Diamondback Assault T24 2002 BMX

Assault T24

CRMO cruiser frame w/ machined headtube, dual fillet gussets and ovalized chainstays.

OS CRMO fork w/ welded-in star nut/alloy cap.

Doublewall 48 spoked wheels and Diamondback 24k hollow 3pc cranks.

User Reviews (3)

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Dillon Hughes   Downhiller [Jan 02, 2002]
Strength:

48 spoke wheels solid 4130 everything

Weakness:

nothing

This is a great cruiser for jumping and just plain cruising. It is fairly light but strong. It has great color scheme. sealed everything is also a plus. Get it if you need a bigger bmx bike for jumping! Later,Dillon

Similar Products Used: nothing
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Jarred Baker   Weekend Warrior [Apr 25, 2006]
Strength:

i like the light but durable frame, also im 6 foot 4 so this bike is a great bike to go down to ur local park with if some of the 20" bmx just dont cut it.

Weakness:

nothing...

this bike is wicked if normal 20" bmx's are too lil.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Lisa   Racer [Nov 15, 2002]
Strength:

Highly durable yet light 4130 Chromemoly Frame and Forks.
Double wall 48h rims and sealed everything; a definite plus.

Weakness:

The stock 41t Chain wheel could have been better (To Heavy & Not Round) but overall not bad. I would put a 17t cog on the rear to get off the line quicker.

This bike is an awesome Cruiser with NO let downs like the Proline Cruiser by Redline. I never had to worry about bending the rims or tweaking the frame like I did with the Redline. Overall you can't find a better all around Cruiser for the price. You can Race it, Cruise it, or Jump it! Awesome bike for next to nothing compared to others out there.

Similar Products Used: Redline Proline Cruiser, Free Agent Ambush 24"
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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