Diamondback Bicycles Century Sport Road Bicycle
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- New aluminum alloy frame with formed tubes looks great and saves weight
- Enhanced performance geometry fights fatigue
- Shimano Claris dual control integrated shifter/brakes
- FSA tempo compact crankset (50/34T)
- Diamondback Equation SE wheelset with Kenda K196 700x26c tires
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We've designed the Century Sport to remove as many barriers as possible for those on the fence about buying a road bike: from fit to ride quality to accessibility. If you're thinking about joining the ranks of road riders, this bike will make your decision easy. We've completely redesigned these bikes this year, improving their looks, features, and ride quality. Our 7005 aluminum alloy frameset has formed tubes for durability and great power transfer, making it able to perform when called upon.
Size: 52 / SM
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11/32t rear gearing means you can tackle some serious climbs
Lowest cost of entry into the road cycling world with legit components
Purchased to get into road racing and it is definitely usable but, it is usable at best
At about 23 lbs, it is a very lightweight bike for the price range
Unless you're a trained bike mechanic, you'll have to pay to get a setup done right out of the box; front derailleur was way out of wack
Cranks are already making a creaking noise (more money to get this thing setup)
Ride is not the smoothest; hands go numb some times
Seat is pretty uncomfortable for anything longer than 20 miles, even with padded bibs