The Xpress bike features the same riding experience as the original Dimond, and weighs roughly 200 grams more depending on the size, and comes with a standard build and paint option.


The Brilliant features their new ‘Superfork’ and allows for custom paint and builds. Its magnetic cover on the superfork removes easily to service the brake, but stays on while riding. The prototype was trialled by Dimond pro Maik Twelsiek in Kona at the 2016 Ironman World Championships last October where he delivered the best bike split of the day.

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