Take your off-road riding to the next level with the Paratrooper Pro. With plenty of gears for climbing and 100mm of travel in the front shocks to absorb the bumps of off-road trails, you'll be ready to tackle the toughest terrain. Just like the original Paratrooper, the Paratrooper Pro is known for its durability and load bearing capabilities, and has also developed a following with everyday commuters and weekend warriors.
Clever integration of the patented CLIX System allows for the Paratrooper Pro to be folded in under 20 seconds without the use of tools. A flip of the CLIX quick release lever on the top tube and the bike folds to a compact size.
The Paratrooper Pro frame is designed around a patented folding system. This design eliminates the need to break the frame in order to fold the bike. Not only does this make folding easier but it makes this bike the strongest folding bike on the market. The Folding Integrated Technology (F.I.T.) is based around frame construction concepts designed for serious full suspension downhill bikes.
18in Frame: 5'3" - 5'10" Standover height 30"
20in Frame: 5'11" - 6'4" Standover height 31"
Color Matte Black
Frame Custom drawn 7005 Series Aluminum with FIT System. Replaceable derailleur hanger and disc mount.
Fork SR Suntour XCM HLO with hydraulic lockout. 100 mm travel. Alloy one piece lower. Disc Compatible
Rims Alloy, 32 hole. Double Wall. Black.
Tires CST Critter. Knobby. 26 x 1.95”.
Hubset Formula Disc. Black, Alloy. Sealed front & rear with CLIX™ front quick release.
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