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The "Apex" is the highest point. The summit. The top of the mountain. You can get there efficiently and in no time with the QuietKat Apex 1500 Electric Hunting Bike. QuietKat’s most popular Electric fat-tire Bike features an integrated battery, mid-drive motor system and top-level components. It's feature packed with QuietKat’s top-build kit, including an adjustable air-suspension, 4-Piston Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, and a wide-range 9-speed SRAM drivetrain. The Apex uses a 12mm thru-axle on the rear and sealed bearings in both front and rear hubs for maximum performance. Equivalent to 2 horsepower, the limited-edition motor offers a higher torque and greater power. Mid-drive motors take advantage of the gears in the rear, delivering even more power to the rear wheel to haul you up those steeps with less effort. And the air suspension provides a progressive suspension feel, giving you maximum traction and capability while traveling on the dirt road ahead.
It's not your father's mountain bike, but it should be.
For those who find they have a little more huff—and a lot more puff—especially while tackling steep ascents, this Bike's for you. In fact, you can ride the electric bike in 3 different ways: as a human-propelled bike without electric power, with full electric power using just the throttle, or in pedal-assist mode for an extra boost while climbing. Just use the +/– keys on the keypad to change your pedal-assist power level from 0 (lowest assist) to 5 (max. assist). It's a game-changer for anyone who finds it difficult to get around in the wilderness—especially older hunters and those with physical ailments or injuries.