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The Diamondback 2013 Overdrive V 29′er Mountain Bike delivers an exceptional ride for a great price. The combination of an all aluminum frame, suspension forks and large wheels makes it a great choice for downhill racing. The heavy duty braking systems adds the ability to stop quickly to an already feature packed bike.

The Overdrive V 29’er bike has a heavy duty, yet relatively lightweight frame comes from the use of 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum. The aluminum goes through an extra process that exposes the metal to additional heat adding much more strength. The butted tube design allows for different thickness of tubes to be joined together.

The extra wide 29-inch tires of a mountain bike are both for stability and for minimizing sinking into soft dirt or sand. The larger tires combined with the suspension forks help to absorb much of the shock when going over obstacles.

To help slow the bike down, Diamondback added mechanical disk brakes. This makes maneuvering down mountain trails and roadway a dream. Theunique braking system also makes it much easier to stop in wet and muddy conditions as compared to typical rim types brakes.

Best Diamondback 2013 Overdrive V 29′er Features

  • Altus Rear derailleur from Shimano
  • Taller 29-inch wheels
  • All aluminum 6061-T6 frame
  • Suspension forks for added comfort

Pros

  • Larger wheels help to make it easier to clear more obstacles.
  • Lightweight aluminum frame is both ultra-strong and light
  • Mechanical disk brakes

Cons

  • Cheap plastic pedals

Research and Conclusion on the Diamondback 2013 Overdrive Mountain Bike

As part of our research on mountain bikes we discovered that close to a hundred customers posted reviews online for the Diamondback 2013 Overdrive V 29′er Mountain Bike. The customers seemed to be pretty happy with the bike and gave it mostly four and five star ratings.

The overall build quality was mentioned by many of the reviewers and they pointed to the very sturdy, all aluminum frame and large 29” wheels.The suspension forks really helped to smooth out the jarring and the 29” wheels added to the stability of the bike on really rough trails.

Assembly was very quick according to many of the reviewers, several said that they were able to fully assemble the bike and had the brakes adjusted inside of 15 minutes.

In the end, the Diamondback 2013 Overdrive V 29′er Mountain Bike is a definite winner and if the customer ratings are any indication, Diamondback has a winner of a mountain bike. Another bike worth looking at isDiamondback Sorrento Mountain Bike

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