Folding Bikes Blog

Riding Natchaug: MTB

Here at Montague, the bikes we make are more than just folding bikes, they’re Real Bikes That Fold. We want you to be able to ride single track, gravel roads, and rocky paths, while having the freedom to keep your bike in the car trunk. We want you to ride 30 miles on road with the performance and feel you expect from a road bike, then fold that bike for the train ride home. We’re cyclists, and we build bikes that we love riding too. Take a look at some shots from this weekend’s excursion:


Packing up. No problem fitting this mountain bike in the trunk.


A nice mix of single track, and dirt fire roads.


Chris putting the pedal down.




Taking a breather.


Ride bikes, have fun, stay Awesome.


Both bikes in the WRX. Time for a well earned sandwich.

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  1. Posted June 6, 2014 at 10:41 am | Permalink

    excellent choice of folding bike, good option to keep in homes with little space, to transport in normal cars and the freedom to use it as a normal MTB, also you can use for communting.

  2. Orlando
    Posted June 10, 2014 at 9:43 am | Permalink

    I would like to seek the advise of the experts in this thread. I recently purchased a montague paratrooper pro and I would like to shave off some of its weight for frequent airline travel. Can anyone recommend which parts can I replace to make it lighter? I was thinking of replacing the fork with an air type shock but could not find a model that is compatible (unless anyone know of one) . Also considering replacing the handle bars with a carbon one. Appreciate the assistance.

  3. Brian Lindsay
    Posted June 11, 2014 at 3:29 am | Permalink

    To Orlando concerning paratrooper shave session…
    the experts at Bike Zone in Bangkok are doing the following install to upgrade, and weight loss programme:
    -new tires Maxxis 26×2 c/w tubes,also Taiwan origin
    -new fork, Kona Project 2 rigid ChroMo made especially for this application, replacing a springer suspended fork with a rigid, also allows for raising the handlebars.
    -new disc brakes, Shimano mechanical linkage.
    -new platform pedals
    -ergo knock-off handlebar grips
    -sealed BB, MTB gears Deore x8 speed, 22-32-44, 12-34. approx.
    -Sram chain
    -Axiom seat-post clamp-on rear rack, rated to 25 kgs. (?)
    Other upgrades to follow after shake-down cruise

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