Mongoose Exlipse Full Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike for Kids, Featuring 15-Inch/Small Steel Frame and 21-Speed Shimano

(10 customer reviews)

$1,055.13

Bike type Mountain Bike
Age Range Youth
Brand Mongoose
Number of speeds 21
Colour Pink

  • Steel frame is lightweight and strong
  • Alloy wheels
  • 21 speeds with Shimano rear derailleur
  • 3 piece cranks
  • Front & rear linear pull brakes
  • Adjust the brake cables and shoe position during assembly

Description

The Mongoose Exlipse 24″ girl’s full suspension mountain bike is the perfect bike for your youngster to cruise around , go to school or enjoy the bike paths. The Exlipse is equipped with a strong but lightweight steel frame with front and rear suspension, the front & rear linear pull brakes provide all condition breaking for sure stops and the 21 speeds with Shimano derailleur provide smooth and precise shifting.


From the manufacturer

About Us

For almost 40 years, Mongoose has been in the dirt, on the trails and off the ramps. Founded in 1974 in a Southern California garage, Mongoose products that push the limits of what a rider can do. From the biggest hits on the mountain or in the park to the urban jungle, Mongoose is that produces durable products built for real riders. From the first products – to our current crop of BMX, Mountain and pavement bikes.

Additional information

Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 63.83 × 19.05 cm
Age Range

‎Youth

Bike Type

‎Mountain Bike

Brake type

‎Linear Pull

Colour

‎Pink

Size

‎kids

Style

‎Mongoose Exlipse Full Dual-suspension Mountain Bike for Kids, Featuring 15-inch/Small Steel Frame and 21-speed Shimano Drivetrain With 24-inch Wheels, Kickstand Included, Pink

Frame material

‎Alloy Steel

Frame Size

‎15

Material Type

‎Steel

Number of Pieces

‎1

Number of speeds

‎21

Features

‎Lightweight, 21 speed, Mountain bike

Usage

‎Mountain

Suspension

‎Dual

Wheel Size

‎24 Inches

Included Components

‎Bike

Batteries Included?

‎No

Brand

‎Mongoose

Department

‎Unisex-child

Item Model Number

‎R3301AZ

Package Dimensions

‎127.33 x 63.83 x 19.05 cm; 15 Kilograms

ASIN

‎B00Z9O8EUA

Date First Available

13 May 2015

Manufacturer

‎Mongoose, ‎Pacific Cycle, Inc.

10 thoughts on “Mongoose Exlipse Full Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike for Kids, Featuring 15-Inch/Small Steel Frame and 21-Speed Shimano

  1. Needs brake and gear adjustmentsIt is a nice bike, but we had to spend more money and take it to a bike shop for brake and gear adjustments. The employee at the bike shop said that usually has to be done.

  2. EasyGot for my daughter who loves this bike. So far it was easy to put together and tighten everything up. And is working great.

  3. Best Christmas gift ever!!I bought twin girls a bike apiece for Santa to deliver. It came in one box, with everything packaged well. The bikes were easy to assemble and perfect for two fast growing ten year old girls to enjoy!

  4. Great price for the quality of bike.Bought this bike for my 10 year old daughter with an inseam of 29″. She rides the bike well with only rare taking-off-up-hill issues.I ordered from Amazon and not a third-party retailer. The box arrived in perfect shape. No issue with the bike being damaged or scratched in any way. The bike arrives mostly assembled. Be careful unpacking the front wheel. If you need to, rotate the pedal arms until the front wheel is relatively free. If not, you’ll likely bend the spokes and damage the wheel.Assembly is the biggest thing you’ll need to consider before purchasing a bike. The assembly itself is easy. The somewhat tricky part is adjusting the brakes and derailleur system. I’m the type of person who can never bring myself to pay some one to replace a light fixture, work on my lawn mower, replace brake pads on my vehicle, or repair a leaky faucet. If something breaks, I fix it myself. Still, having not assembled a bike in roughly 20 years, I had to take my time and exercise patience in adjusting the brakes until they were “just right.” The rear derailleur adjustment isn’t too complicated, but it is tricky if you’ve never done it before. I recommend looking up a YouTube video if you encounter any frustrations with it. Once I did this, I breezed through the adjustment of the rear derailleur. It helps to have a bike stand or some assistance when checking the adjustments as you’re making them. However, I was able to adjust the derailleur solo, and I got the shifting down until it was smooth through all gears.I have since put together another similiar bike (a 20″, 7 speed) for my 8 year son. I made quick work of getting it ready to ride with the experience of already assembling this one.I also purchased a third bike for my girlfriend’s 9 year old son. I purchased it from Wal-Mart, PRE-ASSEMBLED. I couldn’t find a 24″ boys bike on Amazon with reasonable shipping. The pre-assembled bike had the front tire on backwards and required brake and derailleur adjustments. So, basically, although the third bike was fully assembled when I got it, I had to go back over all the finer points of assembling a boxed bike.Last comment. If you don’t feel like you can adjust the bike properly, I recommend taking any bike, pre-assembled or not, to a bike shop. I have always heard other people say that, and the experience I had with these bikes reaffirmed that belief. We definitely want our kids as safe as possible.

  5. GreatEasy assembly. Once together the bicycle was a work of art. Very sturdy. Suspension functions as it should and the gear shifts are smooth and flawless. I purchased the bicycle for my 12 year old daughter and she absolutely loves it.

  6. Good Quality and the right Fit, at the Right Price, with Fast Delivery and Easy AssemblyThe bike and its components exude quality, which is exceptional for the low price. I actually risked ordering one at a discounted price due to damaged packaging and the contents were complete and in perfect condition. I was amazed at how little assembly was required – pop in front wheel, handlebars, pedals, seat, end-of-story. I was impressed with the quality of each and every one of the extensive list of components.I bought the 24 inch for my 9.5 year old child who sprouted to 57 inches and outgrew her 18 inch Schwinn.I was worried about moving up to 24 inches, but knew she would quickly outgrow a 20 inch, and no one makes a 22 inch bike. It was a great fit and she loves the look (pink) and ride. I will probably buy another for her younger brother, and would highly recommend

  7. Nice bicyclePackaged real nice don’t believe the other review SUPER EASY to assemble with just a few tools. Now we wait to see how long they last. Praying a long time. My daughter loves it

  8. Love my bike!The assembly was easy (I didn’t do it, I jad my 17 yr old son do it, but it was easy with just a few adjustments).The quality is so much better than whatever my last bike was from Wally’s World.I ride roads, dirt, and hills and this shifts like a dream and the shocks take the ups and downs like a boss.(As a woman, I’ll just add here that the seat… Let’s say my butt is fine, but I need something to soften it a little bc the front end of the seat is a little hard on the lady parts).

  9. Good bicycle, poor assembly instructionsBought this bike for my 8 years old girl. Bike came partially assembled. Instructions / assembly manual was not user friend, had to google / YouTube to adjust the break. Took a few hours to solve all little problems. Once assembled and a few ride completed, I can said it is a very good bike for $300. Will probably get one (smaller) for my 6 years old soon.

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