2021 QuietKat Ranger 1000W Fat Tire Electric Mountain Bike

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04/04/2019
QuietKat Ranger Rides Great

I needed an electric mountain bike for maintaining my back 65, and the Ranger is perfect for the job. I can haul loads in the trailer, and the motor has enough power and torque to tackle the roughest trails. Thanks guy.

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26" x 4.5" Super Fat Tires (24" x 4" Fat Tires on 15" Frame)

1000W | 750W Bafang Rear Hub Motor

Thumb Throttle + 5 Level Pedal Assist System (PAS)

Downtube-Integrated 48V/11.6Ah Battery w/ Panasonic Cells & BMS

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QuietKat Ranger Description

The Ranger is an authority, a protector of the lands, mountains and forests. The Ranger is prepared for the challenges ahead and ready for action in hostile territory. Ranger’s lead the way.

The all-new QuietKat Ranger is one of the bestselling fat tire electric mountain bikes on the market today, and for good reason. It comes fully-equipped with premium components, and is offered in several frame sizes. The large 19" and medium 17" frame option come with 26" x 4.5" super fat tires. The small 15" frame features 24" x 4" fat tires, making this the perfect off-road ebike for shorter riders. 1000W and 750W rear hub motor options are available for all frame sizes.

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The Ranger features QuietKat’s performance build kit; including adjustable coil-suspension, mechanical disc brakes with automatic motor inhibitors, and an 7-speed SRAM drivetrain. The hub-drive motor provides direct power to the rear wheel, independent of the chain. The result is consistent power in all gears.

The Ranger e-MTB is the perfect blend of price and performance, for outdoor adventurers who will be riding on moderate to advanced terrain. 

 


A Hunter's Perspective 

Many outdoorsman are skeptical when they first see the use of fat tire electric bikes used for hunting. Fat tire electric mountain bike can be a major investment, and many people wonder what kind of advantage they really offer to your hunting.

After using an electric mountain bike on a few hunts, most guys are totally sold and see the value ebikes for hunters. In the video below, a real QuietKat customer says that these bikes are a game-changer when hunting public lands.

First and foremost is the speed you can get to your stands, carrying out daily chores of scouting and checking trail cameras. In the past, it would take an hour or more to walk the perimeter of a large field looking for scrapes and rubs, tracks and trails. Now it can be done in 10-15 minutes. 

Walking to a stand far away from the road meant getting sweaty and leaving well before daylight. Now he can use the electric assist to get to his stand in a fraction of the time, and you don't work up a sweat at all. 

Deer are not alarmed by a hunter on a bike as they are by someone walking; they simply watch you go by, even from short distance, rather than snorting and running off like when the get spooked seeing you walking. 

The bike is stealthy and quiet in every way. While riding the bike, the amount of scent intrusion left in your path is minimal. The deer are seldom aware that you even went by, and that goes for accessing your hunting areas as well as scouting and checking cameras. You're leaving a minimum amount of scent on the ground.

The addition of a cargo trailer allows you to haul a lot of gear into the woods, saving time and sometimes multiple trips. Hauling your gear and kill out on a trailer is much easier than you can believe.

You can use the Ranger three different ways. You can use is as a regular conventional bike, taking advantage of the 7-speed drivetrain, and using no electric power at all. You can use the 5 levels of pedal assist, which automatically respond to your pedaling and provide electrical assistance. Or you can use the thumb throttle, in which case no pedaling is required and the bike does all the work. 

QuietKat Ranger Specifications

  • Drive Modes: 5-Level Pedal Assist System (PAS) + Class 2 Left-Side Thumb Throttle
  • Motor: Bafang 750W or 1000W Brushless Rear Hub Motor
  • Display: Digital Readout With Speedometer, Odometer, Battery, and Other Essential Data Points
  • Battery: Downtube-Integrated 48V/11.6Ah Panasonic Lithium Battery Pack
  • Frame Size: Aluminum Alloy Frame in 17" and 19" Sizes (see Sizing Chart)
  • Brakes: Mechanical Disc Brakes with 180mm Rotors and Motor Cutoff
  • Fork: Spring Coil Suspension Fork
  • Tires: 26”x 4.5” Kenda Juggernaut Super Fat Tires w/ 60 TPI Casing and Steel Bead (26" x 4" Fat Tires on 15" Frame)
  • Gearing: SRAM 7-Speed Drivetrain with Stainless Steel Chain
  • Bike Weight: 74 Lbs.
  • Load Carry: 325 Lbs.

QuietKat 2021 Ebike Owners Manual

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  • Hi guys I have a quick question here I’m trying to drive my ranger wbike 2020 up a set of stairs that are 12 feet wide the rise of the staires is only about 6 inches but there’s about 20 steps total and halfway between there is a nice land in what tire pressure do you believe I should have My tire pressure at that I have them set at 20 psi front and back right now could you inform me pls thanks guys appreciate that

    The maximum tire pressure should be listed on the sidewall of the tire itself. Probably 30 psi, but you should double-check.

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