26" Mongoose Dolomite Men's 7-speed Fat Tire Mountain Bike, Navy Blue/Red

Walmart # 551828638

26" Mongoose Dolomite Men's 7-speed Fat Tire Mountain Bike, Navy Blue/Red

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<p></p> <p></p> <p>Check out those super fat tires! The Mongoose Dolomite 26&quot; Men's Bike provides off-road capabilities and everyday riding performance for the ultimate biking experience. The 26&quot; by 4&quot; knobby tires give you enhanced stability when conquering different types of terrain, and the extra width helps handle bumps and obstacles in the road. Dual disc brakes help you stop safely, even in wet and hazardous conditions, and the seven-speed rear derailleur is highly responsive. Changing gears to tackle hills and other inclines is no problem with this Mongoose Men's bike, because the derailleur works with twist shifters for more control over the gears. The bike has an steel frame and alloy wheels for lightweight durability. This navy blue/red bike has super cool style, so you'll feel proud displaying it around town. The bike is 38&quot; tall, making it suitable for people of many different heights. Some assembly is required.</p> <p></p>

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  • Rigid steel bicycle frame
  • Dual disc brakes
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    Great deal for the money

    At $299, this is a great bike. No, it's not a "real" fatbike, but it's still a lot of fun. The bike was packaged well. No damage or scratches. It was fairly easy to assemble. The only things that needed adjusting were the brakes and the front hub (it was WAY too tight. The tires/tubes that come on this bike are junk and are WAY too heavy. I replaced them with some "real" fat bike tires and tubes and dropped a LOT of weight. I also replaced the stem and bars with some lighter ones i had laying around. With these slight modifications, this is a perfectly sand/mud-worthy fat bike and is a ton of fun. This is nowhere close to what you'll get spending $1k+ on a real fat bike, but it's somewhere to start. Now my girlfriend has a fat bike to tool around on with me.

    Great bike for the price

    I like this bike, it arrived on time, was easy to assemble is fun to ride and people really notice how fat the tires are. I made mine a 21 speed with the addition of multiple front sprockets and a deraileur. I am 6 2 and it fits me well although I did change the bars to some with a 4.5 inch rise.


    Cool Bike for the money. It is heavy, but lighter replacement parts are available. Shipped well. Arrived without damage. It is a good idea to go over the bike slowly before riding. Grease the bearings, make sure everything is tight and adjusted. If you cannot do that, your local bike shop will gladly give it a "tune-up/set-up" for a reasonable fee. I also put an old pair of BMX pedals on that I had laying around. This bike is a conversation starter. Expect to be asked many questions when riding. I'm looking forward to riding on the beach this summer.

    great starter fat bike

    ordered the bike online and walmart delivered on time, and packaging was good, no damage or scratches on the bike. i got the mongoose beast and hitch already, and weightwise, this dolomite is the heaviest. same frame shape as the beast but with the added disc brakes and gears. the hitch is lighter coz of tapered fork shape and drilled out rims. but because of the 7 speed shimano drivetrain, with twist shifters, this bike rides light and could easily take some uphill trails. its still got steel frames so definitely heavier than more expensive aluminum fat bikes. what sets this bike apart is its iconic color, when you see this bike at the trail from a distance, dark blue body and red rims, you'll know its a dolomite. both front and rear disc brakes work great after proper alignments and adjustments. worth to note, the tires on this new batch of dolomites are the same as the ones on the hitch, which feature larger knobs. and still, i would not recommend for use on very rough mountain terrain as the hubs may not absorb the abuse. light off road and sand it could take easily. i take it to mostly limestone trails here in IL. the bike has a solid ride feel to it, and as usual, with TLC (good maintenance), dolomite is goin to give you years of riding fun. so just enjoy and ride safely guys.

    Worth it.

    As many have said, this is not a Surly Pugsley or equivalent. Those bikes have much better components, are lighter and also cost over $2K. I wanted a bike for my 5' tall, 11 year old son who was just about ready to graduate to a 26" MTB. I was going to build him a full suspension ride but I though at lower tire pressures, this would be a decent alternative and the price was right. It is heavy...very heavy! However it is trail worthy when riding low tire pressure. The breaks are mediocre at best. They will need to go and will het swapped out for a hydraulic setup. The gearing is not right. The 7-Speed grip shift is OK but it needs a much taller gear or two in the rear. Will be changing that as well. Handlebar, stem and seat are adequate but cheapo. Not unexpected and things I was planning to change over time. All-and-all......good purchase. Highly recommended.
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