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26-Inch Mongoose Estate Womens Mountain Bike

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26-Inch Mongoose Estate Womens Mountain Bike
Explore new ground and test your limits with the 26" Mongoose Estate Bike. The steel mountain frame withstands even the toughest trails while the suspension fork smoothes out the ride. An 18-speed drivetrain and Shimano rear derailleur paired with twist shifters makes changing speeds easy. Note - Ships unassembled; assembly required.

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  • 26" Women's mountain bike
  • Note - Assembly required.
  • 18" Frame
  • Steel mountain frame provides long lasting durability.
  • Suspension fork provides a smooth ride.
  • 18-Speed drivetrain
  • Shimano rear derailleur and twist shifters for easy shifting
  • Linear pull brakes provide intuitive stopping power.
  • Strong and durable wheels
  • Made in China

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26-Inch Mongoose Estate Womens Mountain Bike

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)


What a piece of junk...

By Disappointed Customer

from Westerville Ohio

About Me Casual/ Recreational



    • Flimsy Construction
    • Handles Poorly
    • Hard to Configure
    • Heavy
    • Rough Ride

    Best Uses

    • Free Riding

    Comments about 26-Inch Mongoose Estate Womens Mountain Bike:

    This bicycle was next to impossible to tune. It does not have Shimano shifters and the cheaply constructed derailleurs would not maintain adjustment. After spending hours fiddling with it, a test ride resulted in the rear sprocket completely snapping off of the rear axle rendering a cheap bike an expensive paperweight.
    The "suspension fork" is a creaky set of tubes, and stamped metal gears are really cheaply made. The most unfortunate thing is that it was purchased at the end of last season making it unreturnable. It is no wonder that when you go to the manufacturer's website, there is no listing of this piece of junk anywhere, they are most likely embarrassed to take responsibility for it.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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