Rambo R1000XP Extreme Power Bike

Dec 21, 2017

Category: Rides

Slogging gear across rugged topography to choice hunting grounds can be a time consuming chore, and as most hunters know, seconds can be the difference between bagging a trophy or coming home with only tales. The crew at Rambo Bikes knows this plight all too well and have served up the R1000XP electric assisted fat tire bike to escort you deep into the backcountry.

From sand to snow and everything in between, the bulbous 4.8-inch tires are the prominent feature of the R100XP and anchor the bike to any surface. A generous 1000 watt motor is powered by a 48V 14.4Ah battery, delivering heaps of power and torque to this colossus. Outfitted with a throttle for pedal-less cruising, there is also 9 levels of pedal assistance, giving even the most out of shape riders the feel of Herculean strength. With a full line of accessories directed specifically to address the marksman’s needs, Rambo is entering into an exciting space of purpose built e-bikes.

Purchase: $4,995

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