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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Mongoose Title. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The Mongoose Title is available in two build options. The Title Pro is great for beginner to intermediate riders. The Title Elite Pro is designed for advanced riders.
- The Mongoose Title is available in sizes micro through Pro XXL. This bike fits a wide range of children and adult riders.
- The bike is easy to assemble.
- The bike has a sturdy aluminum frame.
- The bike is lightweight. The frame weight ranges from 2.62 lbs. to 3.31 lbs., depending on the build and size of the bike.
- Experts and users agree the bike handles well.
- The v-brake is responsive and easy to engage.
- The internally routed cables and integrated head tube give the bike a clean appearance.
- The Mongoose Title’s geometry is great for an all-around BMX bike. It can be used for both racing and freestyle BMX.
- The Mongoose Title is affordable.
6 reasons not to buy
- Users found the Mongoose Title’s seat to be uncomfortable.
- The plastic pedals are too short for many users and not the best quality.
- The stem and handlebars are painted. If the paint is not sanded, they may not stay in place when they are installed on the bike.
- The press-fit bottom bracket creaked when the bike was being ridden.
- The sprocket on the bike can easily become damaged or warped.
- One expert found that the frame was not very stiff. This can create lag at the gate when racing this bike.