Jenson USA win a Diamondback Podium 6 Di2 road bikeWant an early holiday gift for yourself?

JensonUSA is giving away a Diamondback Podium 6 Di2 road bike, and all you have to do for a chance to win is join their specials email list, write a product review on their site or buy something off their site. Entries accepted through Sunday, November 30. Details on their Facebook Page with a convenient one-box email entry form.

Check out the full bike spec here. Complete rules posted after the break…

  • This contest is open to any person 18 years or older with a valid, working email address.
  • Only online product reviews that pass the moderation process will be considered, so please submit only legitimate reviews for products that you’ve ridden. Reviews can take 2-5 business days before they appear on the website while they are moderated for content.
  • Employees of Jenson USA and their family members are not eligible.
  • This contest is open to residents of the 50 United States and its territories.
  • To enter this contest by signing up for email specials, you must use a new e-mail address that is not a prior subscriber to Jenson USA email (i.e., forward this message to a friend and advise them to signup to enter)
  • The winner will be randomly selected from all entries that meet the criteria.
  • For alternate, no cost means of entry, send a postcard containing your name and email address to: “Jenson USA Diamondback giveaway, 1615 Eastridge Avenue, Riverside, CA 92507”. To be considered, we must receive your postcard no later than 11:59pm PST on November 30th.
  • Winner will be contacted via e-mail on or around Dec 3, 2013, and may select any in-stock size of Jenson USA item # BI239C09, 2013 Diamondback Podium 6 Di2 complete bicycle as their prize.


  1. You think they could just not assemble the bike? That way it saves me some time taking the group off the frame before I try (emphasis on try) to sell the frame and wheel set.

  2. Whatever you think of the name, a Diamondback Podium IS nicer than what most people are riding. My Trek 5200 with DA7800 was great for its time…

  3. You think they could just not assemble the bike? That way it saves me some time taking the frame off the group before I try (emphasis on try) to sell the shifters and derailleurs.

  4. i would take the Frame and the Parts! lm not too worried about name brands. l just hope its not white or the horrible bright red thing.

What do you think?