ebike hunting images or footage?
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Contributors to this thread:
eBike John 21-Nov-22
Twinetickler 21-Nov-22
Twinetickler 21-Nov-22
eBike John 22-Nov-22
Knifeman 22-Nov-22
Knifeman 22-Nov-22
Grey Ghost 22-Nov-22
c3 22-Nov-22
Bake 22-Nov-22
Bake 22-Nov-22
Elite GSP 22-Nov-22
triple h 22-Nov-22
Knifeman 22-Nov-22
Twinetickler 22-Nov-22
Jaquomo 23-Nov-22
triple h 23-Nov-22
From: eBike John
21-Nov-22
Folks, if any of you ebike riders get some nice pics or even better, some video of you hunting on your ebikes, pls do share. genuine real world use cases make for great imagery.

Stay safe out there

From: Twinetickler
21-Nov-22

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Here are a couple

From: Twinetickler
21-Nov-22

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From: eBike John
22-Nov-22
Nice, you've been busy!

From: Knifeman
22-Nov-22

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From: Knifeman
22-Nov-22

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From: Grey Ghost
22-Nov-22

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From: c3
22-Nov-22

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Oh my have I ever been hiking and biking my bow all over the place this year. Not much help for me, but they've been good for my buddy Ken this year !!!

Cheers, Pete

From: Bake
22-Nov-22

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Testing a way to get my daughter into and out of turkey blinds and deer stands. Maybe not a recommended use :)

From: Bake
22-Nov-22

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Hanging stands in the dark

From: Elite GSP
22-Nov-22

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Had to quit putting it under my stand. Deer are too attracted to it.

From: triple h
22-Nov-22
Can you tell me what model you like best and the range per charge? Also approximate cost for the bike. I assume these are charged with 110 or 220, what do you use in the field to charge them? thanks

From: Knifeman
22-Nov-22
They charge on 110 just fine. There is no solar charger I believe that can handle charging in the field. It is the weak link to having one if your hunting camp has no power like mine. Plus spare batteries are really expensive, and I cant get one even if I wanted as the bike model is no longer made. Kind of a drag.

From: Twinetickler
22-Nov-22
John can hook you up with about as good of deal as you can get. Bikes in all price ranges. Get the biggest batteries and get two of them if you can. We just run an extension cord off a generator and charge them up back at camp at night. Lots of uses for them.

From: Jaquomo
23-Nov-22
+1 twinetickler. Ebike John had been great to work with. As far as range, there is really no way to say because so much depends on how much you pedal, how much is uphill, and what levels of assist you use. We live in the mountains and ride a lot, uphill and downhill. With the 17 ah battery we get more than 30 miles on a charge, no problem. I use a little Honda "lunchbox" 1000W generator to charge it at my base camp. Ebikes are great tools.

From: triple h
23-Nov-22
thanks for the reply. I live in Colorado and will be looking at buying one or two.

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