Line 24

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A bike they can grow with, the Line 24 is a junior version of our do-anything hardtail mountain bike. Equipped to handle the abuse of real mountain bike trails and the bumps and bruises that come from daily use around the neighborhood.

It's made from the same 6061 aluminum alloy as our full-size bikes so it's practically indestructible. An SR Suntour fork performs like the big guys' bikes, giving your ripper-to-be 80mm of front suspension travel. The 24" wheels are stiff and stable, and shod with aggressive 2.35" wide Kenda tires: perfect for tearing up the woods. Disc brakes and a wide-range SRAM 1×8 drivetrain are real performance features, reinforcing that the Line 24 is a legit mountain bike -only smaller.

Frame 6061 Alloy Jr Frame, Formed Tubing, Disc Specific w/ Replacable Hanger
Fork SR Suntour XCT JR 24", 80mm Travel, 28mm Stanchion, Alloy Lowers, w/ Preload Adjust
Headset A-Head 1 1/8"
Cranks Alloy Arm, 32T Steel Ring, 155mm
Bottom Bracket Sealed Cartridge
Front Derailleur Upper Chain Guide, 34.9 OD
Rear Derailleur SRAM X3 8 Speed
Shifter SRAM X4 8 Speed
Cogset SRAM PG820, 8 Speed, 11-32T
Chain KMC Z51
Front Hub 32h Alloy w/ CNC Disc Mount
Rear Hub 32h Alloy Cassette w/ CNC Disc mount
Spokes 14g
Rims 32h Diamondback SL-7 Doublewall
Tires Kenda Kinetics, 24x2.35"
Brakes Tektro Aries Mechanical Disc w/ 160mm Rotors
Brake Levers Tektro 2 finger Alloy Linear w/ reach Adjust
Pedals DB4L Resin
Handlebar Diamondback "Pro Bar" 720mm Wide
Grips DB4L 135mm Kraton
Stem Diamondback "Shortie", 45mm Reach, 31.8 Bar Bore
Seat DB Sync'r Jr. Saddle
Seatpost Alloy Micro Adjust 27.2mm
Extras Owner's Manual
Bike Weight 27 lb 11 oz (no pedals)
Accessories 6061 Alloy Jr Frame, Formed Tubing, Disc Specific w/ Replacable Hanger
Bike Size Boys/24" / Rider Height: Age 8-12 54" - 62"
Seat Tube Length 318mm
Stand Over Height 648mm
Top Tube Length 495mm
Stack
Reach
Head Tube Length 105.41mm
Head Angle 69°
Seat Angle 71°
Wheel Base 962.66mm
Chain Stay Length 409.956mm
Fork Offset 40mm
BB Drop
Stem Length 50mm
Handlebar Width 719.836mm
Crank Length 165mm
Seat Post Length 299.72mm

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Awesome kids bike

Review by Gianfranco
Overall Quality

Well, I feel in need to write this review due to the great experience I had with DB.
This bike was bought as a second purchase. I bought this bike for my son so he can ride with me on a better bike than the one he had. The delivery of the bike was fantastic, in less than 24 hours, REALLY! this bike was delivered to my door, that was amazing, take that Amazon!
The bike has a light frame, the color is dark blue with some decals in the form of a hook, I think this bike mimics the Hook line adult version. The bars and seat are great, and yeah I know that there will be complaining about the seat but I will just push him to work hard for his butt to get fit. Bars are wide enough for a kid, my son is 9 and he looked having a good posture to ride. Now the grips, I can care less, they are the cheap version of grips but I plan to change them, don't get caught in this component! The shifter is amazing, SRAMX4 is easy on my kid's thumb, a so much needed upgrade from the awful twist shifter. it does the job done with no hesitation, easy to push in both levers, no need to push hard, just hard enough to make it shift, it also has an indicator of the gear he is at. Also it has the function to go from a high gear to a low gear holding down the lever, making it amazingly convenient if you need to switch gears while climbing. The derailleur is an SRAM X4, robust an it seems like can take some hard punches in the trail, it's smooth and quiet, great combination with the cassette 1x8. The chain ring is okay, mimics again the set ups of 1X11 or 1X9 of entry level bikes from DB. I think the drive train in this bike is good for kids. If you want to know more about SRAM I suggest that you do your homework and research the brand and the groups they offer. The tires are good, it's impressive that they use a 2.35 wide for a kid bike, the rims are DB brand, I had the same type in my entry level bike and they deliver a good experience. Hubs are good also, entry level but that's the intend of this bike. Now, the fork is a SR Suntour, this is a coil suspension, with preload adjustment. I have abused the one in my other bike in every trail and opportunity I have had and still the fork is good, don't expect too much from it, if you want better performance you will need to upgrade it to something better, if the bike's frame allows it. I'm okay with the fork, I don't expect my kid doing dirt jump any time soon. Tektro brakes are basic mechanical disc brakes, they provide the power to stop that it's needed in this bike, the brake levers are very basic, the adjustments are kind a of a pain but they work but they are much better that the pads to the rim.

Overall, I gave this bike a 5 stars since it's well built, with components that are found in other adult entry level bikes, and the price was a great part of the deal.

(Posted on 1/27/2018)