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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.
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 Overdrive 29 1
$599.99
Premium performance doesn’t always require a premium price tag. With the Overdrive 29 1, Diamondback has taken their lightweight, hand-built aluminum frame and decked it out with a wallet-friendly combination of components that will have you tackling the toughest terrain with total confidence. 29ers are famous for smoothing out rocky bits of trail and for maintaining momentum on those long rides when you’re pushing your limits. This bike has all that going for it, and it sports an ultra-wide range of gears that click off shifts with the kind of accuracy Shimano is famous for. Tektro mechanical disc brakes make reigning in the speed easy, and the Suntour XCT fork offers up years of silky-smooth coil-sprung suspension. Looking to get the most bang for your buck? Look no further.
Diamondback Atroz 1
$699.99
People say you have to spend a lot of cash to buy a full-suspension bike. Or at least a full-suspension bike that truly performs. They’re usually right. Usually. But not this time around. The Atroz proves them wrong with four inches of reliable coil-sprung rear suspension that nicely smooths out the trail. Since you’ll need to climb to the top of the mountain, the Atroz is also spec'd with a 24-speed Shimano drivetrain, and when it’s time to head back down, you’ll find the Suntour XCM suspension fork and Tektro Aries mechanical disc brakes keep you firmly in control of the descents.
Diamondback Hook
$699.99
If you could only have one bike — just one — the Hook would be the perfect choice. For starters, it’s capable of, well, just about anything you have the nerve for. That includes quick rips on your local trails, all-day suffer fests that have you pedaling away into terra incognita, and everything in between. The Hook is equipped with the same low-slung, modern frame as its well-heeled Line and Sync’r siblings. Long in the front, short in the back, low and maneuverable — the Hook is deft and precise on tight trails yet rock steady when you are going Mach Chicken down the steepest descents. The most impressive thing about the Hook, however, might just be its price. Diamondback kept the price tag from burning a hole in your checking account by equipping the Hook with awesome yet affordable components, including a plush 120mm fork, simple and effective single-ring drivetrain, powerful disc brakes, and quick-rolling 27.5” wheels.
Diamondback Lux 2
$699.99
If you’re looking to dive into the world of mountain bike trail riding, the Lux 2 is a great place to start. This women’s-specific bike is built with a 6061-T6 aluminum frame that provides a perfect balance of durability and light weight. What’s more, Diamondback has equipped all of their Lux models with a low-slung top tube for extra standover clearance to make maneuvering the bike easier when you’re challenging yourself out on the trail. And when it comes to challenging yourself, the Lux 2 is up to the task, thanks to its smooth-riding SR Suntour XCM-HLO suspension fork, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and reliable, precise Shimano shifting.
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 Mason 1+
$799.99
What’s the deal with these “plus-size” bikes? In a nutshell, we’re talking about bigger tires. If that doesn’t sound exactly revolutionary, consider this: Plus-size tires add insane levels of traction and control to bikes without adding weight and slowing you down. Diamondback's Mason hardtails always had a yen for tackling rough, suspension-bike terrain…adding plus-size tires to the Mason made immediate sense. The result is a hard-charging hardtail that plows through the rough, yet remains fun and flickable. The Mason 1+ gets the job done with a rugged, wide-range Shimano drivetrain, powerful mechanical disc brakes and an air-sprung SR Suntour fork with 120mm of suspension travel. Take the trail less traveled? Sure. But with the Mason 1+ you can absolutely rip the trail less traveled.
Diamondback Atroz 2
$899.99
Hardtails are great, but there’s no denying the benefits of full-suspension mountain bikes — the added comfort and control. Unfortunately, dualies often add another thing: more dollar signs to the price tag. That’s not the case here. The Atroz utilizes sealed cartridge bearings in an understated single-pivot design to deliver smooth, durable performance. The Atroz 2 ups the ante with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, Suntour air-sprung rear suspension and an easy-to-operate single-ring drivetrain — features you usually find on bikes with a whole lot more dollar signs on their price tags.
Diamondback Line
$899.99
There was a time when every mountain bike was an all-around hardtail. The Line follows in that great tradition — but that doesn’t mean it’s some kind of crusty throwback. Diamondback equipped the Line with a cutting-edge frame that’s lightweight yet bomber. Stable under pressure, yet playful when you’re looking to boost a little air or hit that next corner a bit faster than is, strictly speaking, wise. The Line’s modern frame is dressed out in parts that are just as impressive. A Shimano 1x9 drivetrain lets you blaze through the gears with pinpoint precision every single time. And because Diamondback knows that hard-charging riders gravitate to these progressive trail bikes, they've also added a bit more security in the form of a chain guide with roller, a capable SR Suntour XCR 120mm travel fork (with a lock-out for those big climbing days) and powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes. Climbs, descents, berms, a bit of jumping: the Line upholds the do-it-all hardtail tradition … without being traditional at all.
Diamondback Lux Comp
$999.99
The Lux Comp provides quality features for women looking to get into mountain biking. It starts with a 6061-T6 aluminum frame for light weight and durability. The women’s-specific frame provides a little extra standover clearance, making it easy to challenge yourself on new trails. Float over the bumps with the RockShox 30 Silver fork with 100mm of travel and stay focused on the ride with the durable, smooth-shifting SRAM drivetrain. The 27.5-inch wheels paired with Schwalbe Rapid Rob tires roll well over obstacles and deliver great traction, letting you chase after your friends. Thoughtful women’s-specific touchpoints – including a Devine Edition women’s saddle, DB Laser 720mm handlebar, and narrower grips – add to a great package to get you shredding.
Diamondback Lux 3
$1,099.99
The Lux 3 is a nimble trail bike that rockets up climbs, yet stays planted and stable through rough sections and descents. The women’s-specific frame design provides extra standover clearance and that, in turn, makes maneuvering the Lux in technical terrain absolutely effortless. Diamondback also equipped the Lux 3’s light yet strong aluminum frame with an assortment of truly dirt-worthy components. The RockShox Judy Silver TK fork provides 120mm of front suspension that increases control on the toughest of trails. When it comes to braking control, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes have few peers — which is why you’ll find them bolted to the swank Race Face Aeffect 35 handlebars. Last, but not least, Diamondback opted to ditch the front derailleur in favor of SRAM’s GX single-ring drivetrain, which provides greater simplicity and outstanding shifting precision. The Lux 3, in other words, just raised the bar.
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
Versatility defines Diamondback's class of progressive trail bikes. These are bikes that are as at home blasting down trails alongside long-travel, full-suspension bikes as they are at surfing mellow sections of singletrack. The Sync’r is Diamondback's top of the line, do-it-all hardtail. The heart of the bike is a low-slung aluminum frame that’s both playful and confident. The Sync’r chassis is hung with equally stellar components that include a RockShox Recon RL suspension fork with 130mm of travel, a Race Face/SRAM NX single-ring drivetrain that’s free of clutter and bangs off precise shifts under pressure, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and Blanchard 28R tubeless-compatible wheelset. 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 Atroz 3
$1,399.99
With the Atroz 3, Diamondback took the proven and refined single-pivot full-suspension design and upped the ante in a big way. It’s a full RockShox affair when it comes to suspension, including the five-inch travel Recon RL air-sprung fork with 32mm stanchions and a quick release thru-axle. Likewise, they outfitted this model with SRAM’s NX 11-speed drivetrain — all the simplicity and durability of a single-ring drivetrain, with the low gearing you once needed a front derailleur to obtain. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide plenty of stopping power (particularly with 180mm rotors, front and rear), and the finishing touches include a Race Face Chester bar and stem combo.
Diamondback Rely 2
$1,399.99
The Rely 2 is a women’s trail bike that speaks no malarkey. It gives you the same level of performance and components as its brother 27.5 plus bike, the Mason 2, but in a size range for women. The Rely 2 offers the efficiency of a hardtail, yet its ultra-wide, plus-size 27.5×2.8-inch tires practically float you over the rough stuff. For even more traction and control, the Blanchard 38R wheels can be set up tubeless, and a dropper seatpost keeps you centered on technical descents. The plush RockShox Judy Gold RL fork, crisply shifting SRAM NX single-ring drivetrain, and powerful Level T hydraulic disc brakes round out the no-nonsense components package. Get out there and get after it on the Rely 2.
Diamondback Overdrive 29 2
$1,499.99
The classic 29er hardtail — that’s the best way to describe Diamondback's premier aluminum model. They've taken their strong and light aluminum 29er frame and increased the stiffness and handling precision by adding Boost 148 rear spacing and thru-axles front and rear. The Overdrive 29 2 is also dressed in an envy-provoking parts package that includes a plush and confidence-inspiring RockShox Reba RL fork, strong Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and a SRAM GX/NX 1x drivetrain that provides you plenty of granny gear for the ugliest of climbs, without the complexity of a traditional front derailleur system. Thanks to its 29er wheels, cleaning tricky rock sections and log-overs is a whole lot less tricky on this big wheeler, and since you can never have enough traction — particularly on a hardtail — Diamondback equipped this Overdrive with their own Blanchard 25 tubeless ready wheelset.
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 Catch 1
$1,899.99
Diamondback's Catch bikes look forward to the future of mountain biking while keeping the adventurous spirit of the sport’s pioneers alive. The Catch 1 takes Diamondback's Level Link suspension platform to that proverbial “next level” by utilizing the 27.5 Plus wheel size. With three-inch wide tires running at low pressure, this bike serves up more grip than has ever been possible with traditional tires.The aluminum frame features formed tubes for reliable durability and light weight. The geometry provides a slack-but-not-too-slack front end and Level Link rear configuration. 130mm of travel front and rear works with the high-volume tires to deliver traction everywhere: on soft surfaces, loose dirt, technical rocks and roots, anywhere you decide to explore. A 1x11 drivetrain handles all terrain, with SRAM Level hydraulic brakes keeping everything under control. For riders who want to go further, this bike is a perfect vehicle.
Diamondback Clutch 1
$1,899.99
From the same team that produced the Release, the Clutch 1 is a bike for the female rider who’s looking to ride it all: climbing backcountry classics to flowing new machine-built trails. A short rear end and longer cockpit keep the bike stable at speed, while still being a blast in the corners. With its 1x11 SRAM drivetrain, smooth Rockshox Yari fork, and wide Blanchard rims, it’s a mountain bike made for today’s aggressive riders.
Diamondback Release 1
$1,899.99
The Release 1 is proof positive that getting a great bike doesn’t always require that you fork over a great big pile of cash. Diamondback has taken their much-lauded Level Link suspension design and constructed a light yet tough aluminum frame that isolates chain forces from trail inputs. Or to employ less tech-geek speak, the suspension doesn’t bob when you stomp on the pedals, yet becomes extremely plush the moment your wheels start smacking roots and rocks. The entry-level Release 1 is actually anything but “entry.” It's equipped with an SR Suntour Aion suspension fork and X-Fusion 02 Pro R rear shock, Blanchard tubeless-ready wheelset, and a Shimano Deore drivetrain. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes help bring you to a stop, though stopping is probably going to be the last thing you want to do when you bring this bike up to speed.
Diamondback Overdrive 29C 1 Carbon
$1,999.99
It’s not easy — creating a race-ready, lightweight bike that sacrifices nothing in performance but doesn’t break the bank in the process. But you’re looking at that very bike right now. The Overdrive 1 29 C features a stunningly lightweight carbon frame as well as a competitive mix of components that includes RockShox’s Recon Gold RL fork, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and a simple and precise SRAM NX single-ring drivetrain. Want to ditch the tubes and enjoy the maximum grip and comfort that tubeless tires bring to the party? Diamondback's own Blanchard 25 wheelset is tubeless compatible. And since this is a 29er we’re talking about, you’ll find those big Blanchard wheels maintain their speed incredibly well and roll easily over rock gardens and roots.
Diamondback Release 2
$2,299.99
Building a dream trail bike takes more than just a new suspension platform. The goal of the Release series was to showcase Diamondback's Level Link design in the best-pedaling trail bikes they've ever made. The Release 2 gets this done with geometry that reflects the current state of mountain biking: stable at speed, quick in corners, and excellent on climbs. The Level Link configuration separates pedaling and trail inputs and makes 130mm of travel feel like much more. The 6061 aluminum frame features hydroformed tubes, a tapered headtube, and a stiff 148x12mm thru-axle rear end. With a 150mm RockShox Pike fork and wide handlebars, the front end is dialed: you can dive into tough sections with confidence. Diamondback's Blanchard tubeless wheels have a 28mm internal width, giving the 27.5” Schwalbe Hans Dampfs a trail-gripping profile. Braking duties are handled by SRAM Level T hydraulic brakes with 180mm rotors front and rear. The drivetrain is a mix of RaceFace and SRAM 1x11 components, letting you enjoy your ride without chain drops or noise. This bike is designed to be ridden hard all day long. Just raise the KS dropper post and climb up for another lap: the Release 2 is more than ready.
Diamondback Catch 2
$2,499.99
The Catch Two is at the leading edge of current trail bikes, with Diamondback's Level Link suspension and 27.5 Plus wheels. Designed for riders who are looking to push their limits, or just want to try out something new, this bike offers a unique yet familiar ride. It sports tried and true aluminum for the frame, with modern geometry that enhances the bike’s go-anywhere vibe. 130mm of travel feels like a lot more on trail, especially with Level Link and mid-fat tires on Diamondback's signature Blanchard rims. It’s consistently surprising how efficiently the Catch pedals, and with a SRAM GX 1x11 drivetrain there’s a gear for the trickiest of sections: Soft? Steep? Soft and steep?—bring it on, there’s enough grip for two bikes here! A Rockshox Pike, SRAM Level T brakes, a KS LEV dropper post, and other solid components complete this forward-thinking bike.
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 Release 3
$2,849.99
Designed to deliver Diamondback's new Level Link suspension platform to the public, the Release 3 is a dream machine come to life. The frame’s geometry was engineered to get the most out of their new suspension system. The lines reflect today’s mountain bike: a shorter rear end and longer top tube make for a quick bike that stays stable at speed. With 130mm of rear travel and a 150mm RockShox Pike up front, this bike gobbles up rough sections like a much bigger bike. And as an extremely efficient pedaler, it blazes up climbs and rolling singletrack just as well. Hydroformed aluminum tubes make up the low-slung and semi-slack frame. Top-notch parts finish off the build: 11-speed SRAM X1, a KS LEV Integra dropper post, SRAM Guide RS hydraulic brakes with 180mm rotors, and Diamondback's wide Blanchard rims. For riders who look for speed at every possible moment, the Release 3 is the bike.
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.
Diamondback Release 5C Carbon
$4,799.99
You can’t have it all … Really? Nobody told that to the Release 5C. Diamondback's top-shelf trail bike is the embodiment of new-school technology. Thanks to the Level Link suspension, the Release 5C absolutely levels the kind of drops and rock gardens that stymie bikes with even more suspension travel. At the same time, the patent-pending design allows the Release to accelerate and climb with the kind of blazing efficiency you’d normally expect from a wispy, featherweight race rig. The Release 5C, in a nutshell, is the perfect all-rounder. The bike’s modern geometry — long in the front, short in the rear, low in the bottom bracket —lends the bike stability at high speeds without sacrificing agility when the trails get tight. What’s more, this machine is decked out with a peerless parts kit that includes the absolutely bomber Fox 36 Float fork and Fox Performance Elite Float DPX2 rear shock, an ultra-precise SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, a wheelset with Race Face ARC 30 rims and Novatec hubs, and quick-stopping SRAM Guide RS hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm rotors. A KS LEV Integra dropper post and Race Face Aeffect R cockpit components round out the stellar package.
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.
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