520 Grando is a steel adventure bike made for off-road excursions. This "gravel randonneuring" bike's nimble, streamlined setup and rugged parts spec is perfect for bikepacking and gravel riding. It's right for you if... You're always planning your next bikepacking or gravel riding escape. You want a versatile steel bike that's made to last and built for adventure on roads less traveled. The tech you get A terrain-smoothing chromoly steel frame, alloy disc fork with a ThruSkew captured quick release skewer, wide-range Shimano 2x10 drivetrain that's great for climbing, a Shimano GRX rear derailleur for smooth shifting even on rough terrain, Bontrager tubeless ready wheels, wide, all-surface tires, an included front rack, and all-weather mechanical disc brakes. The final word Steel is real, and that's only part of what makes 520 Grando the perfect expedition rig. It's nimble, spec'd with off-road ready parts, and ready to rip gravel and light trails in the name of adventure. Why you'll love it - It’s everything you love about 520, just outfitted for off-road and rough-road excursions - ThruSkew captured quick-release skewer gives you added retention security and ease of use out on the open road - The GRX rear derailleur gives you better chain retention and smooth, reliable shifting on rough terrain - 520 Grando is built to hold up, and it's super reliable over the long haul - There's no better way to see the world than from the saddle, and this is the bike that answers your wanderlust
Potholes, fire roads … this favorite aluminum model says, “Bring it on.” We’re proud of all our aluminum Haanjo models for their capabilities as road bikes with mountain bike attitude. The Diamondback Haanjo 4, however, ups the ante considerably. We took our aluminum frame and added thru-axles front and rear to give it even more precise handling. Next, we added a carbon fork, which pushes the mute button on rough chip-and-seal roads and washboard sections of trail. The component package includes TRP Spyre C Flat Mount Mechanical Disc brakes and drivetrain components for performance, weight savings, and durability. HED Tomcat Disc wheels and grippy WTB Riddler 700x37c tires roll smoothly on pavement but can take plenty of abuse off-road. Potholes, fire roads, wherever you choose to go … the Haanjo 4 says, “Bring it on.” - 6061-T6 aluminum alloy frame with Endurance Geometry for worry-free durability and all-day riding comfort. Rear thru-axle reduces lateral frame flex - DB Gravel Performance full-monocoque carbon fork with 12mm thru axle smooths road chatter - Shimano GRX400, 10 speed, gives you a gear for any terrain - Powerful TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes and fatter tires makes this a truly capable bike - HED Tomcat Disc wheelset is quick and takes a pounding
A "road bike" that can handle so much more than "road riding." Your next bike shouldn't limit you—it should open up a world of new possibilities. Enter the Haanjo 3, a bike that can handle any kind of road—paved or not—that calls your name. We equipped the Haanjo 3 with a butted and formed aluminum frame that delivers a great balance of comfort and durability. Our Endurance Geometry is also designed to place you in a more comfortable position that's perfect for both long rides and rough roads. The Shimano Sora 2×9-speed drivetrain provides ample gearing for those long hauls, and our Gravel Disc alloy fork keeps the steering pinpoint-precise without adding extra weight to the mix. Where can you ride the Haanjo 3? Wherever you want. There are no limits with this one.
It's like we rolled several good bikes into a single, amazing model. Most of us don't have the space to assemble a massive quiver of bikes. Then again, versatility is appealing. And, if you own the Diamondback Haanjo 2, you don't actually need a quiver of bikes. Hoping to hit the road on a touring bike? Load up your gear with the Haanjo 2's front and rear rack mounts. Want a fast, reliable commuter bike? We've included fender mounts to keep you riding into work when the clouds roll in and send less intrepid types scurrying for their minivans. With wide, 700x38c, reflective-sidewall tires to smooth out rough roads, the Haanjo 2 is also a fun and capable road bike in its own right—quick and snappy, yet comfortable on all-day rides.
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