Bringing back the golden era of the superbike
The vision of Dimond Bikes started with a radical idea to bring back the golden era of superbike designs with a redesign of the Zipp 2001. TJ Tollakson began racing Ironman events on this frame and was soon convinced of the merit of beam bikes as an optimal design.
Though the Zipp 2001 went out of production 13 years prior, it was still proving to be the fastest triathlon bicycle in recent wind tunnel tests. With a taste of innovation and a deep-seated idea, the Rüster Sports team embarked down the path of creating the Dimond Bike.
The first prototypes took many long nights in the shop, but the team finally started producing renditions of the original superbike. The design of the Dimond was refined repeatedly and renovation began to create a state-of-the-art carbon fiber manufacturing facility, now branded the Dimond Mine. By November 2013, the Dimond superbike was released to the public with wind tunnel data confirming its place at the top of the list of “fastest bikes”.
Though still in its early years, the innovation of the Dimond Bike has never stopped. Our Kona bike count climbs year after year. More and more triathletes, from amateur to pro, are convinced of the power of the Dimond after only one test ride.
It takes heat, pressure, and carbon to make a diamond gemstone
Similarly, it takes heat, pressure, and carbon to create the Dimond bicycle. While the physical similarities between the two may end there, one thing is certain; with a Dimond bike, you can be brilliant under pressure.Buy Now