Diamondback Adult Edgewood Hybrid Bike

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Diamondback Adult Edgewood Hybrid Bike - Dick's Sporting Goods
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The Diamondback® Adult Edgewood Hybrid Bike delivers a comfortable ride while giving you the power of a road bike. Designed with Sport Hybrid Geometry, the 6061-T6 aluminum frame provides a relaxed pedaling position and durability to take on uneven grounds. Tackle any terrain with a wide range of gears with the Shimano 7-speed drivetrain.
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  • Frame Sizes: 15", 17", 19", 21"
  • Wheel Size: 700c
  • Frame: DB 6061-T6 Aluminum Sport Hybrid Geometry w/ formed tubes, replaceable derailleur Hanger
  • Fork: Sport Comfort suspension 63mm travel
  • Rear Shock: N/A
  • Headset: Threaded 1 1/8"
  • Cranks: Comfort Steel Arm w/chainguard, 28/38/48t
  • Bottom Bracket: Cartridge Type
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano TX51 dual pull, Top swing, 31.8
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano TX-55
  • Cog Set: Shimano 7spd MegaRange Freewheel (14-34t)
  • Shifter: Shimano EF-51 Easyfire 7spd
  • Chain: KMC-Z51
  • Hub (F): 32h Alloy QR
  • Hub (R): 32h Alloy QR
  • Spokes: 14g
  • Rims: 32h SSW700 Double Tunnel Alloy
  • Tires: Kenda Cross 700x40c
  • Brakes: Tektro Alloy Linear
  • Brake Levers: Shimano EF-51
  • Pedals: Diamondback Comfort Platform
  • Handlebar: Steel 50mm Riser
  • Grips: Diamondback Dual Density Comfort Grip
  • Stem: Alloy Adjustable Quill
  • Seat: DB Deluxe Hybrid Double Density Base
  • Seat Post: KindShock Alloy Suspension Post 27.2mm
  • Extras: Owner's manual, Chainstay Protector, Clear Coat, H20 bottle mounts
  • Style: 02-15-3160
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NOTICE: Used Bikes and/or bikes purchased online that have been assembled are non-returnable.

We strongly recommend that a professional bicycle mechanic properly assembles, repairs, and maintains the bicycle. DICK'S Sporting Goods will provide free in-store assembly service by a certified technician for any bicycle purchased on our website or in our stores (proof of purchase required). If you choose to assemble the bicycle yourself, DICK'S Sporting Goods is not responsible for injuries or damages resulting from improper assembly.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 49896816

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 56 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good bike, some issues that can be fixed. I had a 2014 Edgewood that met with a rather unfortunate end, so I got a 2015 Edgewood. There are some subtle differences. The good: It's a darn good bike for the money. You'll pay $200-$300 more for an equivalent Giant, Raleigh, etc hybrid The bar grips. They are indeed comfy for long rides. The frame seems to be pretty solid. The frame and the seat were the only things that survived the 2014's unfortunate end. The OK: 1. the seat... it's big and cushy, and if you aren't going to ride for more than 20-30 minutes it will be OK, but at 30 minutes, my but starts to complain. The seat on the 2014, while visually smaller, is much more comfy for long rides. Believe it or not, less padding is the answer to sore butts, not more. 2. the shifters... I think they are better than the grip shifters some other bikes in this category come with, but they are finicky to tune. Best to have someone who knows what they are doing tune them and they will need tuning out of the box. Another reason to have Dick's or your LBS assemble the bike. 3. the gears... That 14-34T Megarange in the back can be a big bonus if you go up a lot of steep hills, but it also means there are some big gaps between some of the gears. For me, that biggest gear on the back made me feel like I was peddling fast but still going backwards on the hills, and the jumps in pedaling speed when shifting between some gears can be a little jolting. I replaced it with a 14-28T and that made things better. And once you build up a little leg strength, you'll find you don't need that 28T ring anymore, either. OTOH, if you don't mind the gaps, and you don't ride that much, that 34T ring may come in handy on the steep slopes. The bad: The wheels... 1. out of the box, they will need to be trued. Strongly recommend you have your local Dick's or LBS assemble it for you. I purchased a 2014 and then a 2015 (the 2014 met with an accident). on the 2015, both wheels needed to be trued. On the 2014, one wheel needed to be trued and the other was so bad the bike tech replaced it with a wheel from another Edgewood on the showroom floor. 2. But that is not all. The wheels are aluminum, which is light (good), but also soft and flexible (which can be good and bad). When I had my brakes adjusted, I had maybe 45 lbs in the front tire. After the adjustment, thing were fine, but I noticed that the front appeared to be running a bit flat. I pumped the front up to 75psi (they are rated for 85 or 90psi), and the rim walls flexed out enough that the brakes rubbed whenever I turned. 3. On the 2014, I bent a wheel just going over a shallow curb. I wasn't going fast, and the curb was less than an inch tall. Just enough to put a little S-bend in the wheel and tire and rub against the brake every time it came around. I was 15 miles out and had to ride it home that way. I had the extended warranty and Dick's replaced the rim and tire for free. 4. The stock tubes leak air. A small amount of pressure loss over a few days is normal. But I found myself having to add 20 lbs to the rear every other day on the 2015 until I replaced it. And both tubes on the 2014 were that bad until I replaced them. I'd have given it a 4 for quality if it hadn't been for the wheels. It has a good range of gears, Maybe a little too much on the low end for some people. But it is the same setup you see on more expensive bikes. And once you have the wheels trued and replace the tubes, you'll probably be fine as long as you avoid any serious curbs and potholes August 2, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Review Edit/update I did upgrade pedals for $10 in store because stock ones are very slick as other reviews have said. Also Edgewood has click shifting vs twist shift on Wildwood model. Same price...Edgewood is better bike July 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent value!! Super comfortable cruiser for city Purchased LG frame.I am 6 ft 235 lbs. Awesome saddle. Suspension post AND springs...perfect. pic does not show fully adjustable neck post but it does have same style as Wildwood model. Very important to me.fully adjustable in all dimensions. I like to sit upright so my hands don't fall asleep. I almost bought a Specialized for $510 with all same components, glad I didnt. If you cruise city and paved trails this is the one. July 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good service Very nice bike the front wheels were twisted but the took the wheel off a display and it was fine July 3, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent bike, rotten derailers and service I've had this bike for almost a year and while it's a very comfortable rice, the derailers absolutely suck. Changes gear on its own on climbs and I'm shopping for a new bike now. July 2, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very comfortable Very comfortable and good for the price! I would recommend it! June 23, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good comfort; spotty components For the short time owned, the bike proved to be very comfortable and would have been enjoyable to ride if not for the poor quality derailleur components. Brought the bike back to Dick's for adjustment and technician could not fix the problem, resulting in returning the bike for a refund. Given that negative reviews on other sites specifically cite the derailleur as a problem spot, I would not be inclined to buy, or recommend, another Edgewood. Although the price was great, especially given Dick's price match, the value remains questionable given the problems. June 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by I highly recommend the Diamondback Edgewood Hybrid Bike I love my new Diamondback bike. I was reluctant to purchase the Diamondback at first. I'm "old school" and was really leaning towards a Shwinn or Huffy. After talking to a couple different sales rep and doing a little research, I took a leap of faith and purchased the Diamondback Edgewood. It was a cold day in early May when I took my first ride. I was planning on a short ride but the bike was so great I kept going. No looking back now. May 26, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Comfy Bike But Shifter Issue Bike felt great in store. I was ready to buy. Guy comes up to me in store and says he doesn't want to sell me the bike because DERAILER isn't any good and he wanted a new one put on before he sold it to me. Waited 2 days for the new part to be ordered and put on. Get the bike home,give it a good /hard ride, chain slips going from 2nd to 3rd on the front. While riding, the bike shifts good in the back, just not happy with the front gearing ( 1, 2 , 3). Comfort on this bike is 100 percent though! May 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this product. Comfortable ride! Joey was the young man that assembled iur bike and he was FANTASTIC! Very knowledgeable and informative. May 7, 2016
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