Specs Per DiamondBack Site: This is from the Diamondback USA site. Diamondback is solely responsible for content and accuracy.
If you could only have one bike, just one, the Hook would be the perfect choice. For starters, it's capable of, well, just about anything you have the nerve for. That includes quick rips on your local trails, all-day suffer fests that have you pedaling away into terra incognita, and everything in between.
We've equipped the Hook with the same low-slung, modern frame as its well-heeled Line and Sync'r siblings. Long in the front, short in the back, low and maneuverable, the Hook is deft and precise on tight trails yet rock steady when you are going Mach Chicken down the steepest descents.
The most impressive thing about the Hook, however, might just be its price. We kept the price tag from burning a hole in your checking account by equipping the Hook with awesome yet affordable components, including a plush 120mm fork, simple and effective single-ring drivetrain, powerful disc brakes, and quick-rolling 27.5" wheels.
NOTE: Diamondback has updated parts that differ from spec list below. Brake Levers - Tektro mechanical (MT 3.0), Brake Calipers - Tektro Aries mechanical (M300), Rotors - 160mm front & rear, Spokes - Stainless w/ painted black .
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