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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Rambo The Rampage. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
7 reasons to buy
- With a 48 volt, 21 amp-hour battery, the Rampage covers a claimed maximum range of up to 60 miles.
- The Rambo Rampage hits a respectable 28-mph top speed.
- Powerful 4-piston Tektro hydraulic brakes stop the Rampage, hard.
- The Rampage has an independently-operable thumb throttle.
- An owner describes the Rampage’s paint as “solid and glossy”.
- With full suspension and 2.8” tires, this e-bike Rampages over rocks, mud, roots and what-have-you.
- With a 1000W Bafang mid-drive motor and a maximum 160Nm of torque, the Rampage rocketed up steep hills.
4 reasons not to buy
- The Rampage is 67 pounds of bike. That’s weighty.
- Rambo does not reveal the model or brand of the Rampage’s rear suspension or drivetrain components.
- The Rampage is only available in one 18.5” frame size.
- Little-known brand GTMRK are responsible for the Rampage’s suspension fork. Details are scant.