Diamondback Wildwood Classic - 2017

Diamondback Wildwood Classic
  • Color: Green
  • Color: Green
$349.99
Color:
Green
Size:
Large
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Diamondback's longest-running city bike returns better than ever: the Wildwood Classic is comfortable, practical, and affordable. The perfect bike for enjoying fresh air on spontaneous rides, it's designed to be as user-friendly as possible. It's unintimidating and familiar with a the suspension fork and seatpost to soak up bumps big and small. It's easy to personalize your fit with the adjustable stem and comfy seat, and with crisp Shimano EasyFire shifting through 21 speeds, you’ll always be in the right gear. For quick rides or weekend jaunts, the Wildwood Classic can’t be beat.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Green / Large 791964530336 02-17-4002

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1.0

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0%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive Design 

Cons

  • Poor Components 
  • Multiple spokes break 

Best Uses

  • Garage queen 

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Diamondback Wildwood is a bad purchase

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from North Coast, Oregon

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Attractive Design

Cons

  • Poor Components
  • Multiple spokes break

Best Uses

  • Garage queen

Comments:

I purchased mine from a local bike shop. At around a year the spokes started breaking spontaneously while it sat in the garage. At the moment there are three spokes on the rear wheel and one on the front that are broken. The rear wheel is so warped that the wheel will not roll. I spoke with the bike shop and learned that the cause was a bad batch of stainless steel that the spokes were made from. The bike shop no longer sells this brand due to poor quality. Customer service with Diamondback/Raleigh refused to help and were unsympathetic. Bottom line, if you intend to ride it, don't buy this one! Even keeping it in the garage is no guarantee that it won't start falling apart.

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