- Product Dimensions: 8 x 27 x 53 inches ; 40 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 42.2 pounds
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- ASIN: B00AWNHSSM
- Item model number: R5500
- Average Customer Review: 48 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #430,596 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Mongoose Men's Status 2.2 Full Suspension Bicycle (26-Inch Wheels), Matte Black, 18-Inch
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- Mongoose Aluminum full suspension frame
- Front suspension fork
- 21 speed Shimano rear derailleur with SRAM twist shifters
- Linear pull brakes for great breaking power
- Alloy wheels
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|Bike Type||Mountain Bike|
|Brake Style||linear pull|
|Cpsia Warning||No Warning Applicable|
|Frame Material Type||Aluminum|
|Item Dimensions||53 x 27 x 8 inches|
|Item Display Weight||40 pounds|
|Item Weight||40 pounds|
|Number Of Speeds||21|
|Shipping Weight||42.25 pounds|
|Suspension Type||full suspension|
|Wheel Size||26 inches|
The Mongoose Status 2.2 26" Men's Full Suspension Mountain Bike features a light weight aluminum frame and alloy rims plus 21 speeds for all types of riding. Linear pull brakes provide great braking power and it's designed with a comfortable but athletic riding position.
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Me gustó mucha la bicicleta, muy sencillo de armar y viene con las herramientas necesarias. El precio es todavía mejor, claro que no es profesional, pero he subido una montaña varias veces y no tuve ningún problema. Tiene una suspension debajo del asiento que absorbe muy bien los hoyos del camino y pasan desapercibidos algunos de ellos. los frenos funcionan muy bien, a veces se aflojan pero es por el uso, es fácil arreglarlos cuando se aflojan. Las velocidades también son fáciles de cambiar.
I liked the bike a lot, very simple to put together and it comes with the necessary tools. The price is even better, of course not professional, but I have climbed a mountain several times and I had no problem. It has a suspension under the seat that absorbs very well the holes of the road and go unnoticed some of them. The brakes work very well.
I'm not climbing mountains, just a few hills. The gearing appears to me to be fine for steep terrain. I've put about 100 miles on this bike without issue. None of those miles were on a road and it was rough terrain on a narrow track over grassland (fairly bumpy). The suspension seems to help me a good deal. I couldn't ride on this trail with previous bikes due to the bumps and bouncing to the point of non enjoyment. It steers well.
For the price range this bike is in, I see no honest faults. Components could be more costly and well made, but if you wanted those things you wouldn't be looking at this bike. The chain switches gears when I want it to without a blip with amazing accuracy. The saddle seems decent enough, but you probably will want to upgrade at some point. Everything behaves like I expect it would at this price point. Rims came fairly straight, brakes work, gears shift, pedals turn, etc.
I found the bike to fit me adequately. Not exactly a perfect fit, but close enough to want to ride it every day, and that's the most important point. I'm actually having a blast on it and now riding up to 15 miles off road a day.
I did buy this from a box store already assembled. But I would imagine that anyone buying this bike should expect to have to do some adjusting to the components and "dial it in" with the brake pads, and derailleurs, etc., and make sure everything is tightened up!
I feel that this is a fairly decent $200 bike and it should last me a good long while and take a decent amount of abuse.
As I have now learned, you might also want to make sure all your bearings are lubricated, as with any bike not bought from a bike store. I developed a bad squeak at about 300 miles and found that the crank bearings had very little lubrication and one of the bearings was dead. When I pulled it apart I had a bunch of blackish powder fall out accompanied by a mangled bearing...no grease. I also looked at my axle bearings and found a similar situation. They were greased, but not well. Luckily there's plenty of videos online to explain how to disassemble and perform this kind of maintenance. I don't fault the bike for this. I think I spent $20 on a crank puller and bearings and was on my way again. Got the bearings here, B000AO9QII
My odometer is now reading close to 600 miles and I don't foresee any more issues. My longest ride so far was 50 miles on muddy canyon roads and this bike did wonderful.