Mongoose is a well-known American bike manufacturer specializing in performance bikes.
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Who is Mongoose?
Mongoose was founded in a Southern Californian garage in 1974. Mongoose has always been an aggressive brand focused on the innovation of performance bikes. Their products have consistently pushed the limits of what bikers can do.
The company sponsors many riders, including BMX riders Pat Casey, Greg Illingworth, and Paul Ryan, and mountain bike riders Chris Akrigg, DJ Brandt, and Paul Genovese.
Mongoose’s warranty coverage includes “Normal Wear” on parts damaged as a result of manufacturer defect. The manufacturer’s warranty does not cover
Customers can also reorder replacement parts for their bikes. Bikes must be assembled by the customer, but Mongoose offers extensive support on their website.
Mongoose - popular Bike Models
Mongoose now focuses on Mountain, BMX, and pavement bikes, in addition to a couple scooter models. Most Mongoose bikes come in four sizes ranging from small to extra-large. Below are some of the most popular bikes offered.
This bike features a Dual-Sport aluminum frame and an SR Suntour NSV suspension fork. It also comes equipped with Shimano Acera/Altus drivetrain and Altus shifters. The bike, considered an urban/pavement bike, is ideal for rough roads.
This 11-speed bike is a hybrid that can be used for dirt trails and roads. It features a Gravel Grinder double-butted aluminum frame and a 23mm rear thru-axle, allowing for clearance of 40c tires. The bike comes equipped with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes with 160mm rotors. The bike’s Shimano STRS-785 STI hydraulic brake and shift levers allow for instant stopping, keeping customers safe.
A BMX bike, this bike is perfect for smaller riders. It features 20” wheels, a 20” top tube, and a 7.5” handlebar. The bike consists of a HiTen frame and fork, built under a 25x9 gearing on 175mm crank arms.
A similar model, the Legion L10, is great for first-time BMX riders.
This mountain bike features an aluminum dirt jump frame with horizontal dropouts. It also comes equipped with a Manitou Circus Comp 100 mm travel fork, in addition to a 20 mm thru-axle.
The bike, built for durability, features a KORE Rivera stem and rims. Tektro Novela mechanical disc brakes provide top-notch control while headed downhill. Customers will set comfortably upon the bike’s pivotal saddle.