Mongoose Rockadile ALX Disc 2010 - £199.99 (RRP £299) @ Rutland Cycling **on-line** - HotUKDeals
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Available on-line only --- but a decent ENTRY mountain bike.

The Mongoose Rockadile ALX Disc Mountain Bike is the ideal way to get yourself out on the trails, down the canal tow paths or just to commute backwards and forwards to and from the office, with a superb specification at an incredible price.

Please note that the Mongoose Rockadile ALX Disc Mountain Bike is supplied boxed, so will require some simple assembly and adjustment

***buy it through their Ebay shop and delivery is only £10**
***lots of other well-priced Mongoose bikes for sale too**
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#1
good cheap bike for bombing around on, i won't mind if this one gets pinched at that price
#2
memnoch1976
good cheap bike for bombing around on, i won't mind if this one gets pinched at that price


my thought exactly. would make for a good spare bike
i have the mongoose tyax elite comp (2007) model. the mongoose tyax elite 2010 model is going for a song although i dont like the paint job!
banned#3
Awesome deal!
#4
I did not know that they still made Mongoose (as I am now not into bikes).
But back in the eighties I owned a Mongoose BMX, and it was ace!
Have some heat!
#5
I remember the Mongoose BMXs as a kid. They were the bees knees along with Diamondback's.
#6
FYI, Mongoose hard tail size guide
S 5'7"
M 5'8"-5'11"
L 6'0"-6'2"
XL 6'3"
#7
I know this sounds silly but do you buy on exact size or would you go for something slightly smaller? i'm 6ft so which size would I go for?
#8
Jinkz
I know this sounds silly but do you buy on exact size or would you go for something slightly smaller? i'm 6ft so which size would I go for?

Whatever bracket it falls in so Large for you.
#9
"Will require some simple assembly and adjustment".

Could someone please elaborate on just how simple this would be to assemble.
#10
good deal hot
#11
The Tyax Elite for £100 more is a fantastic deal! Has better damped fork, more reliable drivetrain and the Tektro Hydraulic brakes are great stoppers!
#12
vuittion
"Will require some simple assembly and adjustment".

Could someone please elaborate on just how simple this would be to assemble.


Extremely easy. With bikes that are delivered such as these, you usually just need to attach the pedals (I got the correct tool free with my bike, unexpectedly), and you will need to turn the headset so it is straight (no tools required), then tighten with an allen key (again usually supplied). Sometimes you may also need to attach the front wheel. This is easily done even for people with no experience of bikes.
#13
jassco
vuittion
"Will require some simple assembly and adjustment".

Could someone please elaborate on just how simple this would be to assemble.


Extremely easy. With bikes that are delivered such as these, you usually just need to attach the pedals (I got the correct tool free with my bike, unexpectedly), and you will need to turn the headset so it is straight (no tools required), then tighten with an allen key (again usually supplied). Sometimes you may also need to attach the front wheel. This is easily done even for people with no experience of bikes.


Much appreciated.
#14
Just a heads up - the womens version is also the same price.

Rutland have some great prices on their bikes at the moment, so tempted!
#15
deal still on.
my brother has bought one - I will feedback on what the 'assembly' is like for a novice.
#16
I bought a Tyax Elite and believe me y ou want take to those for professional assembly.
#17
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I bought a Tyax Elite and believe me y ou want take to those for professional assembly.


thats interesting. brother not started building yet. must brief him on that.
did you build your own then?
#18
I took it to a bike repair shop.

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