The world of E-bikes continues to push into the world of sportsmen. Arguably once viewed from afar, now more hunters, shooters, anglers and outdoorsmen find E-bikes fill a significant role in their outdoor pursuits. For anyone that spends time outdoors, the new crop of QuietKat E-bikes should grab your attention.
New QuietKat E-Bikes for 2023
For the uninitiated, QuietKat bikes comprise a true all-terrain system. The all-season platform delivers the power to tackle some pretty tough terrain out there. Yet it comes packed with features to accommodate the very specific gear sportsmen use outdoors. This electric-bike is a decade in the making, built to use where the asphalt ends.
QuietKat took the company’s top-of-the-line APEX and gave it an overhaul. The PRO features an upgrade to the front suspension fork for better control and performance. A 16ah integrated battery delivers more power, according to QuietKat. It brings an estimated range of up to 48 miles with pedaling assistance, 24 on the throttle. The bike maintains the four piston hydraulic brakes. A mid-drive, 1,000-watt motor and nine-speed SRAM gearing rounds out this impressive system. This one marks the top of the line for hunting.
The SPORT features the same high-powered 1,000- or 750-watt mid-drive motor option of the PRO. It adds a more budget conscious fork, battery, brakes and drivetrain. The SPORT ranges 38 miles on the pedal, 19 miles on the throttle unassisted.
The RANGER has been a mainstay as a best-selling hunting and fishing bike for QuietKat. It brings all the power, utility and range, up to 38 miles assisted/19 throttle unassisted. A 1,000- or 750-watt hub-drive motor option proves rugged. This bike may bring a little less torque, but it remains off-road capable with a built-in rear rack to help carry your gear.
The PIONEER serves up the most affordable all-terrain e-bike from QuietKat. This entry-level model features a 750- or 500-watt hub-drive motor. The estimated range comes in at 29 miles assisted pedaling/14 miles full throttle unassisted. Simple, long-lasting single-speed gearing equals minimal maintenance for users. And for some outdoorsmen, that’s a big bonus. A rigid fork and 4-inch tires round out the package.
Now clearly QuietKat has made it name making E-bikes for sportsmen. But the new LYNX brings a new kind of bike to the lineup, and we gottta admit, it’s pretty cool. The LYNX features full-suspension in a café moto style. They’re basically taking the proven off-road capabilities and packaging them into a street-smart bike for getting around town. Still able to go off-road, the LYNX blends on-road and off-road capabilities. It features a 2-speed, 1,000-watt hub motor and twist throttle.
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