Cogburn CB4 Realtree Hunting Bike

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Next time you head out on a hunting trip, try not scaring away all the animals with that noisy ATV. Now you can blend in with the surrounding area, all while remaining nearly silent thanks to the Cogburn CB4 Realtree Hunting Bike.

Designed specifically for bow and rifle hunters, this all-terrain bike has been equipped with rugged 3.8″ tires sourced from Surly along with an aluminum crafted, camouflage colored frame that will ensure no one sees you coming. The bike also features heavy duty front and rear disc brakes, but the real selling point here is the scabbard out back, which is perfect for holding your bow, rifle, or even fishing rod if you plan on hitting the lake. The bike is currently available with a retail price of $2,200. [Purchase]

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