Specs Per DiamondBack Site: This is from the Diamondback USA site. Diamondback is solely responsible for content and accuracy.
At home on dirt, gravel, and pavement, the Hatch 3 keeps the adventure going when itís time to explore the path less travelled. To give you the ideal balance of stability and easy handling, the Hatch features Progressive Wheel Sizing, using the wheel size that best matches the rider size. A 100mm travel fork and grippy 2.25-inch wide knobby tires help you easily roll over bumps and potholes with confidence. With 21 gear combinations at your fingertips, youíll always find a comfortable pedaling pace, and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes provide great stopping power. Built-in eyelets allow you to mount a rear rack and fenders so you can also use the Hatch as a commuter bike or city bike..
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