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Haanjo Road Bike

Diamondback Haanjo Road Bike. Alternative road, or ?Gravel Bikes? as they are commonly called, are very close in comparison to many cyclosross bikes. Meant for long distance gravel or unpaved road races or even commuting. Cycling Gear, Cycling Accessories, Cycling Products, Cycling Equipment

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Insight 24 Jr. Road bike Bike

Diamondback Insight 24 Jr. Road bike Bike. Youth performance hybrid bikes blend the efficiencies of mountain and road bikes in a youthfully sized package for pavement riding with friends and family. Cycling Gear, Cycling Accessories, Cycling Products, Cycling Equipment

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Haanjo Road Bike

Diamondback Haanjo Road Bike. Alternative road, or ?Gravel Bikes? as they are commonly called, are very close in comparison to many cyclosross bikes. Meant for long distance gravel or unpaved road races or even commuting. Cycling Gear, Cycling Accessories, Cycling Products, Cycling Equipment

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Haanjo Road Bike Blue

Diamondback Haanjo Road Bike Blue. Alternative road, or ?Gravel Bikes? as they are commonly called, are very close in comparison to many cyclosross bikes. Meant for long distance gravel or unpaved road races or even commuting. Cycling Gear, Cycling Accessories, Cycling Products, Cycling Equipment

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Clarity 24 Girls Jr.Road Bike

Diamondback Clarity 24 Girls Jr.Road Bike. Diamondbacks youth mountain 24 category is made for the aspiring mountain biker. A suspension fork, aluminum frame, 24 wheels and multiple gears take your preteens riding to the next level. Cycling Gear, Cycling Accessories, Cycling Products, Cycling Equipment

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Century Disc Road Bike

Diamondback Century Disc Road Bike. The Endurance Road category features our Podium Aluminum series and is the right fit for Endurance/Performance riders, cause/event riders or the weekend warrior. Cycling Gear, Cycling Accessories, Cycling Products, Cycling Equipment

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Century Disc Road Bike

Diamondback Century Disc Road Bike. The Endurance Road category features our Podium Aluminum series and is the right fit for Endurance/Performance riders, cause/event riders or the weekend warrior. Cycling Gear, Cycling Accessories, Cycling Products, Cycling Equipment

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Century 4 Carbon Shimano Ultegra/105 Complete Road Bike - 2014 Blue, 56cm

To understand a little about the pedigree of Diamondback bicycles, knowing the name Centurion Bicycles is paramount. Formed in 1969, Centurion began importing bikes into the United States. Over a twenty-year span, it evolved into Centurion/Diamondback and then simply Diamondback. In 1999, Raleigh Bicycles, a prominent brand with a 100-plus year history beginning in Nottingham, England in 1886, bought Diamondback, lending its road design expertise to the brand. Today, the two stand as separate entities under one owner, but they both call the Pacific Northwest their home. Well-known for its prowess in mountain biking, Diamondback is continuously expanding its line into road cycling. Using the same attention to innovative design and geometry that infuses its off-road line, Diamondback features frames for virtually every rider -- from the podium-placing criterium cyclist to the gravel road rider. The Century 4 Carbon Complete Bike features a build and geometry between the two extremes in order to provide you with comfort over the long haul. Diamondback's Century 4 Carbon complete bike features a full carbon fiber frame. Unlike many frames, which are either manufactured using carbon bonded tubes or a monocoque design, Diamondback's proprietary Advanced Tube to Tube (ATT) design with "Core Control," conjoins both technologies. This method utilizes a monocoque head and down tube and joins it with a separate monocoque bottom bracket and chainstays These two structures form the "core" of the frame, and they work to provide both smooth handling, through front-end control, and rear stiffness for optimal power transfer to the drivetrain. The remaining tubes integrate with carbon welding, or as it's also know, Tube-to-Tube construction. This adds compliance to the frame, meaning that you'll never feel the harsh, bouncy ride that's so often associated with stiff carbon frames. Diamondback's DB Carbon Road Fork completes the frame. It was constructed using Continuous Fiber Te...

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Century Disc Road Bike Black

Diamondback Century Disc Road Bike Black. The Endurance Road category features our Podium Aluminum series and is the right fit for Endurance/Performance riders, cause/event riders or the weekend warrior. Cycling Gear, Cycling Accessories, Cycling Products, Cycling Equipment

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Podium 650c Youth Road Bike Grey, 650c

They're too big for that 24-inch-wheeled mountain bike you bought them (seemingly yesterday), but they're not quite big enough for a full-sized adult machine just yet. If this is the problem you face when trying to find a ride so your kid can pedal along, meet the Diamondback Podium 650c Youth Road Bike, built around the "in-between" 650c wheel size for a just-right fit that will also accommodate him or her during a few years of growth. The Podium 650c's frame is built of 6061 aluminum -- a treated version of the metal with an ideal blend of low weight and strength. Understanding the importance of confidence in helping young athletes push themselves, Diamondback dialed in a touch of flex to the bike's rear triangle for the sake of ride comfort, and thus, better control. The steerer tube is long enough so that riders can sit relatively upright, helping them not just stay comfortable but also keep their eyes up at the road and at what's going on around them. The straight-blade alloy fork is light but stout for worry-free durability and predictable steering, and a comfortable Diamondback Equip saddle and contoured handlebars are gender-neutral and promise to be kind to riders of all skill levels. Diamondback also knows that half of what deters young riders from riding more is the breaking of unreliable parts that come on most youth bikes, which is why it stocks the Podium 650c with a fantastic drivetrain. The Shimano Claris system has 16 speeds that span a wide range of ratios, to help riders keep up -- daresay, even pass -- the grown-ups on the climbs. It's a drivetrain even found on entry-to-mid-range adult bikes, thanks to its ease of use and superb reliability. Claris brakes front and rear also demonstrate that Diamondback wasn't willing to cut corners, especially where safety is concerned. The Diamondback Podium 650c Youth Road Bike comes in the color Blue and in only one size. It's intended to be a bike that young riders can grow with, between the approximate ...

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Podium 24 Youth Road Bike White, 24in

Walk down the aisle of kids' bikes at your local shop and you'll likely notice that bikes have become way more high-tech since you were a kid, and that they're almost all heavy, knobby-tire bikes for off-road use and/or for bouncing off the neighborhood curbs. What's out there for your aspiring young Contador or Cavendish or Vos, who wants to slap on some spandex and rule the road? Try the Diamondback Podium 24 Youth Road Bike, a 24-inch-wheeled road machine that's nice enough to be not unlike the one you may be riding yourself. The Podium 24's frame is built of 6061 aluminum, a treated version of the metal with an ideal blend of low weight and strength. Understanding the importance of confidence in helping young athletes push themselves, Diamondback dialed in a touch of flex to the bike's rear triangle for the sake of ride comfort, and thus, better control. The steerer tube is long enough so that small riders can sit relatively upright, helping them not just stay comfortable but also keep their eyes up at the road and at what's going on around them. The straight-blade alloy fork is light but stout for worry-free durability and predictable steering, and a comfortable Diamondback Equip saddle and ergonomically contoured handlebars are gender-neutral and promise to be kind to riders of all skill levels. Diamondback also knows that half of what deters young riders from riding more is the breaking of unreliable parts that come on most youth bikes, which is why it stocks the Podium 24 with a fantastic drivetrain. The Shimano Claris system has 16 speeds that span a wide range of ratios, to help riders keep up -- daresay, even pass -- the grown-ups on the climbs. It's a drivetrain even found on entry-to-mid-range adult bikes, thanks to its ease of use and superb reliability. Claris brakes front and rear also demonstrate that Diamondback wasn't willing to cut corners, especially where safety is concerned. The Diamondback Podium 24 Youth Road Bike comes in the color Whit...

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Podium 700c Youth Road Bike Blue, 700c

Any aspiring young cyclists who had a chance to watch the 2014 Tour of Utah were no doubt as blown away as all of us by Eric Young's epic sprint finish victory in Stage Five aboard his Diamondback Podium. Screaming across the line after a heroic 300 meter off-the-front pull at the end, Young stamped his name proudly on the tour and into the minds of anyone who saw what he did. For the up-and-comers who want to be the next Eric Young, Diamondback offers the Podium road rocket in three different sizes, the largest of which is this Podium 700c Youth Road Bike. The Podium 700c's frame is built of 6061 aluminum, a treated version of the metal with an ideal blend of low weight and strength. Understanding the importance of comfort when helping young athletes push themselves, Diamondback dialed in a touch of flex to the bike's rear triangle for the sake of ride comfort, and while at it, it wrapped the wheels in 25mm tires -- slightly larger, more durable, and more comfortable over the road's bumps and bruises compared to the 23mm tires found on most 700c-wheel bikes, even for adults. The straight-blade alloy fork is light but stout for worry-free durability and predictable steering, and a comfortable Diamondback Equip saddle and ergonomically contoured handlebars are gender-neutral and promise to be kind to riders of all skill levels. Diamondback also knows that half of what deters young riders from riding more is the breaking of unreliable parts that come on most youth bikes, which is why it specs the Podium 700c with a fantastic drivetrain. The Shimano Claris system has 16 speeds that span a wide range of ratios, to help riders keep up -- daresay, even pass -- the grown-ups on the climbs. It's a drivetrain even found on entry-to-mid-range adult bikes, thanks to its ease of use and superb reliability. Claris brakes front and rear also demonstrate that Diamondback wasn't willing to cut corners, especially where safety is concerned. The Diamondback Podium 700c Youth Road ...

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Century 3 Carbon Shimano 105/Tiagra Complete Road Bike - 2014 Silver, 52cm

Although recognized more often among mountain bikers than road cyclists, the Diamondback legacy draws upon over a century of road experience to develop a line of bikes for every rider imaginable. And while Diamondback, originally known as Centurion, was formed in 1969, in 1999, its pedigree was married with the expertise of Raleigh Bicycles, which was born in Nottingham, England over 130 years ago. Diamondback understands that not every ride needs to, or should be, a race. And whether you participate in one of the many Gran Fondos popping up all over the country, or you just prefer to spend your weekends on scenic leisure rides, the Century 3 Carbon Complete Bike features a build and geometry that'll have you pedaling in comfort mile after mile. Perhaps the most noticeable technology in the Century 3 is the carbon frame. Although it won't break the bank, its carbon frame features many of the design technologies that Diamondback uses in its lauded Podium platform. And unlike many frames that are either manufactured with carbon welded tubes or a monocoque design, Diamondback's proprietary Advanced Tube to Tube (ATT) design with "Core Control" conjoins both technologies. This method utilizes a monocoque head and down tube and joins them with a separate monocoque of the bottom bracket and chainstays. These two structures form the "core" of the frame, and they work to provide both smooth handling, through front-end control, and rear stiffness for optimal power transfer to the drivetrain. The remaining tubes integrate with carbon welding, or as its also known, Tube to Tube construction. This adds a bit of compliance to the feel of the bike, which aids in absorbing bumps from rough roads. Diamondback's DB Carbon Road Performance Fork completes the frame. The fork features carbon wrapped legs for stiffness and torsional strength, but unlike the hand-laid, AMMP carbon fork included on the Century 4, the crown and steerer tube are more durable, but are constructed from...

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Century 3 Carbon Shimano 105/Tiagra Complete Road Bike - 2014 Silver, 56cm

Although recognized more often among mountain bikers than road cyclists, the Diamondback legacy draws upon over a century of road experience to develop a line of bikes for every rider imaginable. And while Diamondback, originally known as Centurion, was formed in 1969, in 1999, its pedigree was married with the expertise of Raleigh Bicycles, which was born in Nottingham, England over 130 years ago. Diamondback understands that not every ride needs to, or should be, a race. And whether you participate in one of the many Gran Fondos popping up all over the country, or you just prefer to spend your weekends on scenic leisure rides, the Century 3 Carbon Complete Bike features a build and geometry that'll have you pedaling in comfort mile after mile. Perhaps the most noticeable technology in the Century 3 is the carbon frame. Although it won't break the bank, its carbon frame features many of the design technologies that Diamondback uses in its lauded Podium platform. And unlike many frames that are either manufactured with carbon welded tubes or a monocoque design, Diamondback's proprietary Advanced Tube to Tube (ATT) design with "Core Control" conjoins both technologies. This method utilizes a monocoque head and down tube and joins them with a separate monocoque of the bottom bracket and chainstays. These two structures form the "core" of the frame, and they work to provide both smooth handling, through front-end control, and rear stiffness for optimal power transfer to the drivetrain. The remaining tubes integrate with carbon welding, or as its also known, Tube to Tube construction. This adds a bit of compliance to the feel of the bike, which aids in absorbing bumps from rough roads. Diamondback's DB Carbon Road Performance Fork completes the frame. The fork features carbon wrapped legs for stiffness and torsional strength, but unlike the hand-laid, AMMP carbon fork included on the Century 4, the crown and steerer tube are more durable, but are constructed from...

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Haanjo Complete Bike - 2015 Blue, 50cm

How many times have you been trying to make a decision between two or three different options -- such as, say, which car to buy, or which restaurant to try, or which socks to wear -- and you just wish you could take the best features of each and combine them into one optimal choice, without compromise? Diamondback thought the same thing when taking a look at its product line, so it designed a machine to meet the needs of riders who want the toughness of a mountain bike without the bulk or knobby tires, the low weight of a road bike without the aggressive position or skinny wheels, all with the practicality and comfort of a commuting machine. The result? The Haanjo. And for a real steal, check out the 2015 Diamondback Haanjo Complete Bike. What makes the Haanjo such a wonderful mutant? Let's start with the frame. DB began with its Endurance Road frame -- the one you'll see on its road bikes designed to do 100 miles or more in a day -- because it's light, smooth-riding, and it's comfortable for long distances. For a boost in practicality, the top tube of the frame was flattened a bit to make the bike easier to shoulder when walking up stairs, for example. Then, they make the frame ready for the superior stopping power of disc-brakes, since the Haanjo is ready to be loaded up with racks and cargo. The Haanjo's handling is both light yet stable, thanks in no small part to the tapered head tube -- wider at the bottom, where the fork meets the frame. This wideness means lateral stiffness, which makes handling much sharper and more predictable. When all the Haanjo's frame's details come together, you get a tough, light, and most importantly, balanced machine that you can comfortably use for commuting, for errands, for some light off-road exploration, or even some laps around the park when you want to get in a workout. It's a truly versatile and capable bike. Want some more details? The Haanjo's drivetrain is the Sora system, brought to you by Shimano, a proven maker of ...

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Haanjo Comp Complete Bike - 2015 Black, 59cm

While many manufacturers are beginning to join the gravel bike industry, few seem to grasp what we want from a machine designed for all-surface, damn-the-torpedoes bikes as well as Diamondback. For example, the Haanjo Comp Complete Bike does away with the flashy components we'd expect on a carbon fiber race machine in favor of Shimano's bombproof 105 and FSA's Gossamer cranks for a drivetrain that's almost as tough as the Haanjo's frame. The secret to the Haanjo's all-purpose functionality begins with its Endurance frame -- the one you'll see on its road bikes designed to do 100 miles or more in a day -- because its 6061-T6 alloy construction is light with a smooth, efficient ride. Its geometry tends toward the long and comfortable end of the spectrum, which keeps you more upright and doesn't handle like a twitchy racing frame. The tapered head tube also contributes to the Haanjo's easy handling while reducing front end flex during hard efforts. The bike also incorporates myriad small details that recommend it for use beyond just recreation. For example, the top tube of the frame is flattened a bit, which makes the bike easier to shoulder when walking up stairs while commuting or for clearing 'cross obstacles. It also benefits from the certainty of TRP hydraulic disc brakes for added stopping power when loaded with touring gear or navigating tricky terrain. Finally, touches like the chatter-damping carbon fork blades, 105 drivetrain, and future-proof FSA BB386 bottom bracket mean this isn't just made for sampling gravel or getting groceries -- it's a bike that can also show up for cycling events or 'cross.

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Haanjo Comp Complete Bike - 2015 Black, 53cm

While many manufacturers are beginning to join the gravel bike industry, few seem to grasp what we want from a machine designed for all-surface, damn-the-torpedoes bikes as well as Diamondback. For example, the Haanjo Comp Complete Bike does away with the flashy components we'd expect on a carbon fiber race machine in favor of Shimano's bombproof 105 and FSA's Gossamer cranks for a drivetrain that's almost as tough as the Haanjo's frame. The secret to the Haanjo's all-purpose functionality begins with its Endurance frame -- the one you'll see on its road bikes designed to do 100 miles or more in a day -- because its 6061-T6 alloy construction is light with a smooth, efficient ride. Its geometry tends toward the long and comfortable end of the spectrum, which keeps you more upright and doesn't handle like a twitchy racing frame. The tapered head tube also contributes to the Haanjo's easy handling while reducing front end flex during hard efforts. The bike also incorporates myriad small details that recommend it for use beyond just recreation. For example, the top tube of the frame is flattened a bit, which makes the bike easier to shoulder when walking up stairs while commuting or for clearing 'cross obstacles. It also benefits from the certainty of TRP hydraulic disc brakes for added stopping power when loaded with touring gear or navigating tricky terrain. Finally, touches like the chatter-damping carbon fork blades, 105 drivetrain, and future-proof FSA BB386 bottom bracket mean this isn't just made for sampling gravel or getting groceries -- it's a bike that can also show up for cycling events or 'cross.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Haanjo Comp Complete Bike - 2015 Black, 50cm

While many manufacturers are beginning to join the gravel bike industry, few seem to grasp what we want from a machine designed for all-surface, damn-the-torpedoes bikes as well as Diamondback. For example, the Haanjo Comp Complete Bike does away with the flashy components we'd expect on a carbon fiber race machine in favor of Shimano's bombproof 105 and FSA's Gossamer cranks for a drivetrain that's almost as tough as the Haanjo's frame. The secret to the Haanjo's all-purpose functionality begins with its Endurance frame -- the one you'll see on its road bikes designed to do 100 miles or more in a day -- because its 6061-T6 alloy construction is light with a smooth, efficient ride. Its geometry tends toward the long and comfortable end of the spectrum, which keeps you more upright and doesn't handle like a twitchy racing frame. The tapered head tube also contributes to the Haanjo's easy handling while reducing front end flex during hard efforts. The bike also incorporates myriad small details that recommend it for use beyond just recreation. For example, the top tube of the frame is flattened a bit, which makes the bike easier to shoulder when walking up stairs while commuting or for clearing 'cross obstacles. It also benefits from the certainty of TRP hydraulic disc brakes for added stopping power when loaded with touring gear or navigating tricky terrain. Finally, touches like the chatter-damping carbon fork blades, 105 drivetrain, and future-proof FSA BB386 bottom bracket mean this isn't just made for sampling gravel or getting groceries -- it's a bike that can also show up for cycling events or 'cross.

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Haanjo Comp Complete Bike - 2015 Black, 56cm

While many manufacturers are beginning to join the gravel bike industry, few seem to grasp what we want from a machine designed for all-surface, damn-the-torpedoes bikes as well as Diamondback. For example, the Haanjo Comp Complete Bike does away with the flashy components we'd expect on a carbon fiber race machine in favor of Shimano's bombproof 105 and FSA's Gossamer cranks for a drivetrain that's almost as tough as the Haanjo's frame. The secret to the Haanjo's all-purpose functionality begins with its Endurance frame -- the one you'll see on its road bikes designed to do 100 miles or more in a day -- because its 6061-T6 alloy construction is light with a smooth, efficient ride. Its geometry tends toward the long and comfortable end of the spectrum, which keeps you more upright and doesn't handle like a twitchy racing frame. The tapered head tube also contributes to the Haanjo's easy handling while reducing front end flex during hard efforts. The bike also incorporates myriad small details that recommend it for use beyond just recreation. For example, the top tube of the frame is flattened a bit, which makes the bike easier to shoulder when walking up stairs while commuting or for clearing 'cross obstacles. It also benefits from the certainty of TRP hydraulic disc brakes for added stopping power when loaded with touring gear or navigating tricky terrain. Finally, touches like the chatter-damping carbon fork blades, 105 drivetrain, and future-proof FSA BB386 bottom bracket mean this isn't just made for sampling gravel or getting groceries -- it's a bike that can also show up for cycling events or 'cross.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Haanjo Comp Complete Bike - 2015

While many manufacturers are beginning to join the gravel bike industry, few seem to grasp what we want from a machine designed for all-surface, damn-the-torpedoes bikes as well as Diamondback. For example, the Haanjo Comp Complete Bike does away with the flashy components we'd expect on a carbon fiber race machine in favor of Shimano's bombproof 105 and FSA's Gossamer cranks for a drivetrain that's almost as tough as the Haanjo's frame. The secret to the Haanjo's all-purpose functionality begins with its Endurance frame -- the one you'll see on its road bikes designed to do 100 miles or more in a day -- because its 6061-T6 alloy construction is light with a smooth, efficient ride. Its geometry tends toward the long and comfortable end of the spectrum, which keeps you more upright and doesn't handle like a twitchy racing frame. The tapered head tube also contributes to the Haanjo's easy handling while reducing front end flex during hard efforts. The bike also incorporates myriad small details that recommend it for use beyond just recreation. For example, the top tube of the frame is flattened a bit, which makes the bike easier to shoulder when walking up stairs while commuting or for clearing 'cross obstacles. It also benefits from the certainty of TRP hydraulic disc brakes for added stopping power when loaded with touring gear or navigating tricky terrain. Finally, touches like the chatter-damping carbon fork blades, 105 drivetrain, and future-proof FSA BB386 bottom bracket mean this isn't just made for sampling gravel or getting groceries -- it's a bike that can also show up for cycling events or 'cross.

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Competitive Cyclist
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