Specs Per DiamondBack Site: This is from the Diamondback USA site. Diamondback is solely responsible for content and accuracy.
There was a time when every mountain bike was an all-around hardtail. The Line follows in that great tradition — but that doesn’t mean it’s some kind of crusty throwback. We’ve equipped the Line with a cutting-edge frame that’s lightweight yet bomber. Stable under pressure, yet playful when you’re looking to boost a little air or hit that next corner a bit faster than is, strictly speaking, wise.
The Line’s modern frame is dressed out in parts that are just as impressive. A Shimano 1×9 drivetrain lets you blaze through the gears with pinpoint precision every single time. Because we know hard-charging riders gravitate to these progressive trail bikes, we’ve also added a bit more security in the form of a chain guide with roller, a capable SR Suntour XCR 120mm travel fork (with a lock-out for those big climbing days) and powerful hydraulic disc brakes.
Climbs, descents, berms, a bit of jumping: the Line upholds the do-it-all hardtail tradition … without being traditional at all..
NOTE: all info, specs, geo are from the Diamondback USA site. Diamondback is solely responsible for that content accuracy
This Shipment has SPEC UPGRADES at No Extra Charge (Not as shown) : Rear derailler - Shimano Alivio 9 spd, Brakes/Levers - Shimano MT-200 hydraulic, Rims - Diamondback AL-MD35, tubeless ready* (*see FAQ page for tubeless setup info)
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