Mongoose Pro Wing Comp Dual Suspension Mountain Bike (18-Inch Frame)
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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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|Frame Material Type||steel|
|Package Height||9 x 30.8 x 53 inches|
|Shipping Weight||46 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was a great deal. You really can't complain about anything at that price and value. Looks super cool too.Published 21 months ago by Tony Vinh Banh
We bought this bike for our 11 year old son. We had problems getting the gearing to work correctly from the start, and finally had to take it to a bike shop for them to adjust. Read morePublished on June 3, 2012 by Marilee Goodrich
One of the main reasons I chose this bike (and thought I was paying a little extra) was because it was advertised with 24 speeds, which I wanted for the hilly gravel roads we have... Read morePublished on March 19, 2008 by Midwest birdwatcher