Diamondback Bicycles Overdrive 29er Complete READY RIDE Hardtail Mountain Bike, 18″/Medium Black

December 12, 2019 - Comment

Maybe you’re new to this whole mountain biking thing, or maybe you just want to take a stab at trail riding on 29” wheels, but either way, the Overdrive will get you out having fun. The 6061-T6 aluminum alloy is a trusted frame material, and the custom formed and butted tubes create a structure that

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Maybe you’re new to this whole mountain biking thing, or maybe you just want to take a stab at trail riding on 29” wheels, but either way, the Overdrive will get you out having fun. The 6061-T6 aluminum alloy is a trusted frame material, and the custom formed and butted tubes create a structure that is uniquely strong and lightweight. The machined head tube lets you steer with precision and the forged rear dropouts with a replaceable derailleur hanger mean you don’t have to worry about something breaking. All that’s left to you is to get out and ride. This bike is part of the new Diamondback Ready Ride Program. Hand built and shipped ride ready in a few easy steps! Diamondback Ready Ride bikes eliminate the usual hassle of tedious at-home bike assembly, an often-ignored process that can take hours. Our program allows you to spend less time assembling your new bike and more time riding it. Ready Ride bikes are hand-built nearly to completion and shipped straight to you. All you need to do is put on the front wheel, seat, and pedals. Yes, the brakes are dialed in and the derailleurs are adjusted: just pump up the tires and go!

Product Features

  • Aluminum alloy 29er hard tail frame is tried and true
  • 14g stainless steel spokes
  • Suspension fork provides added control and comfort on the trail
  • Shimano drivetrain is a staple of reliability
  • Mechanical disc brakes offer great stopping power

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great bike I did a lot of research before buying the Diamondback Overdrive. Most of the reviews were positive and I found it highly recommended as an entry level Mountain bike on various web sites. At 48 years old, I started riding again last summer to get some exercise. I was using an old 26″ bike that belonged to my son and thought I should upgrade to get the most out of the hobby. Because the old bike was really basic (10 speeds, no front suspension, big box store quality) I wanted to upgrade…

Anonymous says:

I love This Big Beast of a Bicycle… Ok, I wanted to put a few hundred miles on this bike before I wrote a review….so here goes.I love it. It’s huge and fast as hell, and I love every second of it. That being said…You’re gonna have to get a new seat. The seat that comes with the bike is a torture device. Don’t even try. Just buy a new seat along with the bike.You’re going to want to set it up for your body type too. I got the XL, and I feel like it’s a good size for me. I’m 6’2″, 200lbs,…

Anonymous says:

Solid Hardtail with plenty of room for upgrades. Ok I will start with the bad. The front tire wasn’t true out of the box. The brakes also needed adjustments. The seat is hard as a rock. The grips also needed to be replaced because they offer no cushion and my hand was getting numb. The fork isn’t that great but I knew that and I’m not doing much downhill or hitting jumps. The bike shown in the pictures is also not the bike I received. I received the newer model which has the newer Diamondback decals which I didn’t mind. The part I did mind…

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