Rambo The Ryder

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

Summary of Reviews

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

8 reasons to buy

  • The Ryder’s 750W Bafang mid-drive motor achieves a peak wattage of 1000W.
  • Mid-size 24” wheels make the Ryder a scaled-down fatbike for shorter riders.
  • The Ryder rolls through rough terrain easily, on porky Kenda Krusade 24” X 4.0” tires.
  • The Ryder’s 3-speed Sturmey Archer internal rear hub maintains a clean chainline, without the need for a rear derailleur.
  • A fatbike-specific GTMRK fork provides front-end suspension on the Ryder.
  • The Ryder’s mid-drive motor can achieve a maximum torque of 120Nm.
  • Stopping is secure on the Ryder, with 2-Piston hydraulic brakes.
  • Some owners found the Ryder was easy to assemble.

3 reasons not to buy

  • There is only one 17.5” frame size available for the Ryder.
  • The Ryder’s brakes and suspension fork come from little-known brands.
  • A 3-speed internal hub limits the Ryder’s gear-range.

Bottom line

The Ryder is a scaled-down version of Rambo’s full-size ‘huntbikes’. With 24” wheels and 4.0” wide fat tires, the Ryder is aimed at shorter riders. Owners say the bike rides well on a variety of rough terrain. The Ryder’s 750W Bafang BBS02 ‘high torque’ mid-drive motor delivers a 1000W peak wattage and maximum 120Nm torque. Hydraulic 2-piston brakes bring this power to a halt. It’s available in one size. The Ryder comes fitted with Rambo’s favorite fatbike fork, from publicity-shy manufacturer GTMRK. The Ryder is one of Rambo’s more affordable options.

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