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.


    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 Conversation Peice!

    Its a fun bike to ride. You sure get allot of attention while riding it. I rode Fort Lauderdale's Critical Mass and was stopped so many times because riders wanted to take a look at it. Its a great bike for the price. With some newer brakes and a few other things it will be a better bike. Its a heavy bike
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    Great bike for the money

    I have had this bike for about 2 years now. For $200 you can do a lot of upgrading and still not spend as much as you would on one of those high dollar bikes. But then again it will never be one of those with a steel frame. That being said the 1st thing to go was the seat! Upgraded to a Serfas RX saddle and seat suspension stem. I have also added a Girvin Flex stem for more give in the handle bars. Added a smaller front sprocket and rock guard and lighter weight Sunpro crank arms and Victor VP-893 pedals. I have also added a DNP Epoch Freewheel 7spd 11-32t gear set to get a gear for those steep hills and a gear on the other end to get more speed going down hill. I ride this bike to work and back which is 6 miles one way. Its a great way to get in shape for trail rides on my mountain bike which weighs 20 lbs less. and also my touring bike which weighs 30 lbs less. Once i wear the tires out they will be the next upgrade. All in all this is a fun bike and is a great work out tool also.

    Good bike for your buck

    All things considered, this is nice bike. It is a Wally World bike, but it doesn't really feel like one at CERTIAN aspects. Don't get me wrong, I love this thing, and i ride everyday, but there a couple of things that could be better. So here are the pros and cons. PROS -Rides beautifully -Rolls and keeps rolling -Great for trail use and road use -Every one of the bolts (at least to my knowlage) are normal sizes for regular bikes -Adjustable Brakes -Lots of people giving you wierd looks and questions like"Woah! Where can i get one?" -Most importantly, it has mounts for a water cage CONS -It is only 7 speed, because they didn't put a front derailleur, which makes climbing hills a bear, and the top gear should be a bit higher -Stickers peeled off in corners(lead me to rip them completely off) -The bottom braket is wobbling because(from what I have heard) the actual bar going thru the bottom braket is too small. -Squeaky brakes -Weighs in at 48pounds! To rap it up, the Pros defiantly out weigh the Cons, and I recommend to anyone who is intersted.
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