Rangler

$3,595.00

(1 customer review)

Mid Drive, step through, all terrain adventures ebike

 

  • New 45km/hr Assist (can be set to 35km.hr or other)
  • Motor: Bafang 300W Mid Motor (Maximum output for New Zealand roads)
  • Battery: 13Ah SAMSUNG with Battery Management System (BMS)
  • Optional:– 15.4AH SAMSUNG (BMS) and 17AH PANASONIC (BMS)
  • Alloy 6061 Frame size: M
  • Tyres: Maxxis Ardent 27.5 x 2.25”
  • 27.5” Wheels
  • Suntour XCR 32, 100mm – Adjustable Preload and lockout
  • Promax Adjustable stem
  • Kalloy suspension seat
  • Integrated Torque Sensor
  • Brakes: Tektro Hydraulic Disc Brakes, 180mm rotors.
  • Levers: Tektro
  • Shimano Deore 10 speed
  • Shimano Chain
  • Selle Royal Saddle
  • Front and Rear integrated LED lights with Brake light
  • Optional: Rear Saddle LED tail light
  • Carrier, kick stand and MTB Mud Guards included
  • All Stainless steel fixtures
  • Weight: 24kgs with 13Ah Battery (21kgs without battery)
  • Max load Weight: 130kgs

 

The Hikobike Rangler electric bike is a fast commuter bike for weekdays, and also designed for extended bike trail rides on the weekends. Ideal for long rail trail rides.

This ebike has large 27.5”wheels with MAXXIS Ardent 2.25”tires, hydraulic brakes and XCR 32mm, 100mm Shock, which makes this electric bike able to withstand fast riding and soak up the bumps in and out of the city. A great ebike for all round use.

Available in grey, red and yellow.

1 review for Rangler

  1. Graham Carter

    I am 76 and have had a Hikobike Rangler for a few years, done around 5000 Kilometers on it. I have fairly severe arthritis and the electric power helps me keep up with cycling friends when I need it. On the flats I turn the power off.

    It is a great bike, I ride in parks, trails and forests with off road tyres and carry all the gear I want, clothing, tools and spares in the waterproof panniers. I even towed a friend who’s chain broke for 10 kilometres to the nearest railway station using a piece of rope we found on the side of the road near Papakura.

    I chose the larger battery and the longest ride I have done in one hit was 115 kilometres, part of the Hauraki Rail Trail. Hit some fierce head winds there and the power saved me.

    It is a good looking bike you and I have lots of people so and ask me about it. Centre drive and torque sensing is the way to go.

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