Journey deeper into the woods, explore more hunting ground in less time, and take on the challenge of advanced terrain with a QuietKat® Predator 750 Electric Mountain Bike. The Predator 750w e-bike features hydraulic disc brakes for optimal stopping power in steep-terrain, a GT air shock for smoother riding and 9-speed wide-range gearing. To put it simply, this is the bike you want for smooth, safe, powerful travel across demanding trails and environments. Whether you need to haul 300 lbs. of gear to your favorite campsite, or get out to your hunting spot before sunrise, the QuietKat Predator 750 will get you there.
Go further. Get there faster.
With QuietKat, you can reach your stand, scout new areas and check your game cams in half the time. And your access to the deep woods is less disruptive to the surrounding environment. QuietKat bikes use a premium-grade lithium-ion battery pack that leaves no scent trail, and is as quiet as a field mouse. Get up to 23 miles in the motorized mode on a single battery charge. Buy an additional battery, and you can double that mileage. That means over 40 miles of quick, quiet travel, without ever having to pedal.
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 QuietKat 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). This makes it a game changer for anyone for whom trekking in the woods presents particular challenges, especially older hunters and those with physical ailments or injuries.
NOTE: It is your responsibility to know and obey all laws, rules and/or regulations regarding the use of electric-assisted bicycles.
For optimal comfort, safety and fit, riders measuring 5'10" and above should choose a 19" frame; riders measuring 5'9" and below should choose a 17" frame.