Diamondback Grind Bmx Bike (Grey, 20-Inch)
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- Hi-Ten Remington Steel Frame & Fork with dual cable routing
- LeeChi side-pull front brake and LeeChi rear U-brake with SST DC Amplifier
- SST ORYG detangler
- 48 spoke 20-Inch wheel with alloy rim
- Diamondback signature Darin Reed signature plastic seat
|Frame Material Type||Aluminum|
|Item Weight||35.27 pounds|
|Package Height||8.75 x 21.5 x 45.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||39.7 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
1. You can't use the spinning handlebar function unless you remove the front break setup that the bike comes pre-installed with. To take them off the handlebars, you have to remove the grip, which is a pain. After disassembling the front break system, just set up the rear break system and it's good. There are instructions, however these could have been more customized for this bike; they are for several models - you'll have to wade your way through to understand what you have to do for this bike.
2. The seat is ridiculous. If you are buying this bike, get a new seat. Just look for diamond back bike seats, there are plenty of nice ones on Amazon, reasonably priced. Not a big deal considering the bike is as affordable as it is. Worth more than you are paying.
3. See two, the pedals are plastic and cheap. The quality is definitely devoted to the frame and other parts of the bike. There's no kickstand, so guess what happens to the petals if your kid drops the bike? Yep. Get another set of petals. Like I said in #2, worth it and doesn't injure your pocket book much. Look for diamondback petals, they have black alloy ones that are cheap and look better than the stock ones. At the price of the bike, worth it. I ordered new petals and the seat at the same time as ordering the bike.
4. There are four wheel pegs. Awesome! Thought there would only be two based on the picture. Nope.
5. It comes with stickers already on it! :-( Most of them peel off okay except the orange ones on the top center bar. Had to use goo-off, a ton of dish soap and a rag to get the adhesive left behind from the stickers off, eventually did, but I hate that. They should let you decide if you want the stickers on or not.Read more ›
The bike went together pretty easily, and did include a few of the tools needed to complete assembly. I used my own because I have them and like higher quality hand tools when working on a project. The instructions included were not specific to this bike, more of a glossing over for all the Diamondback products, and this might be a bit of a difficult build for someone not familiar with bicycle maintenance or parts.
Most importantly, my son loves his new bike, and that's what counted to me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The title says it all... I would invest in a better seat though...as the stock seat is a little hard.Published on August 15, 2013 by Garrick T. Herrmann
got for my grandson and he loved it!!! would defiintely order it again. he has had a blast riding it.Published on January 25, 2013 by Ramona Rice
I liked this bike because, it's a nice design and is easy to handle during any time on most terrains. Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by Grind
the seat is hard plastic so you might need a seat cover. Has a design on the frame that you couldn't see in pitcure son loved itPublished on February 14, 2012 by amanda
This is a great first bike for my 8 year old boy. I worked on bikes as a kid and know what I am doing. The front brakes are a little tricky, so I posted pictures to help everyone. Read morePublished on January 30, 2012 by G. Hall