When electric mountain bikes first hit the market, 53-year-old whitetail deer hunter, Pat Lefemine, was skeptical. After his experience with QuietKat Zion 750, that skepticism didn’t take very long to fade. This e-bike’s unique features make it both versatile and powerful. An avid hunter and large property owner, Pat found that the Zion 750 met all of his wants and needs. Originally questioning whether a fat-tire hunting bike was suitable for a 53-year-old whitetail hunter Pat says, “Not only has that question been answered, but I would be hard-pressed to find a reason for hunters not to own one.”
Pat says the setup of the Zion 750 couldn’t be easier. He received all the parts for his electric mountain bike in just one box. Instructions were clear and he needed only three tools to set up the entire bike in under 30 minutes. Pat was pleasantly surprised that his battery had a 50% charge after setup. Just enough for him to take his first ride.
Ultimate climbing capabilities
The Zion 750 climbs the steepest of hills seamlessly. Pat’s 312-acre hunting property has a hilly trail with an incline of over 30 degrees. For most other e-bikes this would be an obstacle. Pat thought for sure he’d have to walk the bike up the hill, but using the Zion 750 pedal assist, he raced up the steep hill with almost no effort.
Zion 750 traverses off-road terrain easily
Pat’s property covers a wide variety of terrains, and so far the Zion 750 has crossed them all. “I tested this bike in mud, sand, and gravel, and it traversed them easily.” The Zion 750 features an 8-gear Shimano shifter, mechanical brakes, and top speed of 19mph that make it optimal for off-terrain rides.
Long battery life
The Zion 750 has maximum battery life to travel 20 miles on full charge. Pat’s full day ride got him 18 miles with 30% battery remaining. The Zion 750’s long battery life lets you go farther and explore more. Learn more about the Zion 750 and read Pat’s entire review here.