Specs Per DiamondBack Site: This is from the Diamondback USA site. Diamondback is solely responsible for content and accuracy.
People say you have to spend a hell of a lot of cash to buy a full-suspension bike. Or at least a full-suspension bike that truly performs. They're usually right. Usually. But not this time around. The Atroz proves them wrong with four inches of reliable coil-sprung rear suspension that nicely smooths out the trail. Since you'll need to climb to the top of the mountain, we've also given the Atroz a 18-speed Shimano drivetrain, and when it's time to head back down, you'll find the Suntour XCM suspension fork and Tektro Aries mechanical disc brakes keep you firmly in control of the descents...
Sizing/Geometry Per DiamondBack Site
This is a guide, please consult the geometry chart as needed. Between sizes? Size down for lower handlebars, more straddle room/short arms/legs. If you size up, you may touch the top tube when you straddle the bike. Size up for long arms/legs/torso. Sizing is a personal preference, the final choice is up to you. Chart is from the Diamondback USA site. Diamondback is solely responsible for content and accuracy