Mongoose GX A60 Bike 1998 or Older

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $699.00

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Mongoose GX A60

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Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Kelvin Goh a Weekend Warrior from Singapore

Date Reviewed: April 13, 1999

Light-weight yet strong.

Tends to slide when braking.

Bottom Line:   
After owning a LERUN bike, this takes the cake. It just needs an upgrade of the drivetrain and it'll be okay!

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Favorite Trail:   
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Duration Product Used:   
3 months

Bike Setup:   
RST 281 Shocks;
LX Front Derailleur;
STX-RC Rear Derailleur;
STX-RC Rapidfire Shifters;
Alivio Cranksset, Bottom Bracket, Rear Hub and Cassette;
Bontrager Tires and Seat.

Overall Rating:4
Submitted by James Wright a cross-country rider from Rochester, New York

Date Reviewed: March 1, 1999

Bottom Line:   

I used to own a few crappy huffys. That is, until my friend and I went for a ride on a local trail. I didn't really like biking at the time because I didn't have a bike I could really enjoy it with. My friend Eric let me try his brand new Nishiki Cascade for half-mile or so down the trail. I realized how much fun it really was with an actual mountain bike. So, I bought a Mongoose MGX A60, that wasn't from Toys R us like my previous bikes. I really like it a lot. It has a nice aluminum frame that is light yet incredibly strong. It has handled all of my beginner abuse with no distress. The Manitou SX shocks are durable and not only provide a smooth ride, but keep my bike within control on those difficult trails. The only problems I've had were popped inner tubes,(not Mongoose's fault), and a broken chain,(my fault). Other than that it's a great bike. Now I really really enjoy the sport and am looking into racing next spring. Although I'm not that experienced, I am rapidly improving and am glad I bought the bike. Not to mention I got it brand new for half the retail price. I give it four stars instead of five for one reason, it didn't come with the greatest components-I am upgrading to Shimano XT's soon.

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