Mongoose Legion L100 20" Wheel Bicycle
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- Mongoose full 4130 chromoly BMX frame with an integrated headset features removable brake mounts, just like the pros; top tube measures 21 inch long
- 25x9T gearing with cassette driver and durable 2-piece tubular cromo 175 mm cranks are attached to an 8-spline spindle with sealed mid bottom bracket
- Dependable mongoose full 4130 chromoly fork and chromoly 8.75 inch bars are all attached to the mongoose top loader 50 mm stem
- 36-Hole alloy double-wall rims keep the high volume 2.4 inch wheels true and rolling smoothly
- Rear alloy u-brake with alloy brake levers for crisp stops
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Think you can get air like this?
Extreme riding is the norm on these lightweight, aerodynamic freestyle bikes that are built to withstand the impact of huge air and tough landings. You can ride 'em on the street, race 'em against one of the best, or take 'em to the park for a trick off against your friends. Whatever you choose, BMX riding is all about freedom. Express yourself with sweet tricks, tough grinds and huge air. Or make up your own tricks along the way. It's time to elevate your ride, and Mongoose is here to help.
Elevate your ride
with the Mongoose Legion L100
Get into the action and into the air with a BMX bike that always delivers. Introducing the Mongoose Legion: lightweight, park-ready and incredibly durable. The Legion series ranges from the L10 all the way up to the L100, so you can perfectly customize your ride to fulfill your wildest freestyle wishes. The L10 - L20 are great for beginners, while the L80 and L100 are for experienced freestyle riders ready to take their game to the next level. Freedom is the name of the game on the Legion. No rules, no restrictions, and no riding inside the lines. Stomp tricks, glide down rails and remind your friends why you're the best around. From the brand that first brought BMX bikes to the public in 1974, Mongoose is still delivering durable quality at a price you can afford. It's time to write your own chapter: elevate your ride on the Mongoose Legion.
- 4130 chromoly BMX frame with an integrated headset and rider-friendly geo and pro-style removable brake mounts
How it all began:
Founded in 1974 in a Southern California garage, Mongoose was born when founder Skip Hess designed the MotoMag One wheel to make BMX bikes stronger with a rad new look. From there, BMX riding turned from an underground hobby to a full-blown phenomenon, with Mongoose's innovative products continually forging the sport's exciting new path. Mongoose riders dominated the BMX race circuit in the 1980s, while the company continued to push bicycle boundaries by pioneering the first wave of full-suspension mountain bike frames. Today, Mongoose continues to create products that push riders to thrilling new limits, whether it's ripping through gnarly mountain trails, stomping tricks in the park or owning the urban jungle. From reinventing the wheel to our current line of BMX, mountain and pavement bikes, Mongoose is synonymous with pure, unadulterated performance that always keeps the party going.
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The first thing I loved after opening the box was the beautiful red frame color and I liked the seat it’s my favorite brown leather tone that complemented the red. Assembly was simple & I hit the road! The frame is “pinched” so the seat tube of the frame is small which is nice for jumps & ramps . The gum tires were pretty cool. The cranks were goners by the 3rd week. The spindle is weak and grinded the arm so the bolt was useless. I changed the cranks along with the bottom bracket after I noticed it was exposed by the thin dust caps so I swapped them to better fit my cranks. Pedals are slippery and deadly when your shoe gets wet lol everything else i changed was purely preference, the sprocket was changed for 28t. tires too for black ones and grippier pedals the gum wasn’t my flavor. The only major problem was the cranks. I bought the new parts at the same so the problem was the 1st 3 weeks when it was all stock. Bang for your buck most definitely I recommend.
Cons: to get a great price not all the components are first-rate. Chain is the cheapest KMC you can get, the pedals are Walmart specials. I will replace seat post clamp and pedals ASAP, but even these aren't critical.
Bottom line: Love this bike, got great value for my $. Upgrades will only make it better
UPDATE 6/18/18: Brakes ( if you want/use them) have marginal stopping power for me (170 lbs.) Seat gets uncomfortable fast if you go beyond momentary contact. Suspect that a whole-bike disassembly/re-greasing would be a good idea. None of these quibbles detracts from my enthusiastic rating.
The front wheel hub is binding some when I fully tighten down the wheel bolts onto the fork. Feels like the fork is compressing the front hubs and cones and in-turn the bearings... not sure what I can do to unbind it... you need to tighten down the bolts, if you don't the bolts will be loose and wheel won't be fully fasten to the fork... so if anyone knows of a solution, that would be great.
Other than that, the bike is pretty solid. I like it a lot.