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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Rambo The Roamer. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The Roamer’s 14Ah battery delivers up to 35 miles of range on a single charge.
- This e-bike’s Bafang BBS02 mid-drive motor achieves a maximum 120Nm of torque.
- Massive 4” Kenda Krusade tires roam over mud, snow, dirt, roots, rocks and limbs.
- The Roamer’s 750W Bafang BBS02 motor can operate at a peak rating of 1000W.
- With an internal 3-speed Sturmey Archer hub, gearing components are protected and will not become entangled in long vegetation.
- Rambo riders are provided with a powerful independent throttle.
- Owners say the Roamer has plenty of power to climb hills and haul trailer loads of cargo or kit.
- Strong stopping power is delivered via Logan hydraulic disc brakes.
- Rambo’s Roamer has a maximum carrying capacity of 300lb.
- Owners enjoy using the Roamer for commutes that include off-road sections.
- One tester says he easily assembled his Roamer in 20 minutes.
- A tester was content with the relief provided by the GT MRK fork over rocky ground.
- The downward curve of the Roamer’s top-tube makes it easier to mount and dismount.
8 reasons not to buy
- The 3-speed drivetrain doesn’t offer a wide gear range in mountainous locales.
- At 63lb, owners found the Roamer heavy, especially when lifting it onto a car carrier.
- Rambo’s Roamer is not a low-priced option.
- One owner’s Roamer only had one screw in the rear disc rotor, which fell off.
- A buyer received their bike without a charging unit and an essential screw.
- Owners report a clicking sound from the Roamer’s rear hub, making it noisy on hunts.
- The Roamer is only available in a large-ish 19" frame size.
- One owner could not shift gears on their new Roamer.
Bottom lineRambo’s Roamer is a fat-tire backwoods bike that employs a 750W Bafang mid-drive motor for powerful and direct pedal input. This motor provides a peak output of 1000 watts and 120Nm of torque, making it a capable climber. An internal 3-speed hub protects gearing from vegetation and damage but is limiting in steep terrain. The bike is enjoyed by hunters. However, being a hardtail, the Roamer also serves as a great commuting option for riders who have some dirt or gravel on their way to work. The Roamer is not a frugal option, but it is capable.
Expert Reviews0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
Rambo Roamer E-Bike (Game Changer!)
Yes, they’re not the cheapest bikes out there. However, they are great investments… this thing definitely zips… If you’re going up and down some steep grades I don’t suggest getting this 3-speed… All in all, I’m very pleased with this bike.
Rambo Electric Bike Review
With the generation 2 R750, every now and then you’ll suck a cornstalk into the derailleur, and have to stop and pull it out… That changed on this generation 3 bike, which has a hub gear design.