Diamondback Lustre One Women's Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels), Light Blue, Medium/17-Inch
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- Diamondback women's specific 6061-T6 Aluminum MTB/Path frame with fender/rack mounts
- Trail XC 50mm Travel Suspension Fork
- Shimano Revo 7-speed twist shifter
- Alloy Linear Pull Brakes
- 32 spoke 26" wheels with double tunnel alloy rims
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Top Customer Reviews
As for as the bike itself, it is a decent entry level frame that is fairly light weight for this class of bike, it has some nice components on it, such as a quick release seat and quick release front and rear tires and v-style brakes, and the shifters are built into the grips, so no levers to get hung up on, and it also comes with a decent entry level shock absorbing front fork and semi-slick tires. The cranks and chain rings and rear cassette are of low end quality, BUT it will work and last for a number of years, and really ,if that kind of component is something you are worried about, then don't buy an entry level bike.
This is a decent quality bike that will work well for casual riders, and for the money its really just a great deal, especially when you look at what kind of components come with it. As for the people who say the front wheel hits the frame when turning, this is not true, in those cases, they have installed things backwards, which causes that problem, so ignore those reviews and put the thing together properly and you will be fine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I Bought this bike thinking it will be good size for me I am 5'. It still too tall, wouldn't recommend for people under 5'4''.Published on September 6, 2013 by erika
Bought this for the wife and she likes it. She wants to put basket on the handlebars. Whole bike is light and easy to load into bike carrier. Read morePublished on April 28, 2013 by diyperson
Bought this for wife and after first use she complained of the seat quality. So swapped the seats and the bike has held up to weekly use. Read morePublished on June 2, 2012 by Amazon Customer
bought it last week. the front inside corner of the pedals actually hit the front tire when you make a slight turn. what kind of dangerous junk is that?Published on January 7, 2012 by melissa n dallas