QuietKat All-Terrain E-Bike Article

First and foremost, when we say "all-terrain electric bicycle," we mean it. The entire QuietKat e-bike lineup is specifically designed to do everything that any other fat tire electric mountain bike can do: climb rooted trails, roll over boulders, and rally over snow. But we've taken our bikes a step further, taking into account the exacting needs of hunters when they're out tagging elk miles from home.

So, when you think about an all-terrain electric bicycle designed to thrive in the harshest conditions a hunter can find, you know it can handle whatever terrain you want to tackle.

Riding Your E-Bike on Trail Systems

The good news is that electric mountain bikes are becoming more common, and chances are you can walk into that same local shop and get assistance planning an e-bike ride that will blow your socks off. Furthermore, if you live near a national park (or plan to visit one), all e-bikes are permitted in all national parks as of September 2019. Awesome.

Traditional mountain bike trail systems are designed to accommodate traditional mountain bikes. Is it still fun to ride an e-bike around? In a nutshell, yes. QuietKat e-bikes, like performance mountain bikes, have bomber front suspension to smooth out breaker bumps and hydraulic disc brakes for excellent control on the steeps. What makes an e-bike ride even better is the lithium ion battery and rear hub motor, which allow you to lap your favorite trail segment over and over again with ease.

Can You Hunt with an E-Bike?

Even for the most seasoned and staunchly traditional hunters—those who have been wearing their grandfather's old threadbare wool hat for years—fat tire electric bikes are becoming an essential piece of hunting equipment.

Skim 5 Benefits of an Electric Hunting Bike for a complete list of why hunting with an e-bike is simply better. In a nutshell, it's altering everything we know about hunting, from off-season scouting to covert access to hunting grounds to packing out a kill. Consider the difference it makes to replace your old truck or four wheeler with an e-bike: not only will you drastically reduce your scent profile, but you'll also make significantly less noise and avoid having to pack out a six pointer quarter by quarter.

E-bikes with fat tires improve your hunting experience in extremely efficient and cost-effective ways. You can also personalize your hunting setup with a variety of QuietKat hunting accessories.

Taking Your E-Bike on the Town

Simply put, if your high-powered electric mountain bike can make navigating a rooted path, talus field, or grassy meadow feel effortless, it will serve you well on pavement. Although pedal-assist commuter bikes perform better within city limits and have a slightly longer battery life, you won't be able to drop off a curb, cross train tracks with ease, or navigate a gravel parking lot on a commuter bike.

Enhance Your Outdoor Experiences With The Most Powerful E-MTB
The QuietKat Ibex Full Suspension Electric Hunting E-Bike is the most sure-footed animal in high-alpine terrain. Capable of scaling the steepest mountains and maintaining footing at high speeds. The Ibex is a strong climber who prefers habitats in rocky areas, along snow lines, and above alpine forests. The all-new QuietKat Ibex earned its moniker by trekking over the highest peaks and most difficult terrain. The QuietKat Ibex is designed for life above the tree line, with 4.8" CST tires and an upgraded Fire-Link 4-Bar suspension in the rear, giving you 130mm of travel to command rocky and rugged terrain.

Fun on Your E-Bike When the Snow Flies

Those oversized tires aren't just for show. The wider tire makes more surface contact with the ground, resulting in a noticeable increase in traction on any surface, but especially on snow. Many people in the United States have noticed an increase in the popularity of fat tire electric bikes and have designated specific snow-covered trails as adventurous wintery bike paths. There are numerous cold-weather getaway destinations ideal for a bike-centric excursion, ranging from Wintergreen Gorge in Pennsylvania to Squilchuck State Park in Washington, and many places in between.

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