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Mongoose Men's Fireline Bicycle


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  • Men's dual-suspension mountain bike with aluminum frame and RST Capa suspension fork
  • 24-speed Shimano drivetrain with EZ Fire trigger shifters
  • 31.8-millimeter rise handlebars and ahead stem
  • Alloy deep-dish wheels with paired spokes
  • Promax front and rear disc brakes
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Product Description

Product Description

The Mongoose Fireline has an aluminum dual suspension frame and RST Capa suspension fork. This bike is equipped with an 31.8 mmm rise handlebars with an ahead stem for the perfect riding position. The 24-Speed Shimano Acera drivetrain with Shimano EZ Fire trigger shifters provide smothe easy shifting. This bike is equipped with Promax front & rear disc brakes with integrated Shimano levers. The wheel set is equipped with black deep dish rims, paired spokes and quick release hubs.

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Built for comfort on the road and trail, the Men's Fireline Bike features a dual-suspension aluminum frame and RST Capa suspension fork for responsive maneuverability. The bike is equipped with 31.8-millimeter rise handlebars on an ahead stem for an active and comfortable riding position. With a 24-speed Shimano Acera drivetrain with a Shimano Acera rear derailleur and Shimano EZ Fire trigger shifters, you can take on inclines and declines with confidence. Promax front and rear disc brakes with integrated Shimano levers provide strong stopping power. The wheel set is equipped with functional and stylish black deep dish rims, paired spokes, and quick release hubs.

Specifications:

  • Aluminum dual suspension frame
  • RST Capa suspension fork
  • 31.8-millimeter rise handlebars
  • Ahead stem
  • 24-Speed Shimano Acera Drivetrain
  • Shimano Acera rear derailleur
  • Shimano EZ Fire trigger shifters
  • Promax front and rear disc brakes
  • Integrated Shimano brake levers
  • Deep dish rims
  • Paired spokes
  • Quick release hubs


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 57 x 34 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 54.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001ASO2UA
  • Item model number: R5204
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #597,069 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kellie Jones Palon on December 1, 2012
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Bought this even with the bad reviews, $206 11/12. As I suspected the negative are probably mostly user error. Sure it's heavy as are all full susp (non carbon-fiber) bikes. Front and rear shocks are NOT oil dampened (what do you expect for the price?) Was easy to assemble and set-up (only needed slight adj on rear derail-er). A couple of hard rides so far and nothing bent or broken and an incredible bike for the $. Frame is Aluminum except for the swing arm(part that moves up and down with the rear wheel)
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By James Dylan on August 4, 2010
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First off, after a few days the stickers on the frame all started peeling off. I don't care about the stickers or decals anyway, so I pulled them all off. But still, being in the sun a few days shouldn't cause all the decals to start peeling off.

Secondly, I am having issues changing gears. If I want to go up or down one gear, sometimes I have to click the up or down lever two times, as once won't change it. This is frustrating after I spent $400 for the bike and another $100 to ship it! Even a cheap bike from Crap-Mart will change gears when I want it to! It doesn't happen every time, just when the bike is in a certain gear setting.

Another thing is, the gears just seem to be off. You know how the bike gears has 3 up front and 7 on the rear tire? I find I am mainly using gear # 3, the largest (and normally the hardest and slowest) gear for most of my level-road riding around. Most people would use this when going downhill or coasting with the wind on their back. The smallest gear (which people use when going up a hill) I rarely use at all, as all it does is spin! It seems to me they are all off. I would prefer to use the "middle" gear, #2 for most of my level-road riding, but I find I rarely use it, just when the wind is blowing against me.

In summary, while not a terrible bike, it sure isn't worth $400. I was riding a cheap $97 bike right before this, and I hate to say it, it was just as good. If I was able to, I'd get a refund but I'm sure that would be a pain.
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Update: Mar 2012

Well, I've had the bike almost two years now, and it has completely fallen apart. Today the "cassette" on the rear tire has completely broken up, several of the teeth have broken off.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. Modisette on January 30, 2010
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The frame is of high quality and the graphics are very nice, but the good pretty much ends there. The packaging was so flimsy that it left the frame scarred and worn fresh out of the box. I wanted to do some customizing, but the bolts and nuts were torqued down so tight that a pneumatic impact wrench couldn't remove some of them. I had to cut them off with a dremel tool and buy replacements. The disc brake on the front wheel is so warped that no amount of adjustment will keep it from rubbing as the wheel turns, thus zapping your energy. Also it recommends tire pressure between 40-65 psi. That was quite a range, so I went with 50 psi. Within a few minutes, before I had even got on the bike the front tire tube blew. Also, the bolt to hold on the water bottle holder that it came with were not long enough to grab, so I had to replace it. The seat is garbage, plan on replacing it as well (the planet bike seat that is recommended by Amazon with this is Very Nice). Other than that its fine.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rose Knight on December 22, 2012
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My new bike was shipped FedEx Ground delivery to my home, quickly. The box was solid, no gouges, or signs of abuse during shipping. I was surprised to find the box containing the bike was shipped inside another box. Well protected all around, and simply amazing! My husband assembled this bike within a few minutes, made a few minor adjustments to the brakes, and chain, and I took my new baby for a quick ride. I just love it! It's comfortable, great-looking, and well made. The decals on it may begin to peel if left outdoors in the elements, primarily with a lot of moisture. If that happens, I would just remove the decals. No big deal, and would not in any way keep the bike from performing like it's supposed to. I put 45 lbs. of air in the tires and it fits my comfort level. I am 66 inches tall, and 120 lbs. I would recommend taking your new ride to a bike shop for a new bike tune-up and maintenance to include inspection, lube, adjustments, checking the tire pressure, and safety check. These bikes are shipped "dry," so there are no oils or lubricants. There would be no reason at all for the problems I have read about unless, something on the bike needed adjusting, and was not done prior to riding. I couldn't have made a better choice in a bike. The seat is comfortable, too! Update: I have been forbidden to ride it, unless I purchased a bike helmet, which I have ordered. I chose the Bell Quake helmet in red to match the subtle red spots on the bike and wheels. The helmet is awesome, and perfect for me since I have a smaller head, 22 inches. Can't wait to ride!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By NaNoLEG on February 20, 2013
i dont own this bike but it seems nice and i think the reason ppl have trouble with changing gears is because you have to adjust the gears anyway , most bikes have to have that done first thing i dont think the factory settings would be setup for you especially ordering online, walmart has there bikes tuned by a person at the store that knows bikes and how to fix and tune them right, so if ure getting pised off because of that remember get it tuned and you should be fine, dont expect miracles by ordering online unless it is a bike over 1000$ and if ure ganna spend that much just buy a trek there about 500$ for an 19 inch bike and u can get the same stuff, disc brakes and shocks and even the meaty tires on them specifically for doing mountain biking, and also if ure mountain biking go name brand like trek they have way better warranties and guarentees, well hope this helps ppl out
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