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Mongoose Status Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels)


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  • 26-inch mountain bike with dual-suspension aluminum frame
  • Smooth 24-speed Shimano Easy Fire shifters; RTS Capa fork
  • 26-inch fat tires and arrow black anodized alloy rims
  • Front Promax disc brakes; integrated Shimano levers
  • Powder coated for rust-resistance; 1-year warranty
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Product Description

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The Mongoose Status 26-inch dual-suspension mountain bike is equipped with everything you need for trail riding. The bike features a powder-coated aluminum frame that's durable and rust-resistant, along with MTB 31.8 riser handlebars. The 24-speed Shimano Easy Fire shifters, meanwhile, make it a breeze to change gears while on the move. Finally, the bike's arrow black anodized alloy rims and 26-inch fat tires will conquer the toughest terrain. Other features include front Promax disc brakes, integrated Shimano levers, an RTS Capa fork, and a QR seat post. The bike carries a one-year warranty.

About Mongoose
In 1974, BMX Products, Inc., later to be known as Mongoose Bicycles, launched from a humble garage. The first of its kind, the BMX bicycle was named after bicycle motocross and was designed to fit the needs of the rough-and-tumble dirt-racing pastime that took its toll on wheels and bicycles. The heavy-duty, one-piece cast-aluminum Mongoose Motomag wheel was soon born, and it was the first competition-ready BMX bicycle available. Skip Hess, while in Australia pursuing his motor sports passion, came into contact with a strange and unusual cat-size animal--the mongoose. Known for its passive nature while unprovoked, yet vicious and aggressive enough to kill a threatening Cobra twice its size, the Mongoose impressed Hess, who quickly registered the Mongoose trademark for his new bicycle racing frame.

The Expert BMX bicycle model, which is still a cornerstone of the Mongoose BMX line today, was introduced in 1980. Shortly after, Mongoose captured the first ever ABA National #1 Cruiser Title. Previously known for the 20-inch bicycle, this title signaled the re-direction of Mongoose bicycles to larger-wheeled, adult-sized models. Several years later, Mongoose continues to dominate the cruiser racing circuit with six National No. 1 Cruiser titles, leading to the introduction of adult-sized Mongoose all-terrain bicycles (ATBs).

In 1992, Mongoose pioneered the full-suspension market with the introduction of the Amplifier. This design is still the most-copied suspension design in the market. Several year later, Mongoose launched the Newman adult bicycle frame, which is proven to be 15% stronger than any other bike frame in the market. The design, while functionally sound, also raised eyebrows because of its distinctive look.

In the next few years, Mongoose increased its marketing focus to dominate the bicycle industry, and more important, extend beyond it. The Mongoose brand marketing initiative makes more than 100 million impressions. Mongoose’s brand awareness increased by over 130% in 1999 and solidifies the No. 2 market share position in units and dollars. Mongoose was acquired by Pacific Cycle, LLC, and continues to grow and prosper with more than 40 models of BMX, mountain, trail, freestyle, jumping, comfort, road, and cyclocross bikes.

Product Description

Mongoose 26 Inch Men's Status BikeWith it's down hill aluminum suspension frame, the Status Bike is sure to please the adventure seeker in your family. This bike features from and rear promax disc brakes, MTB 31.8 rise bars with ahead stem, 24-speed shimano with EZ Fire Shifters, integrated shimano levers, SR Suntour alloy forged 3-piece crankset, ARROW black anodized alloy rims and hbs, and QR seat post.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 29 x 54.3 inches ; 46.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 55.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B000Y2VK5S
  • Item model number: R2738
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #662,914 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The spring-loaded Mongoose system is awesome - better than the rigid-frames costing hundreds more.
James Beall
The problems that others have had with deraillers not working and brake rub have not been an issue for me.
Drake
Anyway, if you want a bike that has really good parts, a good setup, and cheap, this is your bike.
Marcos F. Magalhaes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By L. Robinson on August 14, 2008
I found this bike on Amazon for what I thought was a decent price ($50 cheaper compared to everywhere else) so I decided to get it. It arrived on time and was in good shape. I'd say it took around 20 min. to get it out of the box and assemble it up properly. As soon as I started riding it I noticed that both the front and rear brake calipers were rubbing against the disc and were making a horrible noise. After a 15 min. adjustment I had it back up and running again and it has worked fine for me ever scince. Just don't buy a $300 bike expecting it to perform like a $1000 bike, because it wont. However, for all the features that you get, and with a little adjusting here and there I think that this is a good bike for the money.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Drake on November 5, 2008
I bought this bike new from my local store on sale for $180 dollars. I figured a full suspension, aluminum frame bike with disc brakes for $180 was a deal I couldn't pass up. I wish I would have.

After taking it home and doing an initial setup on the bike (adjusting suspension droop, brake pad clearances, etc.) I took it out for the first ride. I use the bike primarily as a commuter, but take it to the local trails on the weekend. The bike preforms as expected on the streets, but the rear suspension was a little weak for my liking. The bob while pedaling hard uphill takes away a lot of your power to the ground.

After my first ride, I got the bike home and did a second check on it (mind you, this is still the first day). I am meticulous with cleaning and checking my bikes after every off-road session. I found the rear derailler was loose. I took it off of the bike and found that the bike shop that assembled the bike did not use any lock-tite on the bolt. This is not a problem with the bike, but the bike shop. I decided to check all of the fasteners on the bike...same problem.

I have now had the bike for about 5 months and it is serving me pretty well as a daily commuter. I have found that as long as I do the maintenance on the bike, everything is holding up pretty well. The problems that others have had with deraillers not working and brake rub have not been an issue for me.

So you may be thinking, why did I rate the bike a two? Pretty simple, really. The weight of the bike and quality of the components leave something to be desired. I have had to replace all of the bushings on the rear linkage twice in the six months that I have owned the bike.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Marcos F. Magalhaes on May 7, 2009
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This bike was the only one that had everything I wanted (dual suspension, dual disk brakes, Shimano EZ shifters) and was under $350.00. I looked at other review, and people were comparing it with $1000's bikes... That's not even close to fair.

Anyway, if you want a bike that has really good parts, a good setup, and cheap, this is your bike. So far, I put a few miles on it and it is really awesome. Suspension, brakes, tires, weight, everything is better than I expected based on the price. A good exercise: compare it with those $300-$350 bikes you see at Sports stores and you'll realize how better this bike is.

Only one con: despite the easy assembly, the front derailer came totally out of alignment. I worked it a bit (I'm no expert), but I will probably spend some $ in servicing it.
2nd review (06/01/09): there's a slight change from the bike you see in the picture and the one I received. The holes in the frame where is installed the bottle support face down. This is a problem, since once you have it with a bottle and the front suspension goes down a 1 inch the front tire hits the bottle. Not the end of the world, but I would change my review to 4 1/2 starts if possible.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Beall on April 15, 2010
I actually own a Mongoose Spark, with dual suspension, and dual disc brakes. I don't see that exact model here, but this Status seems very similar. The Spark needed a lot of adjustments to make it road-worthy, and one bike shop I contacted refused to touch it. "We don't work on department store bikes". Also, as I later learned, the wheels were not dual-wall. After less than 10 hours of riding, the front wheel rim was horribly warped. No, I did not exceed the 200 pound load rating of the bike. No, I did not do airborne jumps into a rock quarry. I am disappointed in this development, because I never had this kind of problem with my old Schwinn, made in the U.S.A. [by the way, that Schwinn was a 10-speed road bike, with goat-horned handlebars, and skinny tires. Over the course of 15 years, it endured hundreds of hours of riding, both on and off the pavement. I actually got interested in mountain biking when I took it on a trip into a Tennessee woodland, following a friend who rode a real mountain bike]. The good news is, I will never go back to a rigid-framed bicycle again. The spring-loaded Mongoose system is awesome - better than the rigid-frames costing hundreds more.
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