QuietKat Ranger

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Facts

Gender
Release Year
Brand
Charge Time
6, 8 Hours
Maximum Range
40, 48 Miles
Top Speed
20 Mph
Watts
500W, 750W, 1000W
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 10.4Ah, 48V 11.6Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
1, 7
Weight
61, 65 lbs
Suspension
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the QuietKat Ranger. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

11 reasons to buy

  • The Ranger rides well on rough dirt and logging roads.
  • The Ranger’s motor is quiet, whether whizzing about on the farm or moving in for the kill.
  • Riders said they were surprised by how fast the Ranger moved off-road.
  • The Ranger has plenty of power to climb hills.
  • The Ranger’s fat tires power through snow, mud, slush and loose dirt.
  • QuietKat offers a lifetime warranty on the Ranger’s alloy frame.
  • Some buyers say their Ranger came 95% assembled.
  • There’s enough torque behind the Ranger’s motor to haul a trailer full of cargo or carcasses.
  • Owners say the Ranger is easy to assemble in just two hours.
  • The Ranger features a one-year warranty on components.
  • An instructional assembly video from QuietKat is available on YouTube.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The Ranger’s written instructions are minimal and difficult to follow.
  • Some owners say the Ranger’s paint is powdery and scratches easily.
  • Ranger riders sometimes sought wider and longer mudguards than those provided.

Bottom line

The Quietkat Ranger is an electric fatbike that comes in two models. The newer Ranger 5.0 uses a 500 watt hub-drive motor. The original Ranger is available in 750 and 1000 watt hub-drive options. The Ranger 5.0 offers three levels of assist and throttle. The original Ranger features five levels of assist. Rangers handle a payload of 325 lb, to haul gear and prey. With 4.0” to 4.5” wide tires, the Ranger can negotiate rough forest roads through mud, snow and loose dirt. The original Ranger features front suspension and is available in three sizes to fit riders from 5’6” to 6’0”. The 5.0 comes in one size and uses a rigid fork.

Expert Reviews

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Backcountry Beyond

Demo Ride of QuietKat Ranger 750

I’m pedaling really lightly and you’re gonna see this thing just starts cookin’… you get to a point where you’re a little bit fatigued and you want to just let it do the work, just take the throttle down and I don’t need to pedal at all. It would go for 20 miles on a full charge if I just sat here and let the throttle do the work.

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Electric Hunting Bike

Best Electric Bike for Deer Hunting

The best electric bike for deer hunting is definitely the 2020 QuietKat Ranger… riding a loud ATV is just going to scare the game away. The QuietKat Ranger is a great option that is noiseless, powerful, and yet can cover a decent distance before you need to get back to the charger.

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