Available Now: ABLE Rival AXS and Diamondback Models

Inventory shortages got you down? We are scouring the web to find inventory restocks. Now and then, we’ll be posting bikes, components, and other gear that’s back in stock so that you can upgrade your ride or grab some fresh gear while it lasts!

This week it’s the ABLE Rival AXS and Diamondback Metric, Division, and Atroz 1 bikes.

ABLE Rival AXS Complete Bike


SRAM Rival AXS and GX AXS are here, and so is the ABLE Rival AXS complete bike. Thanks to the compatibility of the two systems, the Allied is ABLE to run a 1×12 drivetrain with drop bar shifters for a wide range, gravel friendly setup.

Grab the complete bike starting at $6,165

Diamondback Metric Bikes

Diamondback Metric 1

This lightweight but sturdy street bike is designed to comfortably and quickly take you from a leisurely stroll through downtown, to a longer commute. The solid build of the Metric models combined with a starting price of only $675 makes them a great choice for a daily rider.

Diamondback Division Bikes

Diamondback Division 1

This bike is designed to be an urban rider’s dream. Lightweight enough to carry upstairs and sturdy enough to take on unpredictable street conditions, the Division models start at $835.

Diamondback Atroz 1 Bike

Diamondback Atroz 1

If you’ve been looking for a full suspension bike without the hefty price tag, this is the bike for you. It comes with a price tag of $1,075, and an 18 speed Shimano drivetrain so you can eat up the climbs with ease.

In case you missed it, click here to check out what was back in stock last time.


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Curious George
Curious George
1 year ago

Is Allied under the same umbrella as Diamondback now?

1 year ago
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1 year ago

No. Stop. Really.

This is like buying a drunk a morning beer to help with their hangover.

If consumer direct brands need somebody between them and their buyer, let them invest as they should IN THEIR DEALER NETWORKS. This just enables laziness and hurts everybody in the long run.