The diamondback response sport mountain bike is what a high quality mountain bike should be. One of its superb characteristics is its ability to respond well on rugged dirt roads and trails. This is a good bike for riding gravel trails, off roads and the occasional two tracks. It also features a soft shock absorber that will take bumps easily while its Kenda tires protect you from the occasional puncture.
What the diamondback response sport mountain bike can do
This bike is rugged utility which is best suited for smooth trails, cruising around your locale, dirt roads, and grocery trips. The frame is all aluminum that features a strongbox tube plus an 8 speed Rapidfire trigger shifter. The DB All mountain saddle seat and Kenda Klaw tires were adapted to make your ride comfortable and easy. The SR Suntour suspension fork is another great feature that makes this bike a great buy.
The diamondback response sport mountain bike’s best features
The best feature of this bike is its adaptability to its rider. It is a bike made for smooth rides and the occasional rough terrain. The disc brakes are quick to stop even in motion and the gear shift is quick to respond as well. The 6061 Aluminum frame extols strength and durability that will take it through years of use and abuse. The bike has a front shock absorber that will hold up quite nicely even in rough terrain.
Diamondback response sport mountain bike specifications
- Diamondback 6061-T6 aluminum frame with formed top and down tubes
- SR Suntour XCM 120mm travel fork
- Shimano SL-M310 Rapidfire 8-speed shifters
- Tektro Novela Disc brakes with 6 inch rotors
- 32 spoke 26″ wheels with Weinmann double wall alloy rims
- Cranks: SR Suntour XCT 22/32/42t
- Front Derailleur: Shimano TX50 dual pull; top swing; 34.9
- Rear Derailleur: Shimano Acera 8 speed
- Sizes: XS (14 inches); SM (16 inches); MD (18 inches); LG (20 inches); XL (22 inches)
Customer Review of the Diamondback response sport mountain bike
The bike may be several years old in production but still delivers the goods when it comes to city cruising but experienced riders may opt for the newer models coming out. It could take a little rough ride once in a while although any long uphill trail could give you some problems but since the bike is upgradeable, it’s still great value for money and makes it an attractive choice. Assembly is quite easy except the derailleur and front caliper alignment which should be done properly in a bike shop. [Read more reviews …]