. The hand built carbon EXP is light and tough, sporting 2.1” wide tires on 27.5” rims, and a 3×9 drivetrain to maximize its potential as a deep woods explorer. We went with mechanical disc brakes and bar end shifters for ease of on-trail maintenance and reliability, but kept the long-distance geometry and vibration-damping road feel intact, opening up a world of bikepacking possibilities. The new Haanjo EXP Carbon is made with true adventurers in mind. Like you.
It’s not easy — creating a race-ready, lightweight bike that sacrifices nothing in performance but doesn’t break the bank in the process. But you’re looking at that very bike right now. The Overdrive 1 29 C features a stunningly lightweight carbon frame as well as a competitive mix of components that includes RockShox’s Recon Gold RL fork, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and a simple and precise SRAM NX single-ring drivetrain. Want to ditch the tubes and enjoy the maximum grip and comfort that tubeless tires bring to the party? Diamondback's own Blanchard 25 wheelset is tubeless compatible. And since this is a 29er we’re talking about, you’ll find those big Blanchard wheels maintain their speed incredibly well and roll easily over rock gardens and roots.
The Release 1 is proof positive that getting a great bike doesn’t always require that you fork over a great big pile of cash. Diamondback has taken their much-lauded Level Link suspension design and constructed a light yet tough aluminum frame that isolates chain forces from trail inputs. Or to employ less tech-geek speak, the suspension doesn’t bob when you stomp on the pedals, yet becomes extremely plush the moment your wheels start smacking roots and rocks. The entry-level Release 1 is actually anything but “entry.” It's equipped with an SR Suntour Aion suspension fork and X-Fusion 02 Pro R rear shock, Blanchard tubeless-ready wheelset, and a Shimano Deore drivetrain. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes help bring you to a stop, though stopping is probably going to be the last thing you want to do when you bring this bike up to speed.
You might be able to shoehorn yourself onto a bike that doesn’t fit or that sacrifices comfort on the altar of speed, but for how long? And more importantly, why make that compromise in the first place? Diamondback hand-built the all-carbon Arden 5 C to be the smoothest women’s bike you’ll find. Precisely engineered seat stays keep the bike’s ride supple. Front and rear thru-axles create the best possible stability and tracking. Make no mistake, the Arden 5 C is blazingly quick and remarkably comfortable, even after hours spent turning the pedals. The bike’s kit is just as impressive. A Shimano 105 2x11 drivetrain delivers accurate, drama-free shifting and hydraulic disc brakes increase your control in all conditions. A HED Flanders C2+ wheelset rolls quick and true, year after year. Ride farther, ride faster… ride without compromising a thing.
Not so long ago, fast bikes came in one flavor: painful. As in, painful to ride for anything longer than an hour at a time. Super-steep head angles, sprawling top tubes, and a spine-rattling ride quality were the norm. Those traits might be fine for a rare few, but for the rest of us? We’re not all sadists. Well, the Century is an entirely different flavor of fast — the kind that’s actually enjoyable. Diamondback carefully blended high- and low-modulus carbon fiber and obsessed over the lay-up of those carbon plies to create a bike that is still light and blazingly quick, but also impressively smooth in the saddle. The Century 5C is well-appointed on the component side of the equation as well. Shimano’s 105 2x11 drivetrain delivers crisp shifts and their hydraulic disc brakes have a well-earned reputation for power and reliability. Fast doesn’t have to mean “painful.” With the Century 5C, fast is simply, well, fast.
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