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Diamondback Podium 5

Not many people think about DB when it comes to producing road bikes, but they did an excellent job with their podium series. love this bike.

Frame:
DBR AMMP Carbon Technology, Specific Modulous, Monocoque Competition Road Frame, and internal cable routing.

Fork/Headset:
DBR AMMP Carbon Competition Road Fork, Carbon Drop outs, w/Taper Carbon steerer tube, CFT Contiunuous Fiber Technology

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
FSA Gossamer PF30 53,39t BB30 Bottom Bracket

Pedals:
Shimano PD-M520 MTB(will be switching to road pedals though)

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Shimano CS-4600 10spd (11-25t) 53,39t FSA CN910 10spd

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Shimano 105 Dual Control 10spd Front-Shimano 105, Braze-on Rear-Shimano 105 10spd

Handlebars/Stem:
DBR 3D Stem DBR Drop Bar Road 31.8

Saddle/Seatpost:
DBR Competition Road with NiCro Rails DBR Performance Post, Alloy Micro Adjust, 27.2mm

Brakes:
Tektro R540 dual pivot

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Easton Road 20h 21mm frt / 24h rr V1S, Cartridge bearing

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Easton Road 20h 21mm frt / 24h rr V1S, Cassette, Cartridge bearing

Accessories:
Saddle Bag

Added by eddie_alarid. Last updated almost 6 years ago.

3 Comments

aealbert

aealbert says:

Nice Bike! That's definitely a Podium 5 and not a Specialized. I like this paint scheme the best so far, even better than the Podium 7s or the current Podium Equipes.

The frames on the Podium 5 and 6 were supposed to be 80grams heavier than the Podium 7s, but a lot of them came out a lot lighter than that. That's probably why Diamondback decided to go for one frame for all three of their current models.

Posted almost 4 years ago

Trujillogoes200mph

Trujillogoes200mph says:

Looks like a Specialized to me, but still awesome :3

Posted almost 6 years ago

eddie_alarid

eddie_alarid says:

Thanks!

Posted almost 6 years ago