|Item Weight||44.3 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||52.99 x 26.81 x 8.31 inches|
|Item model number||R5500B|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
Mongoose Status Mountain Bike for Men and Women, Status 2.2, 26-Inch Wheels, Black/Red
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- Aluminum MTB frame with Hydro formed tubing and a powerful front suspension fork is strong and reliable
- 21 speeds with a Shimano rear derailleur makes for smooth gear changes on every ride
- Front and rear v brakes ensure quick stops out on the trail
- Light, durable alloy rims and 26x2.125 inch (diameter x width) tires roll over anything
- Riser handlebar with colored end plugs completes the MTB look
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What's your Status?
Many things in life seem to hold us back. There are always errands to run, dishes to do, bills to pay, and it all gets in the way of what you really want to do: ride. Hop on the 26” Mongoose Status 2.2 mountain bike for a ride that won’t hold you back. Featuring a strong aluminum full suspension frame with a powerful suspension fork and rear shock to smooth out bumps, the Status 2.2 is ready for your next adventure. A 21-speed Shimano rear derailleur with SRAM twist shifters guarantees quick shifting and the right gearing for any trail you encounter. Light and strong alloy rims add durability and support knobby 2.125” wide mountain tires that roll over anything in your path. Don’t let life hold you back - get out and ride with the Status 2.2. Finally, a mountain bike that elevates your ride and won't break the bank along the way.
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.
Many things in life seem to hold us back. There are always errands to run, dishes to do, bills to pay, and it all gets in the way of what you really want to do: ride. Hop on the 26" men's Mongoose Status 2.2 mountain bike for a ride that won't hold you back. Featuring a strong aluminum frame with hydro formed tubing and a powerful suspension fork to smooth out bumps, the Status 2.2 is ready for your next adventure. A 21-speed Shimano rear derailleur guarantees quick shifting and the right gearing for any trail you encounter. Light and strong alloy rims add durability and support knobby 2.125" wide mountain tires that roll over anything in your path. Classic front and rear v-brakes help you control your speed and stop on a dime. Don't let life hold you back - get out and ride with the Status 2.2. Finally, a mountain bike that elevates your ride and won't break the bank along the way. There's nothing you can't do on a Mongoose.
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wheel ,handle bars ,seat and pedals - pretty much already assembled . He was out with friends riding in the state park within 30 minutes of putting it together And he was riding it for more than four hours and said it handles well Only issue he had (which I saw from other reviews also ) was he has a sore butt ! I recommend either changing the seat or getting a gel pad cover for it ! Only day one But so far so good seems sturdy and supports a big guy
UPDATED: so we are 6 months in and the bike has needed a few adjustments. First off I had to take it to the bike shop because the handlebars continued to slip and loosen however I don’t know what the bike shop did but they fixed it and it doesn’t come loose anymore. Second. The tires kept popping and / or loosing air changed inner tubes a few times and then changed both tires out to something sturdier with Teflon and now they do not loose any air Still all in all it’s a Good bike for the money but be prepared to re-do a few things on it if it gets heavy use
First off the bike was delayed 3 days due to shipping, not Amazons fault...
When the bike did finally arrive, well what was Supposed to be a RED & BLACK Bike turned out to be something closer to PINK & BLACK........
I Debated about sending it back right then and there, and NOW I Wish I would have.....
I decided to go ahead and put it together after all I was just going to ride it a the lake and around the neighborhood
And so the fun began
I had to take the front brake system off to put the front wheel on, no big deal right.....
then I had to re adjust the front brake system after I had the front wheel, really not a big deal
Things were going good and i was getting use to the PINK & BLACK........ until I went to put the seat on......
I Installed the seat post and tightened down the seat post clamp...... WTH.... the seat post still turned (right to left)....
I ended up using a piece of electric tape to wrap around the post to make the seat post a little thicker worked great ( if any one else has that issue)
After about an hour assembly I thought lets take her for ride.......
about 20 mins into the ride I went to shift gears and that's when I lost it
the chain locked up around the rear spindle assembly locked up the rear tire breaking one of the plastic sprockets,,
I am done with this bike
It is not Amazons fault for the bike, but it is there fault for continuing to sell this bike
I have purchased numerous items from Amazon over the years and enjoy the subscribe and save program
My final thought...... take the money you would spend on this bike and go to Walmart, or a Bike pro shop