Diamondback recoil comp is an entry level mountain bike for beginners who are looking to bike aggressively and seriously. It is easy to ride and packed with features at the same time.
Diamondback recoil comp is an entry level mountain bike for beginners who are looking to bike aggressively and seriously. It is easy to ride and packed with features at the same time. Priced at an estimated $1,000, the bike is fully upgradable for those who want to take their experience to the next level. I bought a bike early this year and I have been riding it almost daily.
Diamondback Recoil Comp: Knuckle Box Technology
The Diamondback sports a solid Knuckle Box frame that has a tapered head tube that improves the bikes steering while making it stronger. It has single-sided hardware for easy access to bearing using standard tools. The bike also has custom-tuned shocks by Fox that provide improved performance.
Diamondback Recoil Comp: the 29” Tire Advantage
There are many advantages to having 29” tires on one’s Diamondback. Small obstacles now are less of a problem for me because riders can pass over them without losing too much speed. It is now easier to pass through sand and mud as well. Overall, it gives a more comfortable and stable biking experience, even to taller riders.
Diamondback Recoil Comp: Bike Specifications
The Diamondback comes in four sizes: 15.5” small, 17” medium, 19” large, and 21” extra-large. They come in a uniform silver color in addition to an owner’s manual, chainstay protector, clear coat, and water bottle mounts. Rims and tires are both from WTB, while plenty of the bikes components are from Shimano.
My Review of the Diamond Back Recoil Comp
Tall at 6’1,” I have always found riding conventional bikes a bit uncomfortable because it always felt like I was riding on top of the bike and not with it. The 29” tires of my Diamondback give it a balance that I have never felt before, and that is a huge plus for me.
The roads and hills around my home are pretty rough and the size of the wheels coupled with the Knuckle Box Technology allowed me to navigate through these streets more easily. In addition, the bike’s silver coating was more than just beautiful; it was also very difficult to scratch.
I also enjoyed how easy it was to use the bike—switching from one gear to another and using the breaks, for example—so I could enjoy the ride more while not thinking too much. Some people may say that paying $1,000 for a bike is too expensive, but for this bike I disagree. I feel as if this bike will be my favorite means of transportation for many years to come. [Read more reviews …]