If you prefer customization above all else, the best electric hunting bikes for you would be Rambo Electric Bikes. Having a 750W high-torque electric motor and 26mph top speed (with assistance) is great, but its customization options are better. You get a good, affordable bike with the ability to add the features you want rather than pre-installed.
Why We Like It – Rambo Electric Bike
Highly customizable with additional accessories, the Rambo Electric Bike is for those looking to personalize their ride to their needs. Oh, and you get a 750W high-torque motor, with a top speed of 26mph (with assistance).
Durability & Build Quality
The 6061 aluminum alloy is typical build material for most e-bikes, like the Rungu Bike, except for the occasional steel or carbon frame. It’s still strong, but lighter. We’re most impressed by the tires. They’re 4-inch thick award-winning Kenda K1151 tires that have incredible traction.
Performance (Speed & Acceleration)
The speed of the Rambo Bikes (R750C) are a bit wishy-washy. A top speed of 20mph is okay, but not great—but that’s without pedal assistance. You can reach 26mph, but you’ll have to put in a bit of work. It does, however, make up for it with an incredibly high-torque 750watt mid drive motor. If you’re creeping up a hill, the torque will come in handy if you’re moving at low speeds.
Range & Battery
Unfortunately, the range of the battery is, quite frankly, abysmal. You can travel up to 19 miles on a single charge, which translates to only an hour of riding. You can get a few more with pedal assistance, but not much.
The Rambo Fat Tire Electric Bikes (R750C) has limited safety features. The mountain bike’s most important feature is the high-performance SRAM disc brakes. If you’re riding through slick and dangerous terrain, you want SRAM disc brakes; they’re excellent in weather. This pairs so well with its fat tires’ high-traction performance.
The Rambo E Bikes are looking a bit anemic in their features—and you wouldn’t be wrong; in fact, the R750C is just the base model, which goes for around $1400. This is because you’re encouraged to customize with accessories from Rambo, like a rear rack for your bow or adding front suspension. Instead of doing that, go with the Juiced RipCurrent S. That will take out all the guesswork. Or for the complete package, pick up the BAKCOU Mule Elite.
Rambo Electric Bike Wrap Up
The Rambo Electric Bike appears gutted for the sake of cost and personal customization. We can see the merit in that; the e-bike is still good despite its weak battery and average top speed. The entire bike can be customized to your liking, and you still get a 750 incredibly high-torque motor.
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