If you\u2019re seeking out the best electric hunting bikes on a budget, CIVI Bikes are good, all-around solid choices for a much lower price. You aren\u2019t giving up much for the Predator model. Its 500W brushless hub motor can crank speeds up to 25mph. And its folding nature means it\u2019s easy to transport, carry, and store.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - CIVI Bikes\r\nFor a nice, all-around good budget option, CIVI Bikes (Predator model) is the ideal choice; fitted with a 500W brushless hub motor that can get up to 25mph, and travels 30 miles on a good day.\r\n\r\nDurability & Build Quality\r\nTypical of many bikes, CIVI Bikes are built with an aluminum alloy frame. Not only does this cut cost by a small margin, it keeps the bike lightweight but still strong. Its the fat tires that are exceptionally tough. After all, they\u2019re thick, 4-inch tires that are great on sketchy terrain, with incredible grip. However, the Rungu Bike has three thick tires for better handling.\r\nPerformance (Speed & Acceleration)\r\nThe Predator CIVI E Bikes aren\u2019t as fast as other entries, but it makes an admirable effort given its lower price. At most you can crank the twist throttle to peak around 25mph, which is a limitation of its 500W motor, while the CIVI electric bikes Cheetah has 750W.\r\nRange & Battery\r\nBattery life, just like its speed, is in the same boat. It\u2019s a solid Samsung lithium-ion battery pack that can take you around the environment up to 30 miles. The BAKCOU Mule Elite can push 40+ miles. Pedal assist can eek out a few miles, as does using throttle sparingly.\r\nSafety Features\r\nThe CIVI Predator Folding Fat Electric Bicycle is limited in safety features. There\u2019s only suspension in the front, which is still good but a little more would\u2019ve been nice. The most important feature is its Tektro mechanical brakes. There\u2019s a rear rack in the back for hauling equipment.\r\nValue\r\nConsidering our fat tire electric bike review, it\u2019s clear the Predator CIVI Bikes aren\u2019t the best in the business, but what they lack in performance is made up in price. The Predator is more of a budget bike\u2014a starter e-bike, if you will. This is especially nice if you still need a hunting bike but are still on the fence. If CIVI Bikes are lacking, and you\u2019re still on a budget, bump up to the Juiced RipCurrent S for $2499.\r\nCIVI Bikes Wrap Up\r\nThe CIVI Bikes are solid bikes overall, despite having a longer charge time and a weaker battery. That\u2019s an intentional choice to keep it cheaper. After all, its 500W and 25mph are outclassed by most entries on our list, but because it\u2019s priced at $1500, we can see why. For all intents and purposes, this is a budget option.