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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the QuietKat RidgeRunner. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- With 160Nm of torque available, the RidgeRunner is able to power up steep ascents.
- The RidgeRunner reaches reported top speeds of 28 to 30 mph in unrestricted mode.
- The RidgeRunner’s powerful 1000W Bafang Ultra Mid Drive Motor reaches a peak wattage of 1600W.
- Fat CST Roly Poly 26” x 4.8” tires add stability and traction on climbs and turns.
- The RidgeRunner is available in two sizes to fit riders from 5’3” to 6’0” and above.
- As a hunting rig, the RidgeRunner is near silent and emits little scent.
- Reviewers say the RidgeRunner rides well on firm snow.
- RidgeRunner riders were impressed with this e-bike’s speed and acceleration.
- 4-Piston Tektro hydraulic brakes use 203mm rotors to stop powerfully.
- QuietKat’s inverted fork supplies the RidgeRunner with 150mm of front suspension travel.
- RockShox’s Monarch RL shock furnishes the RidgeRunner with 150mm of rear suspension travel.
- Owners have the option of switching to a 29" wheelset, with tires up to 2.5” wide.
- The RidgeRunner’s removable battery allows for off-bike charging or secure storage.
- The RidgeRunner can be ridden as a 1000W unclassified e-bike or manually restricted to 750W to meet Class 1 or 2 restrictions.
3 reasons not to buy
- At just shy of 70 lb the RidgeRunner is heavy, making it difficult to lift by oneself.
- An owner said the RidgeRunner ‘wandered’ in thick, powdery snow.
- The RidgeRunner’s versatility comes at a considerable price.
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QuietKat All-Terrain Electric Mountain Bike Review: Hands-on for 2021
Super fun. Super easy to ride. There is something about the power and quietness of these bikes that will blow you away. I was dreaming about an American Spec Ops unit using these to insert quietly outside of earshot of the sound of a helicopter, I could see it in the future… With the QuietKat & trailer, just one trip down the mountain, elk & gear.