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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 lineThe 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.
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