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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Mongoose Juneau. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The Mongoose Juneau is specced for entry-level fat bikers. It has 16 speeds, a Shimano drivetrain, mechanical disc brakes and a rigid frame.
- The bike is easy to assemble. It comes with very clear instructions.
- The Juneau is priced lower than its competitors.
- Wide handlebars and tires provide riders with excellent stability over rough terrain.
- The bike's disc brakes provide sufficient stopping power. They are mechanical and easier to maintain than hydraulic disc brakes.
- Users agree the bike is attractive. Mongoose uses beautiful colors on the frame.
- One user found the Juneau is capable of being used for bikepacking trips, with the addition of bags and a rack that attaches to the bike's seat post.
- Massive 4” tires excel over sand, snow and trails. This bike can be used on most riding surfaces at any time of the year.
- Running a lower air pressure in the fat tires can smooth out one’s ride over trail obstacles and improve traction.
- The bearings are sealed. This keeps them clean of dirt and water.
- The gear range allows riders to tackle climbs without an issue.
- Mongoose states that the Juneau's single frame size fits riders from 5’4” to 6’1”.
- Most testers found the bike shifts smoothly.
7 reasons not to buy
- Several users found the frame welds, bottom bracket and cranks lacked durability.
- Riders over 6’ found the bike too small.
- Riders complained the seat is too narrow and hard.
- The bottom bracket is noisy.
- Frequent chain slap is annoying and damages the bike’s frame.
- There are no mounts on the frame to attach a rack.
- The Juneau does not come tubeless-ready.