Dimond add another piece to the puzzle – New XS Frame

Computer generated image of the new XS bike

Dimond release their new XS Frame – Proving Great Things Come in Small Packages.

At Trizone we love ‘Beam’ bikes so anytime we see some news from companies like Dimond Bikes we are always happy to post about it…

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter launching the Dimond bike back in October 2014, Dimond noticed they had a little problem – they had underestimated that some of the biggest things come in small packages. Some of the fastest and most aerodynamic riders out there are the ones 5’4”ish and below. Bikes suited to this size are hard to come by, and the smaller riders are often overlooked.

Dimond announced today the new Xtra Small size to the Dimond Lineup. Fitted for 700c wheels, and engineered for Dimond speed and beauty, the XS is their smallest and fiercest frame yet.

And because they have kept customers waiting, Dimond are offering these two paint schemes for free, normally valued at $600.

Computer generated image of the new XS bike

Computer generated image of the new XS bike

First orders will be shipping in September, and this deal is first-come-first-served.

The pricing for their frameset remains at USD$5,950. A race build with Ultra Di2 runs for USD$8,979, and the Premium with Dura Ace Di2 and Zipps runs USD$12,997. If the packaged builds don’t offer something you want, Dimond will make substitutions or subtractions with an adjusted price; Dimond á la carte.

The XS fit data is as below.

Dimond XS sizing chart

The minimal saddle height will be 635mm, frame stack & frame reach will be 490/390mm respectively.

That’s all about the new XS frame. Now we can move on to a bit of bike porn…

Dimond with red words

Dimond black and red shiny

Dimond Mustard and orange



Karl Hayes

Karl is a keen age group triathlete who races more than he trains. Good life balance! Karl works in the media industry in Australia and is passionate about the sport of triathlon.