Jeep e-Bike Powered by QuietKat
RidgeRunner Jeep edition shares its DNA with the legendary Trail Rated brand.
EAGLE, CO (July XX, 2020) – The much talked about Jeep® e-Bike powered by QuietKat has made its official debut and will begin arriving at retailers across the US. The Jeep e-Bike features QuietKat’s respected engineering and technology paired with Jeep’s rugged off-road legacy. The end result is the most capable mountain bike in existence. The Jeep e-Bike will be available at select Jeep and QuietKat dealers in the U.S. with a starting MSRP of $5,899.00.
Powered by a 750W electric motor, which delivers 160nm of torque through a pedal-assist or thumb throttle, the Jeep e-Bike is powerful enough to take riders deep into the backcountry. The Jeep e-Bike is built on a fat-tire platform with 4.8” tires and features a true four-bar linkage as part of its 120mm Fire-Link™ suspension system paired with a 150mm inverted fork providing unmatched capability, traction and control over the roughest terrain. A wide-range drivetrain delivers all the torque you need to climb the steepest hills and reach speeds up to 20MPH. Slowing down the Jeep E-Bike in even the most technical situations is easy with the help of Tektro four-piston hydraulic disc brakes paired with 203mm rotors.
“The Jeep e-Bike has set the bar for performance and capability in the mountain bike category,” said Justin Roach, president of QuietKat. “Partnering with a renowned brand like Jeep has allowed us to create an incredible e-Bike for people who are looking for an adventure. The Jeep e-Bike will give Jeep owners, overland enthusiasts and thrill-seekers the ability to go further off the grid than ever before.”
The Jeep e-Bike is compatible with QuietKat’s full range of accessories, which include trailers, racks, bags, lights and more allowing owners to customize their Jeep e-Bike according to specific interests and hobbies like hunting, fishing camping and exploring the great outdoors. Available in a 17” (Medium) and 19” (Large) frames, the Jeep e-Bike will accommodate a variety of riders. The Jeep e-Bike will ship as a Class 2 Electric bicycle and can also be easily converted to a Class 1 to comply with trail regulations.
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