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Now’s your chance to win one of the coolest outdoor tools you’ve always needed, and probably never realized it.

QuietKat is an advanced Low-Speed Electric Vehicle (LSEV) company who manufacturers electric fat-tire mountain bikes and all-terrain e-trikes.

Enter to Win a QuietKat Electric Bike
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The QuietKat line of heavy-duty products is built for better access to the “Great Outdoors,” and geared towards those who want non-obtrusive access to the backwoods for hunting, fishing, and camping. QuietKat vehicles enable people to access the wilderness in a fast, fun and sustainable way.  

QuietKat is giving one away and there are many ways to enter.  To throw your name in the hat, go here.

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21 COMMENTS

    • “So, assuming i win, which i will, what is a good holster for bicycle carry.”

      Leather scabbard on the front fork with a ‘Shockwave’ non-NFA short scatter-gun in it.

      Of course!

  1. To Person that wrote the article. Be careful with “Wilderness” reference. Designated Wilderness areas are off limits to wheeled vehicles/conveyance. No bikes, red wagons, deer carriers etc. Special permission is needed even to do a helicopter rescue/medivac.

  2. Cool a coal powered bicycle. What next a sail? Not even a scabbard for a nerf rifle.

    How much of the thing comes from chicomland?

    • “Not even a scabbard for a nerf rifle.”

      Keep the Nerf, stick a Mossy ‘Shockwave’ in there and call it a day…

  3. I have a fat-tired e-bike, and love it! I get as good of a workout, maybe better, than with my standard Trek – but I can go ten times as far. I live near a state forest with all sorts of gated roads that are off-limits to gas or diesel, but fine for bicycles. There some decent fishing and potential hunting out there, too.

    For packing while riding, I wear my Alaska Guide chest holster with a TRP Operator Long Slide 10mm. The forest where my wife and I typically ride is maybe 10 miles from where a cougar recently killed a bike rider – so it’s worthwhile to carry for certain.

    • Any brand recommendation? I’m totally in the market; hiking back to my stands is disruptive, and some of these hills are brutal, sweat-inducing even on the coldest mornings. It seems to me gliding back there (and up some of those brutal hills) seems a viable alternative but I don’t want to make the wrong decision here.

  4. With a top speed of 16 mph that’s still 3x the rate a person jogs. I don’t commute anymore since my new job is so close to home, still at 16 mph, I’ll be there in two minutes…………

  5. This would be a terrific aid to my spot and stalk type of hunting as well as getting to my fixed stands and blinds on my property.

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