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#1 2010-08-10 5:29pm

mongoosefreak69
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2005 Mongoose Wildcard

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2005 Mongoose Wildcard

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#2 2011-02-28 11:22am

Katsu
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Re: 2005 Mongoose Wildcard

That's a pretty unique looking ride.

Do you really ride it that way... with the stem slammed all the way down and the seatpost sky high? yikes


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#3 2011-02-28 12:43pm

dirtysanchezey
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Re: 2005 Mongoose Wildcard

I had one of those it was cheap and tough I wanted to learn flatland on it but couldnt get the small gearing at the time. I still have it and might put it togher flatland bikes are crazy expensive

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#4 2012-02-07 4:12pm

DDF8fan
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Re: 2005 Mongoose Wildcard

I got one of these for free, but all it was was a frame and fork. I have completely rebuilt it and it rides great. It is probably the best Goose made since Pacific Cycle took over, it could probably compete with the top bikes from the time period too.

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#5 2012-04-29 9:05am

rotkisak
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Re: 2005 Mongoose Wildcard

DDF8fan wrote:

I got one of these for free, but all it was was a frame and fork. I have completely rebuilt it and it rides great. It is probably the best Goose made since Pacific Cycle took over, it could probably compete with the top bikes from the time period too.

All due respect, but  theres no way this walgoose could hang with sm, Wtp, or fit...im not tryi.g to be argumentative, but this is waaaay out of class witb the mentioned bikes.  But hey, if.it ya like it and.it fits ya, ride it.till the wheels fall off.big_smile

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#6 2012-04-29 2:13pm

DDF8fan
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Re: 2005 Mongoose Wildcard

rotkisak wrote:

DDF8fan wrote:

I got one of these for free, but all it was was a frame and fork. I have completely rebuilt it and it rides great. It is probably the best Goose made since Pacific Cycle took over, it could probably compete with the top bikes from the time period too.

All due respect, but  theres no way this walgoose could hang with sm, Wtp, or fit...im not tryi.g to be argumentative, but this is waaaay out of class witb the mentioned bikes.  But hey, if.it ya like it and.it fits ya, ride it.till the wheels fall off.big_smile

No offense taken, I understand what you're saying. I am getting a Haro, for free:D, from another friend of mine some time this summer so I will have a bike that is competitive finally, all I will have to do it transfer some of my new parts over. You are probably right, in most situations a bike like this would be difficult to compete with. I don't feel very good about jumping ramps with a flatland frame either, it is kinda scary.

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