Diamondback Lux Womens

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $369.99

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Sugar and spice and everything nice? If roots and rocks and dirt in your socks sounds more like your cup ofTeaThenThe Diamondback Lux is for you. Whether you are newToTheTrails or a seasoned singleTrack rider,The Lux offers uncompromised performance without compromising your bank account. ComparedTo a full-suspension mountain bike, a hardtail is better suitedTo several situations, such as ridingTo class, riding on smootherTrails, or just cruising aroundThe neighborhood. CombiningThe perfect blen

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by kevinlwest a Weekend Warrior from Sunnyvale, Ca. USA

Date Reviewed: June 12, 2009

Strengths:    Ease of hanlding, lightweight, well balanced, all quick adjust, Great Shimano componentry, ergonomically fit.

Weaknesses:    front shocks a little weak when you purchase it, and must be adjusted. Adjustement in located on top of each shock.

Bottom Line:   
One hell of a great bike for the money. Compared with other models made by Trek, Mongoose, Gary Fisher, and Schwinn. All of which were anywhere from 100 to 150 dollars more, and in some cases for a lesser bike!!!!!!!!

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Favorite Trail:   all

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $249.00

Purchased At:   Off Ramp Bicycles in

Similar Products Used:   Several other Diamondback models, as well as Trek models

Bike Setup:   Stock for right now

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Is it still possible to buy the Lux-RC L333 or L334 LED/driver units?

Hi, Sorting out my existing lights and noticed one of the pins connecting the power to the board had detached itself. I've tried searching and can't find any where to purchase a new board. If it's not possible is there anything else on the market I could get which would work in a small space and wh ... Read More »

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Kona stinky dee-lux 2000-2001 need advice in making it ride better

Hi all I'm Pete and just joined - after some help and advice please. Here's my bike owned for 14 years, seen very very light use and zero maintenance for 9 of them. I want to spend some money (cheaper the better) and start using it again for biking local on roads and to just make it easier to pedal ... Read More »

Help choose between Diamondback Axis (or LUX) Comp and Jamis Nemesis Sport 650B

Hello everyone! It's my first post and I need some help. I'm a novice mountain biker, I used to ride a bit in New Zealand on an '07 Marin Nail Trail I had to leave behind when I moved to Santa Fe. I'm trying to buy a hardtail that doesn't break the bank but is decent riding. I'm a casual rider b ... Read More »

Wanted seven duo, seven duo-lux titanium

hello No if it is the most correct place to put the ad, but can not find where to put it, if not, please the moderators, put it where appropriate. I wanted one frame with rear shock, Seven Duo, 100mm of rear travel., Titanium frame, if it is for 29 "wheels better, but I could also be intereste ... Read More »

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