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    Hey This dosent Compare to any of your but 06' Tyax Comp



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    No Goose is ever crappy, except this one!

    [QUOTE=comp]Hey This dosent Compare to any of your but 06' Tyax Comp

    Hey Comp, your Goose is cool. Could be a lot worse, could be this one! The crappy "element" fork barely compresses anymore!

    I'm upgrading my Blackcomb and putting all the old Blackcomb parts on this thing. One day it'll be decent, one day.
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    Thanks

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    my pos hardtail
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    My new Teocali Elite




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    I love that colour scheme. It looks awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin.mac.au
    I love that colour scheme. It looks awesome.
    Thanks, I appreciate the compliment.

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    Blackcomb with Mags

    Maybe I am just making up for the fact I never had mags on any of my BMX bikes when I was a kid.
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    My Super Duper Super

    Here she is. The pride and joy. There is no way you can find a better bike for the money! The Teocali Super took third in the $2200 bike shootout to specialized and kona. Only the bike only costs $1900 and they listed it for $2200! Oh well, still a great showing for the geese.

    Upgrades:
    Wipperman Connex chain
    Stan's Tubeless-amazing
    BicycleLights.com lighting kit
    Salsa Bashguard
    Easton Carbon seatpost
    Terry Fly saddle
    Bontranger Carbon OS bars
    Richey Grips





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    2200.00 is probably the MSRP, which is almost always more than what the consumer actually pays.

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    I just bought a 1999 (?) NX 7.1, similar to the 7.5 poster earlier but with cheaper components. It has become my project city riding bike as I have a Fisher Cake for heavy duty MTB riding.
    I plan to save up and buy a better front fork as it has Rock shock jett c on it which is like riding a pogo stick. Looks pretty cool though, not to much damage to it either.

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    Man that Blackcomb looks odd !!

    I have a bog standard Teocali Comp.

    Plans include air shocks all round ( i can't seem to loose weight, so the bike will have to), and Hope Mono M4 brakes to replace the Sole's.

    Have to say the bike handles really nice. Especially like the Freedrive system eliminating pedal bob.

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    stucol.... I agree with you.... that bike looks strange. I'm not knocking on his bike, but just expressing my opinion.

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    What part looks strange? The frame itself, modifications I've done, or both.

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    This is my goose. Using it for trail riding and light freeriding
    Hoping to upgrade the rear shok into a marzo roco air and the fork to a marzo all mountain sl

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    i have a 06 amasa elite ill try to get some pics up soon

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    Any comments on the WING COMP?

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    Here is my 1993 Mongoose IBOC Comp I acquired several weeks ago. I sure haven't found much information on these bikes. It is outfitted with Shimano LX, DX and XT throughout. 1.5" slicks on it right now. I painted the frame with Rust-oleum "Hammered" Black to give it a bit of a Rat look.


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    Also posted in the AM forum


    The trail giveth, The trail taketh away

    '06 Mongoose Teocali Elite

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    This is my '05 Mongoose Hardluck. I've just spent my whole saturday morning giving it a good service, as well as bolting up my new raceface bashguard! It's all stock apart from the bashguard and the S.D.G Bel-Air FX. It's definitely one of my 'pride and joys'.

    Let me know what you think!
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    My '06 Mongoose Blackcomb









    It's completely stock right now. I might upgrade to a better front fork and rear shock if I find a good deal on ebay. Other than that, I don't want to put too much money into it. I've ridden it a lot over the past 4 weeks on some good single track. Beginner and Intermediate trails. It's taken a few small drops without problem. It handles the rough terrain well and does a good job sprinting downhill. Climbing is a little rough, due to the weight (about 38lbs) and the crappy shocks. Everything else is working flawlessly!

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    New Canaan Elite

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    Just got my new Canaan from Performance. I still have to shorten the front brake line and get everything adjusted. I've already switched out the 110mm stem for a 100mm and installed some old time ATAC pedals. I was surprised to see a 31.6mm seatpost instead of the 27.2mm spec'd on the Mongoose website. Can't wait to ride it this weekend.

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    How'd it go?

    I just a review of the 'Team' in a mag in the UK (not sure which). It won the group test. The mag said the freedrive was excellent in the lower travel format and thought the elite might be better than the team as it didn't have the reactive fox fork. I was wondering if you report how the ride went. I like the Teocali but am not sure if I need the extra travel and the weight. This bike has an awesome frame design and looks really well with the silver finish.

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    Canaan Elite

    I was wondering if you report how the ride went.
    Only one ride so far, a 14 mile loop of mostly fireroad climbs and descents on mixed terrain. The bike rides great, no pedal feedback, great traction while climbing, and very stable going downhill. It feels solid, well designed, and has some nice components for the money. The horizontal top tube length is on the long side at 23.5" (med frame) but this works well with a shorter stem to quicken the steering a tad with the slacker than average (in this category) 69.5 deg head angle. BTW, the Mongoose website lists a Fox RP3 and a 27.2mm seat post for this bike. It comes with a Fox RP2 shock and a 31.6mm seat post.

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    Teocali Comp

    MODS:
    RS REV 426 dual air uturn with poploc
    WTB Rocket V Pro
    Thomson Elite seatpost
    Thomson X4 90mm 10degree stem

    On order
    Salsa skewers (red)
    ODI ruffian grips with red clamps

    Future:
    FOX rp23 or Rockshox 3.3 shock
    clipless pedals
    sram X9 drivetrain
    Avid juicy 7 brakes
    Titec pluto Carbon riser bar
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    here is my bad boy. paid 90 bucks for it at a pawn store with a flat rear tire.
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    Hey guys saying from Australia!! anywhoo i got a new bike recently a 2006 Mongoose Black Diamond Double.
    Upgrades:
    -Saint Hubs
    -Saint Brakes
    -Saint Derailleur
    -Truvativ Hozlefeller Bars
    -CrankBrothers 5050xx Pedals Gold/Black
    -Wippermann Connex 904 Chain
    -A Lizard Skin
    -A Deore Shifter and Front Derailleur - these were already on the bike when i got it so i dunno i think it comes stock with X-7.

    But yeah it pleases a 14yr Aussie kid
    Note this Picture was taken the day i got it...the 505xx's, wippermann etc are not on the bike








    and one with the 505xx's but bad angle so you cant see the label oh well


    Oh and A Lizard Skin


    thats all thanks for looking and im out

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    '95 Mongoose IBOC Zero-G

    Nothing stock left except the seatpost and BB... got it new in late '95 and it's been my main bike for 12 years (I just finally got a road bike, though). It's had a few stints in mothballs but it's served me well over the years and lately it's been back up and running again.
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    you take great pictures, have you upgraded yet? Any other comments about the blackcomb?

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    You know with my riding get more on the aggressve side I'm wondering if I should have gonw with the DD. I'm totally sold on the idrive system.

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    Upgraded Teocali Comp

    Rockshox Pike 454 dual air with pop loc adjust
    Spank 50mm 2 timer stem
    Shimano DX flat pedals
    Hope Pro 2 front hub
    Da Bomb Camo rims

    everything else is still stock but waiting for my Pearl 3.1 Rear shock
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    Ive only heard bad things about the pearl air, try the Marzocchi Roco Air R, its cheap and fits the suspension curve on the teocali very well. Its also RED too, so it matches ur frame well

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    Here's my 06 Teo chillin' on a log and enjoying the feel of this forest.


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    the first pic = speechless....

    nice shot and nicely equiped bike

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    My 05 with:
    Da PIKE
    and some other upgrades for my aggro stylez
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    yeahhh shes a bute =)

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    Sorry!! had some problems, how I can delete this post??
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    My 04 Wing Comp, It is a nice bike the frame is heavy and strong at the same time, The only weakness are the shocks, I got it new in the box from ebay for $278 last fall. I upgraded rear derailleur to Deor LX and added a front disk brake. For the rides that I do here in PA it is worth the money, It is smooth and it took stood to the roocky trerrain until last week when I blew the rear shock. I am still in the process of getting a new rear shock but I having trouble finding a decent one under $200 since I don't want to put a lot of money in the bike.

    What experience are you guys havingwith the Mongoose Wing Comp?


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    04 Mongoose Wing Comp

    My 04 Wing Comp, It is a nice bike the frame is heavy and strong at the same time, The only weakness are the shocks, I got it new in the box from eBay for $278 last fall. I upgraded rear derailleur to Deor LX and added a front disk brake. For the rides that I do here in PA it is worth the money, It is smooth and it took stood to the rocky terrain until last week when I blew the rear shock. I am still in the process of getting a new rear shock but I having trouble finding a decent one under $200 since I don't want to put a lot of money in the bike.

    What experience are you guys havingwith the Mongoose Wing Comp?


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    04 Mongoose Wing Comp

    My 04 Wing Comp, It is a nice bike the frame is heavy and strong at the same time, The only weakness are the shocks, I got it new in the box from eBay for $278 last fall. I upgraded rear derailleur to Deor LX and added a front disk brake. For the rides that I do here in PA it is worth the money, It is smooth and it took stood to the rocky terrain until last week when I blew the rear shock. I am still in the process of getting a new rear shock but I having trouble finding a decent one under $200 since I don't want to put a lot of money in the bike.

    What experience are you guys having with the Mongoose Wing Comp?
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    A couple pics of my rig before upgrading some stuff. I plan on totally overhauling the bike piece by piece. I have a set of Titec El Norte (31.8) bars and a Truvativ Hozlefeller stem that should be here tomorrow. I also have a disc brake for the rear that should be here this week. I'll post some pics after I get all that installed. Next on the list? I'm going to replace the shock (maybe with a fox) and the fork... still undecided on which one, but I want 150mm of travel. I'm also going to move to Saint components. Any suggestions let me hear em.
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    My bike again

    ...without the high handlebars, and a Nashbar adjustable stem.
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    Here's my baby Black Diamond with some upgrades like
    bb7's
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    fox dhx 5.0
    50/50 peddals
    shimano lx deraileur
    Intence lockons
    rhyno lite rims
    fsa headset
    and 9 speed casette

    Pictures are not great but the bike is
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    2007 Mongoose Otero Stock. not bad for $650.00 rig. with few air shot here and there.
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    Is the rear shock Coil or Air?

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    air

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    Here is my 06 ritual. it was a great bike but I need cash pm me if you wanna make an offer.
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    06 mongoose ritual for sale, pm me for details.

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    this is fucking stupid

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    Hi All,

    My bike is 2008 Black Diamond Single. Here is my mongoose mountain bike, have a glance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albertf15
    My 04 Wing Comp, It is a nice bike the frame is heavy and strong at the same time, The only weakness are the shocks, I got it new in the box from eBay for $278 last fall. I upgraded rear derailleur to Deor LX and added a front disk brake. For the rides that I do here in PA it is worth the money, It is smooth and it took stood to the rocky terrain until last week when I blew the rear shock. I am still in the process of getting a new rear shock but I having trouble finding a decent one under $200 since I don't want to put a lot of money in the bike.

    What experience are you guys having with the Mongoose Wing Comp?
    I'll speak for my Wing Comp, as you pointed out the main weakness is the suspension. I replaced my rear shock with a Fox float that I bought from Ebay; that made a world of difference. I have a Rockshox Psylo on the front, not everyones favorite fork, which combined with the rear shock make a decent combo. I don't ride it much these days since I bought a couple of other bikes in the past couple of years but its still a fun ride when I do take it out.


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    A couple pics of my ride after I replaced the stock bars and stem with a set of El Nortebars and a Truvativ stem. I have a new disc brake for the back, but am thinking about waiting to install it until I get a Transition Revolution wheelset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bringdoom
    Here is my 06 ritual. it was a great bike but I need cash pm me if you wanna make an offer.
    Don't the Rituals have like a stupid-long top tube? Like 23" or something? I can't remember. I'm like 5'8" on a good day, don't think I could handle that, but I like the frame. Why no size options, I ask!?
    Also, what bars are those?
    Got a price in mind yet?

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