Mongoose Men’s Status 2.2 Full Suspension Bicycle (26-Inch Wheels), Matte Black, 18-Inch

May 6, 2014 - Comment

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. Product Features Mongoose Aluminum full suspension frame Front suspension fork 21

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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.

Product Features

  • 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

Comments

MW says:

Decent bike In my youth I used to ride a lot. Now I’m just trying to exercise to lose weight. (I’m pushing 200lbs at 5’9″) Is this a $1000 bike? No. Do I wish it was? Yes. But it is the best bike I could afford that will do well off road.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…

Ned Kelley says:

Not a 1,000.00 Bike. I had the same issue as another reviewer that I had to adjust the handlebars…not poor design, but definitely poorly put together by the store. I also had to turn the front wheel around and attach the kick stand so it wouldn’t fall off. I also checked all the other nuts and bolts because I absolutely hate it when stuff falls off of my bike on the first ride.The suspension on the front is great. The brakes work wonderfully well (after I adjusted them). The gear shifters do alright, but I will have to adjust them as well.The rear suspension is stiff…like not having a rear suspension at all. I should be able to put my body-weight on it and notice a difference. (I’m a pretty big guy). I can’t. I think the rear suspension is just a show-piece.Overall, not a bad purchase for my $160.00 plus 40% off because it was an end of the season purchase. I looked on here first, because I absolutely am a die-hard Amazon fan, but I couldn’t pay double the…

kNiGHtSFaLLEN says:

Get What you paid for. 0

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