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    3 Weeks Ago
    If she wins I swear I'm blowing my head off.
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    3 Weeks Ago
    Shakira was hot wasn't she? OK, not really. <iframe width="803" height="602" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/DUT5rEU6pqM" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    3 Weeks Ago
    Yes, they've gone way up in price. I got the first generation 750c for $1,900.00 through Amazon. I see the 2nd generation bikes are selling for $3,000-$3,500. QuietKat is probably the cadillac of ebikes and they are priced that way. If you really wanted to go cheap, the best thing to do would be to buy a decent used mountain bike and convert it into an ebike. I've seen the videos, and it isn't terribly hard. The hardest part is dealing with removing the pedals, it requires some special tools. If I had to do it again, I would probably go that route. I enjoy those kind of projects...........at least until I can't get something put together or figured out. Then I'd want to throw it off a cliff. I assume you're not really serious about getting one, just trying to feed a hunting related discussion, which I commend you for. May your tribe increase. :wink
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    3 Weeks Ago
    No, I look like an old man in camo riding a bike. I haven't had any 'cool' molecules within 50 yds of me since 1991.
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    3 Weeks Ago
    Yep, I got the Rambo. It is a mid drive with the motor below the pedal hub. The new models have flipped the motor up above the pedals which is a great idea. It gives you a bunch more ground clearance than what I deal with on the original model. I was worried that it wouldn't pull some of the steep logging roads but I've found it has done really well. On 90% of our inclines, (not sure what % incline but the ones that are noticeably steep when you're walking) the bike goes up fine on the highest power level. But on the really steep inclines (the ones where you really feel it walking) you have to pedal assist to keep it moving smoothly. But this is pedal assist and you really aren't working much at all. If you've ever ridden an ebike you know what I'm talking about. It's a strange feeling to be pedaling so easily without much effort when you're going up a very steep incline. 1st gear on 9 power is virtually effortless, you won't break a sweat doing it for a couple hundred yards. I put a luggage rack on the back to haul treestands and to hook my bike cart up to. Only thing I'm changing for this season is to add mole skin to the rack. This will make it quieter and eliminate the metal to metal contact with the stands. Like I said, game changer for me, I couldn't imagine hanging my stands without it now, it really makes my life easier that way.
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  • luv2bowhunt's Avatar
    3 Weeks Ago
    LOL You missed the part where I show my scouting pics and talk about my awesome bike. PS - No one besides you 4 are reading any of this bs.:-)
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  • luv2bowhunt's Avatar
    3 Weeks Ago
    This will be my third hunting season with the bike and I absolutely luv it. One of the best purchases I've made, mostly for the ability to get stands in and out 2 miles in without having a 3 day physical recovery period. Scouting trips are better too, I don't waste half my energy just getting in and out of remote places. I can be back in 1 1/2 miles in 7 or 8 minutes depending on the condition of the trail.
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