Diamondback Bicycles 2015 Haanjo Metro Plus Complete Alternative Road Bike, 56cm/Large, Black

May 21, 2015 - Comment

Getting around town with style and ease is the calling card of the Haanjo metro plus. Based on a relaxed endurance geometry with a sweptback handlebar, this murdered out matte black machine has glow in the dark highlights for visibility and will deliver a comfortable ride whether you’re cruising to class or working downtown with

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Getting around town with style and ease is the calling card of the Haanjo metro plus. Based on a relaxed endurance geometry with a sweptback handlebar, this murdered out matte black machine has glow in the dark highlights for visibility and will deliver a comfortable ride whether you’re cruising to class or working downtown with a messenger bag on your back. The 6061-t6 aluminum alloy is the standard for day to day durability, and the fully butted construction cuts down on the weight. The urban disc fork gives you the feel of real steel up front, and the reliable performance of the disc brakes and fatter tires lets you concentrate on more important things, like traffic along the way to your favorite coffee spot.

Product Features

  • 6061-T6 aluminum alloy frame with endurance geometry for worry free durability and all day riding comfort
  • Shimano 9-speed drivetrain for around town performance
  • 700C disc wheels are fast rolling and smooth
  • Tektro hydraulic disc brakes and wider tires for reliable urban performance
  • Swept back bars and fenders add urban flair and style

Comments

happy riding says:

New bike for the new year. I ordered my bike in December, but they were out of stock so I did not receive it until the end of January. I have put about 300 miles on it so far. I had a carbon fiber road bike, but was a bit hard on it and after five years the frame broke. I figured I would save myself a couple grand and get something built a bit heavier this time in the hopes it will be stronger. So far the bike has not disappointed. After putting the bike together and jumping on the scale with it, I get 27.8 pounds without pedals. This is a bathroom scale, so you can probably give or take a pound. The bearings seemed a bit tight for the first fifty miles or so, but do seem to roll a bit better now. It also took about 50 miles for the breaks to feel right. Breaks were a pain in the ass to get adjusted so that they do not scrape, but after a couple of tries I seem to have found the sweet spot, and they now work great. The Shimano shifting components seem to do there job fine. I was used to Ultegra, so these are a…

David says:

I like the frame and components purchased and built it for a friend. I like the frame and components. Have never ridden it. Seems decent quality for the bucks, though the fenders are plastic. Anyway it appears to have a sturdy frame and is lighter than my own DB Trace, though they’re different animals.

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