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    LOL .... Another classic, I'd say ...

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    I couldn't find anything about the QuietCat Ranger 1000 until I stumbled on this gem, which is awesomely helpful for all the hunters not speaking english but wanting sweet riding in the wilderness that can't be compared to walking, especially with necessary gear and many yards/metres of chlllenging terrain. It is especially important that the the is chief among the features.

    If you like to pray over your deceased buck in an harsh and too wide open filed or just like to ride across flat land in a lickety split saving time and sweat these awesome bikes make for perfect. And if you must explore over hills and small mountains you will find much relief!

    https://ebikegeneration.com/blogs/ne...bikes-for-2019

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    Engrish is more hard
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swamp Fox View Post
    I couldn't find anything about the QuietCat Ranger 1000 until I stumbled on this gem, which is awesomely helpful for all the hunters not speaking english but wanting sweet riding in the wilderness that can't be compared to walking, especially with necessary gear and many yards/metres of chlllenging terrain. It is especially important that the the is chief among the features.

    If you like to pray over your deceased buck in an harsh and too wide open filed or just like to ride across flat land in a lickety split saving time and sweat these awesome bikes make for perfect. And if you must explore over hills and small mountains you will find much relief!

    https://ebikegeneration.com/blogs/ne...bikes-for-2019
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    It's not really free time ... Everyone should have a side gig or three these days ....

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    Got the bike, finally! Looks to be the ticket. Seems to drag my fat ass with only the motor at 20mph for as long as I want to sit.

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    Very cool, now the big question is, does the camo on the bike match your hunting clothes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecat View Post
    Very cool, now the big question is, does the camo on the bike match your hunting clothes?
    I've never really been a matched camo guy. I wear what's in the bin, wash it and wear it again. Deer don't care
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    Jon, you know me better than that! I was joking.

    Will that thing go up hills?
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    It's impressive how far battery technology has come (and will be even more so before long). Is that your phone mounted on the handlebars, or something else?

    ETA: Never mind. I went back to your previous post and saw that the package you went with includes a GPS mount, which is what I'm now assuming that is.

    ETA2: Never mind my previous never mind. After checking out the company's website I now see that it's not a GPS unit, but a bike information display (odometer, speedometer, battery charge level, etc.)
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