Rambo Bikes comes out of true love for the outdoors. Tailored to fit the needs of hunters, these fat tire bikes are made for all terrain, with emphasis on fields and woodland. When you ride a Rambo Bike, you are using a powerful, stealthy tool that allows you to travel whisper quiet into the woods to scout the land, carry gear, or simply enjoy the ride.
Rambo Bikes was not the first company to make quality robust electric hunting bikes but they have gained a strong fan base of happy customers. When you ride a Rambo bike you feel the raw power that you get every time you power up. You can choose between a variety of options ranging from 750 watt to 1000 watt motors, rear hub or mid drive motors and no matter your preference you will benefit from quality made bikes with premium components.
Using a Rambo Bike for hunting is a game changer. If you've been struggling to make the long hike through miles of wooded land with 50 lbs of gear on your back, when you use an ebike you no longer need to compromise. You can reach your blind check the perimeter in no time at all while carrying your gear and without breaking a sweat. You get their quietly and scent free. So what are YOU waiting for?
Rambo eBikes come in various options, color, frame design, rigid fork or with suspension. But the most important question you need to ask yourself is which motor do I need, Rear Hub or Mid-Drive? By offering both types of motors they are providing an eBike for everyone, at different price points and different capabilities. But what are the key differences between the two?
Rear hub motors sit encased in the rear wheel while the mid-drive motor is positioned in the center of the bike between the pedals. Both perform well and give very good power to the rider. The rear hub costs less to produce so is normally the deciding factor on eBike price.
Rambo Bikes uses Bafang motors which are the best motors on the market so whether you choose an eBike with a rear hub or mid-drive, you’re buying a great eBike with a quality motor.
The mid-drive motor is known for higher performance and better torque when compared to a rear hub motor allowing it to perform better on hills. The main reason being the mid-drive motor drives the crank, instead of the wheel itself, multiplying its power and allowing it to better take advantage of the eBike’s existing gears. This translates to a more efficient motor and a better-balanced e-bike.
Some of these Rambo models also made it onto the Top 11 Electric Hunting Bikes for 2023.
Their electric hunting bikes also go beyond the woods, making them great for mobility, commuting and utility applications. They are engineered for off-road travel, providing portable, stealthy and powerful transportation.
They are also great for local commuting. Lithium-ion batteries supply clean, green and silent power to navigate all types of riding landscapes.
They have a wide selection of electric hunting bikes that were built specifically to dominate difficult terrain and do it quietly so you can get to your tree stand or check your trail cameras without spooking the wildlife and without leaving a scent trail. And doing all that in a fraction of the time it would take on foot.
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|Megatron AWD 2.0||Venom||Rampage||Rebel||Rebel ST||Krusader AWD 2.0||Bushwacker 2.0||Pursuit 2.0||Rooster 2.0|
|Motor||Dual Bafang Motors G062/G060||Ultra Bafang Mid-drive||Ultra Bafang Mid-drive||Bafang BBSHD Mid-drive||Bafang BBSHD Mid-drive||Dual Bafang Motors G060||Rambo High Output RTR1500TSHO Mid Drive||Rambo High Torque RTR1000 Mid Drive||Bafang G060 Hub|
|Motor Power||2 x 1000||1000||1000||1000||1000||2 x 500||1000 & 750||750||750|
|Range||Up to 80 Miles||Up to 55 Miles||Up to 60 Miles||Up to 65 Miles||Up to 65 Miles||Up to 57 Miles||Up to 65 Miles||Up to 58 Miles||Up to 57 Miles|
|Frame Size||19.7" Frame||19.7" Frame||18.5" Frame||19" Frame||19" Frame||19.7" Frame||18.75" Frame||19.7" Frame||15" Frame|
|Frame Type||Standard||Standard||Standard||Standard||Step Thru||Standard||Step Thru||Standard||Step Thru|
|Gearing||AWD System with Dual Chain Pivot Tensioner||Rohloff||11 Speed||SRAM 11 Speed||SRAM 11 Speed||AWD System with Dual Chain Pivot Tensioner||Enviolo Internal Drive System||Shimano 8 Speed||Shimano Altus 7 Speed|
|Load Capacity||350 lbs||300 lbs||300 lbs||300 lbs||300 lbs||350 lbs||300 lbs||300 lbs||300 lbs|
|Top Speed||Up to 35 mph||Up to 35 mph||Up to 35 mph||Up to 35 mph||Up to 35 mph||20 mph||20 mph||20 mph||20 mph|
|Tires||Kenda 26"x 4.8"||Maxxis Minion FBF/FBR 26" x 4.8"||Maxxis Minion 27.5" x 2.8"||Maxxis Minion FBF/FBR 26" x 4.8"||Maxxis Minion FBF/FBR 26" x 4.8"||Kenda 26"x 4.0"||Kenda Havok 26" x 3"||Kenda Krusade 26" x 4"||Kenda Booster 20"x 3.3"|