Century

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Century

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The Century incorporates cutting edge technologies and features at an affordable price. The redesigned frame uses our Enhanced Performance Geometry, and custom formed and butted aluminum tubes come standard. This results in a ride that's the best of both worlds, compliant and smooth without compromising performance. The component group we chose is up to the task, too: Tektro disc brakes and an 18 speed Shimano drivetrain make this bike stand out even more in its category. For beginning roadies or those who prefer a fatigue-fighting upright riding posture, the Century is an easy choice.

Frame DBR Road Disc, Custom Fully Butted 7005 Series Alloy, Enhanced Performance Geometry (EPG), Formed Top Tube, w/ Integrated Headtube and Flat Mount Disc Brake Tab
Fork DBR Podium SPF Airformed Alloy, Bladed Legs, 1.5" Alloy Taper Steerer Tube, w/ Flat Mount Disc Tab
Headset FSA NO.42, Sealed Cartridge for Tapered Headtube
Cranks Shimano Sora FC-3550 Compact, 50/34T
Bottom Bracket Shimano Outboard Bearing
Front Derailleur Shimano Sora FD-3500, 31.8mm Band Clamp
Rear Derailleur Shimano Sora RD-R3000, 9 Speed
Shifter Shimano Sora ST-3500 Dual Control, 2x9 Speed
Cogset Shimano HG200 Cassette, 9 Speed, 11-32T
Chain KMC Z99, 9 Speed
Front Hub 28h Alloy w/ CNC Disc Mount
Rear Hub 28h Alloy w/ CNC Disc Mount, Cassette
Spokes 14g Stainless Steel
Rims 28h Equation R, Doublewall
Tires Michelin Dynamic Sport, 700x28c
Brakes Tektro Lyra Flat Mount Mechanical Disc, w/ 160mm Front / 140mm Rear Rotors
Brake Levers Shimano Sora ST-3500
Pedals Wellgo Alloy Road
Handlebar HED Tour Flat Top Drop Bar, 31.8 Bar Bore
Grips EVA Cork w/ Gel
Stem HED Tour Stem, +/-7° Rise, 31.8mm Bar Bore
Seat DBR Performance Road
Seatpost HED Tour, 27.2mm
Extras Owner's Manual, Assembly Guide, Bottle Cages, Tool Kit
Bike Weight 22.11 lbs
Accessories DBR Road Disc, Custom Fully Butted 7005 Series Alloy, Enhanced Performance Geometry (EPG), Formed Top Tube, w/ Integrated Headtube and Flat Mount Disc Brake Tab
Bike Size S/52cm / Rider Height: 5'4" - 5'7"
Seat Tube Length 490mm 510mm 530mm 550mm 570mm
Stand Over Height 767mm 788mm 807mm 830mm 851mm
Top Tube Length 530mm 545mm 560mm 575mm 590mm
Stack 558mm 572mm 591mm 609mm 627mm
Reach 375mm 372mm 378mm 388mm 392mm
Head Tube Length 145mm 160mm 180mm 200mm 220mm
Head Angle 72° 72.8° 73° 73° 73°
Seat Angle 74° 73.3° 73° 73° 72.5°
Wheel Base 991mm 987mm 997mm 1013mm 1022mm
Chain Stay Length 415mm 415mm 415mm 415mm 415mm
Fork Offset 47.5mm 47.5mm 47.5mm 47.5mm 47.5mm
BB Drop 72.5mm 70mm 70mm 67.5mm 67.5mm
Stem Length 90mm 100mm 100mm 110mm 120mm
Handlebar Width 400mm 420mm 420mm 440mm
Crank Length 170mm 170mm 175mm 175mm 175mm
Seat Post Length 350mm 350mm 350mm 350mm 350mm

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Great road bike

Review by JohnPaul
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I love it so far - lightweight, good looking, and good quality components.

(Posted on 10/9/2017)

Awesome bike

Review by Mark
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Ok first of all let me tell you about the size of these bikes, they give you a height range, but make sure you check top tube height. I bought based on height and after putting it together, i found out that with the seat post all the way down was just a tad too tall for me. Check stand over height and get the smaller frame that you can straddle safely, so from M i went to the 5'4-5'7 S size frame and i'm 5'9. The M frame just didn't fit me with the stand over height which might be ok but pedal length was a tad long and reach was a tad long. So check those specs before you buy. You really don't want to repack a bike like i did.

Now onto the bike itself. I've been buying Diamondback bikes for over 10 years, first just hardtails, my last bike was a recoil comp and now this Century. When i look at Diamondback bikes, the quality and frame construction design keeps getting better, the quality looks just so awesome now. The paint on the Century is amazing and the new logo on the top is awesome looking and modern. This dark silver metallic paint with a red metallic on the fork looks amazing. The frame design just looks so heavy duty and modern for a road bike, but when you pick this up it's like air, so light so the shimano sora components aren't that bad. The bike comes assembled except for handlebar, pedals, and front rim and seat post. So putting it together is super simple, dont be afraid to ship to your house. This bike needed some brake adjustment as the disc brakes wouldn't stop the bike as they were, which is weird as i have tektro on my recoil comp and the work awesome there. So the option to ship to a bike shop is a nice touch as well. Overall though, all the shimano sora components and frame and rims just make the bike look expensive. Dont miss this sale, it's nice to get a new bike, but it's even nicer when you get it a good deal on it as well!

(Posted on 8/23/2017)

Great Triathlon Bike

Review by Billy B
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I signed up for a triathlon thinking I would borrow or rent a bike but found the Century .. I was worried because I was so ignorant of what makes a good bike but as soon as I got it I fell in love with it. Just completed my first triathlon and am really happy with the Century it performed great and by far is the best looking ride available. I just upgraded the pedals to Diamondback SPD pedals and find myself riding way more than I thought I would.

(Posted on 7/13/2017)

Good entry level bike - disappointing brakes

Review by MGRoadie6
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I purchased this bike in late winter and was very pleased with the quality of the frame and look of the bike. It rides well, comfortable and shifting is decent. Where this bike is lacking is in the braking. It took me a while to get rid of the disc brake rubbing and they are quite louder than I expected. The rear brake barely works. I can be holding the brake lever all the way down and it will not take the bike to a complete stop. I am sure this can be adjusted by bringing to a local shop, however this is not something I expected after just a few rides. Overall, I really enjoy the bike (when not having to use the brakes) and will look into upgrading the tektro lyra disc brakes to a better quality braking system.

(Posted on 5/12/2017)

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