QuietKat Jeep E-Bike Review | Go (almost) anywhere on two wheels

QuietKat Jeep E-Bike Specs: Motor(s) - 1000/750-watt Ultra-Drive Battery - 14.5AH/48V | 696Wh | 12 lbs Range - 22-44 Miles Brakes - TEKTRO 4-Piston Hydraulic Disc Fork - 140mm QK Inverted Air-Suspension Suspension - 150mm RockShox Monarch RL Wheel/Tire - CST Roly Poly 26” x 4.8” Drivetrain - SRAM 1x9 Weight (without battery) - 69 lbs Load Capacity - 300 lbs Sizes - 15.5”, 17”, 19” Colors - Charcoal, Red The first time I got on the QuietKat Jeep E-Bike, a 1000-watt, full-suspension, fat tire behemoth I was skeptical, yet excited. In bold letters on the QuietKat website it is touted as “The Most-Capable E-Bike On The Planet” and it looks like it. With 150mm front suspension travel, almost 5-inch-wide fat tires and a frame that looks like it could be run over by a Wrangler and look no worse for wear, the Jeep E-Bike is an intimidating two-wheeled machine. The first thing I had to do with the bike once it arrived at my house was get it out of the box, a task that sounds easier than it was. With a weight of 69 pounds not including the battery, lifting the Jeep is definitely a two-man job, though as I proved it can be done by one stubborn person if you don’t mind risking the back pain. Putting the bike together was a relatively simple task, thanks to very descriptive videos on the QuietKat website and all of the tools to do so included with the bike. 45 minutes later I was covered in sweat and some grease, (okay, a lot of grease) but I had a functioning bike before me. For more visit https://www.autoblog.com/2022/08/31/jeep-ebike-review/ #jeep #jeepbike #jeepebike

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