Diamondback Bicycles 2014 Octane Boy’s Mountain Bike (20-Inch Wheels), One Size, Blue

September 4, 2014 - Comment

Octane 20″ Aluminum frame that is both lightweight and durable 20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike Trail XC 30mm travel front fork to smooth out bumps along the way20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike 20″ alloy wheels to keep up with mom and dad on the paths20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike 6 speeds to choose from via

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Octane 20″ Aluminum frame that is both lightweight and durable 20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike Trail XC 30mm travel front fork to smooth out bumps along the way20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike 20″ alloy wheels to keep up with mom and dad on the paths20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike 6 speeds to choose from via easy operational twist shifters20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike Get your little boy excited for some outdoor riding adventures with mom and dad by getting him a new Octane 20″ mountain bike. With 20″ wheels, 6 speeds, alloy frame, suspension fork and alloy rims he will have the perfect reason to be outside. The Octane 20 comes in 1 size and silver in color which is sure to get your little one motivated for a ride.20″ wheel, kid’s mountain bike Spec Subject to Change.

Product Features

  • 6061-T6 Aluminum Octane 20 Jr. MTN Frame
  • 30mm Travel Jr. MTB Suspension Fork
  • Shimano Rear Derailleur & 6-Spd Twist Shifter
  • Rust-Proof Alloy Rims & Stainless Steel Spokes
  • DB 2-Panel Jr. MTB Padded Saddle

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Good introduction MTB for young riders I spent hours poring over specifications and reviews of the various mountain bike options for my 7 year old son and decided the Diamondback Octane met a good compromise between price and performance. The 20inch sector is not exceptionally large which helped a bit, but here is what aided the decision making process. A typical department store bike is fine for cruising the streets, but is too heavy for any serious off road terrain. The components are also cheaply made and likely to fail with regular use. At the high end of the spectrum (Cannondale, Specialized, Giant, Trek) you get a lighter aluminum frame, good to really good components and a price point that would buy a nice adult bike that will last decades. Unfortunately, kids grow and I couldn’t justify spending $400-600 on a bike that my son would outgrow in three years. The Octane is at the high end of the Diamondback kid’s line and utilizes a lightweight aluminum frame and many of the same components found on the…

rkflyhigh says:

Excellent decently lightweight bike This is the 5th bike I’ve assembled for my 54″, 90 lb, 6 year old son in the past month. The first three avigo 18″ scramble bikes from toysrus were garbage (binding crankshaft, bad derailleur always clicking,steel frame weight over 33 lbs). The Diamondback Cobra from Dicks was 30 lbs but Dicks really messed up the factory’s pretty decent adjustment. I’ve put this together in about an hour and verified the weight on this octane with a luggage style scale and a normal weight scale. The bike itself weighs 25.5 lbs and with kickstand it weighs 26 lbs. Good purchase in lieu of the 21 lb (with kickstand) Trek Superfly 20 that costs $520 after all is said and done and also worth every penny of the extra $80 for a reduction of 6 lbs over the Diamondback Cobra which weighed 31 lbs. If you have a child that is very skinny or lightweight then I’d recommend waiting for the Trek Superfly or Islabike Beinn small (both of which happen to be out of stock until August lol). Otherwise hit the…

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