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Mongoose Seeker 27.5" Front Suspension Men's Bike $130

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Last Edited by acesmuzic May 13, 2016 at 11:56 PM
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Type: Mountain Bike
Gender: Men Brand:
Mongoose
Wheel Size: 27.5 Model:
Seeker
Frame Size: 18 in MPN:
R4156WM
Number of Gears: 21 UPC:
038675415683


Mongoose aluminum mountain frame with suspension fork for controlled riding
Shimano rear derailleur with twist shift shifting for easy and precise shifting
Alloy front & rear disc brakes for sure stopping power
Alloy 3 piece crank with platform pedals
Alloy rims are lightweight and strong
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decent for casual riding. be sure you fit this frame. twist shifters are not great so you don't want to use this where you have to shift quickly and reliably.
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Once you go 29", you'll never go back down.
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There's a dual suspension version for $129 as well. Also 18". http://www.ebay.com/itm/26-in-Mon...SwDuJWzyYu
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There's a dual suspension version for $129 as well. Also 18". http://www.ebay.com/itm/26-in-Mon...SwDuJWzyYu
at least the call it a "Moutain Bike" and not a mountain bike...because it certainly isn't one.
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at least the call it a "Moutain Bike" and not a mountain bike...because it certainly isn't one.
There's a market for these for folks just riding around the neighborhood. I've got a bike with not much better specs than these that has served me well for 12 years. Not everyone needs XTR.
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6'7"how big a frame i need?
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6'7"how big a frame i need?
23in.+ or XL. At least.
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There's a market for these for folks just riding around the neighborhood. I've got a bike with not much better specs than these that has served me well for 12 years. Not everyone needs XTR.
I agree...but you certainly don't need dual suspension for "riding around the neighborhood".

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6'7"how big a frame i need?
you're joking right?
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I agree...but you certainly don't need dual suspension for "riding around the neighborhood".



you're joking right?
Joking about my height or the question I asked?
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Would this bike be too big for 5'6 person?
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6'7"how big a frame i need?
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23in.+ or XL. At least.
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you're joking right?
Nope. He's correct. A 21 at the minimum.
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So I'm about to pull the trigger on this bike. Basically need it to ride around the neighborhood while teaching my 7 year old to ride his bike.

I'm 6'2 & 210 lbs, this should be "good enough" for my specs right?
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So I'm about to pull the trigger on this bike. Basically need it to ride around the neighborhood while teaching my 7 year old to ride his bike.

I'm 6'2 & 210 lbs, this should be "good enough" for my specs right?
Probably wont be very comfy but for your needs should be fine.
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There's a market for these for folks just riding around the neighborhood. I've got a bike with not much better specs than these that has served me well for 12 years. Not everyone needs XTR.
I swear by decent mid/rear suspension. Even at slow speeds, unless you're on well-known flat, smooth terrain, you're likely to hit some good jolts that'll shorten the life of your rear tubes. And most rear tubes/tires are far more difficult and time consuming to replace.
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