Rambo Krusader

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Facts

Gender
Release Year
Brand
Charge Time
4, 8 Hours
Maximum Range
38 Miles
Top Speed
20 Mph
Watts
1000W
Torque
160 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 14Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Weight
74 lbs
Suspension
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

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

8 reasons to buy

  • The Krusader has 1000W of motor distributed over two 500W hub-drives, with a peak wattage output of 1500W available.
  • With 160Nm of torque available, the Krusader climbs well.
  • The Krusader has plenty of hauling power and a 300lb payload; to carry you, your kit and game.
  • Owners say the Krusader carves through loose dirt, mud and snow.
  • Maxxis Minion 26” x 4.0” fat tires ride well on a variety of surfaces.
  • 2-piston hydraulic brakes provide ample power to stop the Krusader’s heft.
  • Buyers admire the Krusader’s ‘TrueTimber Viper Woodland Camo’ colorway.
  • The Krusader’s single-speed setup is derailleur-free, avoiding high grasses and weeds being caught in the drivetrain.

4 reasons not to buy

  • The Krusader has two 500W motors relying on a single 48V 14Ah battery, limiting the bike’s range to 20-25 miles in real-world conditions.
  • Some of the Krusader’s components are entry-level options from lesser known brands; including Logan hydraulic brakes, a GT MRK suspension fork and Promax bar and stem.
  • Despite the Krusader’s use of entry and mid-range parts, this e-bike is not offered at a budget price.
  • The Krusader is only offered in a single 19” frame size.

Bottom line

The Krusader is a dual-motor, hunting-oriented, electric fatbike that can be used for any type of backwoods adventure. It has a 500W hub motor in both wheels, offering a maximum of 160Nm torque that proves useful when climbing loose surfaces and steep hills. Motor-assist can be set at a level from 10%, through 40%, 60%, 80% and up to 100%. This e-bike is offered in one 19” frame size. The Krusader is fitted with quality Maxxis Minion 26” x 4.0” fat tires. Other parts come from lesser or unknown brands. Even so, the dual-motor Krusader is no budget buy.

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Rankings

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