Montague Paratrooper 20"
The classic folding mountain bike from Montague, the Paratrooper is tough, rugged, and ready for anything. Its patented folding design was developed under a grant from DARPA to allow airborne soldiers to drop out of airplanes and into combat.
The Paratrooper offers 24 speeds, front suspension, mechanical disc brakes, and the RackStand for hauling gear. Tackle any terrain, carry your gear, and fold to stash in your trunk.
Color Matte Cammy Green
Frame Custom drawn 7005 Series Aluminum with DirectConnect System. Replaceable derailleur hanger and disc mount
Fork SR Suntour XCT suspension. 80mm travel. Alloy one piece lower. Disc Compatible
Rims 26″ Alloy, 32 hole. Double Wall. Black
Tires Kenda Kinetics. 26″ x 2.10″
Hubset Formula. Black. Alloy. Disc Compatible. Sealed front & rear with CLIX™ front quick release
Spokes 14 Gauge Stainless
Saddle Aero Mountain
Seatpost 30.0 X 300mm Alloy with Montague logo
Handlebars Kalloy. Alloy. 7 degree backsweep. 31.8 Barbore. 580mm length
Stem Kalloy. Alloy Direct Connect. 105mm. 7 degree rise
Shifters Shimano RAPIDFIRE Plus Trigger Shifter
Front Derailleur Shimano Top Swing Dual Pull
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore
Crankset SR Suntour XCC. 42/32/22. Alloy 170mm crank arm. Matte Black
Speeds 24 Speeds
Brakeset Mechanical disc w/ pad adjustment. Alloy Levers
Pedals Platform pedal with steel cage
Bottom Bracket Sealed Cartridge
Other RackStand rear rack with fenders (Not sold with front fender in some international markets)
Frame Size 20″
Folded Size 36″ x 28″ x 12″
Approx Weight 14.5kg
Specifications and prices subject to change without notice. Bike specifications and prices for your country may differ. We do our best to ensure that the listed specifications accurately reflect the parts found on our folding bikes. Even so, we may have to change the component specifications from time to time. We do our best to make sure that all component substitutions are of equal performance and cosmetics as those listed . Also our international distributors often ask us to modify components to better suit their local markets. Please contact your local distributor for information about bikes in your area.