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The Diamondback 2013 Sorrento Mountain Bike is the perfect ride for you if you’re looking for a bike to ride around the neighborhood, town or even trails.  It’s an all around great bike for those starting out with trail riding.

The Diamondback 2013 Sorrento features the Butted 6061-T6 AluminumSorrento MTN/Path Frame and 60mm Travel Suspension Fork, all of which give you the smoothest and most comfortable ride possible whether you are on the road or the trail.  The suspension fork does a great job of absorbing the bumps so the rider has a comfortable ride.

The Tektro Alloy Linear Brakes (with 3 Finger Levers) gives you more stopping power, especially when you’re going down an incline.  It gives you greater control for a smoother and less jerky stop and the 21 gears gives you enough control to adapt to wherever you’re riding. This bike features double wall alloy rims to help supply you with the most comfortable and stable ride possible and the 26-inch wheels are a nice size. 

Diamondback 2013 Sorrento Feature Set

  • Butted 6061-T6 Aluminum Sorrento MTN/Path Frame
  • 60mm Travel Suspension Fork
  • Double wall alloy rims
  • Tektro Alloy Linear Brakes

Pros

  • Offers smooth trail rides
  • Easy to assemble
  • Smooth Shifting

Cons

  • Brakes gets squeaky and sometimes need adjustment

What are people saying about Diamondback Sorrento 2013 Edition?

For the most part, most consumers recommend the Diamondback 2013 Sorrento Mountain Bike for anyone starting out with trail riding and wants a decent bike.

We found less than 10 reviews online about this particular bike and of those reviews it received an average of 3.6 stars out of a possible 5 stars, with only one review really being negative. Most consumers said it was easy to put together and there wasn’t much fine tuning they needed to do before using it.

Most considered this to be a “decent” bike and other thought it was “good”.  Most of these were also comparing it to more expensive mountain bikes, so they said they weren’t overly harsh and it was a good bike to start out trail riding with.

One person complained that the seat could be more comfortable, but other than that they liked the bike. The only negative review was a person that received a damaged bike, returned it and got another damaged bike in it’s place.  They gave up after that, so they had no real input on how the bike performed.