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Should the Tour de France have bigger time limits for mountain stages?

Riders and directors discuss if the time cuts are too hard for the sprinters in the tough mountain stagesRick Zabel lies exhausted after struggling to make the time cut on stage 11 of the 2018 Tour de France (Sunada)Riders and directors discuss if the time cuts are too hard for the sprinters in the tough mountain stages...


Best kids’ bikes and the best deals for summer 2018

We compare prices, weight and components on bikes from three top brands and help you choose the best model for your little one The bike must be robust, but easy to ride. Photo: Chris Catchpole Our tips on what to look for when buying a kids bike and some suggested boys and girls bikes ...


Rigoberto Uran abandons Tour de France after suffering in the mountains due to Roubaix crash

Colombian becomes the second GC contender to abandon the raceRigoberto Uran crosses the line on stage 10 of the Tour de FranceRigoberto Uran has abandoned the Tour de France after deciding not to start stage 12 as he continues to suffer from injuries sustained on stage to Roubaix....


Who’s out of the Tour de France after stage 11?

Keep up to date with who has withdrawn from this years Tour de FranceMarcel Kittel misses the time cut on stage 11 of the 2018 Tour de France (Sunada)Keep up to date with who has withdrawn from the 2018 Tour de France...


‘I never climb off, I had to honour the race’: Mark Cavendish’s lonely battle against the Tour de France time cut

Cavendish vows to come back stronger next year after Tour de France eliminationMark Cavendish crosses the line outside the time cut on stage 11 of the Tour de FranceMark Cavendish has spoken about his solo battle against the time cut on stage 11 of the Tour de France, saying that he never thought of abandoning....


What is it like to be in the Tour de France yellow jersey for a day?

An icon of the sport in its own right, the yellow jersey is a prize associated with the climbers and all-rounders of the sport. However, when race organisers set a parcours that favours a flat, fast finish, sprinters have their momentFernando Gaviria in the first yellow jersey of the 2018 Tour de France (Credit: Yuzuru SunadaSprinters are often offered just a small chance to wear the Tour de France yellow jersey. We speak to some of the leading fastmen to find out what it means to spend a day in...


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Should the Tour de France have bigger time limits for mountain stages?

Riders and directors discuss if the time cuts are too hard for the sprinters in the tough mountain stagesRick Zabel lies exhausted after struggling to make the time cut on stage 11 of the 2018 Tour de France (Sunada)Riders and directors discuss if the time cuts are too hard for the sprinters in the tough mountain stages...


Best kids’ bikes and the best deals for summer 2018

We compare prices, weight and components on bikes from three top brands and help you choose the best model for your little one The bike must be robust, but easy to ride. Photo: Chris Catchpole Our tips on what to look for when buying a kids bike and some suggested boys and girls bikes ...


Rigoberto Uran abandons Tour de France after suffering in the mountains due to Roubaix crash

Colombian becomes the second GC contender to abandon the raceRigoberto Uran crosses the line on stage 10 of the Tour de FranceRigoberto Uran has abandoned the Tour de France after deciding not to start stage 12 as he continues to suffer from injuries sustained on stage to Roubaix....


Who’s out of the Tour de France after stage 11?

Keep up to date with who has withdrawn from this years Tour de FranceMarcel Kittel misses the time cut on stage 11 of the 2018 Tour de France (Sunada)Keep up to date with who has withdrawn from the 2018 Tour de France...


‘I never climb off, I had to honour the race’: Mark Cavendish’s lonely battle against the Tour de France time cut

Cavendish vows to come back stronger next year after Tour de France eliminationMark Cavendish crosses the line outside the time cut on stage 11 of the Tour de FranceMark Cavendish has spoken about his solo battle against the time cut on stage 11 of the Tour de France, saying that he never thought of abandoning....


What is it like to be in the Tour de France yellow jersey for a day?

An icon of the sport in its own right, the yellow jersey is a prize associated with the climbers and all-rounders of the sport. However, when race organisers set a parcours that favours a flat, fast finish, sprinters have their momentFernando Gaviria in the first yellow jersey of the 2018 Tour de France (Credit: Yuzuru SunadaSprinters are often offered just a small chance to wear the Tour de France yellow jersey. We speak to some of the leading fastmen to find out what it means to spend a day in...


Mission Pro - 2-17-2000 - Bikes sku

- 2-17-2000 by Diamondback

Item description: This Bikes Mountain product is by Diamondback - Knowing your bike can handle whatever a trail or bike park throws your way turns pre-ride nerves into confident anticipation. With 160mm of point-and-shoot suspension travel, the Mission Pro is a true all-mountain machine. Soon after dropping in, the Mission Pro leaves no doubt: the bike was made for this. The KnuckleBox suspension is smooth and feels bottomless, letting you look further down the trail. A Fox 36 Float fork and Shimano XT hydraulic disc brakes are on hand to make sure things stay as calm as you like. This bike stays very stable at speed, yet nimble in tight sections. When it comes time to pedal back up, the custom-tuned Fox Float X2 shock works with the suspension to fight pedal bob, delivering you to the top efficiently and comfortably, saving energy for your next descent. With 27.5" Easton Heist wheels, a Shimano XT 1x11 drivetrain, and a Rockshox Reverb Stealth dropper post, the Mission Pro is simply dialed.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Diamondback

Store: At Diamondback, we love bikes and everything about them. We enjoy the fun side of bikes but we take our passion very seriously. We strive to enhance every bike-related experience possible, bringing people together through the power of these simple machines.

Category: Mountain

$5,000.00

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