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Diamondback Bike Sale: Airen Sport Women's Road Bike

dsutton01 72 73 September 14, 2016 at 12:43 AM in Sports Equipment (7)
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Promoted 09-14-2016 by Corwin at 08:28 PM View Original Post
Diamondback has select Diamondback Bikes on sale. Shipping is free (excluding AK and HI). Thanks dsutton01, mharsch & SkooterK

Note, available sizes may vary based on model selection. See forum thread for additional deals and discussion.

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See forum thread for additional deals and discussion. Several more Diamondback bikes are also on sale from $299.99 posted in this Frontpage deal.

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Edited September 22, 2016 at 07:11 PM by cricket702
Thanks to mharsch & SkooterK for their post about the sale on Diamondback's Trace models. Didn't see these models listed in that post, and the deals are too good not to share. Shipping is free on these bikes.

Diamondback Haanjo Trail [diamondback.com] gravel bike, Shimano Ultegra 6800 equipped with hydraulic disc brakes: $999.99 (retail was $2,300, best price I've seen through DB's corporate program is $1,100, so this is a steal for an awesome bike. I own one and love it)

Available Sizes:
S/50cm
M/53cm
L/56cm

Diamondback Overdrive Comp [diamondback.com] Mountain Bike, Shimano Deore equipped with hydraulic brakes: $659.99 (retail is $1,200)

Available sizes:
M/18"
L/20"
XL/22"

Diamondback Overdrive Pro Mountain Bike [diamondback.com], Shimano Deore equipped with hydraulic brakes: $899.99 (Retail $1,800)

Available sizes:
L/20"
XL/22"

Diamondback Recoil Full Suspension Mountain Bike [diamondback.com], Shimano Acera/Altus equipped with mechanical disc brakes, $399.99 (Retail $800)

Available Sizes
S/16"
M/18"
L/20"

Diamondback Century 2 Road Bike [diamondback.com], Shimano Ultegra 6800 equipped with hydraulic brakes, $899.99 (retail is $1,800)

Available sizes:
S/52cm
M/54cm
L/56cm
XL/58cm

Diamondback Airen 1 Women's Road Bike [diamondback.com], Shimano 105 5800 equipped, mechanical disc brakes, $599.99 (retail is $1,400)

Available sizes:
XXS/48cm
XS/50cm
S/52cm
M/54cm
L/56cm

Diamondback Airen Women's Road Bike [diamondback.com], Shimano Sora 3500 equipped, mechanical disc brakes, $449.99 (retail is $1,000)

Available sizes:
XXS/48cm
XS/50cm
S/52cm
M/54cm
L/56cm

Diamondback Airen Sport Women's Road Bike [diamondback.com], Shimano Claris 2400 equipped, $369.99 (retail is $1,000)

Available sizes:
XS/50cm
S/52cm
M/54cm

Diamondback Haanjen Women's Gravel Bike [diamondback.com] or Diamondback Haanjo Men's gravel bike [diamondback.com], Shimano Sora 3500 equipped, mechanical disc brakes, $474.99 (retail is $1,100)

Available sizes:
XS/47cm (women's only)
S/50cm
M/53cm
L/56cm
XL/59cm (men's only)

Diamondback Haanjen Metro Women's Gravel Bike [diamondback.com] or Diamondback Haanjo Metro Men's Gravel Bike [diamondback.com], Shimano Acera equipped, mechanical disc brakes, $329.99 (Retail $700)

Available sizes:
XS/47cm (women's only)
S/50cm (women's only)
M/53cm
L/56cm
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Go to an REI and test out some bikes, only way to see what fits best.

Do not trust some random person's sizing, the proportions of your body are likely different then theirs, and a nice bike is something you'll have for years (better to have it fit right).

My 2 cents
27.5 is becoming popular because it is not as difficult to maneuver than the 29. 29er is still big for someone over 5'5". if you are small a 26" does the trick. but a 27.5 is a good balance of larger wheels of 29 and much easier trail maneuverability of 26
Here's a comparison between the two. Not a huge difference.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/dhcdlzi...1.png?dl=0

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These are some great deals especially Hanjo Comp
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FYI, the overdrive comp and pro are likely on markdown because a hardtail 27.5 bike is a bit of an odd duck these days unless you are small. If you are over 5'5" and looking at a hardtail, you should be looking at 29ers.

The other bikes appear to be a solid deal for the components you get
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This link goes to all the bikes that are on sale.

http://www.diamondback.com/shop/bikes-sale
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Quote from Seylerc View Post :
FYI, the overdrive comp and pro are likely on markdown because a hardtail 27.5 bike is a bit of an odd duck these days unless you are small. If you are over 5'5" and looking at a hardtail, you should be looking at 29ers.

The other bikes appear to be a solid deal for the components you get
27.5 is becoming popular because it is not as difficult to maneuver than the 29. 29er is still big for someone over 5'5". if you are small a 26" does the trick. but a 27.5 is a good balance of larger wheels of 29 and much easier trail maneuverability of 26
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Any size recommendations for someone that's 6'1 205lbs?
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Any size recommendations for someone that's 6'1 205lbs?
Go to an REI and test out some bikes, only way to see what fits best.

Do not trust some random person's sizing, the proportions of your body are likely different then theirs, and a nice bike is something you'll have for years (better to have it fit right).

My 2 cents
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I'm trying to figure out if the Overdrive Pro comes with sealed bearing hubs or not. It's not stated on the specs, but a bike with that MSRP should (hopefully) include something like that.

Deal seems great. Been looking at bikes in that price range for a while. Nearly pulled the trigger on an Airborne Goblin a week ago because it's on sale right now too on their site, but this bike seems similarly equipped but nearly $300 less. Although the Goblin is a 29er and this one is 27.5. I actually think 27.5's ride a little better.
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Quote from Seylerc View Post :
FYI, the overdrive comp and pro are likely on markdown because a hardtail 27.5 bike is a bit of an odd duck these days unless you are small. If you are over 5'5" and looking at a hardtail, you should be looking at 29ers.

The other bikes appear to be a solid deal for the components you get
I'm 5'7" and recently picked up the Mason Trail when it was 50% off and I love it! Yea it has a fatter tire than the Overdrive.
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The Century 2 for $899 is a steal given all the components with it including good wheels. Even $2000-3000 bikes from a lot of big names include crap wheels these days. Not great that it's a aluminum, but you would spend at least a few hundred more for anything like it with a lesser set of components and heavyweight wheels.
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Quote from DirtCheapDad View Post :
The Century 2 for $899 is a steal given all the components with it including good wheels. Even $2000-3000 bikes from a lot of big names include crap wheels these days. Not great that it's a aluminum, but you would spend at least a few hundred more for anything like it with a lesser set of components and heavyweight wheels.
Agreed - that's one of the best deals in their sale I think. It's nearly the same bike as the Haanjo Trail (probably some geometry differences in the frame), but for Ultegra 6800 11-speed and hydraulic discs, plus some decent wheels and a nice aluminum frame, you can't go wrong for $899.
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Agreed - that's one of the best deals in their sale I think. It's nearly the same bike as the Haanjo Trail (probably some geometry differences in the frame), but for Ultegra 6800 11-speed and hydraulic discs, plus some decent wheels and a nice aluminum frame, you can't go wrong for $899.
I'll go to REI to check them out in person. Is the difference between Haanjo Trail and Century 2 just a case of "it depends what you're using it for"? If you could only pick one, which one would you get?
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Quote from geeetar21 View Post :
I'll go to REI to check them out in person. Is the difference between Haanjo Trail and Century 2 just a case of "it depends what you're using it for"? If you could only pick one, which one would you get?
Here's a comparison between the two. Not a huge difference.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/dhcdlzi...1.png?dl=0
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Here's a comparison between the two. Not a huge difference.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/dhcdlzi...1.png?dl=0
Thanks buddy. +4 rep for taking the time to help.
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