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    My bike is the newer version of summitlt's bike. Minus those crazy modifications . I ripped off the stickers to make it look less cheesy It's all stock except for a seatcover and a new rear derailler

    Yeah I know it's a cheap $250 cosco bike. It's my only bike and it gets the job done. Never had anything break.

    Mongoose MGX D-50

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    Here's my 2003 Wing Elite.

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    the new incarnation of my teocali
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    Quote Originally Posted by MysticFalcon
    the new incarnation of my teocali
    That is a sweet paint job. Who did it??
    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you'll crash. ~Julie Furtado

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    I got it done by someone on here that posted some pics in the DH forum. its actualy anodized not paint. that makes it so that the only original parts on my teocali is the front deralieur and the metal of the frame. every other part on it has been swapped out.

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    i think its a ROCKADILE

    Quote Originally Posted by KG_rider
    This is my first mtn bike and still my favorite. Ive had it since '99 and has been GREAT and is still in good shape - other than a slight bend to the frame (I took it to plattykill a couple times *!%^#@) haha- my leg still has a scar from it too.

    My wifes beated up bike is a mongoos rockadile. The frame is exactly the same.
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    SDG Satellite Saddle,FSA OS-115 31.8 stem, FSA K-Force Light Carbon/Kevlar Flat Bars 31.8, Specialized Nimbus 26x1.5 inchers

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    my goose

    here is my old IBOC that I just resurrected a few months ago to send down to florida to have a bike to ride when I'm down there. this thing actually rips!!! I love the 4" risers to give it that old school BMX feel
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    New question here. What's the truth?

    I'm just starting to grow interest in this sport, but have quickly realized that it's expensive. I'm on a tight budget and want to buy a decent bike. I have heard to much bad gouge about Mongoose, but that seems to be all I can afford. Has anyone heard of a Mongoose Blackcomb. Is this a decent bike or should I keep on looking. I just want to be able to keep up with other local riders. GUIDE ME TO RIDING SALVATION!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicho83
    I'm just starting to grow interest in this sport, but have quickly realized that it's expensive. I'm on a tight budget and want to buy a decent bike. I have heard to much bad gouge about Mongoose, but that seems to be all I can afford. Has anyone heard of a Mongoose Blackcomb. Is this a decent bike or should I keep on looking. I just want to be able to keep up with other local riders. GUIDE ME TO RIDING SALVATION!!!
    I had to start out on a budget, too, so last week I went to Walmart and got a Mongoose XR 250. It's dual suspension, shimano gears, front disc, etc. It's a bit heavy, probably 40 pounds or so, but it's getting me out on the trails at a fraction of the cost until I can upgrade down the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MysticFalcon
    I got it done by someone on here that posted some pics in the DH forum. its actualy anodized not paint. that makes it so that the only original parts on my teocali is the front deralieur and the metal of the frame. every other part on it has been swapped out.
    Sweet frame, have you built it up yet?

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    Here it is built up but with the tiny little trainer tire and pedals
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    Sweet, dude! That's an exceptional bike. I've always had a soft spot for Mongoose cycles. It was my first mtn bike. It's good to see them climbing back atop the ladder again.

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    my g3 and my hop up D60

    Here is my rides!
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    My 1998 Mongoose Pro NX7.5

    2005 Marzocchi Comp Eta 120mm/XT Crankset/XT Shifters/XT Derailleurs/LX Brakes/Vuelta Vision/Ritchey Pro Stem/Scott Strike Pro Bars/IRC Mythos XC
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    Remember this?

    1999 (?) NX 9.7 with some parts upgrade.
    This bike was so popular in Japan at that time and called ski resort corolla.
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    wow man, that is a cool bike...1999? looks like design of today...that's a keeper!
    "He can make even a global summit meeting seem like a kegger." M. Dowd, NY Times, 19 July 2006

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamantane
    wow man, that is a cool bike...1999? looks like design of today...that's a keeper!
    Yeah that bike is awesome looking. Sweet.

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    Thanks guys. Here is another shot.
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    My 2005 mongoose fireball, bought the frame only and set it up for all -mountain duty



    its a heavy frame but i guess it will be sturdy enough for a 200lbs aggresive rider like me, hope u like it guys

    specs:
    fork: rs tora 318, u-turn
    tom ritchey zero system wheelset
    dabomb seatpost and saddle and grips
    turbolite stem and handlebar
    cane creek s-2 headset
    truvative stylo team crank
    the rest are deore parts

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    Ask and ye shall receive...

    My new AM rig


    Mongoose 2005:
    Frame: Teocali
    Rear Shock: Fox RP3 with platform
    Forks: Fox Talas R
    Bars/Stem: Truvativ Team
    Brakes: Avid Juicy 7's
    Grips: Mongoosey things
    Saddle: SDG I-Flex
    Seatpost: SDB I-beam 2014
    Derailleurs: X-9 rear, Deore front
    Cranks: Truvativ Stylo Team
    Pedals: Mongoosey platform things
    Cassette: PG990
    Wheels: WTB Laserdisc Lite
    Tires: WTB Exiwolfs

    Still can't decide if I want to put barends on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin.mac.au
    Ask and ye shall receive...

    My new AM rig


    Mongoose 2005:
    Frame: Teocali
    Rear Shock: Fox RP3 with platform
    Forks: Fox Talas R
    Bars/Stem: Truvativ Team
    Brakes: Avid Juicy 7's
    Grips: Mongoosey things
    Saddle: SDG I-Flex
    Seatpost: SDB I-beam 2014
    Derailleurs: X-9 rear, Deore front
    Cranks: Truvativ Stylo Team
    Pedals: Mongoosey platform things
    Cassette: PG990
    Wheels: WTB Laserdisc Lite
    Tires: WTB Exiwolfs

    Still can't decide if I want to put barends on it.

    nice bike, gotta get one of those I-beams for meself...that photo of Tivoli looks like China
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    heres mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by summitlt
    I dont ride mine much, but it is a DH bike!
    That thing is a freak of nature.

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    06' Bdd/66

    My new Goose!
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    Mongoose Blackcomb

    Just new to here. Got a (gasp) Blackcomb.
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