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Mongoose Envoy Cargo Bike... anyone know the weight limit?

Old 04-17-22, 02:05 PM
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Mongoose Envoy Cargo Bike... anyone know the weight limit?

I'm looking for a cargo bike but need one that can haul at least 350 pounds cuz I'm big and need to bring tools and a 7yo.

https://www.mongoose.com/collections...products/envoy
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Old 04-18-22, 03:10 PM
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Went to look at the bike and it seemed solid enough. Tires are wider and the frame seemed well put together. Lady let me have it for $400. Just took my kid for a ride and she's thrilled.
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If you're hauling 350 lb., you might need better brakes than the mechanical disc brakes..
Other than that, looks like a great deal for $400.
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Good score. Didn't know Mongoose made a cargo bike
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The OEM brakes will be fine. It's a great bike.
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