Rambo The Rooster

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Release Year
Maximum Range
35 Miles
Top Speed
20 mph
750 W
80 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48V 14Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
61 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

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

9 reasons to buy

  • With a small step-through frame and 20” wheels, the Rooster is well-suited to shorter riders.
  • The Rooster is fitted with a 750W Bafang hub-driven motor.
  • The Rooster’s step-through frame is appreciated by older and less flexible riders.
  • Wide 20” x 4.0” tires provide the Rooster with a cushioned ride, on-road or off.
  • The Rooster's official maximum-range figures boast 35 miles “without pedaling”.
  • Rambo states that the Rooster has a 300lb carrying capacity.
  • The Rooster’s ‘mini LCD’ displays trip distance, battery level, power, and speed.
  • A rear rack is included with the Rambo Rooster.
  • The Rooster’s frame is fitted with mounts to attach a load-bearing basket.

4 reasons not to buy

  • The Rooster is only available in one size, with a handlebar that isn’t height-adjustable.
  • Detailed information on the Rooster is still scarce. Rambo does not state the Rooster's charge time or maximum range including pedaling.
  • The Rooster is a single-speed e-bike and has no gears.
  • An owner received their Rooster with a wobbly, untrue wheel that felt like “riding a washing machine” at higher speeds.

Bottom line

The Rambo Rooster is a compact, single-speed, fat-tire e-bike. It runs a 750W hub-driven Bafang motor and cutesy 20” wheels. These small wheels, in conjunction with the Rooster’s step-through frame shape, combine to make a bike well-suited to shorter, older, and less flexible riders. Fat 4.0” tires help cushion the ride on uneven or dirt roads. The Rooster is fitted with an integrated rack and features mountpoints for a tough, load-bearing basket. One owner received their bike with a wobbly and untrue wheel. They were advised to repair it themselves or to pay for it to be repaired by their local bike shop. The Rooster is available in one 17” frame size and comes fitted with a BMX-style handlebar that is not height-adjustable. While the Rooster is pictured with a suspension fork, Rambo’s specs say the bike uses a rigid fork, which is also pictured on the Rooster’s product page.

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