New QuietKat Fat Tire RidgeRunner and 2-Wheel Trailer

When exploring the backcountry, hunters should consider QuietKat’s new Fat Tire RidgeRunner electric mountain bike matched with the company’s new 2-Wheel Trailer.

New QuietKat Fat Tire RidgeRunner and 2-Wheel Trailer

The QuietKat RidgeRunner hit the outdoor market in 2018, and hunters immediately saw the benefit of an electric mountain bike. Not having to mess with smelly gasoline, hunters could remain odor-free and enter the woods in silence. They appreciated the bike’s efficient electric batteries and motors, as well as its full suspension.

Building on the success of the original RidgeRunner, QuietKat has introduced the new Fat Tire RidgeRunner. This model features an advanced fire-link, 4-bar suspension platform, 26x4.5-inch tires, 5.9 inches of suspension travel, a wide-range 9-speed drivetrain and a 1,000- or 750-watt motor.

QuietKat Fat Tire RidgeRunner
QuietKat Fat Tire RidgeRunner

The new Fat Tire RidgeRunner is built for rugged terrain. In addition, it is compatible with the new QuietKat 2-Wheel Trailer so you can haul out your harvest.

QuietKat 2-Wheel Trailer

QuietKat’s new 2-wheel Trailer is designed to carry heavy and awkward loads — such as a field-dressed whitetail — with your electric mountain bike. Because of its two-wheel design, the trailer is stable and easy to load, while the secure connection to the electric bike keeps things in place when traveling over rough terrain.

QuietKat 2-Wheel Trailer
QuietKat 2-Wheel Trailer

The 2-Wheel Trailer features a three-way adjustable rack system that can be laid flat or angled to secure your load properly. It’s also great for hauling other items such as food plot seed, treestands, ground blinds, and even firewood. The trailer attaches to any QuietKat Fat Tire Bike, and any other electric bike with a 3/8-inch threaded rear axle.

For more information, visit www.quietkat.com.

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