- Product Dimensions: 55 x 29 x 8.5 inches ; 48 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 48.8 pounds
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- ASIN: B000FX61RS
- Item model number: R4586Z
- Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,316,209 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Mongoose Tech 4 Men's Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels)
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- 4-Bar Link XC Suspension Frame
- 24 Speed SRAM 4.0 Shifting
- Rock Shox Judy J1 Fork
- Alloy XC bars/Alloy Ahead Stem
- Suntour XR170 Alloy Tripple Crankset
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R4586Z Features: -Full suspension bike.-4 Bar link XC suspension frame rock shox judy J1 fork.-24 Speed SRAM 4.0 shifting.-Alloy XC bars alloy ahead stem promax disc brake front.-Suntoru XR170 alloy triple crankset.-Wheels anodized black rims alloy QR hubs.-WTB speed saddle kenda xc tires. Assembly Instructions: -Assembly required.
The Mongoose Tech 4 men's dual-suspension mountain bike is designed for smooth, efficient riding, helping you hit the trail with confidence. The Tech 4 is equipped with a four-bar link suspension frame and a Rock Shox front fork, which work together to absorb bumps and increase control. The bike also includes a 21-speed SRAM drivetrain with Shimano twist shifters, making it easy to switch gears on straightaways or hills. Other features include a front and a rear alloy V-brake, 26-inch Kenda Kharisma tires, a Suntour XR170 alloy triple crankset, anodized black rims, and a WTB Speed V saddle.
- Frame: 4-bar link suspension
- Fork: Rock Shox Judy J1
- Suspension: Dual
- Drivetrain: SRAM
- Speeds: 21
- Shifters: SRAM Sx4
- Front brake: Alloy V Brake
- Rear brake: Alloy V-brake
- Rims: Anodized black
- Tires: 26-inch Kenda Kharisma
- Crankset: Suntour XR170 alloy triple
- Saddle: WTB Speed V
Founded in 1974 in a Southern California garage, Mongoose has always been an innovator. From the company's initial cast-magnesium MotoMag wheels to its current crop of BMX, mountain, and pavement bikes, the Mongoose name has been synonymous with bicycle performance. Mongoose builds specifically for riders, which is why the company's BMX designers aren't wasting time watching reruns on ESPN2. Instead, they're constantly testing their new designs at the park, on the track, and on the hill. This continuous experimentation is what drives Mongoose to cook up things like the Front Porch head tube, which lets you fine-tune the handling on Black Diamond series mountain bikes, or Freedrive suspension technology, which eliminates pedal bob and provides a super-efficient full suspension. Mongoose bikes don't just push the limits; they set new ones.
Top Customer Reviews
I won in third place on a mountain marathon (beginner category) with this bike.
If you get this bike I would recommend you to take it into a bike shop and get it assembled.
The bike is very durable, the rims are very light.
It has good tires and fork.
The double suspension is good when going down cliffs.
The fork model is incorrect on the Amazon’s description, it says: Fork: Rock Shox Judy J1, and it should say: Rock Shox DRAFT. At least I received mine with a Rock Shox Draft and it’s the one in the picture.
You might need to change the saddle since it’s kind of big. (I’m a 1.66m person).
The place where the crank arm and pedals go was incorrectly assembled, it was in the wrong side causing that speeds vary and problems with the chain.
Double suspension might slow you down when going uphill.
About that front derailleur: I see that a few reviewers here were having trouble with it too. I first adjusted it myself, but since I couldn't get it exact, I thought I was doing something wrong. After taking it to a bike shop and still having the same shifting problems, I know it wasn't me. That front derailleur is extremely tight and hard to work with. You have to set it extremely tight just to get anywhere.
The Shocks are great and I can definitely feel the difference compared to other bikes I had. I do like this bike, and I want to rate it higher, but that issue with the front derailleur hurts the feelings a lot. It makes the bike risky to use at higher gears since there is rub and the shifting is iffy. If I figure out the issue with that, I'd rate this bike higher.
*New (7/22/12)So now there's a new problem with this bike. The bolt that holds the crankshaft in place seems to be missing. Because of that, there's some play between the parts and that could be the reason why some people had the issue of the chain hopping off the track at higher gears. I'm going to see if there's anything that can be done about that. I really like the bike but there have been a lot of problems....
Other than that, this bike kick some serious curb. Very comfortable, easy ride, the gears are a little tricky to figure out but once you get the hang of it, you're good to go.
Will need to get a kick stand and a bottle holder as those are not included.
I assembled it and took it to a bike shop to get a tune up. I was informed that both wheels were not true and the components were not of the best quality.
I always had trouble with shifting(even after taking it to two different bike shops for tune ups)either it would skip a gear or the chain would pop out.
I mainly used it as a road bike, but the few times I took it off road on a trail the chain always popped and as I would peddle I could feel it slipping.
On one occasion the chain popped off and got tangled in the peddle. As I was down peddling and going up hill I couldn't stop resulting in the front derailleur getting yanked by the chain and completely warped(I was going pretty hard while going up the hill on a dirt trail)
I decided to give up on this bike as my main road/mountain bike. I will fix it and keep it as a road bike, but it will definitively not be seeing any trails.