Mongoose Alert Mag Wheel Mountain Bike [REVIEW] | Pacific Cycle

Today TTPM is reviewing Mongoose Alert Mag Wheel Mountain Bike (Mongoose Mack Bikes) from Pacific Cycle. Mongoose Alert mountain bike! Boys’ 24-inch bike for rougher terrain and riding dirt trails. Aluminum mag wheels. Great value for beginner or more advanced riders ages 9 and up. TTPM shows you this cool bike and takes it for a spin! Keep watching these review videos of kids toys.

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Product Info:
The Boys’ 24-inch Mongoose Alert mountain bike features a bright orange frame, and aluminum mag wheels. It offers a strong and steady ride with a cool look. Features include a steel mountain-style frame with front suspension fork, 21-speed twist shifters with a Shimano rear derailleur, and front and rear linear pull brakes. The features make both shifting, and stopping easy, and smooth. It was designed for rougher terrain like dirt trails, and made for riders between 4 feet 6 inches and 5 feet 6 inches tall. An adjustable seat post allows for easy height adjustments. It also has a kickstand, and front and rear reflector lights.

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Ben a says:

Steal is so heavy alummin is way better

tyler torres says:

do not take on trails or jump it is dangerous

Nicole Greer says:

is there a weight limit?

Jeffrey Hall says:

This is an excellent bike don’t listen to any of the bad reviews!… I bought it about 6 months ago it’s excellent and I’ve ridden professional trails all over the Northeast…. A little bit shaky but an excellent ride and a sturdy bike yes it has a steel frame which I don’t mind!… Beautiful and bike great ride!… I even took it on the Kamikaze death Trail professional BMX course in Pennsylvania and finish first out of 45 people! I totally recommend this bike maybe it’s by accident but it’s made like the old Mongoose bikes from the 70s and early 80s!

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Puppet Master says:

Does this model have the Element front suspension and why did Mongoose discontinue making this bike. Thank you.


Extremely heavy, shocks are stiff (80 lb kid cannot compress them), gears shift with difficulty (if at all) and rattle, letters and ornaments (the black and white on the wheels, too) are stickers and peel off easily. All it got is good looking ride on flat ground only. I think it is not for a rider taller than 5’4”. You cannot even find it and its specs on the Mongoose website (because it is for the mass market), so I wonder what customer support you will get if needed.

yelly alvarado says:

Santa brought me that bike but its too big for me im 8 years old oh and the glasses that im wearing in my avatar is mongoose

Logan06 gaming says:

I’m thinking about getting the same one again. But I broke my arm recently by riding that bike. The pedal completely sheared off while riding it causing me to take a hard fall

DankDeluxe says:

weight limit im 205

Bastiruth L.Monastrial says:

This bike is not recomended for dirt trails.its are you sure that it can handle the abuse in the trails?

Sun Set Trucker Cascadia says:

I bought that one today

Destiny Wood says:

buy me the bike you were ridding

Swagmaster320noscope says:

Grip shifter? No hydraulic brakes? What even is that shock and those wheels are horrible and worst of all it has a steel frame, it is sad that the reviews said it could be used for more advanced riders

Alan Jones says:

0:22 TF R U DOING?!??

oh wait it cost £1

Josel Melendez says:

I am getting a 26 inch version

Boxer y bobby Ramirez says:

Can someone tell me how to make the changes correctly on this bike ??? pleaseee

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