- Shipping Weight: 33.4 pounds
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- ASIN: B00KY1KQ2M
- Item model number: R2790KM
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
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Mongoose Men's Disorder 700c Fixie Bike, White
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- Aluminum frame, steel fork for as responsive ride
- Front & rear caliper brakes for sure stopping
- Colored high profile rims are the latest urban style
- Riser handlebars offer an upright position
- Matching colored grips, seat & tires
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|Brake Style||Mechanical Rim|
|Frame Material Type||Aluminum|
|Package Height||8.5 x 29 x 53 inches|
|Shipping Weight||33.4 pounds|
The Mongoose Disorder is a 700c wheel fixie road bike that is designed as a one speed bike for simplicity and the fixie tradition, equipped with front and rear caliper brakes for sure stopping and the riser handlebars offer a upright riding position. The high profile rims offer the latest in urban fixie style and the flip flop hub allows for using a fixed gear or freewheel.
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A few things.
First, this is listed as a fixie. I stated that I am not a hardcore cyclist, I just want to do about 15 miles a week on it. I took the bike to the shop so I could convert the bike from a Fixie to a freewheel.
To my surprise, the guy called me back and said, my bike is already a free wheel. This worked out for me b/c it saved me about $50 bucks to convert, but for those looking for a Fixie, this is NOT a fixie bike as stated.
The wheels will keep turning even if you don't pedal.
A few other things that you may want to know. The installation process was fairly easy, but you would kinda have to be a little deductive as the manual wasn't made specifically for this bike.
The orange tires will get dirty after 1 spin, so it wont stay orange the entire time.
The cool looking orange sit is pretty uncomfortable. It's not so bad if you are wearing cycling shorts, but it's pretty uncomfortable after about a mile of riding if you're just wear shorts. If you plan to upgrade to a more padded seat, that would throw off the cool white and orange look of the bike.
It is a single gear bike, and so far, it rides pretty smooth. The brakes do feel a little flimsy, but works fine and I don't think you really need to upgrade it.
I also had a problem pumping up air in one of the tires, so I ended up taking the bike to the shop and just upgrading both tubes. So many reviews for bikes in this price range where the tubes blow out after a few spins.
So overall, great bike. Love the colors. Rides smooth, but the seat is pretty hard. Definitely not a fixie bike for those looking for one.
A quick installation tip: The manual shows that when you install the seat, there is supposed to be a screw you can tighten. It's weird, you just push the seat down as far as it can go. There is nothing to tighten it.
When putting in the front wheel, make sure the handle bars are facing the right way. I installed the wheel backwards. Thank goodness I couldn't pump air into the front tire, so it prevented me to take it out for a spin. A friend of mine came over and noticed I had it on backwards.
Last thing, I took off the little plastic piece that covers the bike chain. I think it makes the bike look more legit =)