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    Rambo Ebikes Vs Rad Power Ebikes

    I have been planning a buy a ebike for hunting but couldn't figure to which to go for between Rambo and Rad Power ebike. I did find this article "Rambo vs Rad Power Ebikes for hunting". Can anyone please tell me how accurate the article is?

    #2
    Seems fairly accurate.

    That said, you don't really want anything with a hubmotor for hunting, that is absurd. You need to be able to gear it down if you are hauling stuff out of the woods, and that means a mid drive. But Rambo bikes are not generally a good value proposition, last I looked at their prices they were charging thousands of dollars for a bbs02 and shark built on an entry level fatbike. That's one hell of a markup when you can buy the same battery and motor and do that same build on a fatbike for a fraction of the price. Not even joking, we are not talking just a few hundred dollars markup, those guys were making something like $1500 profit off each bike by marketing it as for hunters. I am sure it would work better than a radbike hauling big game out of the woods but that doesn't mean it's not a total ripoff

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      #3
      if you are looking specifically for hunting then go for rambo.If you want something more suited to onroad then go for Rad,But,as far my experience,the offroad capability of the rambo is far better than the Rad.I can personally recommend you this one:
      https://ebikegeneration.com/collecti...c-bike?aff=139

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        #4
        I rode a friends rambo with the BBS02 and have a few thoughts

        The controller setup was *horrible* but we fixed that easily

        The front chain ring is too small to be able to pedal easily at much above 12-13mph (it topped not due to controller but max RPM's at ~19mph) but a new chain ring would address that.... however...

        The gear range on the IGH was very small so with different chain rings than the stock you'll either get reasonable low speed (useful for a hunting bike) or reasonable pedaling cruise speed and IMO the greatest weakness since it is not something readily addressable

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          #5
          Thank you so much guys! Really appreciate it

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