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If you've got a singletrack obsession, Holland's Bicycles has the mountain bike for you. We've got an awesome selection of mountain bikes from Specialized Bicycles to get you rolling over rocks and roots today. Not sure which mountain bike is right for you? We can help you decide!

All-City Log Lady Frameset
$899.00
Designed for the tight, twisty, and nasty stuff, the Log Lady Frameset is a technical singletrack rider's dream. Aggressive angles, a gorgeous five-piece segmented fork, and custom A.C.E. steel tubeset make this an absolute trail shredder. The tubing is seamless, heat treated, air-hardened, and custom extruded for a strong yet light build. The frame accommodates 27.5-inch wheels, has a 44mm headtube, short chain stays, and is corrected for a 100mm suspension fork — should you choose to swap out. All of the All-City signature details are there, including signature single-speed disc dropouts, custom seat collar, and custom headtube badge.
All-City Log Lady
$1,499.00
Designed for the tight, twisty, and nasty stuff, the Log Lady is a technical singletrack rider's dream. The aggressive angles of All-City's proprietary A.C.E. lightweight steel tubeset, the all-weather Avid disc brakes, and uncomplicated single-speed setup make this an absolute trail shredder. It's got a gorgeous five-piece segmented fork, and the bike is corrected for a 100mm suspension fork should you choose to swap out. The Lady rolls on lightweight Alex/Novatec wheels with grippy Schwalbe Rocket Ron 27.5-inch tires, has a 44mm headtube, short chainstays, and classic good looks. Rounding out this beauty are Salsa cockpit components, a quality All-City saddle, and the finishing details you've come to expect from AC, like a custom seat collar and signature single-speed disc dropouts.
All-City Electric Queen
$2,299.00
The All-City Electric Queen was expressly made for maximum fun. Sitting squarely in the “trail” category it goes up almost as well as it comes back down. Short wheelbase, modern trail geometry, and plus size tire clearance makes this a non-stop dirt party no matter what terrain you’re tackling that day. Its whippy 612 chromoly frame with internal dropper post routing, boost spacing, and those short chainstays make berm-carving and wheelies second nature. A RockShox Reba fork delivers 120mm of travel so you can get after it and carry more speed through the fun stuff, while WTB Scraper wheels and 3-inch Ranger tires keep you on your line when you’re pushing the limits. Its SRAM GX 1x11 drivetrain delivers a significant gear range to tackle all brands of elevation change, and SRAM hydraulic brakes keep your Queen from abusing all that power. You’ll pilot this rad machine from the comfort of a cockpit outfitted by Salsa, All-City, and Promax, ensuring your ride is both Electric and worthy of frequent repetition.
Diamondback Overdrive
$349.99
Rolling on big 29-inch wheels, Diamondback's Overdrive sails over roots and rocks that once stood in your way. This sweet 29er features a nimble aluminum frame that soars up the climbs and a SR Suntour suspension fork that smooths out the bumps for superior control. You'll also appreciate the reliable components, including the precision-shifting 24-speed Suntour/Shimano drivetrain for easy climbing, the powerful Tektro disc brakes for complete control and the excellent Schwalbe tires. Diamondback built one of the first 29er production mountain bikes, and the Overdrive carries that heritage with pride.
Diamondback Overdrive 27.5
$499.99
Can you still get a quality mountain bike without emptying your pockets? Diamondback's Overdrive is an aluminum hardtail that answers a resounding "yes!" The 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 die-hard hardtail aficionado or looking for a solid starter mountain bike, the Overdrive doesn’t disappoint.
Diamondback Lux - Women's
$529.99
Mountain biking presents many challenges, mental and physical. Which is precisely why we love it. Diamondback's Lux is a nimble trail bike that rockets up climbs, yet stays planted and stable through rough sections and descents. Designed for a woman's proportions, the hydroformed aluminum frame provides plenty of clearance and a better overall fit. The geometry lends itself to true trail riding, with a balanced feel that lets you get the most out of every situation. Traction and control come from an 80mm Suntour XCT fork with preload adjust, disc brakes, and big knobby tires. With a nice mix of Shimano and Suntour parts rounding out the drivetrain, the Lux is ready for your next dirt adventure.
Diamondback Line
$549.99
There’s nothing more fun than a day ripping around on a slack, capable hardtail; Diamondback's Line is the perfect all mountain rig for the job. The 6061-T6 aluminum frame is a great starting point, and the custom formed and butted tubing builds up reliably strong without weighing a ton. The slack, low slung, progressive geometry is ideal for handling technical trail riding, and the 120mm SR Suntour suspension fork and 27.5-inch wheels round off trail obstacles for a smooth, fast ride. And, the Line comes loaded with a bomber 9-speed SRAM drivetrain, Tektro hydraulic discs, and a proper short stem and wide bars for real trail cred.
Diamondback Recoil 29
$599.99
The benefits of full suspension aren't exclusive to superbikes. The Recoil uses a simple single-pivot design to deliver the smooth ride that comes from a bike that's doing everything it can to maintain traction underneath you. Four inches of front and rear suspension travel combine with 29" wheels to take the edge off all but the biggest roots, holes, and rocks on the trail, giving you a plush and smooth ride. The frame is built using butted and formed aluminum tubing, a standard of light weight and durability in the bike world, so it's ready to brave the mountains with you. You'll be rolling for seasons to come with a trail-proven parts build including a Shimano 3×8 speed drivetrain, Tektro disc brakes, and solid components all around.
Diamondback Lux Sport - Women's
$699.99
If you’re looking to dive into the world of mountain bike trail riding, then Diamondback's Lux Sport is a great place to start. This Devine Designs women's specific bike is built with a 6061-T6 aluminum frame to balance durability and light weight, and it has a low slung top tube for extra standover clearance to make getting on and off the bike a little easier. The Devine Edition DB saddle, handlebar, and grips are all formed for women, and the SR Suntour fork and 27.5" wheels will have you rolling down the trail carefree and with confidence.
Diamondback El Oso De Acero
$799.99
Is it possible to call a fat bike sleek? Diamondback's El Oso de Acero’s classic steel lines look almost elegant when compared to other fat bikes. Steel has long been the favorite of bicycle frame makers due to its strength, ride quality, and aesthetic. These tubes are butted and heat-treated, giving the bike a level of compliance on top of what the roomy tires provide. Designed to get you and your gear out in the backwoods as easily as possible, El Oso de Acero is equipped with a crisp-shifting and reliable Shimano drivetrain. With a 27-speed drivetrain, rack mounts, and a spirit of adventure, it’s a dependable workhorse for those seeking something new out of a bike. With more traction than any bike’s allowed to have, it’s a rockcrawler, a dune buggy, and a snowmobile. In white or camouflage, El Oso de Acero is ready to help you get lost!
Diamondback Line
$849.99
There was a time when every mountain bike was an all-around hardtail. Climbs, descents, berms, even some air: the Line does its hardtail predecessors proud. This bike is far from a throwback or retro project though — it's a modern machine. The slack and low-slung frame is the key: it lowers your center of gravity, keeping you stable any speed. A single-ring SRAM 1×9 drivetrain, short stem, and wide bars complement its contemporary configuration. Hydraulic disc brakes with big rotors and 27.5" knobbies give you tons of traction and stopping power. If you’re looking for a bike that can really do it all: look no further. The Line makes every trail more fun.
Diamondback Atroz
$999.99
The increased performance of a full-suspension mountain bike doesn’t need to come at a ridiculous cost. The simple, understated single pivot design of the Atroz uses sealed cartridge bearings to deliver smooth, durable performance, and 120mm of suspension travel will take the edge off all but the biggest roots and rocks on the trail. The frame is built using trusted aluminum alloy, so you know it’s strong, and the formed and butted tubing makes sure to save weight wherever possible. With quick and stable 27.5-inch wheels, a SRAM 1x9 drivetrain, and aggressive Kenda Nevegal tires, you’ll have fun every time you head out on the trails.
Diamondback Recoil Comp 29
$999.99
Diamondback's Recoil Comp is a trail bike that harnesses the power of full suspension, for riders who want to put hardtails in the dust. Its aluminum frame revolves around a tried-and-true optimized single pivot suspension design, saving your ride and your pocketbook. With 100mm of smooth air suspension both front and rear, you’ll find the 29” wheels stay planted on both climbs and descents, giving you amazing traction and control. 27 gears of Shimano precision allow you to keep spinning no matter how steep the climb is, and hydraulic disc brakes keep everything under control when it’s time to point it downhill. We put aggressive Kenda Honey Badger tires on our Doublewall rims for maximum grip. The Recoil Comp is a great choice for riders who want a dependable full-suspension bike to rip any trail.
Diamondback Mission Pro 27.5 Frameset
$1,199.99
Diamondback's Mission Pro frame is ready for you to build your dream bike and assault the mountain up and down. Designed for 27.5-inch wheels, the 160mm-travel Mission Pro pairs a super sweet Fox Float X shock to a re-configured Knuckle Box rear linkage for incredible performance on the climbs and raging descents. Lucky you, it includes the RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper seatpost to help you further dismantle the mountain. Build this bad boy up with your favorite parts to rip everything from rowdy XC loops to the downhill trails at the bike part. The Mission Pro does it all and slays it all.
Diamondback Sync'r
$1,199.99
Diamondback's all-mountain hardtails have been huge hits since they debuted: low-slung and nimble, riders of all levels raved about how well they rode. The new Sync'r returns with the same goal: to excel on every trail in sight. Whether it's surrounded by full-suspension enduro bikes or pedaling on doubletrack, the Sync'r fits in any riding situation. Its frame is built for abuse with formed tubes, a tapered head tube, and a thru-axle rear end. A supple 5" fork, 1×11 drivetrain, and hydraulic brakes complete this go-anywhere platform. The Sync'r holds its own with no-nonsense hardtail precision and all-mountain capabilities, making it a great choice for any mountain biker.
Diamondback El Oso Grande
$1,399.99
Diamondback's El Oso Grande is, like its namesake, surprisingly quick and nimble for its size. This big bear may look like a lumbering beast, but after a few pedal strokes it’s apparent that the bike is a trail-capable adventure machine. Diamondback designed the El Oso Grande around a rigid platform to shave pounds and let the gigantic tires take care of the suspension—something they do incredibly well. With hydroformed aluminum tubes, the frame and fork provide an amazingly nimble ride. A SRAM X5 20-speed drivetrain has a gear for any trail, and hydraulic disc brakes provide excellent modulation and stopping power. The massive tires are five inches wide, provide mind-bending grip and are able to be comfortably ridden with PSI in the low teens, El Oso Grande digs its claws in and doesn’t let go. Whether you’re bikepacking, riding in deep sand and snow, or just enjoying the excess traction on your favorite singletrack, this bike is prepared!
Diamondback Atroz Comp
$1,499.99
There are plenty of complex full-suspension mountain bikes out there, most demanding high prices. Diamondback's Atroz Comp takes a different approach by streamlining its suspension design and saving you some money in the process. The high chainstay design delivers 120mm of suspension travel that eliminates chain slap as you’re riding through the rough stuff, with a RockShox Recon fork soaking up the bumps out front. The aluminum alloy frame is simple, lightweight and plenty durable so you can enjoy the ride with the peace of mind that it's built to last. Outfitted with hydraulic brakes, a 142×12mm thru-axle, and SRAM's NX 1×11 single ring drivetrain, you’re looking at a very capable trail bike.
Diamondback Mason
$1,499.99
As one of the first slack 29er hardtails, Diamondback's original Mason showed everyone how fun big wheels could be. Far from a boring "wagon wheeler," the Mason piled up accolades, combining the speed of a larger wheel with a nimble platform. In keeping with its trailblazing spirit, the Mason proved to be the perfect candidate for 27.5" Plus wheels. Redesigned around “mid-fat” wheels but made to keep the ride characteristics similar to a standard 27.5", the butted/formed aluminum frame is low-slung and slack, with a 120mm RockShox air fork. The ride has stayed distinctly all-mountain, benefiting from the increase in traction from running a 2.8"-wide tire. SRAM Level hydraulic brakes, a wide-range NX 1×11 drivetrain, and wide bars have the Mason leading the way again.
Diamondback Rely
$1,499.99
The popularity of our all-mountain hardtail series has been growing for a few years, with people of all abilities and riding styles drawn to a combination of great traction, do-it-all geometry, and fun. With the introduction of 27.5 Plus wheels, Diamondback felt it was high time for a women's model to join the fleet: the Rely. Designed to be that one bike that you can take anywhere, it's a quick machine that sticks to the trail like Velcro. Outfitted with a 1×11 drivetrain, wide bars, and those incredibly grippy Plus-size tires, the Rely keeps going where other bikes fail. Whether it's that last couple feet of a loose climb or the end of a grueling backcountry adventure, this bike just finds a way to keep you rolling.
Diamondback Overdrive Pro 27.5
$1,599.99
Diamondback's premier traditional hardtail, the Overdrive Pro is an established favorite. With proven geometry and construction, the aluminum alloy frame shines in ride quality and responsiveness. Sitting atop 27.5" wheels, the Overdrive Pro is maneuverable and easy to handle. Equipped with SRAM 1×11 drivetrain and powerful hydraulic disc brakes, this bike gets up to speed and stays there until you want it to stop on a dime. The 15mm thru-axle on the RockShox Reba 120mm travel fork helps keep the front end steady on any terrain. Whether it's a steep climb or a technical section of trail, the Overdrive Pro is made for riders who seek the utmost in precision and efficiency.
Diamondback El Oso
$1,999.99
Diamondback's El Oso fat bike really is as much fun to ride as it looks. Throw your leg over it and the first thing you will notice is the strong and lightweight aluminum frame made with hydroformed tubing, as well as a plush 100mm-travel Rockshox fork and hill-slaying Shimano 2×10-speed drivetrain. Designed to excel in sand and snow, the high volume/low pressure tires gain purchase on surfaces that have long been unrideable. But you don’t have to ride in sand or snow to experience the amazing traction of these tires—a spin on your favorite local trails will have you grinning ear to ear. El Oso does indeed excel on dunes and snow, but it’s not limited to them. It’s a capable trail bike as well! Wherever you choose to ride it, one thing’s for sure: you'll have the time of your life on the El Oso!
Diamondback Mason Comp
$1,999.99
Long a rider's favorite, the Mason Comp's history is one of innovation and forward-thinking. This continues with 27.5 Plus tires and Boost hub spacing. In short, this slack hardtail got even faster. The frame geometry has been kept quick and stable: it's still a bike you can manual through bumps and flick around—although with three-inch-wide tires at low air pressures, you may not need to—this bike sticks like glue to the trail, opening up new lines on trails you thought you had dialed. It climbs like the efficient hardtail it is, with a wide range 1×11 drivetrain putting power to the ground with incredible grip. When it’s time to descend, lower the dropper post and let out a howl as the 130mm Fox 34 Float fork works together with the ample rubber to gobble up the trail. For riders looking to push their riding and convention, the Mason Comp delivers insane traction and performance.
Diamondback Sync'r Pro
$1,999.99
Building on the success of their low-slung and slack all-mountain hardtails, the Diamondback Sync’r Pro takes the platform to an even higher level. The alloy frame features the same tapered and butted construction, but they've made a few changes to this flagship model to enhance performance even more: the rear end got a Boost compatible thru-axle for extra stiffness, the front end's a little slacker and features a 130mm Fox 34, and the overall geometry is even more progressive. Combined with a Shimano XT 11-speed drivetrain and powerful hydraulic brakes, this hardtail is anything but basic. Lightweight, tough, flickable, versatile: if any of these words pique your interest in a hardtail, the Sync'r Pro is the bike for you.
Diamondback Mason Pro
$2,499.99
Always at the top of the list for fun big-wheeled hardtails, Diamondback's Mason Pro takes another step forward with the ridiculous traction of 27.5 Plus wheels. The frame is ready for this new direction, keeping its short rear end and relaxed head angle. The bike keeps its formed/butted aluminum tubes and slack geometry, but gains even more confidence with a 130mm Fox 34 Float fork and the gigantic contact patches on those high volume tires grabbing traction on every conceivable surface. The component build is top notch too, with a 1×11 SRAM drivetrain, wide Diamondback Blanchard rims, and a KS dropper post standard. For riders who want to take their mountain biking further, the Mason Pro is the all-mountain hardtail.
Diamondback Mission 1
$3,000.00
With 160mm of buttery-smooth front and rear travel, there's a whole new realm of what's possible aboard Diamondback's Mission 1. It pairs Diamondback's ultra-capable Knuckle Box technology with impeccable Fox suspension for a rig that turns the hacked-out terrain into your playground. It rolls on a set of sturdy, through-axle wheels and sports a crisp-shifting Race Face/SRAM 10-speed drivetrain while Shimano hydraulic disc brakes deliver power with modulation on skill-testing descents. On top of all that, grippy Schwalbe Hans Dampf tires, a selection of light aluminum components, and Diamondback's wide ProBar handlebar deliver maximum control to open up a whole new realm.
Diamondback Scapegoat
$3,499.99
Diamondback’s Scapegoat is for riders who spend their weekends shredding bike parks, scouring new freeride lines, and shuttling screaming downhill runs. Its stout 6061-T6 aluminum frame sports the Knuckle Box linkage system for a low center of gravity, while the stiff tapered head tube and burly 142 x 12mm rear through-axle offer phenomenal control and confidence on tricky, fast descents. The slack, gravity-slaying head tube angle is enhanced by the smooth 180mm Fox 36 Float RC2 FIT fork, and the Fox DHX Air 5.0 shock is tuned for big hits while maintaining efficient pedaling. You’ll love the rugged 1 x 10 drivetrain powered by a Gravity Light DH crankset and Shimano’s XTR shifter/derailleur combo, while Shimano’s super-powerful Saint brakes bring you to a short stop in any condition. Dressed to the nines with Easton’s full Havoc downhill group, you’ve got outstanding strength, stiffness, and durability for worry-free days of pinning it harder and faster.
Electra Moto 1
$399.99 $549.99 27% Savings
The Moto 1 is a conglomeration of cool. Take a healthy dose of BMX, add some mountain bike steeze, and just a touch of dirtbike styling, and you have the baddest bike on the block. The lightweight aluminum frame screams speed and the 29-inch wheels roll easily. Plus, you've got powerful disc brakes to back you up.
Electra Moto 3i
$639.99
Remember when your biggest worry was getting home before the streetlights came on? The Moto does. We’ve taken our beach cruiser and added a touch of old school BMX and new school off-road to give you the ultimate play bike. You’re not exactly going to be joining the race circuit on it, but you’ll definitely be popping some sick wheelies and hopping every curb in sight. Go ahead and lay down a little rubber if you want to. Available in the simple single-speed or a little fancier 3-speed. - 6061-T6 aluminum Mountain Cruiser frame - SRAM i-Motion 3-Speed w/Hayes disc brakes - BMX hollow chromoly crank and sealed cartridge bottom bracket - Alloy seat post - 29”x 2.125” Electra Moto knobby tires
Felt Bicycles Dispatch 7/90
$549.00
The Dispatch 7/90 is the ideal choice for both the experienced mountain biker and a rider looking to get outside and enjoy their local trails. It’s frame is made from Felt’s F-Lite hydroformed aluminum for a rugged build and a smooth ride. Its 27.5-inch wheels are tubeless-ready and wrapped in grippy Kenda tires, and the SR/Suntour fork with 100mm of travel will take the edge off the rider over the roughest terrain. The build features a capable Shimano 24-speed drivetrain, Tektro mechanical disc brakes for powerful all-weather stopping power, and ergonomic grips and saddle by Devox that provide a comfortable ride to keep you pedaling from sunrise to sunset.
Felt Bicycles Dispatch 9/90
$549.00
The most value-laden model in the Dispatch 9 Series, the Dispatch 9/90 frame is built from Felt’s F-Lite aluminum for durability and a smooth ride. It rolls on tubeless-ready, 29-inch wheels wrapped in grippy Kenda tires and comes with an SR/Suntour XCT fork with 100mm of travel to soak up all of the ruts, bumps, and rocks along your favorite trail. A 24-speed Shimano drivetrain capably handles shifting and Tektro mechanical disc brakes keep speed under control in all conditions. Get off the beaten path and explore the mountain aboard the Dispatch.
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