Xprit Hunter

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Release Year
Charge Time
6 Hours
Maximum Range
56 Miles
Top Speed
28 mph
750 W
80 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
48 V 20 Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
75 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Xprit Hunter. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

17 reasons to buy

  • Well-executed Camo paintwork asserts that the Hunter knows its purpose.
  • With a high-capacity 960Wh battery (48V × 20Ah), the Hunter offers great range. Xprit claims an average of  56 mi.
  • Knobby Chao Yang 4.0” fat tires are capable over rough trails, rocks, roots, and branches. They're buoyant across mud, snow, and sand.
  • RST’s Guide suspension fork absorbs impacts and features a lockout to aid efficiency on climbs, fast flats, and paved roads.
  • A user reports the Hunter performing well on off-road trails and paved surfaces.
  • The Hunter's 80 Nm of torque provides plenty of grunt for hauling gear and catch.
  • The Hunter comes with an integrated 700-lumen headlight and a taillight.
  • A reviewer deems the Hunter to be of “high quality” build.
  • A Shimano Altus 9-speed drivetrain provides brand-name reassurance.
  • Logan fulfills stopping duties via powerful hydraulic disc brakes w/ 180 mm rotors.
  • An owner says the Hunter arrives mostly assembled, with the remaining setup being simple when using Xprit’s “easy” instructions.
  • Suitably fat fenders come included with the Hunter, front and rear.
  • Xprit includes a rear rack with the Hunter.
  • High-rise BMX bars create a unique look, among hunting e-bikes.
  • The Hunter features a USB charging port for juicing up your phone or other accessories.
  • An owner confirms the Hunter is quick to recharge.
  • The Xprit Hunter is packaged with a 1-day warranty and a 60-day return policy (if the bike doesn’t meet your expectations).

3 reasons not to buy

  • This 75-pound bike is large and heavy.
  • There is quite a tangle of electric and hydraulic cabling at the Hunter’s cockpit.
  • For prospective Hunter owners, there is currently little information to be gleaned from owner, rider, expert, and/or tester reviews.

Bottom line

Hunter by name, hunter by nature. This Class 2 e-bike reaches 28 mph via pedal-assist or 20 mph by throttle only. With fat, knobby 4.0” tires, front suspension, camouflage paintwork, a 700-lumen headlight, and an included rear rack, the Hunter is equipped from new for backwoods adventures. With BMX-style riser handlebars, it stands out. Although information is currently scarce for the Hunter, we can assert that it offers plenty of battery capacity. The provided 960 Wh battery (48V × 20Ah) uses high-quality Samsung/LG cells and is larger than most of those specced by the electric huntbike competition. Range should be ample. One reviewer reports that it rides well on both off-road trails and paved surfaces.

Expert Reviews

80/100 based on 1 rated expert review
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The XPRIT Hunter Electric Bike | Assembly & First Impressions

I used it almost fully on throttle with no pedaling. I drove it 10 mi around the neighborhood and on some trails and it performed great: the battery level dropped 30%. First impressions: I think it’s awesome. I’m going to be using it for hunting and some scouting.

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