Rambo Cruiser

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Release Year
Maximum Range
35 Miles
Top Speed
20 Mph
145 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 10.4Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
59 lbs
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

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

9 reasons to buy

  • Owners said the Cruiser’s 500W motor was powerful on hill climbs.
  • The Cruiser is offered at an affordable price.
  • With 145Nm of torque, riders were pleased with the Cruiser’s power.
  • Kenda Krusade 26” x 4.0” tires equip the Cruiser to ride over roots, ruts, loose dirt, snow and mud.
  • Riders described the Cruiser’s motor as being very quiet.
  • Buyers praised the Cruiser’s “great battery life”, delivering a purported maximum 35 miles of range.
  • Buyers find the Cruiser rides well on sand.
  • Owners said that assembling the Cruiser was uncomplicated, in around an hour.
  • An owner found the ‘Justec’ brand saddle to be comfortable.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Cruisers are only available in one size, with a 19” frame.
  • The Cruiser is not equipped with suspension.
  • The Cruiser’s motor comes from the lesser-known brand ‘Truckrun’.
  • The Cruiser does not include a rack or fenders.
  • Assembling the Cruiser could be taxing for buyers who aren’t experienced in bike mechanics.

Bottom line

The Rambo Cruiser is a rigid fatbike (without suspension). This keeps the price low, as does Rambo’s use of mechanical disc brakes and a motor from the budget brand ‘Truckrun’. This 500W motor equips the Cruiser with 750W of peak power. The Cruiser is fitted with fat 4.0” tires for all-terrain riding. Buyers have one 19” size option available for the Cruiser. Owners were satisfied with the speed and power of the Cruiser on trails and doubletrack.

Expert Reviews

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Wandering Goat

Testing Rambo 500W Cruiser in the Mountains of Oregon!

This is a ****ing game-changer… It’s pretty effortless, just cruising at 12 to 15 miles per hour… These aren’t very, like, rugged off-road tires either. These are the basic *****es… This thing’s got some torque man… So far I’m super-impressed. These things are just awesome… Why would you get a normal mountain bike?

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Jeremiah Mcintosh

Rambo Cruiser Mid-Drive Ebike Test and Lectric Step-Thru First Trail Ride of the Year!

One of the main differences that I’ve noticed so far is the Lectric comes with a rack and fenders… Yes, [the Rambo Cruiser] is a lot more money but…there is a pretty good advantage on one thing on that bike and that’s the mid-drive motor and the torque that it has… You’re not going to beat the price and free shipping that [the Lectric] has… The noise of [the Cruiser’s] motor is very quiet…the way the pedal-assist kicks in is more fluid than on the Lectric… Do I think [the Cruiser] is worth over double the price? In my opinion, at [this price], no I do not.

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Jeremiah Mcintosh

Lectric Ebike 500W Geared Hub Motor vs Rambo 500W Truck Run Mid-Drive Motor up Hills

We’re going to be putting the Lectric XP 500-watt rear-hub-motor e-bike up against the Rambo Cruiser 500-watt mid-drive motor and we’re going to be doing a hill test with them… pretty impressive that the Lectric beat me… I really thought the Rambo was gonna win… The Rambo Cruiser definitely climbed up steep hills a lot easier… I definitely recommend the mid-drive if you have a lot of inclines that you’re constantly climbing up.

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Morgan Murphy

I Got a Rambo Cruiser Hunting Bike and Here Is How It Went

Man, it just hauls *** uphill. 8 miles an hour…

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Morgan Murphy

First Thoughts on Rambo Cruiser 500W Hunting Bike

It’s a hunting bike and this thing is bad***… We go on 12-mile, 14-mile rides… I used to love mountain-biking but y’know, you get older and mountain-biking turns into a pain in the ***. Well this, it makes it all fun again. Pedal-assist, level 5, so you just barely put any effort in. Or you don’t even need to do that. You can just throttle down… It’s awesome.

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