Diamondback Bicycles 2016 Women's Vital 2 Complete Hybrid Bike
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- 6061-T6 aluminum frame with Sport Hybrid Geometry for more upright pedaling position is built to last
- Step through frame design makes getting on and off the bike a breeze
- Suspension fork and seat post for added cushioning
- Shimano 21-speed drivetrain provides wide range of gears
- 700c road wheels are efficient and smooth rolling
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Get out, enjoy some fresh air, and gain some fitness on the Vital 2. Sport Hybrid Geometry provides a comfortable, stable ride, and the step-through design makes it easy to ride in street clothes. An adjustable stem lets you customize the height and angle of the handlebars to get a perfect fit. The HL Zoom suspension fork works with the KindShock suspension seatpost to gently smooth out bumps in the road. Three gears up front and seven in the back provide ample gears to get up and down the hills. Wide 700x40c Kenda tires roll efficiently on the pavement and have cornering treads for good grip on gravel paths. The Vital 2 is a low-maintenance bike path companion that's always ready to roll.
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Expect bike assembly to take 30-60 minutes depending on your skill level.
Not comfortable assembling your bike? Please take it to your local bike shop for assistance.
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<p>Designed for pleasure or exercise, the 2016 Diamondback Vital 2 women's sport hybrid comfort bike is as versatile as you need it to be. The DB aluminum frame with Sport Hybrid Geometry is durable, rigid, and designed with a comfortable geometry that keeps you alert yet aggressive in the saddle. The Vital 2 can handle some downhill descents thanks to the Comfort suspension with 63mm of travel for confidence going downhill. The steel handlebar adds even more strength to the front end, and the Diamondback Dual Density Comfort Grips will absorb the bumps in the road so your hands, arms, and back don't have to.</p> <p>The drivetrain features 21 gearing options for climbing, accelerating, and reaching top speeds. The Shimano EF-51 7-speed shifters, Shimano TX51 front derailleur, and Shimano TX-55 rear derailleur make shifting responsive and seamless. And when control is an issue, the Tektro linear brakes will safely slow you down and require minimal adjustment and maintenance.</p> <p>The Vital 2 also features a durable wheelset that can handle the obstacles found on the trails. The SSW700 Double Tunnel aluminum alloy rims and Kenda Cross tires perform well on dirt or pavement, and the comfort saddle and suspension seatpost will put a spring in your step every time you ride. If you're looking for a fitness bike that doubles as a tough cruiser, the 2016 Diamondback Vital 2 women's hybrid is a perfect fit.</p> Features: Aluminum Sport Hybrid is durable, rigid, and designed with an upright, comfortable geometry that keeps you alert yet aggressive in the saddle Comfort suspension with 63mm of travel for confidence going downhill Steel handlebar adds even more strength to the front end, and the DB Kraton grips will absorb the bumps in the road so your hands, arms, and back don't have to Drivetrain offers 21 gearing options SSW700 Double Tunnel aluminum alloy rims and Kenda tires perform well on dirt or pavement
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-very comfortable to ride (the high handle bar and low step bar is fabulous)
-easy to change gears
-people frequently comment that it’s a nice looking bike, which being in a city I worry about (I think the lavender stands out, it’s new, and the peddles and gear box look well made).
-should not have the opinion to assemble yourself. I tried with my boyfriend who is very mechanically skilled, and we still ended up with one break pad upside down (3 hrs later). Our bike shop said they don’t think anyone but pros should put together a bike. It takes them (pros with the equiptment) 30 min, and they know how to balance the breaks, tune the gears, screw in screws with the right amount of friction. Doing it yourself could be dangerous and bad for the bike. Only have someone put it together in person because a lot of the things get unbalanced in transit apparently.
-the gears don’t work well in 6th or 7th + middle speed.
-The shifters are opposite on each side (on the right, the bottom one shifts down, but in the left the bottom one shifts up - unsure if this is normal)
-Accessories add up (kickstand, water bottle holder, lights, bell, splash guards, etc)
Overall, it’s such good value for money (even with extra $150+ for assembly and accessories), I still gave it a 5 star rating.
I will update this review after some time has passed and I have some miles under my belt.