post your mongoose

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  • 12-03-2004
    dansjustchillin
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    post you mongoose
    didnt see a thread for mongoose pics so here it is. here's some of mine.
  • 12-10-2004
    jacksonpt
  • 12-14-2004
    Reek
    Nice Valiant, I have a Sommet
    I have a 2002 sommet. Totally tore it down when I bought it and built it up with my own bits. I'll get a pic up as soon as I can.

    I seem to have a thing for "defunct" bike. I own 2 Schwinns, a GT and a Mongoose Pro.

    REEK
  • 12-14-2004
    ctrailfreak
    at least you keep it in the family. lol
  • 12-16-2004
    endoMaster
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    Here is mine, it's a 2003 Wing Comp.
  • 12-17-2004
    summitlt
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    I dont ride mine much, but it is a DH bike!
  • 12-17-2004
    endoMaster
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    One more taken today, it will be going on its first night ride tonight.
  • 01-11-2005
    kneekoh
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    mongoose pathfinder...dont know how good it is...somebody help
    i have a mongoose pathfinder, supposed to retail about 600 bucks. i hope its at least middle of the line. if anyone knows how old it is let me know. i am fairly new to the sport, since only mid december and have only gone a few rides. i like to xc and ive tried a little dh, but i took a major fall and would like to find some people to ride with. so i can learn a little more. looking for friends how can help me with techniques and lingo, and if i can find some people to ride with that would be awsome. i know its not really biking season but i love the sport and will continue to ride. thanks
    i know the chain has some rust, i went on a nice ride a few days ago and im going to clean it tonight
  • 01-15-2005
    Reek
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    Here's my Mongoose Pro Sommet....
    It's my winter/beater bike. A bit dirty from my ride today. It started out as a frame that got a bunch of used "hand-me-down" parts. But I really like riding it so I always have an excuse to buy new parts for my other bikes so a "not-so-used" part can be passed down to this frame. I actually find myself riding this bike even in the summer.

    Now it's got Hayes hydros 8" in front, 6 " in back, X-7/Sram 9.0 drive train, the last version of the XT 8 speed cranks, FSA Extreme headset, White Brothers AT-3 coil 90 mm fork, Onza bar ends, DT/Hugi front wheel and a Bontrager rear wheel with a SRAM cassette, Time ATAC pedals, XTR front derailler, and Fox AVA float rear shock.

    I just got a set of new bushings (FREE) from Mongoose and it rides like new again. It's strayed a bit from the beater bike concept I started with.

    Best part is, I still get the "my gosh he's on a walmart Mongoose" look from a few people as I pass them.

    I also have 2 schwinns that I'll post. Both kept alive with the help of the nice folks over there at Pacific bikes. Great customer service so far.

    REEK
  • 03-06-2005
    haggisus
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    Short Stack & Syrup?
    Here's my Mongoose IBOC Team SX from circa 1995/6
    IBOC - International Bicycle of Champions - IHOP!
    Full Carbon Tubeset with ~1998 Marz Z2's
    Still goes!
  • 04-02-2005
    KG_rider
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    Mongoose (but not sure of model)
    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.
  • 04-11-2005
    steveit
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    old mongoose
    1995 IBOC zero-g.
  • 04-15-2005
    xcmtb200
    Teocali Super
    Just got it today will post some pics soon.
    Great Ride so smooth and no pedal bob.

    Pics Soon, Rhys
  • 04-29-2005
    dansjustchillin
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    dunno if i posted this up yet but this is the only one i still have.
  • 05-27-2005
    k1ngpin
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    Here's my 03 Mongoose Wing Comp
    I made a few nice additions to the frame, I swapped out the rear shock for a Cane Creek AD5, put a set of Rolfs on to get my roll on with some nice Kenda Karisma rubber, added LX shifters, LX front der, LX crankset, and an XT rear der. The fork is a Rockshox Jett, but will be swapped out later. I put on a Thomson seatpost with a very comfy WTB Rocket saddle. Amazingly she's under 30 LBS!!!
  • 05-27-2005
    ctrailfreak
    Looks like you have the seat rails maxed out. Why didnt you get a race face xy post with the 1 inch offset. It would set you where you need to be instead of on the front of the rails where the seat will end up breaken from too much leverage at the back of the rails.

    Seat rails hurt when they snap and jab you in the ass through the seat.
    :D
  • 05-27-2005
    k1ngpin
    Thanks for the advice, I'm going to slide the seat back a lil bit.
  • 07-04-2005
    kiwi133
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    Here is my "Mongoose" got it for $200, used it for riding around campus. I am so impressed with this thing because I have beat the living crap out of it and it is basically fine. (UMCP campus, going down steps all day, 3 foot drops max before it bottoms out but it doesn't mind) It has been getting hand-me-down parts from my rockhopper as I upgrade it. I've changed the fork, saddle, tires, rear rim and freewheel, pedals. :D
    Oh, it also weighs 32 lbs now. Its pretty damn good for what it is!
  • 07-20-2005
    are
    my new ride
    http://terrengsykkel.no/forum/arena/...813-sykkel.jpg

    Frame: FreeDrive All Mountain 4.5/5.5" travel
    Fork: Fox TALAS R, 95-130 mm, adjustable travel, rebound and preload.
    Rear Shock: Fox RP3 air sprung, with adjustable ProPedal damping, rebound and lockout
    Crankset: TruVativ Stylo Team Giga X Pipe, 2 pc integrated spindle w/external bearings
    Bottom Bracket: Giga X Pipe
    Pedals: Shimano M520 clipless
    Front Derailleur: Deore
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM X.9
    Shifters: SRAM X.9 Impulse trigger shifters 9 speed
    Freewheel: SRAM PG-990 11-32T 9 speed
    Chain: KMC Z-9900
    Rims: DT swiss XR 4,1d 36h
    Tires: Schwalbe Fat Albert 2,35"
    Front Hub: Hope bulb 36h QR
    Rear Hub: Hope bulm 36h
    Spokes: DT super comp
    Nipples: DT prolock
    Front Brake: Avid Juicy 7 hydraulicdisc
    Rear Brake: Avid Juicy 7 hydraulic disc
    Brake Levers: Avid Juicy 7 hydraulic disc
    Handlebar: TruVativ Team Riser w/31.8mm clamp
    Stem: TruVativ Team forged stem w/4 bolt cap and 31.8mm clamp
    Grips: Mongoose Pro logo grip
    Headset: WTB Team w/cartridge bearing
    Saddle: SDG I-Flex I-Beam 150 grams
    Seat Post: SDG 2014 alloy I-Beam 31.6 mm
    Seat Clamp: Alloy Q/R
  • 08-21-2005
    MysticFalcon
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    My Teocai Comp. Its been upgraded with a Pike Team in front, a Swinger 4-way Air in the back, some 2.5 Weir Wolfs, and a few other smaller things. Its made me a realy great bike.
  • 09-15-2005
    eltigre007
    Mongoose Incline Help
    Hello All!
    I have a issue with my wifes bike, its a Mongoose bought from Sportsmart, model is the Incline, the brake system really blows. I was wondering if anyone has info on upgrading to a Disc Brake system, the fork has the bosses for Disc but the rear doesnt, could I use those adapters sold on the web or could you all recommend something else. I am going to upgrade the wheelset as well. I would just sell this to buy a KHS or Giant but she loves this bike. any and all help is appreciated!
    Thanks!
  • 09-27-2005
    socalmtbiker
    teocali elite
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...Picture035.jpg

    I just bought this baby from a seller on ebay. I got a good deal on it, and am pretty stoked about it. Baby feels like a cadillac, and can climb pretty well. I haven't put it through its paces yet. I just assembled it about a hour ago.
  • 10-27-2005
    vmartinez
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    My Goose
    My new Goose
  • 10-28-2005
    rpmk104
    Heres my mongoose. Mountain bike converted to road commuter. Pretty light.

    http://img465.imageshack.us/img465/536/p10101037sp.jpg
  • 10-30-2005
    adamantane
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by vmartinez
    My new Goose

    like that bike, which model is it...what kind of fork, thanks