Montague Paratrooper - Bike parts (weight)

3 months 3 weeks ago #45068 by johntimber
johntimber created the topic: Montague Paratrooper - Bike parts (weight)

I recently bought a Montague Paratrooper. The bike weights around 31-32 pounds. I know the bike uses standard mountain bike components so they can be changed. What bike parts can be changed on this bike to make it weigh less? I don't like the suspension fork so will be replacing that with a rigid fork. Is carbon fibre good? Will it make it weigh less? If anyone has a Montague, could you please help me on which parts I can change to make the bike lighter.

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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