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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 lineHunter 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 Reviews80/100 based on 1 rated expert review
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.