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Diamondback Haanjo Metro Complete Bike - 2016

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Item # DMB003U

Ditch the car.

Investing in a commuting bike can be tricky — after all, you know it's going to face more abuse than your regular road bike does, and you need it to be easy to navigate when you're traveling with a backpack or other gear. If you aren't sold on making a steep investment in a bike you're going to take through crowded city streets, the Diamondback Haanjo Metro Complete Bike makes an accessible, dependable companion to get you from home to work and back again.

Diamondback crafts the Haanjo Metro's frame out of 6061-T6 aluminum, a treated version of the metal with an ideal blend of lightness and strength. The frame is complemented with an Urban Disc steel fork for solid, reliable steering along bike lanes, across chip seal, and through hectic intersections. While you're navigating traffic and shouldering a pack, the Haanjo Metro's Endurance Geometry will allow you to pedal in a more relaxed position than traditional road frames, with included flat handlebars helping the cockpit feel less aggressive.

Whether your commute includes miles of rolling hills or block after block of flat roads, the Haanjo Metro's Shimano Acera one-by, nine-speed drivetrain will give you the gear ratios you need to get where you’re going more affordably than pricier drivetrains better suited to recreational road riding. For the days when you aren't riding under cloudless, sunny skies, Diamondback built the Haanjo Metro with Tektro mechanical disc brakes to make sure you have reliable stopping power in less-than-ideal road conditions, even while laden with the extra weight of groceries or a semester's worth of text books. Paired with the 700c x 42mm tires, you end up with a bike that you won't be afraid to take out on the days most people would hop in their cars.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
6061-T6 aluminum
Fork:
DB Urban Disc
Fork Material:
steel
Headset:
1-1/8 in FSA IS-3E Integrated Drop-in ACB
Front Derailleur:
n/a
Rear Derailleur:
Shimano Acera (9-speed)
Crankset:
38 t
Bottom Bracket:
sealed cartridge
Cassette:
11 - 34 t Shimano HG309
Chain:
KMC Z99
Brakeset:
Tektro Aires
Brake Type:
mechanical disc
Rotors:
160 mm, 140 mm
Handlebar:
DB Flat Bar
Handlebar Width:
640 mm
Grips:
DB4L 135mm Kraton
Stem:
DB 3D Forged, +/-7deg rise 31.8
Seatpost:
DBR Performance
Hubs:
32-hole
Tires:
Schwalbe Citizen
Tire Size:
700 c x 42 mm
Extras:
chainstay protector, water bottle mounts
Recommended Use:
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime on frame

sizing chart

Haanjo size by rider height

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Geometry chart

Diamondback

Geometry Chart

 

Haanjo
 

Seat Tube

(c-t)

Effective Top Tube

(eTT)

Stack

(S)

Reach

(R)

Stand Over

Head Tube

(HT)

Head Tube Angle

(HT°)

Seat Tube Angle

(ST°)

Bottom Bracket Drop

(BBD)

Chainstay

(CS)

Wheelbase
50cm 50.0cm 52.5cm 54.6cm 37.6cm 75.1cm 13.0cm 70.0° 75.0° 6.5cm 43.0cm 102.4cm
53cm 53.0cm 54.0cm 57.3cm 37.5cm 78.1cm 15.5cm 71.0° 74.0° 6.5cm 43.0cm 102.2cm
56cm 56.0cm 56.0cm 59.3cm 37.8cm 80.7cm 17.5cm 71.0° 73.0° 6.5cm 43.0cm 103.2cm
59cm 59.0cm 58.0cm 62.0cm 39.0cm 83.6cm 20.0cm 72.0° 73.0° 6.5cm 43.0cm 104.3cm

Geometry Chart

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Great bike for the pricepoint

    This is my first bike in 16 years and it was a fantastic investment for the price. I use it as my in-town/commute to work/bar bike. The aluminum frame feels very solid and is super light.
    Since I'm not trying to be a racing champion or climb huge mountain roads or anything like that, the 1x9 gear configuration is absolutely perfect for anything that I ever do on this bike.

    My only complaint is that the stock pedals that it comes with were pretty small and felt kind of cheap so I replaced them with some larger and more grippy ones.

    Can't beat it

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    For the price, you can't beat this bike. DB advertises it as a do anything, gravel, light trail, commuter, etc. bike While I wouldn't take it on anything much more than a gravel/fire road, I'll admit it feels plenty sturdy. My main use is commuting, and at $700 retail there's not reason to not add it to your quiver. I live in SLC where hills are plentiful, depending on where you live. Previously I was using a single speed which was usually fine, but there are times where I A) want a lower gear going up hill or B) want a higher gear for hauling ass when it's flat. The 1x9 configuration on this has the PERFECT range of gears for where I live. The more upright position is comfortable, the disc brakes are solid and so far all of my expectations have been met. The beefier wheels are way better than my traditional 25mm single speed wheels, making me a little more confident after a few drinks. Oh, I also love the option of being able to add panniers and fenders.