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Diamondback Haanjo Complete Bike $0.00
Sure, racing is fun, and we know all too well that you spend hours and hours training to go fast. But, we ask this all the same, why not take some time to rediscover the fun of riding on two wheels? Throw your training plan out the window for a few days a month and discover the roads less traveled. The Diamondback Haanjo Bike enables this free-spirited thinking.
First and foremost, the things to think about when designing a gravel road bike are stability and endurance. After all, gravel is tricky. It zaps energy from your legs and beats up your core. Add ruts into the equation, and you'll quickly be wishing for a comfortable bike. The Haanjo features Diamondback's Enhanced Performance Geometry, which features a slightly higher head tube in order to reduce strain on your lower back while you're stretched over the hoods. This also improves the fit for riders with less flexibility and pelvic rotation. The 70-degree head tube is even more slack than most cyclocross bikes, which creates more stability and easier handling.
The frame itself was constructed from 6061-T6 butted aluminum. What's a butted frame? Well, when tubes are butted, rather than featuring a continuous wall thickness, the ends of the tubes are given varying widths. This, in turn, creates a stronger frame. And although it sounds counter-intuitive to remove metal in order to increase strength, frames usually fail at the joints, and butted construction decreases the stress concentration in the joints. And when you factor in Diamondback's Carbon Disc Road fork, you have the perfect gravel road bike. But, not wanting the Haanjo Comp to be a one-trick pony, Diamondback also added rack and fender mounts. So, the Haanjo is completely ready for either commuting, or touring.
Now, because Diamondback knows that not every ride is or should be a race, it designed the Haanjo with a component package that's both durable and capable of withstanding the daily rigors. Shifting is handled by Shimano's nine-speed Sora shifters and derailleurs, while drivetrain duties are controlled by a 46/36t FSA Gossamer Cross Mega Exo crankset, a KMC Z99 chain, and a 11-30t Tiagra HG-50 cassette. Meanwhile, Avid BB5 disc brakes and 160mm front/140mm rear rotors ensure powerful stopping power. At the cockpit, you'll find Diamonback's DBR and DB components for the handlebar, stem, and seatpost, with a WTB Silverado Comp saddle perched on top. Add to this rack and fender mounts, and room for larger tires, and it becomes clear that the Haanjo is a very capable rig. Cross bike? Kind of. The perfect commuter? Perhaps. Long distance comfortable rides? Most certainly.
The Diamondback Haanjo Complete Bike is available in the color Yellow and in four sizes from 50 to 59cm.
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