Rambo The Prowler

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Release Year
Maximum Range
40 Miles
Top Speed
28 mph
1000 W
160 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 17Ah
Wheel Size
70 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

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

20 reasons to buy

  • Say Watt? The Prowler’s 1000W Bafang motor puts out 1500 peak watts of power.
  • An Enviolo CVT (continuously variable transmission) hub provides the Prowler with a 380% gear range, using a simple, step-free shifting system.
  • The Prowler is brought to a stop by strong Tektro 4-piston hydraulic disc brakes.
  • A reviewer was able to easily reach 30mph, using only the Prowler’s throttle.
  • A reviewer was able to achieve 35mph on flats with pedaling and assist.
  • The Prowler comfortably conquers obstacles on huge Maxxis Minion FBF and FBR 27.5" x 3.8" tires.
  • Many bosses and mount-points cover the Prowler’s frame to attach accessories such as racks, a trailer, bottle-holders, bags, baskets and extra batteries.
  • The Prowler’s Bafang display is clear, easy-to-read and its angle can be adjusted.
  • The Prowler is rated to carry a 300lb payload, be it rider, cargo and/or catch.
  • The Prowler’s battery is lockable and removable, for security or off-bike charging.
  • For some owners, the Prowler is easy to assemble.
  • Riders from 5’10" to 6’2” say they love the fit of the Predator.
  • Owners say the Prowler moves very quietly, almost silently.
  • With a wide gear range and powerful motor, the Prowler smashes steep hills.
  • A concealed internal battery gives the Prowler a sleek physique.
  • A tester says the Prowler’s torque sensor is very precise, giving smooth support.
  • Thru-axle hubs stiffen up the Prowler on real mountain bike trails.
  • Wide, 770mm Promax handlebars provide lashings of control.
  • A GT860 air suspension inverted moto-style fork equips the Prowler with 120mm of trail-smoothing travel.
  • The Prowler is draped in Rambo’s own in-house ‘TrueTimber VSX’ camo colorway.

4 reasons not to buy

  • The Prowler is pricey.
  • The Prowler is only available in a single 19.7″ frame size.
  • Information is scarce on the Prowler’s fork, from the little-known brand GTMRK.
  • A reviewer found that the Prowler’s powerful motor ‘chewed through the juice’, sapping the battery quickly.

Bottom line

The Prowler is one of the higher-quality offerings from ‘huntbike’ specialist Rambo. It’s quiet, it’s stealthy, it’s built to silently stalk through the boonies. Bafang’s 1000W ‘Ultra’ mid-drive motor equips the Prowler with a whopping maximum 160Nm of torque and 1500W of peak power. Most of the Prowler’s components are quality, including the easy-to-use Enviolo CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission) internal hub, which has no steps between gears and provides a 380% range. There are multiple places to attach racks, a trailer, bags, bottle cages and even an extra battery. It’s powerful, but this means the battery can be quickly sapped by over-zealous throttle use. The fork is made by new, fatbike-centric brand GTMRK (details are scarce). Not surprisingly, the Prowler’s feature-laden build comes at a high price.

Expert Reviews

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Electrified Reviews

Rambo Prowler Review: Extreme Hunting, Backwoods Electric Mountain Bike

If you are a hunter, if you are a bikepacker or if you just love camo, you are going to love this ride… Overall, the Rambo Prowler is an impressive machine that boasts not just impressive specs, but a well-thought-out, purpose-built design. The Prowler doesn’t like the roads. No. The Prowler, I think, scowls at pavement.

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