29" Mongoose XR-PRO Men's Mountain Bike

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  • SR Suntour crank offers a wide range of gearing
  • Mountain bike
  • Aluminum, full-suspension frame
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    About this item

    The Mongoose XR-PRO 29" Men's Mountain Bike's combination of 29" wheels and dual suspension make it the ultimate machine for rough trails. Bumps, rocks and roots don't stand a chance anymore when you take this big Mongoose PRO bike off road. The Mongoose XR-PRO 29" Men's Mountain Bike is outfitted with the features you need for eating up dirt trails: a full-suspension frame supports a sturdy mtb SR Suntour suspension fork that provides a smooth, controlled ride. Front and rear disc brakes give the stopping power you want when you take this Mongoose full suspension bike into trickier terrain.

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    Mongoose XR-PRO 29" Men's Mountain Bike:

    • SR Suntour crank offers a wide range of gearing
    • Riding Style: mountain bike
    • Frame: aluminum, full-suspension main frame maximizes performance
    • Suspension: SR Suntour suspension fork offers a smooth, controlled ride through the bumps
    • Gearing: SRAM SX4 trigger shifters change gear smoothly and efficiently through 24 speeds
    • Derailleur: SRAM X4 rear derailleur
    • Brakes: front and rear disc brakes give all-condition stopping power
    • Rims: wide alloy rims provide lightweight durability
    • Dimensions: 68"L x 23"W x 41"H
    • Assembly instructions included

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    Specifications

    Bike Type: Mountain Bikes
    Age Start: 15 Years
    Age End: and up
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: R5174WM
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 47.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 68.0 x 23.0 x 41.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 711257
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    Customer Reviews | 89 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

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    Full suspension 29er w/ good componentry and value
    8/29/2011

    Customer review by twomoonsdesign

    5.0 stars by twomoonsdesign

    Ive done just under 100 miles on this as well as the Deception 29er, and then I returned the latter, keeping the XR-PRO 29er knowing the extra $160 was well spent. I liked the Deception, and think its a great value, and frankly, other than the horrible (but good looking) seat as well as the twist shifters, I would have used it until things needed replacing. The XR-PRO raised the bar substantially however, in almost everyway. First, its a great looking bike, with no tubular sections (other than the seat post) and the frame mirrors current upper end bike design. The aluminum frame is heat treated, and the bike weighs an acceptable 38.4 pounds. The shifters are SRAM X-4 which are excellent. The fork has 113mm of travel and is a Suntour XCT V3, the crankcase is also Suntour XCT V2, as well as the headset. The stem is a beefy ZOOM 90mm affair slightly angled at 10 degrees. The bars are a very nice and wide 680mm, the brakes typical PROMAX both being 160mm with what I think are the same calipers as Big D but different handles (they are labeled Carbon XL with a fake carbon inset...grrr). The sadle is WTB SpeedV and may not need replacing, which is unusual, as its acceptable if not really comfortable. The rear suspension is just a spring, but you can get a shock in the aftermarket for $40 and up. The tires are Innova 29 x 1.95 and while the front will take larger, there is not a whole lot of room outback. Maybe a quarter inch to each side; maybe more. The wheels are 32H flat profile affairs (in contrast to the 29er Genesis's V profile rims) on Quandry hubs with QRs by the same company. The pedals are on many WalMart bikes (common set). It would be nice to have a Rockshox Recon and Juicy brakes, but those equal the price of the total bike! The componennt are just good enough to get by with, and the shifters better than most. I may put s Dart 3 and a SID rear shock I have and see how she does, but out of the box she is very liveable for XC, trails and asphalt. Ive put her over some roots and large holes that used a over 100mm of the front fork and it did better than i expected. My hardtails cant do what this one does without getting out of shape. Actually, at the price, this is a blast to ride and while I have many other bikes to ride, I generally take this one now. It has handled everything Ive thrown at it so far, but I expect the tires and wheels are the weakest points and so I will look to upgrade those soon. I want to point out that the frame is a 17 inch, and so you will likely use much of the seatpost if tall. I am 6 ft 3 and 240 pounds and Im near the end of the 420 length, with enough in the tube for safety. Shorter riders should do fine on this bike as well. If serious about MB, consider a better fork when this one wears out and a rear shock, and do the same with the wheels and tires if not sooner on the latter. Ill update when I put some larger rubber on the back. The design looks fantastic. The graphics are understated and ironically the mongoose moniker is "scribbled" out as part of the design. Please note that the final production bike reaching US shores if slightly different in the rear suspension than that pictured on this website. The fulcrums are now different with cutouts and the fake reservoir is now, thankfully, gone. Dont worry, as its all improvements in my opinion. I love this bike. Its a great ride. I can turn off the asphalt and not worry about whats in my path as with a hardtail. Makes for faster and longer rides. I try to do 6-12 miles everyday. Its a 29er and its FS, and thats special, especially given the low price. If you are a big person, the wide bars will also feel terrific. Ill be replacing the wheels, tires, then the rear spring (with a rock shox shock), and eventually the front fork (DART, TORA or RECON). True, I already have these parts in my garage, but ebay has good offerings from time to time also. Better grips might be in order also. Ill see how the frame holds up, but it actually looks outstanding, and thoughts of a racier paint job already fill my head..lol. Truthfully, its very fun now (stock), and Id recommend it very highly! Its just that the price allows you some room to play with. Very happy with Big D (Deception); just love the XR-PRO even more. I ride it all the time now!

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    twomoonsdesign
    Central Valley in California, USA....vineyards!
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every day
    XR-PRO 29er. It won't cost you an arm and a leg.
    9/28/2011

    Customer review by Cewakiyelo

    5.0 stars by Cewakiyelo

    Conclusion: This bike has been a blast to ride stock. It has a solid frame, which is what I bought this bike for. Once things are set up properly they work as they should. Shifting is adequate for urban and most cross country riding. Most of the components are quality though a bit out dated. Cranks are solid and should stand up to some abuse. Taller riders will need to replace seat tube. Though this frame is only a medium it rides bigger while having turning characteristics of a 26” wheeled bike. The seat was the weakest of the components lasting less than a ride. The frame shock is the second weakest component but depending on the rider and the riding done might be acceptable for them. I bought this bike for the frame and I would say that it is well worth the 379.00 given that your not going to find any other 29er full suspension frame for less than 1000.00. Furthermore you get all the components for that 379.00 so you can actually ride while you gathering the components you ultimately want on your ride. I fully expect this frame to be able to withstand riding up to the all mountain level and possibly downhill depending on the upgrades to suspension and stem. While the crankset is strong and capable I look forward to upgrading them with a higher end set that has ramps in the chainrings to assist in more responsive shifting as well as shifting under loads which this stock set does not do. There is quite a bit of pedal bob due to the cheap spring frame shock but was not enough to deter me from riding every chance I get. With the spring shock fully preloaded the bob was bearable and for lighter riders will be even less a problem. Weight was acceptable 35lbs which will be shaved down closer to 30 once upgrades begin to find there way onto the frame. If you are looking to break into the 29er scene but don't want to be broke getting there I would highly recommend this bike. And though Walmart is not a bike shop they do however, give you 90 days to return it, if it isn't right for you. What bike shop is going to let you ride for 3 months and then return it? If your looking for the lightest frame with the best components, capable of extreme downhill and freeride this is not the bike for you. But if your someone that wants to ride a full suspension 29er, without taking out a second mortgage, that is fun and will make you want to ride it, and seeks a frame that one can grow into with upgraded components, capable of most types of riding from urban to mild downhill, than this bike just might be the ticket. FULL REVIEW broken down by component can be seen at: http://bigboxbikes.com/viewtopic.php=2&t=499&sid=1c139488b367d0322ad2356b9f959998&start=80 or http://forums.mtbr.com/29er-bikes/29ers-officially-mainstream-mongoose-full-suspension-29er-now-walmart-736227.html#post8488306 Note" If your bike isn't set up properly it may not shift correctly or stop as it should. This is not really the responsibility of Walmart. The bikes come direct from factory 90% preassembled. The store just tightens the handlebars down and puts the seat and pedals on. Things can be bent like the derailleur hangers or brake discs. Once things are straightened and adjusted properly the components will usually work as intended. If you have operational problems take it to a bike shop where an experienced repair person can set it up correctly and have them show you what they did so you can do it also.

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    Cewakiyelo
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every day
    Outstanding bike for a Lowprice!!
    8/10/2012

    Customer review by XCTrailRider

    5.0 stars by XCTrailRider

    Ive been wanting to get back into bike riding for some time now but didnt have the funds to fork out for a bike at local bike shop ($1,000+) for there LOWEND BIKE. I did about 4 months of research and came up with the cash finally to spend on getting this bike. I will have to say that I am very pleased with this bike right out of the box. But I will be honest and say that this bike will have to have upgrades/replacement parts done to it eventually. I figured that this will give me time to replace them as they wear down, and building up your bike is just as much fun as riding it a lot of times!! Ive done a little over 200 miles with this bike and have yet to have a problem with it. I urge everyone who buys a bike of any kind to properly clean, maintain, and tune it before and after each ride. This will ensure a safe and pleasurable ride each time plus prolong the bike and its components lifetime. If anyone has any questions or would just like to read up on how others have had such a great experience with this bike please feel free to check out bigboxbikes.com and look it up in the 29er section. They also have many other forums for most all bikes sold at department stores. That way you can get a better understanding on what your buying and wont get mislead by a few ppl who had a bad experience. Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy this product and riding as much as I and many others have!

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    XCTrailRider
    Cherryville, NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every day
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    by MI3s
    • This frame will work for u... I am a 33 inch inseam and It fits me well...
      by Chevelle109
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    • 17 inches is probably about right. Its no bigger than 17. Too bad Mongoose doesn't make this clear and offer different size frames. I am 5'8" with an inseam of 30 and I put my seat up as high as it can safely go and I still can't get full leg extension. I ordered a longer seat post as the stock post is only about 9 inches long . Also the handle bars cannot be raised on this model. You have to buy an extender which I did. I haven't received these upgraded parts yet but hope they will solve my height problem with this bike. A person 5' 7" or less should fit this bike very well. Taller people who want to get full leg extension for long endurance rides will need to modify their bike a little.
      by cwburke
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    • Im a 6'2" man and weight is 230lbs. It fits me comfortably! Hope it helps!
      by XCTrailRider
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    • im 5'6" and its a little too big for me but i feel more comfident on it than i do on a smaller frame
      by eng18ine
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    • This is a MEDIUM frame (17") but because it has 29" tires, it does sit higher than a medium with say 24" or 26" tires. I am 6'2" and the bike doesn't look too small for me and I have to lift my leg over to mount. It is a good fit. Keep in mind, since the frame is considered a medium, its turn handling is closer to that of a medium framed bike.
      by BarryNYC
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    • im pretty sure i read somewhere that it was a 17" frame
      by eng18ine
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