Diamondback is Prepared for 2011 with Team, Tech, and Rider-Driven Res

For 33 years, Diamondback has been building some of the finest quality bikes on the planet. 2011 continues that great tradition with exciting new additions in BMX, hybrid, road, mountain and the gravity scene.
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Diamondback is Prepared for 2011 with Team, Tech, and Rider-Driven Results

For 33 years, Diamondback has been building some of the finest quality bikes on the planet. 2011 continues that great tradition with exciting new additions in BMX, hybrid, road, mountain and the gravity scene.

Diamondback Editorial Musts:

Signature ($650): The Signature joins the BMX lineup with a frame built with Butted Chromoly and removable brake bosses and cable stops. Handle Bars designed by Diogo Canina and Pivotal Seat by Darin Read.

Sortie Black ($6,000): Lightweight Shimano XTR components are the icing on the cake for the Sortie Black, the quintessential trail bike! The Sortie is built to conquer the trail ride up and outperform anything in its track on the way down.

Mission 4 ($5,660): designed around Diamondback’s Knuckle Box technology and today’s all mountain rider, the Mission 4 sports a SRAM XO drivetrain , Fox 36 Talas RC2 FIT fork and Hammerschmidt 2-spd transmission.

Insight STI-8 ($600): Whether riding to work, to the clubs or around the neighborhood for some exercise, the Insight STI-8’s smooth-shifting internal hub and comfortable hybrid design will keep you smiling from start to finish.

Clarity 3 ($800): Devine is but one word to describe the women’s Clarity 3, built with a shortened reach and female-specific components for the most personalized women’s hybrid yet.

Podium 6 ($3,100): Whether you are racing the clock, the pack, or your personal best times, the carbon-loaded and value driven Podium 6 will have you smoking down the road and ready to race with the pros.

Overdrive Pro ($1,335): The Overdrive Pro is a pillar in the 29er crowd. Known for its rock crawling, root crushing abilities, the Overdrive Pro is a great price point for those looking for a quality, larger wheel diameter bike.

Lux Sport ($500): For the lady who never waits it out at home while the boys are voyaging in the woods, the Lux Sport is the simple solution. Built with women’s specific Devine Design and lightweight, durable components, the Sport is the breadwinner on the single tracks and mountain trails.

About Diamondback: Born in Camarillo, CA in 1978, Diamondback Bicycles have been making high quality bikes for over 30 years. From its roots in the BMX world to new innovations in hybrid, road and full suspension technologies, Diamondback continues a legacy of building the finest bikes for today’s most aggressive riders. It takes generations to build a legacy of quality.

Visit the Diamondback Bicycles or Diamondback BMX websites to see the current product line or to learn more about your next bike. Diamondback builds quality bikes. The difference is in the ride.

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