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Overdrive 27.5 - 2-17-2220 - Bikes sku

Overdrive 27.5 - 2-17-2220 by Diamondback

Item description: This Bikes Mountain product is by Diamondback - Can you still get a quality mountain bike without emptying your pockets? The Overdrive is an aluminum hardtail that answers a resounding "yes!" Our classic returns this year with 27.5" wheels, 24 speeds, a plush four inch Suntour suspension fork, and powerful disc brakes. Big knobby tires grip every root and rock, keeping you confident and in control as you explore the trail. Whether you're a diehard hardtail aficionado or looking for a solid starter mountain bike, the Overdrive doesn't disappoint.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Diamondback

Keywords: Hardtail

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

$650.00

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