The 2015 Recoil Full Suspension mountain bike from Diamondback is a simple and highly functional complete bike, which will help you tackle a variety of rough terrain with extreme ease.
This trail bike has simple features with incredible function that will leave you in awe when you are riding out and about. I have added an extensive diamondback recoil 29er mountain bike review to clear all of your confusions on Diamondback Recoil.
The Recoil mountain bike is packed with fantastic features and components, such as a single pivot design, sealed cartridge bearings, 4 inches of suspension travel, a 6061-T6 aluminum frame, and 29-inch wheels. When all of these components are in play, you get a smooth ride, durable performance, simple maneuverability, light weight, and enjoyable riding.
So if you are looking to overcome rocks, roots and bumps with ease, then this trail, ready bike is right for you. Read on for some more information on the 2015 Recoil.
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Features of The Diamondback Bicycles 2015 Recoil Full Suspension Mountain Bike
The Diamondback 2015 Recoil is outfitted with plenty of features that are meant to make your mountain biking more enjoyable, and that is why we are going to go through these features below.
Easy Gearing and Braking
When it comes to the gearing and shifting components of the 2015 Recoil mountain bike, Shimano reigns supreme. Components included in this complete mountain bike are an 8-speed Shimano drivetrain, a Shimano Altus dual pull front derailleur, a Shimano Acera 8-speed rear derailleur, and SR Suntour cranks for consistent shifting at high speeds and on steep hills.
All of these components result in reliable, smooth and responsive shifting action, in all terrains and in all conditions.
When you are not taking advantage of the 24 gearing options on the 2015 Recoil mountain bike, you can take advantage of the dependable Tektro Aires mechanical disc brakes that will work in all weather conditions. Either way, the components of the 2015 Recoil mountain bike will leave you covered at all times.
When Shimano is not reigning supreme, alloy is shinning. The 2015 Recoil boasts of numerous alloy components, like pedals, handlebars, a stem, a seatpost and rims. These alloy parts all work seamlessly to give you the lightest possible bike weight, while ensuring precision, power and strength is maintained throughout.
Great Frame and Suspension
I can assume that you know that the frame and suspension on any mountain bike is extremely important, and thankfully, I can tell you that the frame and suspension of the 2015 Recoil full suspension bike is of top quality.
This 29er has a lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum frame which has been built by hand, and a SR Suntour XCT suspension fork with 100mm travel. This full-suspension machine can easily tackle rough trails riddled with rocks, roots, logs, deep mud, boulders, steep declines and streams, with a Kindshock coil rear shock that will absorb all the resulting jolts.
The suspension and fork are supported by large 29 inch wheels that can roll over any obstacle without resistance, making for a highly enjoyable ride.
Specs ofthe Diamondback Bicycles 2015 Recoil Full Suspension
- Sizes are 16 inches, 18 inches, 20 inches
- Frame is DB Recoil, 6061-T6 aluminum trail with 4 inch travel, machined formed tube, and butted down tube
- Fork is SR XCT with 100mm travel
- Front derailleur is Shimano Altus M310 dual pull
- Rear derailleur is Shimano Acera M360 8-speed
- Shifter is Shimano Altus M310 8-speed Rapidfire
- Brakes are Tektro Aires mechanical disc brakes
- Cranks are SR Suntour XCC T202
- Bottom bracket is sealed cartridge
- Rims are 29 inch DB SL7 32h double-wall
- Tires are 29 inches by 2.25 inches Schwalbe Rapid Rob
- Cassette is Shimano HG31 8-speed cassette
- Handlebar is DB SL318b
- Pedals are DB Toe Clip Compatible Platform
- Seat is DB race saddle
- Chain is KMC Z82
- Spokes are 14g black stainless steel
- Attractive bike design
- Smooth to ride
- Seat is adjustable
- Gear box positioning is ideal
- Great price
- Great handlebar control
- Assembly instructions are difficult to understand
- Mechanical brakes make noise
- Components are lower grade when compared to competitors
As you can see, the 2015 Recoil full suspension mountain bike is Diamondback’s gift to us this New Year. With its sturdy build, light frame and body, durable components, large wheels and smooth suspension, this mountain bike can tackle the rockiest of trails and the dense forest pathways with complete ease.
Though there are several drawbacks attributed to this bike, the 2015 Recoil manages to provide a memorable experience for every entry-level rider.