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Diamondback Haanjo Bike 2015

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Diamondback Haanjo Bike 2015

Diamondback Haanjo Bike 2015

Sometimes the path ahead is full of twists and turns. Detours—planned or unexpected—that stretch across gravel roads, rural dirt routes, and time-worn city streets. The Haanjo is a bike for just those kind of adventures. It was designed to function as a long distance gravel and unpaved road race machine but, thankfully for you, the Haanjo transcends the bounds of the original design. Whether you're itching to cut a line through a stretch of untamed gravel or a simply in need of a versatile bike that can tackle the grind of the daily commute to work, The Haanjo is ready to roll.

Designed with stability and endurance in mind, the Haanjo features Diamondback's Enhanced Performance Geometry (EPG) which offers a slightly higher head tube height that helps to reduce strain on a rider's back and neck. This improves the fit for riders with marginally less pelvic rotation and core stability. The Haanjo also offers a slightly slacker headtube angle. At 70°, the headtube is slacker than a typical cyclocross bike, which is similar in many ways to the Haanjo. This feature along with a longer wheelbase offers the rider much more confidence and stability in the descents. Wider bars provide extra leverage for the climbs and added control. With mounts for a rack and fenders and room for larger tires, it is clear that the Haanjo is a very capable rig. Cross bike? Kind of. The perfect commuter? Perhaps. Comfortable long distance rides? Most certainly.

The Haanjo features a fully butted 6061-t6 alloy disc specific frame with a formed top tube, integrated tapered headtube and a carbon fork for stability and control. The FSA Gossamer Cross MegaExo crankset and a mix of Shimano Sora 9 speed drivetrain with Tiagra cassette offer great performance and durability. Avid BB5 cable disc brakes with 160mm front and 140mm Rear Rotors offer ample stopping power and a great feel. All new DB Equation CX 23mm wide rims are laced to alloy disc hubs for a stout and capable wheelset while a DBR flat bar and 3D forged, +/-7 degree rise stem offer a comfortable and stylish cockpit. Rounding out the capable Haanjo is a WTB Silverado Comp Saddle and DBR Performance Post to put you comfortably in the right position.

2015 Diamondback Haanjo Features:

  • Fully Butted 6061-T6 Alloy Disc Specific lightweight frame
  • Shimano Sora drivetrain and shifters for smooth reliable shifting
  • Avid BB5 disc brakes offer excellent stopping power
  • Flat bar and slacker geometry provide a more upright riding position
Frame DB Road, Endurance Geometry, Slack head angle, Fully Butted 6061-T6 Alloy Disc Specific frame, Formed top tube w/ integrated tapered headtube
Fork DB Alloy Straight Leg, 1.5" Taper Alloy Steerer Disc Fork
Cranks FSA Gossamer Cross, Mega Exo, 46/36t
Front Derailleur Shimano Sora FD-3500, 31.8
Rear Derailleur Shimano Sora RD-3500, 9spd
Shifters Shimano Sora SL-3500, Flat Bar, 9spd
Brake Levers Avid FR5 Brake Levers
Brakes Avid BB5 disc w/ 160mm Front / 140mm Rear Rotor
Cassette Shimano HG-50 Tiagra, 9spd, 11-30t
Rims DB Equation CX 23mm Wide Road, 28H Front and 28H Rear
Tires Kenda Happy Medium Sport 700x40
Handlebar DB 31.8mm, 680mm wide, flat bar
Stem DBR 3D forged, ±7°, 31.8
Seatpost DBR Performance Post, Alloy Micro Adjust 27.2mm
Saddle DB Eldorado
Headset FSA NO.42 for 1.5 Taper
Chain KMC Z99
Hubset Front: 28h Alloy QR Disc, Rear: 28h Alloy Cassette QR Disc
Spokes 14g Stainless Steel
Grips DB4L 135mm Kraton
Extras Owner’s manual, Chainstay Protector, Clear Coat, H20 bottle mounts, Rack/fender mount

Please Note: Components are subject to change without notice.

Size 50cm (XS) 53cm (S) 56cm (M) 59cm (L)
Top Tube Length 525mm 540mm 560mm 580mm
Seat Tube Length 500mm 530mm 560mm 590mm
Standover Height 751mm 781mm 807mm 836mm
Head Tube Length 130mm 155mm 175mm 200mm
Head Tube Angle 70° 71° 71° 72°
Seat Tube Angle 75° 74° 73° 73°
Wheelbase 1024mm 1022mm 1032mm 1043mm
Chainstay Length 430 430 430 430
BB Drop 65mm 65mm 65mm 65mm
Fork Offset 45mm 45mm 45mm 45mm
Handlebar Width 680mm 680mm 680mm 680mm
Crank Arm Length 170mm 172.5mm 172.5mm 175mm
Seatpost Length 350mm 350mm 350mm 350mm
4.4 / 5.0
8 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Stars
Decent all all-rounder.
This is my only "normal bike" and it fits the job well. I use this to bike with friends, family, and commuting. I like the slacked design and overall feel of the bike. Seems to be its strongest points.

It does have somethings that I feel will need upgraded eventually. Which make the whole bike cost more expensive. -_-

-Wheels, seems to be the most common complaint about this bike. They aren't bad but not great. I'm 140 pounds wet, so they don't effect me to much but heavier riders beware. Flex and lots of daily abuse seem to be its downsides.

-Seat, sucks replace that rubbish.

-Rear Derailleur? Its okay, but I'll probably switch the drive train for a 10speed XT moutain setup, IDK.

-Cranks? Flex? Once again, heavier riders beware. FSA, Ehhhhhh.

-Paint, looks awesome but is really thin. about 100ish miles and the cables seem to have rubbed through on a few spots which is annoying. Long term longevity doesn't look good.

-Pedals, don't even put that rubbish on the bike. I slapped them on before getting another set of eggbeaters, they make terrible creaking noises. Which makes you think your bottom bracket is going to fall apart mid stroke. (This one is forgivable because most bikes at this price point don't have pedals at all.)

Wow, that's a lot of negatives. All in all, I do really like this bike. Its really easy to setup, took about 20 minutes, and another hour of riding, adjusting to get it all correct.

I would suggest taking off all the plastic bits and stickers, there is a decent amount.

[Disclaimer, I'm very familiar with bikes and can do all my own work, if you have no idea what your doing it may be best to leave it to your local bike shop.]

I'll update this at some-point maybe after 500 miles or so.

Also, in case you were wondering this is exactly the same as the 2014 model just in new color.

PROS: Normal Bike, Norma, Durable, Lightweight, Light Trail Rides, Versatile

CONS: Cable Mangement, Paint Is Thin, Fsa, Pedals, Wheels, Derailleur

BEST USES: Normal Riding, Family Time, Commuting/City, Cyclecross
June 7, 2015
Central PA
unexpectedly fun bike
I originally bought this bike to commute to work. I started to ride it mostly on the street but found myself taking it off road (I'm at mtb'r at heart, not much of a roadie.) I now find myself taking it out to the local XC trails and ride it more often than I even ride my full fledged mountain bike. This bike is so slacked out compared to a normal road bike combined with the flat bars it seems more playful than one built to race cross. This bike straddles a line I didn't think was there in between CX and MTB especially with the 40c tires. Im planning on a few upgrades to the drivetrain as time goes along for durability (Zee/XT?) as that may be the only downside to this build but over the last few months it has held up pretty well even over some gnarlier terrain (gnarlier than I thought a bike like this should have been able to handle), although if you ride it mostly on the road I wouldn't worry too much about that.

BEST USES: Commuting/City, Mountain Biking
February 6, 2015
The blue bomber
Super quick delivery
August 15, 2016
Pasadena, ca
Great bike and components for the price!
Everything came in great condition and the bronze package seemed fine.
July 27, 2016
Great bike, great price.
Arrived in good condition, although the derailer wasn't attached.
July 8, 2016
Albuquerque, NM
Great Bike!!!
Excellent service and delivery!
June 16, 2016
Rogers, MN
Love my new Diamondback Haanjo Gravel
Service and delivery were great
October 6, 2016
Beaver Island, Mi
Nice bike. But swapping for more comfortable seat
Super fast delivery. Was surprised how fast it was to Singapore. Felt like less than a week. However assembly was more than expected which is okay but biggest issue was could not get the rear derailer on and had to take it to the local bike shop anyway and pay for part assembly. Overall I felt there was a still too much assembly involved which is okay. But the rear derailer did not fit. Bike shop had to clean out some of the thread to get it on.
July 30, 2016

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My Klein Mantra says shock has eye width 7/8" top and bottom with shock eye ID 6 mm. Would this be compatible? I realize I would be subbing 7.875 x 2.5 for 7.875 x 2.25 with this shock.
Thank you
Chris on May 15, 2016
Do these brakes come with brake pads?
TheNinerGuy on May 15, 2016
Does this crank work with shimano XT bottom bracket? SM-BB70
steven on May 15, 2016
What is the internal diameter? Or what tube diameter it fits?
Luis on May 14, 2016
What size steerer tube does this stem fit?
kl on May 14, 2016
The product page says the axle is 15mm x 110mm, which doesn't sound right. Could you please confirm?
Mikael on May 14, 2016
Is front brake lever for left or right side?
Johnny on May 13, 2016
Does anyone know the inflated tire circumference measurement of the maxxis DTH 20x1.6" and 20x1.75"
Eric on May 13, 2016
What other accessories are necessary for rpm and bum ?
Speed/rpm Sensor?
Jmlapoint on May 13, 2016
Weight of individual wheels
big guy on May 13, 2016
Does Rockgardn Karma Race Short have padding for mt. bike?
Scorpion King on May 13, 2016
True to size? Is a 12 a 12?
Fit, narrow, wide or medium?
maheoway on May 13, 2016
What is the shell width compatibility of this crankset? I am building a "monster cross" bike and want to use a single ring setup on a frame with 73mm shell, but I want to be able to use the direct mount chainring for a single ring up to 42 teeth.
Jim B on May 13, 2016
I saw this tire at pinkbike, in a 27.5 size... Until now i havent seen any in the market... I've been eyeing on this for almost a year. Can i get it from you "jensonusa"
Niwre on May 13, 2016
What is the chainline on a 73mm by
Nick on May 13, 2016
that boots is compatible whit sram xx1 crank?
PABLO on May 12, 2016
1. Running Shimano M675 listed. Compatible?

2. Is this buy for 2 sets or one set of pads? The add doesn't seem to specify.
John on May 12, 2016
I have 700x42c on my Raleigh currently, is it ok to get the 32c? I'm a little puzzled by the charts I've searched! Any help appreciative!
Dmoney313 on May 12, 2016
Hi, I would to know if Thule Raceway 9003 Pro 2 Platform Bike Rack fit my van model L300.
Sachok Phantom on May 9, 2016
Can these be converted to traditional QR?
SDDK31 on May 9, 2016
How much adjustment range is there? What is the distance between the minimum insertion length and maximum insertion?
markhan on May 9, 2016
I need QR front and rear, but the description isn't clear on what would arrive.
Will these fit a 9mm front and 10mm rear?
Dennis on May 8, 2016
Does the Orbea Occam am come in a 1x option?
Ryack on May 8, 2016
What hubs are used on these wheels?
Dennis on May 8, 2016
Question is about the Chromag Ranger V2 Stem - what STEERER size is it for? 1-1/8" or 1-1/4"?
Eric on May 8, 2016
Can I replace a BB5 Caliper on a 140mm Rotor with a 160mm BB7 Caliper?
Scott on May 8, 2016
What's the point of having a fatbike tubeless kit that is only 45mm? Seems like most fatbike rims are in the 60-100mm range. Am I missing something here?
Stevan on May 8, 2016
what's the actual length of the fork? wondering if it will fit inside my lugage( box not included_
Eric on May 7, 2016
What is the bolt center diameter on this chain ring?
Chris B Fo Sheezy on May 7, 2016

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