2011 Diamondback Podium 6

You are sure to win with the Podium 6, full carbon frame and Ultegra drive train….

Sizes
52cm, 54cm, 56cm, 58cm, 60cm
Frame
DBR CARBON Monocoque Competition Road Geometry Frame, internal cable routing, Carbon Drop outs, w/Taper headtube
Fork
DBR CARBON Monocoque Competition Road Fork, Carbon Drop outs, w/Taper Carbon steerer tube
Rear Shock
N/A
Cranks
FSA SLK-LIGHT BB30 53,39t
Bottom Bracket
BB30
F. Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra, Braze on
R. Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra 10spd
Shifter
Shimano Ultegra Dual Control 10spd
Brake Levers
Shimano Ultegra Dual Control 10spd
Brakes
Shimano Ultegra dual pivot
Gear
Shimano CS-6700 Ultegra 10spd (11-25t)
Rims
Shimano RS-30
Tires
Michelin Pro 3 700x23c
Pedals
Shimano Ultegra clipless
Handlebar
FSA SLK Compact 31.8 Carbon
Stem
FSA SLK 2014 w/Carbon Face Plate +/-6 degree , 31.8
Seatpost
FSA SLK Carbon post 31.6mm
Seat
DBR Competition Road with NiCro Rails
Headset
FSA No.42 , Sealed ACB for Taper Headtube
Colors
Red/White
Chain
Shimano 105 10spd
Hubset
(F) 16h Alloy QR (R) 20h Alloy Cassette QR
Spokes
Black 14g Stainless Steel
Grips
DBR Cork w/Gel
Extras
Owner’s manual, Chainstay Protector, Clear Coat, H20 bottle mounts
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5 Responses to 2011 Diamondback Podium 6

  1. Jesse says:

    The frame is 880 grams, but i don’t have a total weight.

  2. Arthur says:

    I just got mine and it weighs 17 lbs with pedals and bottle cages!

  3. Chastain says:

    56cm bike weights 16.9 lbs stock w/with pedals, total weight

  4. Don says:

    Was riding old Klien, what a change. Change wheel set and got it down to 15 lbs.

  5. Wayne Baldirdge says:

    Commuting during the week on a fully loaded Nexus Schwinn World Adventure makes the weekend outings seem that much more exciting. The Podium 6 is in the weight range of much more expensive name brands and has quality components that will hold up to aggressive use.
    The first Sunday morning ride was in a 20 MPH Texas wind. Head and cross winds effect progress but the Podium 6 tracks well. Gusts have their effect but a single correction is all that is needed to return to the intended line. Even passing truck disturbances take just a single correction. Down wind and high effort progress is fast, sure and stable.
    Post ride and setup: After 35 miles of rough Texas roads the head bearings required a fresh preload adjustment. All other adjustments stayed spot on. The usual saddle, bar and lever adjustments not included.
    This machine is a keeper.

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