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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Rambo 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.