Diamondback 2013 Sorrento Mountain Bike with 26-Inch Wheels is a mountain bike suggested for beginners in trail riding, for riding around the neighborhood, town and trails, and for experienced cyclists that recognize the right tool for their needs. Its key features include Diamondback heat-treated aluminum frame, 60mm Trail XC front suspension for smooth riding, Shimano Altus 7spd drivetrain with trigger shifters to find the gear combination suitable for a given trail, and double wall wheels designed for riding on or off paved paths securely.
A stable and comfortable ride with Diamondback 2013 Sorrento Mountain Bike with 26-Inch Wheels
The Sorrento features DB Butted 6061-T6 Aluminum Sorrento MTN/Path Frame with a replaceable derailleur hanger and a 60mm Travel Suspension Fork with an alloy crown, designed to give riders smooth and comfortable ride possible.
Diamondback 2013 Sorrento’s strong braking power
The 21-speed Shimano drivetrain makes climbing up easier and the Tektro alloy linear brakes with 3 finger levers has strong stopping capability, particularly when going downhill. The bike has 21 gears that can give riders enough control in any terrain. It features double wall alloy rims and 26-inch wheels for a comfortable and stable ride.
The Sorrento is available in four sizes: SM (16″), MD (18″), LG (20″), and XL (22″).
Specifications of Diamondback 2013 Sorrento Mountain Bike with 26-Inch Wheels
- Frame: Butted 6061-T6 Aluminum Sorrento MTN/Path Frame
- Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney
- Rear Deraillee: Shimano Altus 7spd
- Fork: 60mm Travel Suspension Fork
- Rims: Weinmann Double wall alloy rims
- Brakes: Tektro Alloy Linear Brakes with 3 Finger Levers
Diamondback 2013 Sorrento Mountain Bike Review
Diamondback 2013 Sorrento Mountain Bike with 26-Inch Wheels offers smooth rides in easy unpaved and paved roads. The bike has reasonable price compared to other mountain bikes in the market. The bike was easy to assemble and needs little fine tuning. The shifters don’t need adjustment and shifting was flawless.
The bike comes with quality frame and Shimano components, but other parts such as wheel bearings, pedals, crankset bearings, and shock absorbing fork are of average quality and are adequate for beginners. It includes standard brakes which get squeaky after getting wet and need to be adjusted at times. Some users may find the seat uncomfortable and may choose to purchase a replacement stem for a more comfortable seat. The bike can be comfortably ridden on pavement, but the comfort is significantly reduced when used in unpaved trails and rough terrains such as mountains. [Read More Reviews …]