Mongoose Status 3.0 dual-suspension mountain bike with 26-inch wheels is equipped with parts needed for riding on off-road trails and tracks. The bike has full suspension frame that provides riders with superior performance and comfort, and a SR suspension fork designed to smoothen bumps, creating a controlled ride. It includes 24-speed Shimano trigger shifters to easily switch gears while on the move and Status 3.0’s front and rear disc brakes for strong braking capability.
Ride Comfortably with Mongoose Status 3.0 Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike
Mongoose Status 3.0 dual-suspension mountain bike comes with a large, full suspension aluminum frame that measures 43 inches long from dropout and weighs around 46.7 pounds. From the bike’s head tube to its rear dropout, the frame measures 41 inches in length. It has front and rear SR Suntour shocks which help improve comfort in riding the mountain bike. It is equipped with SR suspension fork that allow bikers to be always in control of the bike and 24-speed Shimano trigger shifters, combined with Shimano rear derailleurs for shifting gears easily.
Mongoose Status 3.0’s Superior Stopping Capability
Mongoose Status 3.0 dual suspension features Suntour crankset, combined with front and rear disc brakes that has superior stopping power for riding any terrain. Furthermore, the mountain bike offers maximum convenience with its Suntour crank and alloy pedals, quick-release hubs and threadless headset.Mongoose Status 3.0 Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike Product Specifications:
- Dimensions: 58 x 34 x 8.5 inches, 18.3 kgs
- Aluminum full suspension hydro-formed frame
- SR suspension fork
- 24-speed Shimano trigger shifters
- Shimano rear derailleur
- Promax disc brakes
- Suntour crank and alloy pedals
- Threadless headset
Mongoose Status 3.0 Dual Suspension Mountain Bike Review
Mongoose Status 3.0 dual-suspension mountain bike is a good choice as an entry level 26 inch mountain bike. Though the bike is a bit heavy, it is durable and has good frame, rims and tires. The dual suspension is effective in shock absorption, allowing bikers to get over bumps smoothly. Bikers can also appreciate the bike’s above average dual disc Promax brakes and gearing which performs superbly. Bikers can change gear without much adjustment.
However, the manual requires riders to have a little background about bikes to assemble the bike. Riders might want to take their bikes to a shop for a basic tune up. Bikers might also need to replace the seat as it is uncomfortable and may find the hand bar grips of average quality. The bike is best for rides in cross country rides, but not for rough terrains like mountains. [Read More Reviews …]