Mission Pro
MSRP $6500.00
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Mission Pro

Throw a leg over a Mission Pro 27.5 and you will instantly know you’re on a high-level piece of equipment. Packing 160mm of point-and-shoot full suspension travel, this 27.5” wheeled All Mountain bike wants to tear into rough, steep terrain, looking for hits and drops that would have the amateurs searching for a B-line. The KnuckleBox suspension never backs down, and the Shimano XT disc brakes are on hand to make sure things never get too rowdy. The FOX Float CTD suspension reduces pedal induced motion without compromising small bump compliance. When it comes time to pedal again, this platform will deliver you to the top efficiently and comfortably, so you have more energy for another rip back down.

Highlights

  • Hand built All Mountain 160mm travel 6061-T6 weapons grade aluminum frame with KnuckleBox suspension is super stiff and ultra durable
  • Single-sided hardware on the non drive side of the main pivots for easy service
  • FOX 34 Float CTD Adjust FIT Kashima air fork and Float X rear shock is a staple for all mountain riding
  • SRAM X01 1x11-speed drivetrain is ideal for All Mountain riding
  • Easton Haven wheelset is stiff and light.
  • RaceFace Next Carbon crank and narrowwide rig is the lightest on the market
  • Shimano XT hydraulic disc brakes
Media Hits
  • MAXIM BIKE EMPORIUM: TAME THE TRAIL ON DIAMONDBACK'S MISSION PRO 27.5

    It's mountain biking's big moment. Here's how to make the most of it. Call it the peak rush: more riders are hitting the mountains than ever before. And not just serious cyclists- everyone from celebrities to Silicon Valley entrepreneurs is taking two wheels to the trails.

  • NSMB COVERS THE MISSION PRO – LONG TERM REVIEW

    To Hoon: Hoon is a term used mostly in Australia and New Zealand, to refer to anyone who engages in loutish, anti-social behaviours. In particular it is used to refer to one who drives a car, boat (or mountain bike) in a manner which is anti-social by the standards of contemporary society, i.e. too fast, too noisily or too dangerously.

  • BICYCLING MAG TESTED: DIAMONDBACK MISSION PRO 27.5

    "I never would have said it if I thought it would really happen. Mere seconds after I quipped, “Wouldn’t it be funny if that bike flew off the rack?” a neon orange Diamondback Mission Pro was hovering 20 feet in the air and traveling about 70 mph on I-70 just west of the Colorado/Utah border. Strong, gusty winds had somehow flicked the bike off the top of the roof rack of the van in front of us, and slammed it down on the freeway. (Note: We were on a press trip and it wasn’t my test bike.)

  • MTBR.COM REVIEWS THE DIAMONDBACK MISSION PRO 27.5 ENDURO

    Diamondback Bicycles released their all new Mission Pro earlier this year and we have had the luxury of riding and testing it for the past several months. We were glad to see this new iteration of their Knucklebox suspension design as we had ridden previous versions (with the triangle shaped linkage) and been somewhat underwhelmed by the previous performance. No such worries now, the new Mission Pro 27.5 is legit and delivers for the rider worthy of really pushing the limits. This is the bike that will help Diamondback build its core mountain bike following up.

  • BIKE MAGAZINE REVIEW'S THE MISSION PRO 27.5

    Reshaped for the Mission, the new Knucklebox provides the same buttery suspension feel we love in a tighter package. At nearly 32 pounds, you’d expect the 160-millimeter Mission Pro to putter along, sucking the life out of the poor soul pedaling it. Actually, the Mission wears its weight well, scooting up climbs and through undulating trail with surprising ease for a bike designed for downs.

  • FIRST LOOK: DIAMONDBACK MISSION PRO

    We spent an entire day doing lift-served runs at Angel Fire, and the bike was agile and deft even on the steepest, burliest terrain. It isn’t an especially plush ride. The suspension feels hard-edged, like it’s tuned to race. We suppose this makes sense in a way given that the Mission is aimed at the enduro market. And in the end, an aggressive, stiff-feeling bike is generally a good thing when slamming through meaty roots and long rock fields.

  • SPRING MIGRATION MISSION

    They have taken the triangulated Kuncklebox of old and redesigned it to allow the shock to be moved forward in the frame, so that it now connects to the bike’s downtube instead of the old top tube mount.

Size Guide
Size15.5" Small17" Medium19" Large21" XLarge
Seat Tube Length **15.0"17.0"19.0"21.0"
Standover Height30.0"30.5"31.5"32.0"
Top Tube Length *22.0"23.0"24.0"25.0"
Stack589.0mm589.0mm604.0mm622.0mm
Reach380.0mm404.0mm416.0mm430.0mm
Head Tube Length105.0mm105.0mm120.0mm140.0mm
Head Angle66.5°66.5°66.5°66.5°
Seat Angle73.0°73.0°73.0°73.0°
Chain Stay Length451.0"451.0"451.0"451.0"
Fork Offset44.0mm44.0mm44.0mm44.0mm
BB Height342.0"342.0"342.0"342.0"
BB Drop2.0mm2.0mm2.0mm2.0mm
Stem Length50.0mm50.0mm50.0mm50.0mm
Handlebar Width785.0mm785.0mm785.0mm785.0mm
Crank Length170.0mm175.0mm175.0mm175.0mm
Seat Post Length420.0mm420.0mm420.0mm420.0mm
* Measured Horizontally** Measured from Center
 

Diamondback Bicycles - Mission Technology

Specs
Sizes 15.5" Small  17" Medium  19" Large  21" XLarge 
Frame Mission All Mountain 27.5, 160mm 6061-T6 Weapons Grade Aluminum w/Hydroformed Top Tube, Butted / Formed Down Tube / Seatstays, Under Arch Seatstay bridge, Tapered Head Tube Knuckle Box Technology, ISCG 05, 142x12mm E-Thru Axle Drop out
Fork Fox 34 Float CTD adjust FIT, Kashima, 160mm travel, w/ ext. rebound, butted Alloy 1.5 Tapered steerer, 34mm Easton aluminum stanchions, magnesium lowers, w/QR15mm Thru Axle
Rear Shock Fox Float X, CTD adjust, Kashima, "LV" eyelet, 8.5x2.5" Air, DB Mission Spec, w/rebound adj, w/Climb, Trail, Descend, w/3 levels pedal platform
Headset FSA No57 Taper 1.5 / 1 1/8" Alloy cups, Sealed Cartridge
Cranks Raceface Next SL 30T, NarrowWide Single Ring
Bottom Bracket Raceface Outboard Bearing
F. Derailleur
R. Derailleur SRAM X01 X-Horizon, Type 2 11spd
Shifter SRAM X01 11spd trigger (rear only)
Cogset SRAM XG-1195 XO 11spd Cassette (10-42t)
Chain SRAM PC-XX1 Power Link
Brakes Shimano XT M785 Hydraulic Disc, Rotors - XT ICE 6-bolt, 180mm Front/180mm Rear
Brake Levers Shimano XT M785 with reach adj
Front Hub Easton HAVEN 24h, 15mm Thru Axle, Alloy Sealed Cartridge Bearing Disc
Rear Hub Easton HAVEN 24h, 142x12 Thru Axle, Alloy Sealed Cartridge Bearing Disc, SRAM Compatable 11spd Driver, w/ Shimano E-thru QR Axle
Spokes Easton SAPIM butted Spokes
Rims Easton HAVEN 24h, 27.5" Clincher - UST
Tires Schwalbe Hans Dampf 27.5x2.35, folding, tubeless ready, snakeskin sidewall, TSC compound
Handlebar Raceface Atlas 785mm riser bar 31.8mm
Grips DB4L "Lock on" 135mm Kraton
Stem Raceface Atlas,50mm 31.8mm
Seatpost RockShox Reverb Stealth Dropper 30.9mm
Seat DB Race M-series saddle w/hollow ti alloy rails
Colors Rocket Red
Extras Knuckle Box Shock Pump, , Owner’s manual / Mission owner's manual cover, Chainstay Protector, H20 bottle mounts
Note Specifications Subject to Change
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