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Mongoose Pro Wing Comp Dual Suspension Mountain Bike (18-Inch Frame)

3.2 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Spinner Grind Fork front suspension fork with 70mm travel
  • RST-22 Rear Coil Shock
  • Shimano Altus rear derailleur and Shimano C050 front derailleur
  • Shimano EF-29 rapid-fire Trigger Shifters
  • RPM cold forged alloy crankset and Joy Tech alloy hubs
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Product Description

The 26 Mongoose Wing Comp is rugged and agile, ready to take on the most challenging urban or trail terrain. If you are a serious off-road rider, the Wing Comp gives you everything you need to handle what you can dish out. The Wing Comp features a dual suspension 7005 alloy main frame and steel rear triangle, equiped with a Spinner Grind Fork and RST-22 rear shock. Make a quick shift on the go with Shimano EF-29 EZ-fire trigger shifters, C-050 front and Altus rear derailleurs. Take on the trail or mountain with the Kenda Koyote tires, Alex SCE17 w/ GSW 32H rims and RPM cold forged alloy cranks.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 46 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000F6X94S
  • Item model number: M5242Z
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #831,778 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Size: 20-Inch Frame Verified Purchase
This bike has a 6061 aircraft quality aluminum frame with aluminum alloy for forks and a alloy steel rear triangle. Easy assembly with basic hand tools within 30 minutes. you will need a tire pump since the tires are only partially filled at the factory. The shifters needed some adjustment to get in the correct gear which was easy. The bike features quick release hubs, (front and rear), a quick release seat post and thumb styles shifters. The bike has a very smooth ride compared to a traditional hard frame and could be even smoother if the tires were switched to comfort style tires but that would limit the bike to paved surfaces. My son who is more of an avid rider that myself said this bike was better than his Diamondback Outlook.
Overall, if you are looking for an entry to mid level bike that is better than the run of the mill department store stuff. this might be your bike especially during the August clearance sale when they change year models/colors. The free shipping and no sales tax makes it even more attractive.
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I bought 2004 model (same but red/white color). It was on clearance at Amazon for $229.00 total. I used it on the bike lane beside my house with the kids. With the gas sky rocketing I decided to carpool, so started to bike 1 1/2 each way to the subway station to meet my ride and lock my bike with heavy duty cable. There are about 50 to 100 bikes chained to serires of posts. The bike was great. Shifts were smooth, the dual suspension makes you feel that you are riding on air. After couple month my bike was stolen. From all the bike, some were better than mine with less thicker cable, the ..... choose my bike. I was dsapointed, espacially I was enjoying the ride and the smootheness of the bike. Now I'm using my old bike which no one will take even if I left it unlocked. I bought a new Master Lock Street Cuff and a very thick chain (both with warranties to replace the bike if the lock was broken).

Now, I'm waiting for my birthday in August and hoping the bike will go on sale till then.

I strongly recommend the bike. I will buy one in august.
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This bicycle is exactly as advertised. Assembly took about 30 minutes and I was up and running. The rear gears needed some slight adjusting, then everything worked great. For the price, this is a good bicycle. The one drawback is that it is quite heavy. Other than that I have no complaints.
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Great entry level bike for the price. Easy assembly, took about 30 minutes. Gearing was great, took it for a ride right after assembly. The only thing I will change is the pedals which seem a bit slippery after going through mud. The shocks worked great going off high curbs...
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Size: 16-Inch Frame Verified Purchase
UPDATE:
Today I tried to install a water bottle cage. When I tried to loosen the factory bolts in the frame that are there to install a cage, one of the nuts that are welded inside the frame broke, so now the bolt is loose but stuck in the frame. It's probably going to rattle like crazy all the time.
This really bums me out. Rating adjusted to one star. I really am considering returning it.

The bike came in a box that was kind of beat up. When I removed the bike from the box, I found it very dirty as if it had gotten damp somehow and then got dust on it. There are several marks in the paint and at least one gouge in the frame that is down into the metal. Doesn't appear to be bad enough to make it unsafe. I really wish I had touch up paint for the blue and gray parts of the frame. The stem, crank, QR levers, and other parts are banged up like the bike was dropped on its side on a concrete floor. None of this affects functionality, it just looks bad. I am mostly bummed out about the scratches and scuffs on the frame. There were not any parts missing, and assembly was very simple. I have not tested the way the bike shifts, but I anticipate that adjustments will be needed.

I spent a half hour with a rag to clean it up and I like the appearance of the bike.

I noticed after inflating the tires that there is some play in the rear shock. I moved the bike by picking it up by the seat and noticed a slight clunk. It took me a while to find it, but there is play at the top bolt of the shock where it mounts to the frame. I believe there is excess clearance between the bolt and the holes in the frame. I may try to find a bolt that fits the hole better because if it clunks like that I expect that the hole will become elongated over time.
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