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How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike

Posted By: PineDoggin

How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 10:48 AM

I can see the benefit of having one for my area that I hunt and trap. There are so many brands out now, and the price is endless. I see some have motors on both front and back wheels. A few buddies have them for around here.Does anyone use one in mountainous terrain. Would like to hear anyone's experiences with theirs.
Posted By: Twisted metal

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 11:42 AM

I have a Rambo 1000Xp and love it. They definitely have a lot of benefits but the price tag is steep. I and currently looking at the Rungu dullie but not sure if I will upgrade this winter or not. 4 year battery life is what I got, new battery is $800. I would not be without one after having one since 2018
Posted By: Gary Benson

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 11:56 AM

Electrik bikes are the RAV now. They are everywhere. I think they start around $12-1300. Walking is better exercise but I will probly have one some day.
Posted By: PineDoggin

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 02:41 PM

Originally Posted by Twisted metal
I have a Rambo 1000Xp and love it. They definitely have a lot of benefits but the price tag is steep. I and currently looking at the Rungu dullie but not sure if I will upgrade this winter or not. 4 year battery life is what I got, new battery is $800. I would not be without one after having one since 2018

Yeah my buddies have the 750 rambo they only wish theirs had suspension.
Posted By: BernieB.

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 06:06 PM

You can pay anywhere from $1500 or so for a decent one or go for the Cadillac models with suspension, high quality motors and a really good battery for $5,000.

Here's a couple videos: I started with the Quiet Kat but shelled out the nylon gears pulling a buck on a trailer up a steep hill so I went with the Bakcou with brass gears wow what a bike it is.



Posted By: PineDoggin

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 09:43 PM

Thanks for the link Bernie, didn't know about the plastic in some motors.
Posted By: Mark June

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 10:03 PM

Daggumit BB.
I do not need another "toy," brother!
Please stop.
I beg you.

Blessings,
Mark
Posted By: PineDoggin

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 10:11 PM

Originally Posted by Mark June
Daggumit BB.
I do not need another "toy," brother!
Please stop.
I beg you.

Blessings,
Mark

Get one of those game trailers and off you go Mark!!
Posted By: Mark June

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 10:13 PM

Price of lure has to go up!!!!
Not from ingredient cost mind you.
No, the manufacturer has a serious vice..... trapping toys shocked
Posted By: BernieB.

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 10:24 PM

Originally Posted by Mark June
Daggumit BB.
I do not need another "toy," brother!
Please stop.
I beg you.

Blessings,
Mark


Everything in Texas is trying to poke, cut or stab you. You'll need to put some green slime in the tires as soon as you get one. Not kidding.
Posted By: RustyShacklefrd

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/08/21 11:13 PM

Unfortunately Around here they are called fat buggy’s and frequent drive throughs at coffee shops and meth clinics.
Only to be operated by 400# plus middle aged women
Posted By: run

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/09/21 01:31 PM

There's a dealer in Rich Creek, Virginia that sells Bernie's brand of bike.
Posted By: gcs

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/09/21 01:47 PM

Just saw one the other day, owner uses it on trails to get farther back in the woods, and to run the outer beach 6 miles to the inlet to surf fish. Claims it runs in the sand good with the tires partially deflated, but uses up more battery power, claimed on roads it will go 60 miles on a charge...interesting concept.
Posted By: Mark June

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/09/21 11:45 PM

Originally Posted by RustyShacklefrd
Unfortunately Around here they are called fat buggy’s and frequent drive throughs at coffee shops and meth clinics.
Only to be operated by 400# plus middle aged women


Tell me. Slime doesn't even do the deal in the Valley, where I run Spartan 12 ply PLUS slime.
Brutal. Kevlar tires (which are 6 ply) die too quick I've found out.

A man is only a good as his tires here Bernie.

Blessings,
Mark
Posted By: Giant Sage

Re: How many Trap and hunt from a Electric bike - 11/10/21 05:00 AM

probably has more power than my Geo.
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