Rambo The Nomad

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Release Year
Charge Time
6, 8 Hours
Maximum Range
25 Miles
Top Speed
20 mph
750 W
120 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 14Ah, 48V 11.6Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
66.0 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

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

10 reasons to buy

  • Bafang’s 750W mid-drive motor puts out up to 120Nm of torque to deliver Nomad riders up steep hills.
  • Taller riders fit well on the Nomad.
  • The Nomad is available in three colorways; two camo options and a gun-metal gray.
  • To conquer all terrains, the Nomad is equipped with an 11-speed cassette and 5 levels of pedal-assist.
  • One robust rider was impressed with the Nomad’s ability to carry his 400lb weight.
  • Rambo say the Nomad can carry 300lb, including rider, kit and catch.
  • The Nomad can travel up to 25 miles on a fully charged battery.
  • Maxxis Minion 4” wide tires show traction through snow, mud, sand and dirt.
  • Ample stopping power is brought by Tektro’s hydraulic disc brakes.
  • The Nomad can be propelled via throttle-only or through 5 pedal-assist levels.

6 reasons not to buy

  • The Nomad is available in one 19” size that may be too tall for some riders.
  • A slight lag was experienced when riders engaged the Nomad’s throttle or pedal-assist.
  • Some riders found the Nomad’s Tektro saddle to be a tad firm.
  • The Nomad’s 36 tooth chainring was geared a little low for some city riders.
  • Aftermarket customer service seems limited for Rambo customers.
  • Some owners had trouble getting Rambo to honor their bike’s warranty.

Bottom line

Nomad owners enjoyed using this e-bike for everything from hauling hunting rifles up remote logging roads to toting groceries. Bafang’s torquey 750W mid-drive motor sees riders through loose terrain and up steep off-road ascents. The Nomad is available in two camo colorways for hunters, in addition to a plain gun-metal gray option for everyday riders. With its low gearing, the Nomad is primarily aimed at hunters and off-road adventure types. Professional reviews are scarce but owners generally seem satisfied. Experiences with aftermarket customer service and assistance are mixed. Older models are fitted with an 11.6Ah battery.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews

User Ratings

98/100 based on 33 ratings
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