DiamondBack Myers 3.0 27.5" Mountain Bike 2017 - Hardtail MTB
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- ShowProduct Information Ride challenging MTB trails with more confidence. The DiamondBack Myers 3.0 is a hardcore hardtail m... read more
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Ride challenging MTB trails with more confidence. The DiamondBack Myers 3.0 is a hardcore hardtail mountain bike that offers a confident ride thanks to the dialled trail geometry and long travel fork.
The 6061 aluminium frame features a relaxed trail geometry with a slack 68 degree head angle. The 140mm of plush travel offered by the RockShox Sector Gold fork this makes the Myers confident on challenging terrain and more stable at speed. The frame tubes are butted and hydroformed to offer a robust yet lightweight platform for fun trail riding. Thru axles front and rear add stiffness while the KS Lev dropper post allows you to make the most of every trail section.
The SRAM X9 2x9 speed drivetrain offers assured shifting performance with a wide range of gears so you can ride every trail section on your loop. When gravity takes over the Avid hydraulic disc brakes offer confident all-weather stopping power. The ALEX Volar TCS wheels feature double wall rims and are fitted with Schwalbe Hans Dampf tyres for great traction and an easy tubeless upgrade.
Tame the trail and have more fun on the DiamondBack Myers 3.0.
- 6061 aluminium alloy frame with butted and hydroformed tubes
- Relaxed trail geometry for confident riding on challenging trails
- RockShox Sector Gold fork for 140mm of plush suspension travel
- SRAM X9 2x10 speed drivetrain for a wide gear range
- Avid hydraulic disc brakes for consistent all-weather stopping
- Sizes: 15”, 17”
- Colour: Black/Orange
- The DiamondBack Myers 3.0 is available with 0% APR finance
|Frame:||Trail series 6061 Butted Tubing, Tapered Headtube, ISCG5 Chainguide mounts, Stealth Dropper Post ready, 142x12mm Dropouts|
|Fork:||Rockshox Sector RL, 140mm, Solo Air, TurnKey Lockout, Taper Steerer, E-15|
|Headset:||FSA ORBIT NO.42 Sealed Bearings|
|Stem:||Race Face Evolve|
|Bars:||Race Face Evolve, 725mm wide x 20mm Rise, 9° bend, 6° upsweep|
|Front Brake:||AVID DB3,Open system 180mm Rotor|
|Rear Brake:||AVID DB3,Open system 180mm Rotor|
|Front Mech:||SRAM X7 HC|
|Rear Mech:||SRAM X9 Type 2 Mid cage|
|Shifters:||SRAM X9 2x10|
|Rims:||ALEX Volar 2.5 Disc, Tubeless Ready 32H, Black with Diamondback custom graphic set|
|Front Hub:||Diamondback Disc 32h with Sealed Bearings and Offset Flange, E15 Thru Axle|
|Rear Hub:||Diamondback Disc 32h 10spd Cassette with Sealed Bearings and Offset Flanges, 142X12mm Axle|
|Spokes:||Stainless Steel 14G Black|
|Front Tyre:||Schwalbe Hans Damf Performance, 27.5x2.25|
|Rear Tyre:||Schwalbe Hans Damf Performance, 27.5x2.25|
|Seat Post:||KS LEV-DX Dropper Post with SouthPaw remote, 30.9x385mm|
|Chainset:||Diamondback 4 Arm Forged 2pc With Cr-mo 24mm spindle, 38/24T|
|Bottom Bracket:||External Cups with Sealed Cartridge Bearings|
|Cassette:||SRAM PG-1020 11-36T|
|Pedals:||Alloy Platform with moulded pins|
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DiamondBack Myers 3.0 27.5" Mountain Bike 2017 - Hardtail MTB Reviews
Customer Reviews (1)
This my current go anywhere bike, for a hard tail it handles technical sections superbly I've done just over 1,000 miles in the past three months and have so far had to replace the cranks, bottom bracket and wheels. The wheels came under warranty the rest didn't. If you're going to hammering black routes you're going to need stronger wheels, and the dropper post already has about 4mm of vertical play in it.
This my current go anywhere bike, for a hard tail it handles technical sections superbly I've done just over 1,000 miles in the past three months and have so far had to replace the cranks, bottom bracket and wheels. The wheels came under warranty the rest didn't. If you're going to hammering black routes you're going to need stronger wheels, and the dropper post already has about 4mm of vertical play in it.Close review