The Lux Comp provides quality features for women looking to get into mountain biking. It starts with a 6061-T6 aluminum frame for light weight and durability. The women’s-specific frame provides a little extra standover clearance, making it easy to challenge yourself on new trails. Float over the bumps with the RockShox 30 Silver fork with 100mm of travel and stay focused on the ride with the durable, smooth-shifting SRAM drivetrain. The 27.5-inch wheels paired with Schwalbe Rapid Rob tires roll well over obstacles and deliver great traction, letting you chase after your friends. Thoughtful women’s-specific touchpoints – including a Devine Edition women’s saddle, DB Laser 720mm handlebar, and narrower grips – add to a great package to get you shredding.
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.
From the same team that produced the Release, the Clutch 1 is a bike for the female rider who’s looking to ride it all: climbing backcountry classics to flowing new machine-built trails. A short rear end and longer cockpit keep the bike stable at speed, while still being a blast in the corners. With its 1x11 SRAM drivetrain, smooth Rockshox Yari fork, and wide Blanchard rims, it’s a mountain bike made for today’s aggressive riders.
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.
The easiest way to get on a Podium, the Etape road bike is meant for riders who want to get to the next level: whether that means upgrading racing categories or improving personal bests. Built around the same carbon frame, the Etape shares the ride feel and hand built construction of our other Podiums: from the tapered head tube to the ultra-stiff bottom bracket and compliant seat post and stays, it’s a bike that accelerates quickly, is predictable in turns, and inspires confidence on descents. With internally-routed cables and the truncated airfoils born in our Serios TT bike program, it feels invisible to the wind, light and quick like a race bike is meant to be. With a Shimano 105 component group and HED Flanders C2+ wheels, the Etape offers a level of refinement not seen at its price.
Building a dream trail bike takes more than just a new suspension platform. The goal of the Release series was to showcase Diamondback's Level Link design in the best-pedaling trail bikes they've ever made. The Release 2 gets this done with geometry that reflects the current state of mountain biking: stable at speed, quick in corners, and excellent on climbs. The Level Link configuration separates pedaling and trail inputs and makes 130mm of travel feel like much more. The 6061 aluminum frame features hydroformed tubes, a tapered headtube, and a stiff 148x12mm thru-axle rear end. With a 150mm RockShox Pike fork and wide handlebars, the front end is dialed: you can dive into tough sections with confidence. Diamondback's Blanchard tubeless wheels have a 28mm internal width, giving the 27.5” Schwalbe Hans Dampfs a trail-gripping profile. Braking duties are handled by SRAM Level T hydraulic brakes with 180mm rotors front and rear. The drivetrain is a mix of RaceFace and SRAM 1x11 components, letting you enjoy your ride without chain drops or noise. This bike is designed to be ridden hard all day long. Just raise the KS dropper post and climb up for another lap: the Release 2 is more than ready.
The Catch Two is at the leading edge of current trail bikes, with Diamondback's Level Link suspension and 27.5 Plus wheels. Designed for riders who are looking to push their limits, or just want to try out something new, this bike offers a unique yet familiar ride. It sports tried and true aluminum for the frame, with modern geometry that enhances the bike’s go-anywhere vibe. 130mm of travel feels like a lot more on trail, especially with Level Link and mid-fat tires on Diamondback's signature Blanchard rims. It’s consistently surprising how efficiently the Catch pedals, and with a SRAM GX 1x11 drivetrain there’s a gear for the trickiest of sections: Soft? Steep? Soft and steep?—bring it on, there’s enough grip for two bikes here! A Rockshox Pike, SRAM Level T brakes, a KS LEV dropper post, and other solid components complete this forward-thinking bike.
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.
Designed to deliver Diamondback's new Level Link suspension platform to the public, the Release 3 is a dream machine come to life. The frame’s geometry was engineered to get the most out of their new suspension system. The lines reflect today’s mountain bike: a shorter rear end and longer top tube make for a quick bike that stays stable at speed. With 130mm of rear travel and a 150mm RockShox Pike up front, this bike gobbles up rough sections like a much bigger bike. And as an extremely efficient pedaler, it blazes up climbs and rolling singletrack just as well. Hydroformed aluminum tubes make up the low-slung and semi-slack frame. Top-notch parts finish off the build: 11-speed SRAM X1, a KS LEV Integra dropper post, SRAM Guide RS hydraulic brakes with 180mm rotors, and Diamondback's wide Blanchard rims. For riders who look for speed at every possible moment, the Release 3 is the bike.
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.
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