Diamondback Bicycles 2015 Century 1 Complete Road Bike, 56cm/Large, Red

May 21, 2015 - Comment

The century 1 is an endurance road bike designed for the rider who is looking for an alternative to the stereotypical fit and high prices of top end race oriented bikes. Based on diamondback’s enhanced performance geometry, it incorporates a taller head tube to take the stress off your neck and back and provide a

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The century 1 is an endurance road bike designed for the rider who is looking for an alternative to the stereotypical fit and high prices of top end race oriented bikes. Based on diamondback’s enhanced performance geometry, it incorporates a taller head tube to take the stress off your neck and back and provide a more comfortable fit. The frame is built from 7005 aluminum alloy with custom butted and formed tubing to deliver a balance of strength, durability, and light weight. Add in the excellent handling and damping of the performance alloy fork, a Shimano drivetrain and HED wheels and you have a great new bike at an even better price.

Product Features

  • Hand built 7005 aluminum alloy frame with enhanced performance geometry for a comfortable fit
  • Podium performance alloy fork delivers precise, reliable steering
  • Shimano 8-speed drivetrain for reliable, economical performance

Comments

Mohammed Samir says:

so good so far Worth 5 stars absolutely..very good for the price ..good shifting and smooth . awesome bike so far the colour much beautiful and the white words gives the bike most sportive stately. .i loved it so much..

L tune says:

Excellent bike for the price Excellent bike for the price. Everything is as described and works well. If you are not mechanical and familiar with bike adjustments, have a local bike shop assemble and do set up for you, since everything needs adjustment! Also if you want an even more (sitting up) straighter, riding position for comfort (less back stress), you can flip steering neck over from how it comes and raise handle bars 5/8 of an inch. I have put over 500 miles on bike with no problems, so far. Most everyone will want to change seat and pedals to suit them. If you are a more serious rider, example (club rider and sometime racer) you will want to step up to at least a Century 2 or 3 model.

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