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Diamondback Bicycles Cobra Youth Mountain Bike
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|Bike Type||Mountain Bike|
|Age Range (Description)||9 - 12 years|
|Wheel Size||24 Inches|
|Specific Uses For Product||Trail|
|Special Feature||21 speed, Mountain bike|
|Number of Speeds||21|
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- Shimano Tourney 3x7 speed drivetrain has 21 speeds, allowing small riders to conquer dirt trails
- Hl Zoom 40mm travel fork soaks up rocks and roots just like on a bike for Big kids
- Linear pull brakes have adjustable-reach levers to keep them safe and in control
- 24" model fits riders 53”-62” tall, aged approximately 8-12 years old.
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A great first mountain bike...
We don't know where it comes from, but your kid's undying love of dirt is a common — and treatable — condition. The Cobra 24 can help. It's a great first mountain bike, helping to bridge the gap to adult bikes. The 24-inch wheels roll over obstacles without being too big to handle, and 21 gears and a suspension fork allow small riders to conquer dirt trails. With a durable steel frame and tough wheels, it's the cure for satisfying your little dirt maniac. This model fits riders 53”-62” tall, aged approximately 8-12 years old.
- DB Hi-Ten steel frame
- Shimano 3x7 speed drivetrain
- HL Zoom 40mm travel fork
- Linear pull brakes
Shimano Tourney 3x7 speed drivetrain
21 speeds allow small riders to conquer dirt trails.
HL Zoom 40mm travel fork
Soaks up rocks and roots just like on a bike for big kids.
Linear pull brakes with reach adjust
Adjustable levers keep kids safe and in control.
We don't know where it comes from, but your kid's undying love of dirt is a common - and treatable - condition. The Cobra 24 can help. It's a great first mountain bike, helping to bridge the gap to Adult bikes. The 24-inch wheels roll over obstacles without being too big to handle, and 21 gears and a suspension fork allow small riders to conquer dirt trails. With a durable steel frame and tough wheels, it's the cure for satisfying your little dirt Maniac. The 24" model fits riders 53"-62" Tall, aged approximately 8-12 years old.
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1. Came with grip shifters instead of triggershifters as labeled and pictured. After reading reviews, contacted seller and they confirmed trigger shifters. Also, the left pedal arm (reverse thread) had a stripped thread seat-- you could literally see it sticking off. We ultimately managed to get the pedal on after days (see#3) of my son waiting to use the bike.
2. After the sale, Amazon agreed to take return, but we just wanted to get the shifters replaced. For the price of the bike the shipping wasn't worth it and we want to be responsible in helping keep the marketplace sound. My son loved it and by the time we were frustrated enough to ship it back, he had used it quite a bit.
3. It was horrible trying to get a hold of the manufacturer, they even have an online retailer dept. Multiple phone calls, only a secretary answered and wasn't sure who to send us to. Left voice msgs for several places, online email and contact forms, complete dead end. No interest in helping. Diamondback/Accell have a black mark in my book.
And to imagine we bought from an American based company.
Really high quality, looks beautiful paint. My son was very pleased. Comes in bike box and was not damaged in spite of being shipped, good protection. Great design b/c seat can be very low so they get used to being higher off the ground. Had no issues with the assembly or adjustment process. For those who don't know how to work on bikes, I'd recommend to just go to bike store and pay $300 for a bike that someone else had assembled. For those who know a bit and want to save the assembly cost, this is a great option to get a quality bike for less.
I have special bike tools to assemble/disassemble bikes and I didn't need any of them for this bike build. They include the wrench for the pedals, etc. They also have a bike assembly guide, which I didn't read. Bought a girl version for my daughter had had same great experience.
We are very disappointed with manufacturer about this misleading information and Amazon not catching it up.
I’m not going to return it because I already payed for assembly . I am not satisfied with this bike . And I don’t recommend.