Diamondback Announces Partnership with LOGE Camps

June 7, 2021

Diamondback will begin supplying bike rentals to LOGE camps, offering guests a new way to explore the Pacific Northwest, California and Colorado

KENT, Wash., (June 7, 2021) Diamondback Bicycles, a leader in bike innovation, has announced a new demo partnership with LOGE Camps, the hotel that gets you outdoors. Beginning in Summer of 2021, Diamondback will offer the Division1, Atroz 2, and Release 29 1 at select LOGE Camps across the country. Guests will have the opportunity to hop on a Division 1 and cruise around the city or hit the local trails with the Atroz and Release.

“LOGE Camps was designed to provide easy access to all the outdoor spaces we know and love,” said Gavin Burns, Head of Business Development at LOGE Camps. “One of the simplest ways to spend time outside is on a bicycle, and we’re ecstatic to be able to provide our guests with that resource, supplied by Diamondback.”

LOGE Camps has five locations in vibrant outdoor and cycling communities in the Rockies and along the West Coast, all of which are situated near great trails and active towns. Guests will have the ability to choose between Diamondback’s city bikes or mountain bikes giving them the option to hit the multitude of trails nearby or to easily check out the local digs without having to get in the car.

“We’re beyond excited to partner up with another Washington-based brand heading into summer,” said Jill Nazeer, Director of Marketing at Diamondback. “LOGE Camps is all about making it easier for folks to travel and have genuine outdoor experiences, an ideal we also prioritize at Diamondback. LOGE’s prime locations, accessible options and shared ethos made it an easy decision to team up with them and get more people on bikes.”

Diamondback bicycles will be available at locations in Leavenworth, Bend, Mt. Shasta, and Breckenridge, with plans to expand in 2022. The Division 1 will be free to all guests staying with LOGE and the Atroz 2 and Release 29 1 will be available for rental.

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About Diamondback Bicycles:

Born in Camarillo, California, in 1978 and today based in Kent, Washington, Diamondback designs and builds performance bicycles for every rider at every level. With roots in the BMX world, and ongoing innovations in gravel, road and mountain and mountain technologies, Diamondback continues to build a legacy of quality, service, and community. For more about Diamondback Bicycles, visit www.diamondback.com.