Diamondback 2000 Wildwood Rigid Bike

Diamondback 2000 Wildwood Rigid Bike 

DESCRIPTION

mountain bike, non-suspension, Mountain Mix components, Diamondback fork

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 29, 2001]
Soch
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Good company, comfortable, 16 inch frame suits my height, really good tires. Like the gear dials in front-center. Like the "springy" seat.

Weakness:

May be the gear shift needs tuning

2001 models are on sale.

Good price for a good comfortable bike.

Similar Products Used:

Huffy comfort series

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 11, 2001]
Francesca
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Good value for the money. Good Components on the Deluxe model and I love the front and post suspension. It handles very well over bumps. Very comfortable ride. Shifting is good. Has 24 gears total.

Weakness:

A little heavier than other comfort series bikes but not too bad. Higher gears make noise but many need adjustment.

This is a great bike for someone who wants to ride the trails and on the street. The tires don't hum on the street like a true mountain bike. My boyfriend bought me this as a present and he rides a Trek with XT components. We checked out a lot of other bikes and the Diamondback seemed to be the best bike for the money.

Anyone looking for a good comfort bike that can go from trails to street riding should check out this bike!

Similar Products Used:

Trek 300 Navigator

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Mar 12, 2001]
Troy
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Good price, very comfortable and fits my 6'5" 265lb. frame. It has a good looking appearance and a is from a reputable company in bicycles.

Weakness:

Could shift a little smoother. Probably going to upgrade one day. Might just need an adjustment.

Good bike for a good price. Much better than dept. store bikes and very comfortable.

Similar Products Used:

Schwin Frontier

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[May 04, 2000]
Paul
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Low price, good comfort, will be used mostly for putzing around

Weakness:

Moderate component quality, weight, decals look easy to peel off

Good value for money, better quality than toy store bikes. Easy to adjust seat, should be comfy. Bought bike for my wife, we are both 34. Bike will not be used hard, but want it to last forever. First bike in 5+ years.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Apr 26, 2000]
Kelly
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Good value for the money. Finished off nicely, and very comfy for the girlfriend. the gear indicator is a nice touch, and the components work good.

Weakness:

Weight....A bit heavy if lifting up stairs a lot, although when riding it it doesn't seem too bad, for the type of bike that it is. I think if your over 150 pounds the shock seatpost will loose it's spring rather quickly.

This is a great value for the $. I bought this bike for my girlfriend as she doesn't like the seating position of a true mountain bike. It's very nice to ride on the road or pathways and very...very..comfortable. If you are in the market for a cheap but well made street cruiser this is the one.

Similar Products Used:

Navigator 200

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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