Diamondback Century Road Bike

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MSRP : $1800.00

Product Description

  • Heat Treated Double Butted Aluminum Touring Frame
  • Aluminum Fork w/ threadless 1 1/8" steerer tube
  • Shimano Shifters / Tiagra Rear Derailleur
  • Tektro Mini Linear brakes
  • Alex DC-19 Double Wall Rims
  • Truvativ Touro Crankset
  • D2 Gel Saddle
  • DB Dual Density Ergo shaped grips

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First road bike; Trek 1.1 or Diamondback Century 2?

I've had a lot of advice and suggestions, all appreciated. I've got my choices narrowed to 2. Trek 1.1 with Shimano Claris components or a Diamondback Century 2 with Shimano 105 components. Having ridden a few road bikes the 105 feels considerably smoother, though the bike was a cannondale caad 1 ... Read More »

How close to "ready" am I for a century?

There's century ride next Spring that I want to participate in. The normal century is 96 miles/4,800ft and the metric is 62 miles/2,300ft. I ride road and mountain. Most of my mountain bike rides are 2-4 hours with 2,000-5,000ft of climbing, 15-35 miles. Most of my road bike rides are 1-2 hours ... Read More »

Articles of interest for those riding the Seacoast Century this coming weekend

Here are links to a couple of articles from today's Foster's Daily Democrat regarding last year's crash and safety. The long range weather forecast is looking good, and I'm hoping the participants have an enjoyable and safe ride this year. [url=http://www.fosters.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article? ... Read More »

Comparing Mammoth Fall Century and SLOBC Wildflower

Fellow Centurians, Did my first Mammoth Fall Century the other day and it was one of the best supported rides ever. It did however kick my ass but good. I do the SLOBC Wildflower every year and they have the same elevation gain but the Mammoth seemed so much harder. I know that their is elevation di ... Read More »

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