As more people take to exploring forgotten routes, Diamondback has kept pace with a diverse line of alternative road bikes. The Haanjo Tero is the easiest way to expand your riding horizons and break out of the ordinary. They used their Endurance Geometry for the lightweight aluminum frame, increasing stability and riding comfort over what you'd find on a traditional road bike. Because of this the Haanjo Tero tracks and turns well on all surfaces, from smooth pavement to loose gravel. A 2×8 speed Shimano drivetrain always has a gear for the terrain, whether it's mellow or tilted straight up. All-purpose wide tires find grip on everything and work together with disc brakes for extra confidence and control as you explore over the next rise in the road. And even though it’s a gravel grinder at heart, the Haanjo Tero also makes for an excellent commuter.
If you’re looking to dive into the world of mountain bike trail riding, then Diamondback's Lux Sport is a great place to start. This Devine Designs women's specific bike is built with a 6061-T6 aluminum frame to balance durability and light weight, and it has a low slung top tube for extra standover clearance to make getting on and off the bike a little easier. The Devine Edition DB saddle, handlebar, and grips are all formed for women, and the SR Suntour fork and 27.5" wheels will have you rolling down the trail carefree and with confidence.
There was a time when every mountain bike was an all-around hardtail. Climbs, descents, berms, even some air: the Line does its hardtail predecessors proud. This bike is far from a throwback or retro project though — it's a modern machine. The slack and low-slung frame is the key: it lowers your center of gravity, keeping you stable any speed. A single-ring SRAM 1×9 drivetrain, short stem, and wide bars complement its contemporary configuration. Hydraulic disc brakes with big rotors and 27.5" knobbies give you tons of traction and stopping power. If you’re looking for a bike that can really do it all: look no further. The Line makes every trail more fun.
A go-anywhere bike in the truest sense, Diamondback's versatile HaanJenn road bike can be trusted as a commuter, gravel, or "just getting around" bike. Its women's-specific aluminum frame and fork put you in a comfortable riding position, more stable than a traditional race bike. A slightly longer wheelbase, big dual sport tires, disc brakes, and comfortable flat handlebars add up to a solid and responsive ride—a balance of durability and speed to handle every surfaced, paved or not. A 2×9 Shimano drivetrain offers a wide range of gears in a simple package, keeping the bike swift and quiet as you negotiate potholes and rough paths. Whether you build it up with fenders and racks as a daily workhorse or keep it stock for exploring paths and dirt roads: the HaanJenn is game.
Diamondback's Haanjo is a road bike that defies definitions. Part road bike, part mountain bike, it is designed to let you choose how and where you want to ride—whether that’s commuting or offroad adventure. The Endurance Geometry is a little slacker than traditional road bikes to give you a more comfortable position and easy going handling. The 6061-T6 aluminum alloy is a hallmark of durability, and the fully butted and formed tube construction makes sure it is lightweight without sacrificing strength. A Shimano Sora 9-speed drivetrain provide ample gearing for the most variable terrain. The Gravel Disc alloy fork delivers steering precision up front, while the Avid disc brakes and fatter tires give you the confidence to keep going even when things get a little rough.
Diamondback's Century road bike incorporates cutting edge technologies and features at an affordable price. The frame uses their Enhanced Performance Geometry, and custom formed and butted aluminum tubes come standard. This results in a ride that's the best of both worlds, compliant and smooth without compromising performance. The component group they chose is up to the task, too: Tektro disc brakes and an 18-speed Shimano drivetrain make this bike stand out even more in its category. For beginning roadies or those who prefer a fatigue-fighting upright riding posture, the Century is an easy choice.
The increased performance of a full-suspension mountain bike doesn’t need to come at a ridiculous cost. The simple, understated single pivot design of the Atroz uses sealed cartridge bearings to deliver smooth, durable performance, and 120mm of suspension travel will take the edge off all but the biggest roots and rocks on the trail. The frame is built using trusted aluminum alloy, so you know it’s strong, and the formed and butted tubing makes sure to save weight wherever possible. With quick and stable 27.5-inch wheels, a SRAM 1x9 drivetrain, and aggressive Kenda Nevegal tires, you’ll have fun every time you head out on the trails.
Diamondback's Century 1 is an endurance road bike designed for the rider who is looking for an alternative to the stereotypical fit and high prices of top end race oriented bikes. Using their Enhanced Performance Geometry, the frame incorporates a taller head tube to take the stress off your neck and back and provide a more comfortable fit. The frame is built from 7005 aluminum alloy with custom butted and formed tubing to deliver a balance of strength, durability, and light weight. It's outfitted with an amazing component group for its price: TRP disc brakes, an 11-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain, and HED wheels.
Diamondback's all-mountain hardtails have been huge hits since they debuted: low-slung and nimble, riders of all levels raved about how well they rode. The new Sync'r returns with the same goal: to excel on every trail in sight. Whether it's surrounded by full-suspension enduro bikes or pedaling on doubletrack, the Sync'r fits in any riding situation. Its frame is built for abuse with formed tubes, a tapered head tube, and a thru-axle rear end. A supple 5" fork, 1×11 drivetrain, and hydraulic brakes complete this go-anywhere platform. The Sync'r holds its own with no-nonsense hardtail precision and all-mountain capabilities, making it a great choice for any mountain biker.
Ride beyond the end of the road on the HaanJenn Comp. This road bike is our top of the line women's alternative road bike, ready for long days of exploration. Its carbon fork soaks up choppy surfaces, and the slightly slack geometry of the aluminum frame and wide drop bars give the stability and control gravel riders seek. With a SRAM Apex 1×11 drivetrain and disc brakes, smooth shifts and all-season control are always present, no matter how rough the going gets. High-volume Kenda tires on HED wheels are efficient enough for daily commuting yet have the durability to stand up to grand fondos and adventuring on mountain roads. With the HaanJenn Comp, you’ll be prepared for any ride.
The only surprise in gravel riding’s popularity explosion is that it didn’t happen sooner: with so many dirt roads to explore, it only makes sense to head off the pavement. The Haanjo Comp is perfectly equipped to take on any route you choose: be it paved, gravel, or dirt. The Endurance Geometry will keep you comfortable all day in the saddle and the 6061-T6 aluminum alloy frame is just the thing for worry free durability. The fully butted and formed tubing construction strikes the perfect balance between light weight and strength, while the carbon leg fork takes the edge off rough road chatter. A 1×11 SRAM Apex drivetrain provides great range of gears and we’ve rounded it all out with reliably powerful SRAM disc brakes and semi-knobby tires for any terrain, anytime.
As one of the first slack 29er hardtails, Diamondback's original Mason showed everyone how fun big wheels could be. Far from a boring "wagon wheeler," the Mason piled up accolades, combining the speed of a larger wheel with a nimble platform. In keeping with its trailblazing spirit, the Mason proved to be the perfect candidate for 27.5" Plus wheels. Redesigned around “mid-fat” wheels but made to keep the ride characteristics similar to a standard 27.5", the butted/formed aluminum frame is low-slung and slack, with a 120mm RockShox air fork. The ride has stayed distinctly all-mountain, benefiting from the increase in traction from running a 2.8"-wide tire. SRAM Level hydraulic brakes, a wide-range NX 1×11 drivetrain, and wide bars have the Mason leading the way again.
Diamondback's premier aluminum hardtail, the Overdrive Pro mountain bike is an established favorite. With proven geometry and construction, the bike shines in ride quality and responsiveness. This version is equipped with 29" Blanchard wheels for the absolute fastest setup possible, rolling over holes and obstacles that smaller wheels struggle with. Equipped with a Shimano 2×10 drivetrain and powerful hydraulic brakes, this bike gets up to speed and stays there until you want it to stop—on a dime. A RockShox Reba RL 100mm fork keeps the front end steady, and aggressive Kenda tires keep you on your line—whether it's a steep climb or a technical section of trail. For riders who seek the utmost in precision and efficiency, the Overdrive Pro 29 is the one.
The popularity of our all-mountain hardtail series has been growing for a few years, with people of all abilities and riding styles drawn to a combination of great traction, do-it-all geometry, and fun. With the introduction of 27.5 Plus wheels, Diamondback felt it was high time for a women's model to join the fleet: the Rely. Designed to be that one bike that you can take anywhere, it's a quick machine that sticks to the trail like Velcro. Outfitted with a 1×11 drivetrain, wide bars, and those incredibly grippy Plus-size tires, the Rely keeps going where other bikes fail. Whether it's that last couple feet of a loose climb or the end of a grueling backcountry adventure, this bike just finds a way to keep you rolling.
Diamondback's premier traditional hardtail, the Overdrive Pro is an established favorite. With proven geometry and construction, the aluminum alloy frame shines in ride quality and responsiveness. Sitting atop 27.5" wheels, the Overdrive Pro is maneuverable and easy to handle. Equipped with SRAM 1×11 drivetrain and powerful hydraulic disc brakes, this bike gets up to speed and stays there until you want it to stop on a dime. The 15mm thru-axle on the RockShox Reba 120mm travel fork helps keep the front end steady on any terrain. Whether it's a steep climb or a technical section of trail, the Overdrive Pro is made for riders who seek the utmost in precision and efficiency.
To put it simply: Diamondback's Century 2 road bike is at home on the road. Designed to be ridden all day, every day, the aluminum frame features our Enhanced Performance Geometry. With a slightly taller headtube than a road race bike, it helps the rider maintain a more upright, less fatiguing body position. With discomfort out of the way you're guaranteed to enjoy every part of your ride more—the Century 2 delivers. Shimano Ultegra 11-speed, hydraulic brakes, and 28mm Michelin tires on HED wheels complement the bike’s platform and reinforce its performance. For many of us, riding 100 miles is an exercise in surviving. The Century 2 turns those long rides into something to look forward to, not to dread. If you're an endurance rider or someone that prefers a more upright riding posture, this bike does not disappoint.
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.
Long a rider's favorite, the Mason Comp's history is one of innovation and forward-thinking. This continues with 27.5 Plus tires and Boost hub spacing. In short, this slack hardtail got even faster. The frame geometry has been kept quick and stable: it's still a bike you can manual through bumps and flick around—although with three-inch-wide tires at low air pressures, you may not need to—this bike sticks like glue to the trail, opening up new lines on trails you thought you had dialed. It climbs like the efficient hardtail it is, with a wide range 1×11 drivetrain putting power to the ground with incredible grip. When it’s time to descend, lower the dropper post and let out a howl as the 130mm Fox 34 Float fork works together with the ample rubber to gobble up the trail. For riders looking to push their riding and convention, the Mason Comp delivers insane traction and performance.
Building on the success of their low-slung and slack all-mountain hardtails, the Diamondback Sync’r Pro takes the platform to an even higher level. The alloy frame features the same tapered and butted construction, but they've made a few changes to this flagship model to enhance performance even more: the rear end got a Boost compatible thru-axle for extra stiffness, the front end's a little slacker and features a 130mm Fox 34, and the overall geometry is even more progressive. Combined with a Shimano XT 11-speed drivetrain and powerful hydraulic brakes, this hardtail is anything but basic. Lightweight, tough, flickable, versatile: if any of these words pique your interest in a hardtail, the Sync'r Pro is the bike for you.
The longer the ride, the more important your bike's fit becomes. With superior fit as a design goal, Diamondback's Airen endurance road bikes have long been a hit with women, and with the introduction of new carbon framesets they've become even better. Using the same construction methods as DB's race bikes, the Airens are hand built to be the smoothest women's bikes you'll find. Finger-thin carbon seat stays keep the bike's ride supple, while thru-axles front and rear aid in stability and tracking. Hydraulic disc brakes give new levels of control and confidence in all conditions, letting you enjoy your ride even more. Touches like our Closed Circuit Cable Routing and graceful lines only add to the appeal of the silky smooth Airen 4.
If pedaling long miles all weekend is your goal, an aggressive race bike may not be the best choice. Diamondback's Century road bikes make a few minor tweaks to traditional road bike geometry that put you in a slightly more upright position, helping fight off fatigue without sacrificing performance. Completely redesigned for 2017, the Century 4 is hand-built from high quality carbon fiber, enhancing the benefits of the geometry. And with hydraulic disc brakes and thru-axles tucked into the sculpted frame, this bike's effortless ride is even easier to control. A full Shimano 2×11 group, HED wheels and cockpit, and 28mm tires round out this smooth build. You may not be summiting multiple mountain passes every ride, but it’s great to know your bike can handle it should you go for it.
To keep riding, on any road. That’s the goal. The Haanjo Comp Carbon combines the durability of a cross bike with the stability of a touring bike or commuter, making it the choice for riders who don’t want their routes dictated by conditions. A completely new, hand built carbon fiber frame and fork excel within the slightly relaxed geometry, smoothing out the jarring bumps of a long day in the saddle. Like every Haanjo, the Comp Carbon stays predictable on variable surfaces: 38c tires, thru-axles, disc brakes, and solid componentry make sure you’re never outgunned. Its 2×11 speed drivetrain has a gear for every gravel grind and headwind, keeping your cranks spinning when the going gets rough. Whether it’s a grand fondo, a beer run, or daily commuting, the Haanjo Comp Carbon is one bike that really can do it all. We’re not saying it’ll turn every gravel road or potholed street into freshly laid asphalt, but it’s close!
Always at the top of the list for fun big-wheeled hardtails, Diamondback's Mason Pro takes another step forward with the ridiculous traction of 27.5 Plus wheels. The frame is ready for this new direction, keeping its short rear end and relaxed head angle. The bike keeps its formed/butted aluminum tubes and slack geometry, but gains even more confidence with a 130mm Fox 34 Float fork and the gigantic contact patches on those high volume tires grabbing traction on every conceivable surface. The component build is top notch too, with a 1×11 SRAM drivetrain, wide Diamondback Blanchard rims, and a KS dropper post standard. For riders who want to take their mountain biking further, the Mason Pro is the all-mountain hardtail.
Already a favorite, Diamondback's Airen line of women's bikes is poised to make leaps with a complete redesign for this year. At the top of the list is the Airen 5 Carbon, as sleek and smooth as a road bike can get. Proven endurance geometry uses a slightly taller head tube to put you in an upright position that combats fatigue on longer rides, encouraging you to stay out longer. With the introduction of hydraulic disc brakes and thru-axles front and rear, the tracking and stability of these bikes are second-to-none, soaking up chop as you tick off mile after mile. Hand-built with the same construction methods and meticulous care as their race bikes, the Airen 5 Carbon has beautifully sculpted tubes that are the foundation for its buttery smooth road feel.
The rolling hills of wine country. Perfect weather, flawless roads, a road bike rider's paradise. We’re not suggesting you close your eyes while riding Diamondback's Century 5 Carbon, but if you were to, it wouldn’t be hard to convince yourself that you were in this dream location. DB's latest Century line continues their tradition of all-day endurance bikes with a complete materials and design overhaul, improving on what were already rider favorites. Hand-built carbon frames borrow from their more aggressive road bikes, with big stiff bottom bracket and head tube areas, sculpted seat stays for compliance, and clean looks. Combined with hydraulic disc brakes and thru-axles, these changes are more than a superficial makeover, they represent a complete re-imagining of a modern classic. The Century 5 Carbon is the road bike for riders who wake up early and ride all day long.
The Podium Vitesse is as fast as it looks. Like all Podiums its frame and fork are hand built to be race-ready, constructed of hundreds of individual carbon fiber pieces. Each piece is carefully placed according to a design we perfected after hours in the wind tunnel with HED Cycling and KQ Studios, along with months of testing on the road with world class riders. The result is a bike that comes alive in sprints, responding instantly and efficiently when you need it. Its ride is silky smooth, a testament to the feedback provided by our race teams and designers. The Vitesse is very aerodynamic too, cutting through the air with internal cable routing and tube shapes borrowed from our groundbreaking Serios TT bike. With HED Ardennes Plus wheels and a full Shimano Ultegra group, the Podium Vitesse is ready for race day.
The dark art of aerodynamics doesn’t always follow intuition: when Diamondback teamed with industry experts HED and KQ Studios to design the Serios F, they ended up with revolutionary profiles that produce only half the drag of competitors’ bikes. A champ in the wind tunnel, it’s outside where it excels. In the real world of crosswinds and corners, this bike outperforms all others. The Serios F frame is a worthy centerpiece. It is constructed with unidirectional carbon to keep it light and efficient. With unique headset spacers, it’s able to fit every body shape: able to keep the entire Optum pro team comfortable, so they can concentrate on going faster than ever before. The geometry is that of a bike that handles: up, down, around hairpins—conditions you’ll actually encounter in a time trial or triathlon. Featuring a full Shimano Ultegra group and HED wheels, it is ready for race day. When every second counts, look to the Serios F to deliver.
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