April 23, 2018
Hydraulic Brake Shimano Altus Front M315 1000mm Black Set
Right handle BL-M315 in black
Without adapter (Manitou 160mm)
Diamondback Bicycles Recoil Comp 29er Full Suspension Frame Mountain Bike
- Its aluminum frame revolves around a tried-and-true optimized single pivot suspension design, saving your ride and your pocketbook.
- With 100mm of smooth air suspension both front and rear, you’ll find the 29” wheels stay planted on both climbs and descents, giving you amazing traction and control.
- Shimano precision allow you to keep spinning no matter how steep the climb is, and hydraulic disc brakes keep everything under control when it’s time to point it downhill.
- We put aggressive Kenda Honey Badger tires on our Doublewall rims for maximum grip.
- The Recoil Comp is a great choice for riders who want a dependable full-suspension bike to rip any trail.
- A wide range of gears keeps you cranking up the hills and hammering down the other side.
- An excellent all-around tire for whatever terrain you choose to ride.
- You’ll get the chance to use a little elbow grease and learn how your new bike works without having to start from the ground up.
- Still, we understand that building a bike is a process.
- You’ll be riding in anywhere from 30 (skilled bike mechanic) to 120 minutes (no prior experience building bikes).
- If you’re not comfortable assembling your bike for any reason, please take it to your local bike shop for assistance.
- Diamondback cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by improper assembly.
- When problems do arise our primary goal is to get you safely back on your bike.
- Please visit our website with any questions on the use and maintenance of your Diamondback.
- Our dedicated customer experience team is eager to help with online live chat and an extensive video library.
- The full suspension makes for a great journey on various trails.
- The disc brakes are made for a safe type of ride, and can have the ability of stopping on a dime.
- The 3-9 speed adds variety when riding, whether it is uphill, or downhill.
- The day that I got this bike, I assembled it which was very easy and took it out on the vigorous Colorado trails and it did phenomenally.
- Being I am just shy of 5’3″ my boyfriend and I were concerned about the 29 inch wheels being to big for me.
- Long story short, my boyfriend surprised me with this bike all wrapped up on Thanksgiving.
- This past Friday and Saturday we took our bikes out on some pretty technical trails, which included steep drops,tight turns, big rocks and little jagged rocks all over the place, some small jumps too.
- Him and I are both beginner mountain bikers, so there were some parts of the trails that we were unable to do, simply because you really needed to be experienced in order to safely get down.
- Luckily, I got down the one part that if I fell, I would have broken something, and definitely been cut up by all those damn rocks.
- Right after that is when I fell, and managed to get my body over to the side so I did not fall right in the middle of all the rocks.
- After I fell, I got right back up and looked around me to make sure no saw me bust my ass haha, no one did so I continued riding.
- When I fell, I landed on my leg, and got it caught in between my handle bars right where me knee is.
- I only fell 2 more times that day lol, but I kept going.
- I can’t wait until next weekend when we go mountain biking again, I just love it!
- This bike kept me safe, it handles rocky terrine very well, and also small jumps.
- My boyfriend broke one of his pedals on Saturday (his are plastic) while mine just have a couple scratches.
- Coming from someone who has a plump ass, this seat is extremely uncomfortable and my ass killed me for 2 days.
- I definitely do recommend this bike for tall, and short people like myself.
- The only thing that sucks is because the frame is small, you loose space to put things like a water bottle for example.
- I will post some pictures for you guys to see, I hope I helped!
- Needless to say, I’m surprised my bike isn’t damaged, but I guess that just means it’s a great bike!
- All the way from very rigged single track to city riding.
- This bike is great for a beginner to intermediate rider.
- I am overweight at 235 lbs, and 6 feet tall, and the bike handles just fine.
- I went with this bike because it has the adjustable rear suspension, and hydraulic disc breaks, which is something you won’t find on the cheaper models.
- You will have to buy an adapter bar to mount this on a car bike rack but those are pretty cheap and work well.
- I able to make big jumps with it,and go over high rocks real ease.
Raleigh Bikes Tekoa Mountain Bike
- If you have questions about sizing, feel free to contact us for more information.
- Complete bikes will be partially disassembled and sealed in a factory box for shipping.
- Bikes arrive approximately 85% assembled and will require installation of parts and adjustment of components.
- If you are not comfortable with bicycle assembly or adjustments, we recommend bringing the the bike to a capable bike shop to be built.
- Raleigh cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by improper assembly.
- Raleigh stands behind the quality and craftsmanship of all our products.
- When problems do arise our primary goal is to get you safely back on the road.
- Please visit our website with any questions on the use and maintenance of your Raleigh.
- For 130 years, we’ve been pushing the boundaries of what gets the world riding in style and comfort – from the factory floor to the saddle, our commitment to spreading the joy of the ride has never wavered.
- You’ll find us commuting to work on our classic steel steeds, cruising to coffee and concerts with friends, getting muddy with buddies on Saturday and pedaling the bike path with the family come Sunday.
- Let’s take this baby out for a spin and see where it takes us.
- Raleigh’s cross country 29er, the Tekoa boasts 29″ wheels designed to float you over rocks and roots with ease and efficiency.
- Not only a nice looking bike, it handles well, nice smooth ride and far more than expected for price.
- I recommend purchasing a presta valve floor or hand pump prior to the bike arriving as the tires arrive inflated, but very low on psi.
- I work next to several well known mtb trails, and have spent the week getting used to riding a mtb again.
- I personally feel that the front fork holds this bike back from seriously attacking technical sections of single track trails.
- The rest of the components are a step above the performance the Suntour fork provides.
- I will be changing the pedals, saddle, tires, and grips to personal favorites, but they are certainly adequate for now.
- Unfortunately it broke beyond repair during my first ride through easy/moderate terrain.
- The way the rear derailer is attached to the frame was not well thought out and will lead to constant breakdowns.
- I think the bike would be ok for urban riding but definitely not off-road.
- I was able to get the bike on sale for well less than MSRP and couldn’t be happier.
- The only steps required were installation of handlebars, front disc brake caliper, seat post, pedals, and adjustment of derailleurs (an assembly guide can be downloaded from Raleigh’s website).
- I have put roughly 20 miles on it so far, with most of it on streets.
- There was a patch of dirt road, in which the fork did a great job of absorbing most of the bumps.
- The shifting, stopping, and overall smoothness of operation were fantastic!
- The only negative thing that I have discovered so far is that the seat is fairly firm.
- This is common with many mountain bikes, however, and can be solved easily with a new seat or padded riding shorts.
- This is my third 29er I own and exclusively use it to get around campus.