Redline D860 Mountain Bike

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Redline D860 Mountain Bike
The Redline D860 is a 29" full suspension mountain bike that's a brilliant performer when your trail riding takes a turn for the rough. The D860's frame is constructed of hydroformed aluminum for strength and durability and features Redline's Binary Link rear suspension system that's designed to lower the center of gravity, minimize climbing bob, and eliminate brake jack. Up front there's a RockShox Reba RLT suspension fork with 100mm of travel plus a 15mm thru-axle that does wonders for the bike's handling and control.

The D860 is equipped with Shimano SLX 2x10-speed components which are prime beneficiaries of Shimano's trickle-down technology philosophy. The shifting is precise and reliable through the full gamut of trail conditions, the 2x10-speed drivetrain provides gears to handle the steepest ascents as well as rip-roaring downhill runs, and the SLX hydraulic disc brakes with ICE Technology are ace performers in any weather.

The 29" wheels feature WTB Frequency Team aluminum rims and Schwalbe Rapid Rob 29 x 2.25" tires. The SRAM X9 hubs feature thru-axles front and rear for increased stiffness and better handling. To round out this stellar build Crank Brothers Cobalt 1 and Cobalt 2 components are spec'd for the stem, bars, and seatpost while a Fizik Nisene saddle ensures you're comfortable throughout your longest stints in the woods.
  • Hydroformed aluminum frame with Redline's Binary Link rear suspension system, press fit BB92 bottom bracket, and a tapered head tube
  • RockShox Reba RLT suspension fork with 100mm of travel plus RockShox Monarch SL rear shock
  • Shimano SLX 2x10-speed drivetrain provides precision shifting and durability
  • Shimano SLX hydraulic disc brakes with ICE Technology deliver consistent all-weather stopping power
  • 29" WTB Frequency Team aluminum rims are stiff and reliable
  • SRAM X9 hubs feature front (15mm) and rear (12x142mm) thru-axles
  • Schwalbe Rapid Ron 29x2.25" tires provide plenty of grip on rougher trails
  • Crank Brothers Cobalt 1 aluminum stem and handlebars plus Cobalt 2 aluminum seatpost
  • Fizik Nisene saddle is lightweight and comfortable
Redline D860 Mountain Bike
  • FRAME Hydroformed aluminum frame with Redline's Binary Link rear suspension system, tapered head tube, BB92 bottom bracket
  • FORK RockShox Reba RLT suspension fork, 100mm travel, 1-1/8" - 1.5" tapered steerer tube, 15mm thru-axle
  • REAR SHOCK Rockshox Monarch RL
  • HEADSET FSA internal sealed bearing, 1-1/8" upper/1.5" lower
  • CRANKSET Shimano SLX Hollowtech II, 38x24T chainrings, Crank arm lengths: 15"=170mm; 17/19/21"=175mm
  • BOTTOM BRACKET FSA Press Fit BB92
  • SHIFTERS Shimano SLX, 2x10-speed
  • LEVERS Shimano SLX
  • HANDLEBAR Crank Brothers Cobalt 2 aluminum, 31.8mm diameter, 9 degree back sweep, 8mm rise, Widths: 740mm all frame sizes
  • STEM Crank Brothers Cobalt 1 aluminum, 31.8mm clamp, +/- 6-degree rise, Lengths: 15"=80mm; 17/19"=90mm; 21"=100mm
  • FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano SLX
  • REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano SLX 10-speed
  • CASSETTE Shimano SLX 10-speed, 11-34T
  • BRAKES Shimano SLX hydraulic disc with ICE Tech, 160mm rotors front/rear
  • WHEELSET 29" WTB Frequency Team rims; SRAM X9 15mm thru-axle front hub/SRAM X9 12x142mm thru-axle rear hub
  • TIRES Schwalbe Rapid Rob 29x2.25"
  • PEDALS Not included
  • SEATPOST Crank Brothers Cobalt 1 aluminum, 31.6mm diameter
  • SADDLE Fizik Nisene
  • CHAIN KMC X10L 10-speed
  • GRIPS/TAPE Redline Flight flangeless lock-on
  • Rating 4

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Redline D860 Mountain Bike
 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Versatile (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Mountain biking (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Avid cyclist (3)
    • Cycling Style:
    • Speed oriented (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (4)

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4.0

A little on the heavy side but overall not bad

By Nomo

from Portland CT

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Pros

    Cons

    • Heavy

    Best Uses

    • Mountain Biking

    Comments about Redline D860 Mountain Bike:

    Being only 5'4" I was not planning on getting a 29er. saw this for cheap on Nashbar so I jumped on it. Stand over is low, Frame is heavy (about 1 lb or so more than it should be). Tires are skinny and worthless(only 2.0"actual). It is listed as a XC bike bike but I intend on light AM type riding. Paint job is good and components work well together. WTB rims are heavy but easy to go tubeless. Hubs are smooth.Not much room for bigger tires. I'm hoping the Mavic crossmax WTS fits I bought.

    • Cycling Style:
    • Speed Oriented
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    4.0

    Nice Bike

    By Terry

    from Niceville, Florida

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Beautiful
    • Handles Nicely
    • Works Great

    Cons

    • Documentation Not Great

    Best Uses

    • Mountain Biking

    Comments about Redline D860 Mountain Bike:

    This is a follow-up to a previous review. I see that in the 6th paragraph, I said "brake rotor" where I meant to say "front brake caliper". The main points from the last review is just that some instructions specific to that bike would have been really nice, and that the front derailleur wasn't set up right at the (Chinese) factory.

    When I took it for a ride, I ended up wishing that I would have tightened the bolt that fastens the saddle to the seatpost. It was an easy fix afterwards, of course. I had assumed that, since it was already assembled, it was already properly tightened. My bad!

    I measured the weight. It measured about 31.5 pounds. That seems pretty good for what it is.

    I was really impressed by how the bike handled out on the trails. It seemed like this bike required less muscle from me than the bike it replaced had required. (It replaced a Gary Fisher HiFi that had developed a broken chainstay.) I wasn't missing the old bike one bit – this one is really nice in the rough stuff. The handlebars are about 110 mm (4.3 inches) wider than the previous bike; because of the need to snake it between trees, I may end up shortening the handlebars a couple of inches on each end. The shifting, braking, and suspension were flawless.

    It is a good looking bike. The welds are nicely done, and the paint job is flawless.

    I was really impressed with the bikes handling, and also the bike's looks. I am very happy with my purchase, and I believe that this bike is an excellent value.

    • Cycling Style:
    • Speed Oriented
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    4.0

    Great bike at a great price, high end components for less.

    By RedlineGuy

    from NorthCarolina

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Air Front And Rear
    • Components
    • Lightweight
    • Versatile
    • Weight

    Cons

    • Brake Lines Too Long
    • Rear Linkage Holds Mud

    Best Uses

    • Xc And Trail

    Comments about Redline D860 Mountain Bike:

    Fantastic mid-grade mountain bike for the casual rider. Light weight and thoughtful design with very few cut-corners. (Exa: matched components all around - no "SLX" rear derailleur with "Deore" front.) The rear design lends to fantastic small-bump compliance with minimal pedal bob and front has compression, compression bypass gate, and rebound adjustments for fine-tuning. The included tires impressed (usually the first thing I replace, but these are great!)

    The only downside I would indicate is the rear suspension linkage collects and holds mud and rocks, so I'd highly suggest the manufacturer create some manner of small rear fender in the rear triangle for future models. This might not be a problem for those out riding in the more arid locations, but is for us in the south east.

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    5.0

    What a great bike!

    By Cardio boy

    from Little Rock, AR

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Excellent Value
    • High Quality
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Not a lightweight

    Best Uses

    • Mountain Biking
    • Trail riding

    Comments about Redline D860 Mountain Bike:

    Overall, great value for the dollar. Excellent mid level components.
    Easy set up. Top notch Rock Shox suspension. Nashbar's 20% off
    makes this bike hard to beat.

    • Cycling Style:
    • Comfort Oriented
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    4.0

    Nice Bike

    By Terry

    from Niceville, Florida

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Looks good
    • Nice components
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Made in China
    • Poor instructions
    • Takes Plenty Of Fiddling

    Best Uses

    • Mountain Biking

    Comments about Redline D860 Mountain Bike:

    Opening the box, it looked like it would be quick and easy to assemble the bike. Moreover, the box indicated that only a few basic tools would be needed. The saddle was assembled to the seatpost, and it was in the box separately – really good so far. The rear wheel was even installed already. The front wheel was separate, but that was understandable.

    Unpacking the bike started with pulling out the seatpost and saddle. The front wheel was strapped to the frame, so the rest of it had to come out in one piece. One of the cranks was in between the spokes of the front wheel, but it wasn't too difficult to wiggle out. The handlebar is removed, but all of the parts are installed on the handlebar, and the cables are all hooked up. The front brake caliper is hooked up to the brake lever assembly, and all filled with fluid, but it is not attached to the front fork. The front wheel has no brake disk installed; it is packaged separately.

    There is a quite a bit of paperwork with the bike, but it is mostly the paperwork that came with some of the components, and most of it is written to cover a number of different models and variations. There is a packet of Redline paperwork, but it is mostly generic lawyer stuff, and nothing specific to this bike.

    Okay, so the first order of business is to install the brake rotor. Sorting through a ton of paperwork, there is nothing to indicate how to install it. I finally go online, and find out how to do it. It takes a torx bit and a torque wrench. Good thing I have my trusty Nashbar torque wrench set. The little chain link looking parts go under each of the bolts with the side marked "top" up. The screws are installed loosely, the disk it pushed in a clockwise direction (without touching the disk), and the bolts are torqued to 2 to 4 newton-meters.

    The handlebar is next. It is not evident how to turn it, but I finally figure it out. Thankfully, the torque value is marked next to the bolts.

    The brake rotor was not too bad to install. They slide into place, and the two bolts are started. You squeeze the brake levers and torque the two bolts to spec.

    The seat tube was not too bad either. There was no quick-release lever, but the bolt was marked with its torque value. It was pretty hard to get the screw started, though.

    The rear derailleur seems to be set up right. It shifts like a charm.

    The front derailleur is initially on the small ring. It shifts to the big ring, but won't go back to the small ring. After plenty of fooling around, I figure out that the setup is all wrong. The shift cable is running through the clamp backwards, and one of the shift positions it has been adjusted for is one that is not available for 2 chainrings. Once I get it all set up correctly, it works fine, but at first it was all dorked up.

    The next step was setting up the pressures in the front fork and the rear shock. A little relevant guidance in the packaging would have been nice.

    I blew the better part of a weekend fiddling with it. I haven't had it out on the trails yet, but it seems like a very nice bike, and a very good value at that. I can't wait to take it out and get it dirty.

    • Cycling Style:
    • Speed Oriented
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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