Montague Paratrooper Pro

Jun 9, 2016

Category: Rides

Any off-road biker knows you’re only as tough as your equipment, for if the equipment can’t stand the test of the terrain, you might as well have stayed at home. And since most of us would rather visit the dentist than stay at home on a day off, investing in quality equipment is a must. The Montague Paratrooper became well known a while back for their high-quality folding bikes and now they’re back with their Paratrooper Pro edition.

This bike is built for the offload with its plentiful gears (27 to be exact) for climbing up the steepest of hills and 100mm of travel in the front shocks to absorb the toughest of trails. It folds up in about 20 seconds for easy transportation as well. The Pro also fealties a cargo rack, kickstand, folded bike stand so it remains upright, and a built-in mudguard to keep things as clean as can be, reasonably speaking of course. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or all-around mountain biking junkie, it’s one fine ride. Available now for $1000. [Purchase]

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