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Month: September 2016

“hunter bikes for sale +all terrain electric scooter”

Scouting, and especially tending to game cameras used for scouting during the summer is a great use for a fat tire e-bike.  The video shows just how scent free you can remain riding one of these.  You could even do better by wearing gloves 🙂  Bikes can be surprisingly stealthy contraptions. One day a couple of years ago, I was riding back to my truck after a morning hunt. As I got within sight of the vehicle, I saw that my hunting buddy had made it back before me. Although I wasn’t trying to be especially quiet, I was able to ride right up behind him without him even knowing I was there. He nearly jumped out of his skin when I skidded to a stop! The 750 watts of power is supplied to the rear hub by either pedal assist (the bike senses torque applied to the pedals and gives 5 levels of assist), or simply by the throttle integrated into the right hand grip.  The throttle will give you full assist on demand at any time.  The bike easily gets up to 20mph.  It will be a welcome break not having to pedal with all sorts of cold weather hunting gear, a backpack, and a weapon. It only took me a day of biking to learn that ATV handlebar mounts don’t work well on bikes. Neither does...

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“fat tire motorized bike fishing bicycle”

Safariland Patrol Bike Safariland partnered with Kona to create the Patrol police bike. We thought its features would ideally http://huntnbike.com the hunter and had it custom-painted brown for better concealment. The basic bike features a Kona Racelight Aluminum 7005 frame, hydraulic disc brakes, RockShox front forks, Shimano 30-speed drivetrain, and a solid rear rack. Best of all, it sports 29-inch wheels for increased off-road capabilities over rough terrain and obstacles. Scouting, and especially tending to game cameras used for scouting during the summer is a great use for a fat tire e-bike.  The video shows just how scent free you can remain riding one of these.  You could even do better by wearing gloves 🙂  Marketed at bow and rifle hunters, the bike — called the CB4 — has a rack, big tires, and a camouflage frame (RealTree Xtra pattern). A tagline from the brand is: “We make gear for people looking to hunt, fish and forage in remote places.” Jim had one of his bikes at the Interlake Outdoor Expo last year as a demo and it included a killer matching BOB trailer, beefy enough to haul a weeks worth of gear. Unfortunately, the price tag is one that will make you want to sit back down.At $5,499, that only gets you the bike. I can imagine that you’d probably tack on quite a few more pesos if you...

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“hunting bicycle _hunting fat bike”

It might be practical for areas with a lot of old logging roads (like where I used to live in BC) but for single track trails in the Badlands it wouldn’t be any good, IMO.  You couldn’t go through tight places, sidehill without rolling it  or go anywhere that a regular pickup couldn’t go.    “I thought I’d give a fat tire snow bike a try,” Spreng explains. “It worked great on snow and ice, but it wasn’t fast enough for me. So, I put an electric motor on my snow bike. It was brilliant. Now I could go 15 to 20 miles per hour on snow-covered trails and roads while still getting a terrific workout. That’s really how Defiant Bicycles and the Big Easy model were born.” “As usual, I went with my mate Mike who took his quad with a trailer in, except this time I decided to go ahead on the Ubco to scope it out first. I knew the bike was pretty quiet, but I was still surprised when I literally bunted two sheep off the track right in front of me, they simply had no idea I was even there.” This review is for the Rambo R750 Power Bike. It may be the greatest thing to happen to bicycles, since the invention of the seat. It has become the favorite bike to ride by everyone in the family. It...

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“bicycle hunting trailer hunting bike”

After using a bike for this upcoming season, I should have a lot better feel for how these questions will be answered. At this point, I can see all kinds of applications for them in scouting, checking game cameras, plus getting to and from a treestand. The advantage of being able to get around much more quickly could be huge. The 3G Stepper is a cross between a bicycle and a StairMaster; it rides like a bicycle but is propelled by a vertical motion with your feet on two decks on either side of the frame. You stand up while riding, and your upper body gets as good a workout… Don't toss those those dead rechargeables out of your mobile phone, camcorder or camera—they can be recycled. In fact, they're toxic, the industry wants them back and is providing thousands of recycle bins in the U.S. and Canada to make… Here are two more advantages I see: One is the reduction in scent impact when travelling in my hunting area. My boots are not touching the ground, and I will be moving faster, leaving less signs of my intrusion that might alarm deer. Secondly, I ride a bike quite a bit on trails through wooded areas near my home, and I see that deer react much differently to a person on a bike than they do to a person...

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“fat tire bike for hunting -off road electric scooters for adults”

Without a battery, a motor is nothing more than a very expensive paperweight. QuietKat® decided to go with the ideal product, an 11.6 lithium ion battery by Panasonic Cell Chemistry. With high, consistent energy and a long life, it was a no brainer. But, it’s also able to perform in a large range of temperatures. This is a huge bonus to the FatKat, because not everyone lives where it’s 80º and sunny every day. They needed a battery capable of handling the heat and the cold, Panasonic Cell Chemistry fit the bill. Plus, an the empty battery can be completely recharged in under 6 hours with the included charger. I mentioned toe clips at the beginning. Toe clips are straps designed to provide more power pedaling uphill, allowing me to push forward and lift with one foot while the other is pushing down on each stroke. The key is to remember to pull the boot backward out of the clip before putting the foot down on the ground. It won’t come out sideways, and if you try, you’ll fall. Adding big pedals with serrations allow muddy boots to grab easily.  A modification to make getting in and out of the pedals easier is to leave the fabric strap that surrounds the boot off the toe clips.  You gain a good portion of the power but don’t have to worry...

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