QuietKat Ripper

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Release Year
Charge Time
6, 8 Hours
Maximum Range
42 Miles
Top Speed
20 Mph
500 W
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 10.4Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
47 lbs
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

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

8 reasons to buy

  • The Ripper’s small frame and wheels make it a perfect option for kids, teenagers and adults under 5’6”.
  • The Ripper is agile and comfortable, on fat yet small Kenda Juggernaut 20” x 4” tires.
  • Single-speed gearing keeps the Ripper simple for kids.
  • A Mozo coil suspension fork smoothes out the Ripper’s ride with 100mm of travel.
  • A concealed battery lends the Ripper a streamlined appearance.
  • The Ripper’s frame includes an integrated rear rack.
  • The Ripper’s Tektro mechanical disc brakes use large 203mm rotors for more stopping power.
  • Neatly wrapped cabling keeps the Ripper tangle-free and neat.

2 reasons not to buy

  • The Ripper is only supplied with a single gear.
  • There are no lights included with the Ripper.

Bottom line

The Ripper is a compact-sized fatbike offering from the hunting e-bike specialists QuietKat. It’s equipped with a 500W hub-drive, single-speed gearing and 20” x 4” fatso tires. The Ripper’s small frame and wheels make it perfect for shorter riders, teenagers and kids under 5’6”. Single-speed gearing means electric operation is kept simple for kids. The bike can handle a 300 lb payload, allowing your children to bring home their own catch. A Mozo coil suspension fork irons out bumps, while large-rotored Tektro mechanical disc brakes help stop this hefty rig. The Ripper offers five levels of pedal-assist, a throttle and walk-assist. Riders say this is a sturdy option for shorter adults and kids. A rack is integrated into the frame but lights are not included.

Expert Reviews

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User Ratings

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