GT has been making great bikes since 1972 and however you ride, they build the perfect bicycle for you with the quality and innovation you demand. In fact, Diamondbacks are the choice of many pros including National Champions Brian Lopes and Jill Kintner, bike-handling magician Hans Rey, and Olympian Todd Wells. So swing by and check out our tasty menu of cool rides today!
With speedy looks and a smart, race-worthy design, GT's GTR Carbon Series 2 is a super way to own the road. The full-carbon frame is paired with a carbon fork for light weight and agile handling. Out-of-the saddle efforts are handsomely rewarded thanks to FSA's stiff Gossamer Mega Exo compact crankset and the slick-shifting Shimano Ultegra drivetrain means you'll always have the right gear. The smooth Alex wheels and oversize FSA bar and stem give you extra snap when it's time to sprint. And, the powerful Shimano 105 brakes easily haul you back down from your newfound speed.
Like an elegant piece of music, GT's Legato stays with you and begs to be enjoyed more and more. With its lightweight aluminum frame and carbon fork, the Legato gives you the speed of a road bike with vibration damping and a more friendly position for top comfort. The great feel is enhanced by an adjustable stem, unique ergonomic grips that allow multiple hand positions and a supportive Selle San Marco saddle. Plus, the 700c Alex wheels and Shimano 18-speed drivetrain allow you to spin up climbs with ease.
Add a little zoom to your commutes and two-wheeled errands with the smooth ZuM (Zaskar Urban Machine) 2.0, a mountain animal tamed for the city. At its heart is a rugged-and-light 6061-aluminum frame and a pothole-munching 75mm-travel suspension fork for spirited city cruising. Plus, its lightweight wheels are also ultra aero so once you're up to speed, you stay there easily. Other goodies include an easy-pedaling Shimano/TruVativ compact drivetrain, fast Tioga slicks and powerful Avid mechanical-disc brakes.
GT's i-Drive 5 3.0 is set to conquer every trail! Its suspension devours the bumps with 140mm of rear-wheel travel while isolating the pedals so you can put all your power into forward motion. The 120mm-travel Marzocchi fork makes navigating the steeps simple. And, the WTB/Shimano wheels are light for climbs, and rugged for hard-charging descents, too. Plus, with shifting duties easily handled by Shimano's Deore LX components and excess speed controlled by the Hayes Sole hydraulic discs, you can pay more attention to the all-important task at hand... having more fun!
Feel free to rally the Ruckus i-Drive 7 2.0 over the hardest trails, biggest jumps, and longest descents. The long-travel i-Drive suspension devours the roughest routes with a full 178mm of rear wheel travel. Gnarly descents are no match for the huge 180mm-travel RockShox Domain fork with its through-axle for stiffness and off-camber cornering stability. Add the impressive SRAM/Shimano drivetrain, powerful Hayes hydraulic-disc brakes and components from WTB and TruVativ and you have one sweet rig that's ready for anything you can dish out.
Bred in the SoCal racing scene, the DH-1 goes from our shop floor to the podium. The burly monocoque frame soaks up the biggest hits and the sickest drops, all at speeds that blur the scenery. This downhill monster proudly boasts GT's pro-proven i-Drive suspension system enhanced by Fox's super-tunable DHX 5.0 shock. Meanwhile, the top-of-the-line RockShox Boxxer World Cup handles the abuse up front while Avid Juicy 7s provide serious stopping power. The top-shelf spec continues with the Easton carbon bar, DT Swiss hubs laced to Sun rims and a SRAM XO shifter and derailleur with E-Thirteen chain guide. Go big, go fast and be a gracious winner.