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Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels

Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels

Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire Mens Mountain Bike,17-Inch/Medium High-Tensile Steel Frame, 7-Speed, 26-inch Wheels
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Features

  • Sport type: Outdoor Lifestyle
  • Suspension type: Rigid

Description

For almost 40 years, Mongoose has been in the dirt, on the trails, and off the ramps. Founded in 1974 in a Southern California garage, Mongoose has always been an aggressive brand with products that push the limits of what a rider can do. Conquer any off-road trail with ease with this steel-framed mountain bike with supersized all-terrain knobby tires. A Shimano rear derailleur with seven speeds makes hills easier to climb, while twist shifters make it smooth and easy to change gears while riding. The threadless headset is adjustable for riders of different heights. For added speed and performance, the strong, lightweight alloy rims keep the weight down. Ride comfortably with beach cruiser pedals and insure safety with front and rear disc brakes. This bike ships ready to be assembled. Sized for adult riders 5 feet, 6 inches to 6 feet tall.


Shipping Weight: 59 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00J7J40TM


Item model number: R4144


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars889 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,718 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #7 in Mountain Bikes


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Features

  • Sport type: Outdoor Lifestyle
  • Suspension type: Rigid

Description

For almost 40 years, Mongoose has been in the dirt, on the trails, and off the ramps. Founded in 1974 in a Southern California garage, Mongoose has always been an aggressive brand with products that push the limits of what a rider can do. Conquer any off-road trail with ease with this steel-framed mountain bike with supersized all-terrain knobby tires. A Shimano rear derailleur with seven speeds makes hills easier to climb, while twist shifters make it smooth and easy to change gears while riding. The threadless headset is adjustable for riders of different heights. For added speed and performance, the strong, lightweight alloy rims keep the weight down. Ride comfortably with beach cruiser pedals and insure safety with front and rear disc brakes. This bike ships ready to be assembled. Sized for adult riders 5 feet, 6 inches to 6 feet tall.


Shipping Weight: 59 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00J7J40TM


Item model number: R4144


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars889 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,718 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #7 in Mountain Bikes


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Sport type: Outdoor Lifestyle
  • Suspension type: Rigid

Description

For almost 40 years, Mongoose has been in the dirt, on the trails, and off the ramps. Founded in 1974 in a Southern California garage, Mongoose has always been an aggressive brand with products that push the limits of what a rider can do. Conquer any off-road trail with ease with this steel-framed mountain bike with supersized all-terrain knobby tires. A Shimano rear derailleur with seven speeds makes hills easier to climb, while twist shifters make it smooth and easy to change gears while riding. The threadless headset is adjustable for riders of different heights. For added speed and performance, the strong, lightweight alloy rims keep the weight down. Ride comfortably with beach cruiser pedals and insure safety with front and rear disc brakes. This bike ships ready to be assembled. Sized for adult riders 5 feet, 6 inches to 6 feet tall.


Shipping Weight: 59 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00J7J40TM


Item model number: R4144


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars889 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,718 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #7 in Mountain Bikes


abunda_amazon_reviews I was so thrilled to get this bike. I put it together carefully (I used to do this for Trek so it wasn't my first rodeo), and took off down my street for the maiden voyage. Within 800 feet of my driveway the cheap plastic chain guard, prowheel brand, shattered into six pieces, cut my legs, the chain froze and I went end over end. This bike feels like it could be so great...until you see how much of it is plastic. Buyer beware. Update, 8/19/18. Amazon was so gracious with their resolution, they sent me the same bike AND refunded my money. I excitedly assembled it...and watched the front disc brake crumple like paper as I applied light pressure to it, relying on the rear to slow down on a gentle curve. I went headlong into some bushes and pavement. Braking twisted the front fork too. I would show an image of that too but I stripped and repackaged the bike. It's going back to Amazon tomorrow. Mongoose and Pacific, you should be ashamed of yourselves for selling cheap bikes under a once noble name, destroying that name, and having such helpless customer support. You'll never see a dime from anyone I have the ability to influence for the rest of my life.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Buyer Beware;;Benjamin Guinn;;;I bought this bike over a year ago and have used it regularly as a trail bike in San Diego. For anyone who subscribes to the theory of gradually upgrading a bike (and is curious about fat bikes), this bike is a good candidate. The essential bones: frame, wheels, tubes, tires and seat have stood up to regular use on rocky trails and steep fire roads. I like this bike so much that I treated it to a brand new Kenda Juggernaut rear tire. Most of the stock components were not to my liking, but for the price, I was happy to upgrade parts from my spare parts bin (I realize not everyone has one of these). That said - everything worked when I got it; I just wanted to use this for more than cruising on sand so I pulled some better gear from my spare parts bin, in particular brakes and crankset. When I bring my bike for a group ride, my regular mountain biking friends occasionally trade me for a portion of our ride and have been pleasantly surprised that the bike geometry is actually comfortable and the bike doesn't feel as slow as it looks - these are guys with really nice bikes and high standards. For what it's worth - I configured mine to run a 26 tooth chain ring in the front and the 14-34T Freewheel in the back; which provides more reasonable gearing for climbing. Hope this helps someone contemplating a purchase.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great price and great upgrade potential;;Stacey;;;Pros : This is a very good bike for the money. It's easy to assemble if you follow the instructions, it has the appearance of a large tired 4 X 4 vehicle and is an absolute attention getter with the many reflectors, factory metallic dark blue paint and red wide tire rims.The Mongoose bicycle also comes with cable operated disc brakes and stops very well. The wheel bearings were well packed and greased when it arrived. Cons : it's a heavy bike, I ride in areas where the roads are flat, so it provides a good workout for me at 50++ years old. At my age this would not be a good vehicle for steep hills. I tend to modify my bikes with add ons to suit my tastes and needs (i.e. gel seat, rear luggage rack, L E D head and rear lights, mirrors, etc.). In the event you have a desire to customize your new wheels, there's a lot of add ons available through Amazon at a very reasonable price and there's a lot of latitude for modifications to this bike. Bottom line is that this is a good bike for the money for both young and old riders.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This bike is a very good deal for the price.;;Mike;;;I bought this bike after seeing fat tire bikes at bike shops for over $1000. It was tough to pedal at first because I hadn't ridden a bike in decades. It sat in the garage for a year and a half looking cool, but that was all. My wife and kids gave me a hard time because I didn't ride it. Finally this summer my wife and I headed out to the Katy Trail for a 35 mile round trip. I was dying by the end, but I was hooked. I've now put a few hundred miles on the bike. I had to replace a rear inner tube at one point, but it's so beefy I think I rode about 50 miles with a flat tire. It was much easier after I replaced the tube. The bike gets lots of compliments, and is always a conversation starter. The best part is that it got me active again after a couple of years of little physical activity.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Buy It. You'll Love It!;;Harleywood;;;Love this bike! I get looks and smiles whenever I ride it. Easy assemble. HEAVY box. Good thick tires with lots of tread. Recommended!;;Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Recommended!;;DallasDevilDog;;;After a good deal of research on fat tire bikes, and reading of reviews, I purchased 2 Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire bikes, one for me and one for my wife. What I would say is that the positive reviews I read on Amazon were accurate, and the negative reviews were accurate. My wife's bike arrived all packaged up nice, put it together and off she went on the beach. My bike was another story, is another story. The box was falling apart, plastic meant for packing on the gears and wheels were scattered on the bottom of the box. I put it together. The front disc brake is broken, so I am not using it. The chain slips off the back sprockets every few minutes, that's inconvenient. I emailed Mongoose support, they sent me a PDF with instructions on making adjustments, and said if that did not work I could return it to Amazon. Neither are good options. How the heck would I take this apart, package it up, and send it back? Look, its a nice bike at a nice price, and clearly by looking at my wife's bike, it is possible that all goes well. My bike? Not sure what I will do. Guess I will have to try my hand at fixing it.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2017;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Hit or miss, great bike, but one came perfect, the other not so much, now what?;;Christopher E Cobourn

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Benjamin Guinn - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2018
Buyer Beware
I was so thrilled to get this bike. I put it together carefully (I used to do this for Trek so it wasn't my first rodeo), and took off down my street for the maiden voyage. Within 800 feet of my driveway the cheap plastic chain guard, prowheel brand, shattered into six pieces, cut my legs, the chain froze and I went end over end. This bike feels like it could be so great...until you see how much of it is plastic. Buyer beware. Update, 8/19/18. Amazon was so gracious with their resolution, they sent me the same bike AND refunded my money. I excitedly assembled it...and watched the front disc brake crumple like paper as I applied light pressure to it, relying on the rear to slow down on a gentle curve. I went headlong into some bushes and pavement. Braking twisted the front fork too. I would show an image of that too but I stripped and repackaged the bike. It's going back to Amazon tomorrow. Mongoose and Pacific, you should be ashamed of yourselves for selling cheap bikes under a once noble name, destroying that name, and having such helpless customer support. You'll never see a dime from anyone I have the ability to influence for the rest of my life.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stacey - Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2017
Great price and great upgrade potential
I bought this bike over a year ago and have used it regularly as a trail bike in San Diego. For anyone who subscribes to the theory of gradually upgrading a bike (and is curious about fat bikes), this bike is a good candidate. The essential bones: frame, wheels, tubes, tires and seat have stood up to regular use on rocky trails and steep fire roads. I like this bike so much that I treated it to a brand new Kenda Juggernaut rear tire. Most of the stock components were not to my liking, but for the price, I was happy to upgrade parts from my spare parts bin (I realize not everyone has one of these). That said - everything worked when I got it; I just wanted to use this for more than cruising on sand so I pulled some better gear from my spare parts bin, in particular brakes and crankset. When I bring my bike for a group ride, my regular mountain biking friends occasionally trade me for a portion of our ride and have been pleasantly surprised that the bike geometry is actually comfortable and the bike doesn't feel as slow as it looks - these are guys with really nice bikes and high standards. For what it's worth - I configured mine to run a 26 tooth chain ring in the front and the 14-34T Freewheel in the back; which provides more reasonable gearing for climbing. Hope this helps someone contemplating a purchase.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2018
This bike is a very good deal for the price.
Pros : This is a very good bike for the money. It's easy to assemble if you follow the instructions, it has the appearance of a large tired 4 X 4 vehicle and is an absolute attention getter with the many reflectors, factory metallic dark blue paint and red wide tire rims.The Mongoose bicycle also comes with cable operated disc brakes and stops very well. The wheel bearings were well packed and greased when it arrived. Cons : it's a heavy bike, I ride in areas where the roads are flat, so it provides a good workout for me at 50++ years old. At my age this would not be a good vehicle for steep hills. I tend to modify my bikes with add ons to suit my tastes and needs (i.e. gel seat, rear luggage rack, L E D head and rear lights, mirrors, etc.). In the event you have a desire to customize your new wheels, there's a lot of add ons available through Amazon at a very reasonable price and there's a lot of latitude for modifications to this bike. Bottom line is that this is a good bike for the money for both young and old riders.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Harleywood - Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2017
Buy It. You'll Love It!
I bought this bike after seeing fat tire bikes at bike shops for over $1000. It was tough to pedal at first because I hadn't ridden a bike in decades. It sat in the garage for a year and a half looking cool, but that was all. My wife and kids gave me a hard time because I didn't ride it. Finally this summer my wife and I headed out to the Katy Trail for a 35 mile round trip. I was dying by the end, but I was hooked. I've now put a few hundred miles on the bike. I had to replace a rear inner tube at one point, but it's so beefy I think I rode about 50 miles with a flat tire. It was much easier after I replaced the tube. The bike gets lots of compliments, and is always a conversation starter. The best part is that it got me active again after a couple of years of little physical activity.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By DallasDevilDog - Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2016
Recommended!
Love this bike! I get looks and smiles whenever I ride it. Easy assemble. HEAVY box. Good thick tires with lots of tread. Recommended!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Christopher E Cobourn - Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2017
Hit or miss, great bike, but one came perfect, the other not so much, now what?
After a good deal of research on fat tire bikes, and reading of reviews, I purchased 2 Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire bikes, one for me and one for my wife. What I would say is that the positive reviews I read on Amazon were accurate, and the negative reviews were accurate. My wife's bike arrived all packaged up nice, put it together and off she went on the beach. My bike was another story, is another story. The box was falling apart, plastic meant for packing on the gears and wheels were scattered on the bottom of the box. I put it together. The front disc brake is broken, so I am not using it. The chain slips off the back sprockets every few minutes, that's inconvenient. I emailed Mongoose support, they sent me a PDF with instructions on making adjustments, and said if that did not work I could return it to Amazon. Neither are good options. How the heck would I take this apart, package it up, and send it back? Look, its a nice bike at a nice price, and clearly by looking at my wife's bike, it is possible that all goes well. My bike? Not sure what I will do. Guess I will have to try my hand at fixing it.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Benjamin Guinn - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2018
Buyer Beware
I was so thrilled to get this bike. I put it together carefully (I used to do this for Trek so it wasn't my first rodeo), and took off down my street for the maiden voyage. Within 800 feet of my driveway the cheap plastic chain guard, prowheel brand, shattered into six pieces, cut my legs, the chain froze and I went end over end. This bike feels like it could be so great...until you see how much of it is plastic. Buyer beware. Update, 8/19/18. Amazon was so gracious with their resolution, they sent me the same bike AND refunded my money. I excitedly assembled it...and watched the front disc brake crumple like paper as I applied light pressure to it, relying on the rear to slow down on a gentle curve. I went headlong into some bushes and pavement. Braking twisted the front fork too. I would show an image of that too but I stripped and repackaged the bike. It's going back to Amazon tomorrow. Mongoose and Pacific, you should be ashamed of yourselves for selling cheap bikes under a once noble name, destroying that name, and having such helpless customer support. You'll never see a dime from anyone I have the ability to influence for the rest of my life.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stacey - Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2017
Great price and great upgrade potential
I bought this bike over a year ago and have used it regularly as a trail bike in San Diego. For anyone who subscribes to the theory of gradually upgrading a bike (and is curious about fat bikes), this bike is a good candidate. The essential bones: frame, wheels, tubes, tires and seat have stood up to regular use on rocky trails and steep fire roads. I like this bike so much that I treated it to a brand new Kenda Juggernaut rear tire. Most of the stock components were not to my liking, but for the price, I was happy to upgrade parts from my spare parts bin (I realize not everyone has one of these). That said - everything worked when I got it; I just wanted to use this for more than cruising on sand so I pulled some better gear from my spare parts bin, in particular brakes and crankset. When I bring my bike for a group ride, my regular mountain biking friends occasionally trade me for a portion of our ride and have been pleasantly surprised that the bike geometry is actually comfortable and the bike doesn't feel as slow as it looks - these are guys with really nice bikes and high standards. For what it's worth - I configured mine to run a 26 tooth chain ring in the front and the 14-34T Freewheel in the back; which provides more reasonable gearing for climbing. Hope this helps someone contemplating a purchase.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2018
This bike is a very good deal for the price.
Pros : This is a very good bike for the money. It's easy to assemble if you follow the instructions, it has the appearance of a large tired 4 X 4 vehicle and is an absolute attention getter with the many reflectors, factory metallic dark blue paint and red wide tire rims.The Mongoose bicycle also comes with cable operated disc brakes and stops very well. The wheel bearings were well packed and greased when it arrived. Cons : it's a heavy bike, I ride in areas where the roads are flat, so it provides a good workout for me at 50++ years old. At my age this would not be a good vehicle for steep hills. I tend to modify my bikes with add ons to suit my tastes and needs (i.e. gel seat, rear luggage rack, L E D head and rear lights, mirrors, etc.). In the event you have a desire to customize your new wheels, there's a lot of add ons available through Amazon at a very reasonable price and there's a lot of latitude for modifications to this bike. Bottom line is that this is a good bike for the money for both young and old riders.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Harleywood - Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2017
Buy It. You'll Love It!
I bought this bike after seeing fat tire bikes at bike shops for over $1000. It was tough to pedal at first because I hadn't ridden a bike in decades. It sat in the garage for a year and a half looking cool, but that was all. My wife and kids gave me a hard time because I didn't ride it. Finally this summer my wife and I headed out to the Katy Trail for a 35 mile round trip. I was dying by the end, but I was hooked. I've now put a few hundred miles on the bike. I had to replace a rear inner tube at one point, but it's so beefy I think I rode about 50 miles with a flat tire. It was much easier after I replaced the tube. The bike gets lots of compliments, and is always a conversation starter. The best part is that it got me active again after a couple of years of little physical activity.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By DallasDevilDog - Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2016
Recommended!
Love this bike! I get looks and smiles whenever I ride it. Easy assemble. HEAVY box. Good thick tires with lots of tread. Recommended!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Christopher E Cobourn - Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2017
Hit or miss, great bike, but one came perfect, the other not so much, now what?
After a good deal of research on fat tire bikes, and reading of reviews, I purchased 2 Mongoose Dolomite Fat Tire bikes, one for me and one for my wife. What I would say is that the positive reviews I read on Amazon were accurate, and the negative reviews were accurate. My wife's bike arrived all packaged up nice, put it together and off she went on the beach. My bike was another story, is another story. The box was falling apart, plastic meant for packing on the gears and wheels were scattered on the bottom of the box. I put it together. The front disc brake is broken, so I am not using it. The chain slips off the back sprockets every few minutes, that's inconvenient. I emailed Mongoose support, they sent me a PDF with instructions on making adjustments, and said if that did not work I could return it to Amazon. Neither are good options. How the heck would I take this apart, package it up, and send it back? Look, its a nice bike at a nice price, and clearly by looking at my wife's bike, it is possible that all goes well. My bike? Not sure what I will do. Guess I will have to try my hand at fixing it.