Jogging through the woods with twenty pounds of hunting gear is no fun, and it’s even more difficult if you get lucky (or unlucky in this case) with a hundred pounds of deer that you need to haul back to camp all by your lonesome.

However, it doesn’t have to be that way if you’ve got an electric hunting bike at your behest. With this mighty steed (that feeds on batteries), you can cover more distance, carry more equipment, stay out longer and check back with your trail cams, all in an efficient, safe, and quiet manner.

So if you’re looking for the best hunting ebike to suit your needs, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve got a list of the top ten electric hunting bikes below with all the specs and use-cases you would need to consider.

Quick Electric Bikes Recommendations for Hunting

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Best Electric Bike for Hunting Bakcou MULE ELITE Check Price
Best three-wheeler electric hunting bike Rungu RUGGED Check Price
Best electric Hunting bike with hub-drive motor QuietKat Ranger E-Bike Check Price
Best electric hunting bikes for riders on a budget Rad 6 Plus Electric Check Price
Best Mid-Range electric hunting bike Rambo THE ROAMER Check Price
Highest Weight Limit and Trailer Integration QuietKat Apex E-Bike Check Price
Best Range Addmotor Wildtan M-5600 Mid-Drive E-Bike Check Price
Best for Short Riders Revibikes Predator Check Price
Best Mid-Range Alternative Surface 604 Boar Hunter Check Price

Best Electric Bikes for Hunting Reviews

If money isn't an issue, the Backou Mule Elite is the best electric bike you should consider. It's got the high torque Ultra mid-drive motor that s perfect for rolling on rough terrain with all your equipment in tow. Ideal for hunting and hauling game.

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  • Motor: Ultra-mid drive
  • Range: 40miles
  • Wattage: 750W/1000W
  • Top Speed: 20mph
  • Load Capacity: 300lbs
  • Battery: 48V/14.5Ah

The Backcountry mule elite is a versatile and efficient beast. It’s one of the best electric hunting bikes on the market and has been selling like hotcakes.

Appearance-wise, it doesn’t stand out in any special way. However, it is fully decked out, with everything you might expect from a high-end hunting bike. For starters, the frame is built from an aluminum alloy material that can easily resist impacts and harsh weather conditions.

The 18-inch frame is designed for riders with a minimum height of 5’9″ i.e., for people who can actually hunt (just kidding). Nonetheless, there is a step-through variant of this hunting ebike with the crossbar lowered for shorter riders. So make sure you check this before purchasing.

Other than that, there is a rear rack (for setting up pannier backpacks), front light, fenders, and 4-inch wide Maxxis Minion tires with Teflon liners for extra protection when weathering the rugged terrain.

Apart from the cool looks and sturdy components, the ultra mid-drive motors (with 1000W continuous power and 1500W peak output) will allow you to ride around with 300lbs of cargo (including yourself) at 20 miles per hour on harsh backcountry terrain, even when you’re going off the beaten path.

However, don’t worry about the high-end motor draining your battery life because with 14.5Ah on a 48V battery setup, you will be fine for a maximum range of 40 miles. However, if you prefer more juice, you can always go for the 21Ah upgrade that will give the Mule Elite hunting ebike a little more “oomph” to cover another dozen miles or so.

Also, the torque sensor in this hunting bike makes switching between gears and pedaling on flat terrain so much easier. There’s a significant improvement over the usual cadence sensors found in many hub-drive electric bikes.

What We Like
Different Eco and Sport Modes
Walk-assist feature
Ultra-mid drive motor with torque sensors
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More expensive
The 14.5Ah battery drains faster than other hunting bikes
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The Rungu Dualie is a unique animal: it's got two front wheels with no kickstand, and despite being a bit bulkier, this beast can handle the backcountry with ease. Built to prevent slipping and front-wheel washouts, the Rungu dualie is the best at handling extreme off-road territory, whether it's 9 inches of sand, snow, or mud.

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  • Motor: Bafang Mid-Drive
  • Range: 37 miles
  • Wattage: 1120W
  • Top speed: 23 mph
  • Load capacity: 332lb with 300lb towing capacity
  • Battery: 2x52V 18Ah batteries (36Ah total)

The 2022 Rungu dualie rugged is an absolute unit. Built with two front wheels, each having its own separate suspension system, you won’t have to worry about front-wheel washouts ever again.

The 14.5-inch frame is built out from corrosion-resistant aircraft aluminum alloy material, it’s strong enough to carry around 332lbs of cargo on its back. The new “crunch-free” cross-bar design gives it a standover height of 26.5-inches, making sure that anybody with an average height can easily climb onto it.

The Maxxis Minion 4.8-inch fat tires are great to ride with, and they allow you to ride through steep hills (which have a maximum of 50% climbing gradient), 9-inches of soft sand or snow without ever putting your foot down. Also, this hunting e-bike doesn’t need a kickstand as it can balance itself on its own.

There are several variants to choose from: standard, rugged, XR, and XR Rubicon (Yes, named after the famous Rubicon trail). All these models include the same 1120W Bafang Mid-Drive motor and they are great at riding through rough terrain with hundreds of pounds of cargo and towing an extra 300lbs using haul trailers. (Thanks to its 2-inch ball hitch and 242ft-lbs of torque.)

In the standard variant, there is a 52V 15Ah battery for 37 miles of range. These battery capacities vary with the models where the rugged variant has 18Ah, and the XR models all come with dual battery configurations, doubling the maximum capacity to 36Ah.

What We Like
No front-wheel slips or washouts
300lbs of towing capacity
Great for riding around in deep sand or snow
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Very expensive than its single-front wheel counterparts
15Ah battery drains much faster
Weighing 86lbs, it is significantly heavier
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If you're looking for a high-end hunting bike that doesn't have a mid-drive motor, the QuietKat ranger with its rear hub drive motor is a viable alternative. It's got 325 pounds of weight capacity and a 1000W hub drive motor. Considering these specs, I'd say that's good enough to keep you going through the woods even while hauling spoils from a successful hunt.

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  • Motor: Hub-drive
  • Range: Approx 19.38 miles
  • Wattage: 1000W/750W
  • Top speed: 20 mph
  • Load capacity: 325lbs
  • Battery: 48V 12.8Ah

At a glance, there’s nothing too crazy about Quietkat bikes. They are all solid electric bikes that can handle rough terrain with ease and this Fat tire Ranger E-bike is no exception.

There are three sizes for the Quietkat ranger hunting bikes: small, medium, and large where the small model has a 26-inch standing height while the medium and large models have a 27-inch; hence, there’s not a lot of difference but it is recommended that riders with a height of 5’6″-6′ stick to the medium size.

Also, the smaller model uses 4-inch wide Kenda Juggernaut tires with a 24-inch diameter while the medium and larger models use 4.5-inch wide tires with a 26-inch diameter. Regardless of the size, any of these electric hunting bikes can handle rough terrain without any major issues.

The 1000W (or 750W) rear hub motors may be a factor that you need to seriously reconsider before committing to this hunting e-bike. This bike may be more affordable than other high-end devices that utilize mid-drive motors but it won’t be very easy to ride, especially in rough terrains where you might need more power to push yourself (and your trailer) up steep hills.

That being said, what’s great about hub motors is that you can still drive them if the chain breaks. (Although it’s very unlikely that a hardened steel chain would snap)

The 48V 12.8Ah battery is enough to keep you going for a maximum of 20 miles at a top speed of 20mph without pedaling. There are five riding modes and these include full-throttle, pedal assistance, and walk-assist.

The battery takes 6-8 hours to fully recharge using the 150W solar panel (purchased separately) or normal charger. However, you can cut that time in half using Quietkat’s Pathfinder rapid charger. (That has a maximum current draw of 4 Amps.) Also, you can always carry a spare battery pack.

What We Like
Decent Mid-ranger price
Dedicated size variant for shorter riders
Support for various trailers and panniers
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The Rear Hub motor isn't the best for an off-road experience
12.8Ah battery with a 20-mile range is a bit low
Comes with only one Camo paint job
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If money is an issue, but you still want to go hunting with boys, the Radrover 6 Plus is the best option. It's a solid all-rounder with extensive speed settings, a dual disk braking system, and an RST Spring fork front suspension with 60mm of travel. The Radrover 6 is one of the best e-bikes you can get for when you can ride comfortably to the office after a long weekend in the woods.

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  • Motor: Rear Hub Motor
  • Range: 45 miles maximum
  • Wattage: 750W
  • Top Speed: 20mph
  • Load Capacity: 275lb
  • Battery: 48V, 589Wh-672Wh (approx 14Ah)

The Radrover 6 plus is a very affordable alternative compared to the typical hunting e-bike. However, that doesn’t mean it can’t tackle the great outdoors, it can, but you won’t get the most effortless experience.

At a glance, the Radrover 6 plus looks like any fat tire hunting e-bike. It’s got decent RTS spring fork suspension with 60mm of travel, hydraulic disc brakes, a decently-sized front, and rear fenders.

These Radrover 6 plus electric bikes come in two variants: the high-step and the step-through. Both models have a 17-inch frame, with the step-through model getting rid of the crossbar, making it easier for shorter people.

Speaking of which, the standover height of this e-bike is 30.5-inches. Therefore, anybody with a height of 5’4″-6’2″ can easily ride this.

In terms of power, the 750W (peak power) hub motor (located on the rear wheel) isn’t the best for off-road. However, you can have a productive and enjoyable hunting experience if you use it safely without pushing it too hard on steeper terrain.

The Radrover 6 plus isn’t necessarily an electric hunting bike. Instead, it’s meant to be more of a fat tire alternative to most mountain bikes.

The load capacity of this ebike is up to 275lbs which is why this ebike is also one of our recommended ebike for heavy riders.

The top speed of this bike is 20mph. Although, the 45-mile range and 672Wh battery are great for going further than you’ve ever gone before.

What We Like
Very attractive price tag
Decent mileage
4-inch wide tires with k-shield puncture resistant liners
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Geared hub motor with cadence sensor
275lbs maximum load capacity
Doesn't come with camo colors
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An Ultra-Mid drive is great and all, but if you are looking for the best value for money, the Rambo Roamer is a great hunting bike. It doesn't go overboard with the specs but it has enough for a comfortable ride when you're dashing through the woods with a giant turkey on the rear rack.

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  • Motor: Mid-drive
  • Range: 35 miles
  • Wattage 750W
  • Top Speed: 19mph
  • Load Capacity: 300lbs
  • Battery 48V/14Ah

The Rambo roamer is a solid mid-range electric bike. It’s got all the building blocks of a great hunting bike that can handle rugged terrain with ease, all while carrying you, your hunting equipment and that turkey you managed to bag along the way.

This electric hunting bike doesn’t have a lot of color options. Nonetheless, the TrueTimber Viper Woodland Camo looks great and will help you fit right in when you’re riding around in the woods.

The hunting bike doesn’t come with a lot of accessories included in the box. Therefore, you might need to purchase accessories such as the fenders, rear rack, front light, and pannier bags separately.

This bad boy has Logan HD-E500 2 Piston Hydraulic disc brakes 180mm on both the front and rear wheel along with with a GT Mark front fork suspension. The aluminum alloy frame is a 19-inch size with a standover height of 29-inches; hence, anybody who’s over 5’6″ can ride this electric hunting bike, very easily.

The Mid-drive motor is great at delivering 88ft-lbs (120Nm) of torque. Although you won’t be able to pull a trailer with this motor, you can still carry 300lbs of equipment on this electric hunting bike.

The bike’s range is 35 miles thanks to a 48V 14Ah battery, it’s not the largest battery out there but considering the 750W maximum power output, this will do just fine for hill climbing. (As long as you don’t try to tackle 50% gradients with 300lbs of cargo.)

What We Like
Decent price tag
Decent 35-mile range
TrueTimber Viper Woodland Camo
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Lacks walk-assist mode
Not powerful enough for trailers
Most (essential) accessories need to be purchased separately
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Many brands consider their own hunting e-bikes as having the highest weight limit and towing power. However, none of them comes close to the QuietKat Apex, with its support for 300lbs of towing capacity and 325lbs of the weight limit on the e-bike itself. Apart from that, there's a ton of support for various accessories including pannier bags, racks, solar panels, and even a shock-absorbing seat post.

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  • Motor: Mid-Drive
  • Range: 48 miles
  • Wattage: 1000W/750W
  • Top Speed: 20 mph
  • Load Capacity: 325lbs with support for a trailer
  • Battery: 48V/16Ah

The Quietkat Apex is designed to do the heavy lifting. This electric hunting bike comes in three sizes: small, medium, and large, where the medium option is ideal for hunters who are 5’6″-6′ tall. (26-inch standover height for the small size while 27-inch for the medium and large).

This electric bike has a custom inverted front fork suspension with a 150mm travel distance along with a 4-piston Tektro hydraulic brake system and a 9-speed SRAM drivetrain.

It has a pannier rack built into the frame itself; hence, you don’t need to purchase them separately. However, you will have to purchase other accessories such as the trailer, tire liners, and fenders separately.

This electric bike has a 1000W/750W mid-drive motor with a maximum speed of 20 mph. Coupled with the 48V 16Ah battery (with the option to purchase an extra battery pack), you can ride around for 48 miles on full throttle.

The mid-drive motors support ten distinct levels of pedal assistance, with multiple riding modes that include a walk-assist feature which is great for walking up those steeper hills when you’ve got a couple of extra pounds of deer on the trailer. Also, there is a quick-disconnect thumb throttle with a customizable LED display.

These models of hunting bikes come with a 26-inch diameter and 4.5-inch thick fat tires (for the medium-large models), and if necessary, you can swap them out for a 29-inch fat tire setup.

Also, these models support a two-wheeled game trailer and a single-wheeled cargo trailer. (Purchased separately.)

What We Like
Great load capacity
Impressive front fork suspension with 150mm of travel
Integrated pannier rack
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16Ah battery is not enough for hunting bikes
Fenders, lights, and liners need to be purchased separately
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Maybe you don't want to drag pounds of equipment back and forth, and maybe all you need is an off-road e-bike that's got a sizeable mileage that's good enough to get you back to the blind or check back in with your trail cameras. Whatever the case may be, you can do both with the Addmotor Wildtan M-5600, thanks to its 60-mile range and 350lb weight capacity.

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  • Motor: Mid-Drive
  • Range: 60 miles
  • Wattage: 1000W
  • Top Speed: 28mph
  • Load Capacity: 350lbs
  • Battery: 48V/17.5Ah

Addmotor’s Wildtan M-5600 is a solid beast. This brand of hunting bikes has several sweet core specs that would qualify it as one of the best alternatives to the mid-ranger on this list.

For starters, the 19-inch frame is built from 6061 Aluminum alloy with a standover height of 34-inches; hence, it fits most riders with an average height of 5’6″-6′. It has an integrated rear rack that is welded into the frame itself.

The other accessories included in the box are the fenders (mudguards), electric headlights, and battery taillights (Spanniga bicycle lights).

The tires are Kenda Juggernaught Pros with a 26-inch diameter and 4.5-inch thickness and there is an Air fork suspension with 120mm of travel.

The 1000S Mid-drive motor is great for hunting e-bikes and it can easily traverse small hills, rocky mountains, and muddy roads without a lot of difficulties. Apart from that, the 17.5Ah battery will ensure you get around 60 miles of range on full-throttle on any backcountry trails.

Also, the 350lbs load capacity is great for hauling your spoils back to camp.

What We Like
60+ miles range
Fully accessorized with fenders, rear rack, and lights
5-inch LCD with google maps integration
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Doesn't have a small or large size option
Only comes with a single camo paint option
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Let's face it, most of the e-bikes on this list are built for riders who are at least 5'6". Also, despite having fancy crossbar step-through designs and three different aluminum frame sizes, the standover height can be too high for a serious hunter who doesn't qualify for this minimum height. Luckily, this is not the case with the Revibikes Predator. It's built for sharing with anybody, even if they are 5'4" tall or 6'8" short. 

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  • Motor: Rear-Hub
  • Range: 40 miles
  • Wattage: 500W
  • Top Speed: 20mph
  • Load Capacity: 300lbs
  • Battery: 48V/13Ah

The Revibikes Predator electric bike is meant for more casual use and adventuring outdoors. Nonetheless, you can take it for hunting provided you install the necessary accessories (like the rear rack, fenders, etc.).

The Revibikes predator comes in three color variants: platinum grey, pearl white, and matte black. Unfortunately, there is no camo variant. The frame is built using a 6061 Aluminum alloy (see also ebike frame material guide) and they’ve designed the frame and crossbar so that it supports a wider height range. (5’4″-6’2″).

These fat tire bikes use a MOZO suspension front fork along with Tektro disc brakes for both the front and rear wheels. The tires have a 26-inch diameter with a 4-inch thickness.

The 500W BAFANG rear hub motor isn’t the best for climbing hills and hauling game. However, it will do a decent job of getting you back to camp or to where you’ve set up your trail cams. Also, I highly recommend getting a rear rack and front rack installed so you can easily carry gear and supplies.

The 13Ah battery isn’t amazing but it’s got enough juice to get you going for 40 miles on full throttle.

What We Like
Very attractive price tag
40+ miles of range on a smaller battery
Built to support shorter people (even 5'4")
Know Before Buying
No camo paint job
Charging takes 4-6 hours
Lacks much-needed accessories
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As the name suggests, you can have your boar and eat it too (back at camp, hopefully) thanks to the 285lb maximum weight limitation and 30 miles per hour top speed. Although this Surface 604 Boar Hunter e-bike may have a rear-hub drive motor, it's got all the features you can expect from a mid-drive counterpart, such as a smoother ride experience and surprisingly high mileage.

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  • Motor: Rear-Hub
  • Range: 65 miles
  • Wattage: 750W
  • Top Speed: 30mph
  • Load Capacity: 285lbs
  • Battery: 48V/20Ah

The Surface 604 Boar Hunter is an impressive beast, and what sets it apart is the Rear-hub drive with torque sensors. Now that is a rare combination, one you might not find in many hunting e-bikes.

These electric hunting bikes come in two different sizes: the Small-Medium, with a 17.5-inch frame, and the Medium-Large, with a 19.5-inch frame. The small variant is better suited for riders who are 5’2″ to 5’7″ tall, whereas the larger variant suits anybody who’s 5’8″ to 6’8″ tall.

Apart from that, there are also two battery options: the 14Ah and the 20Ah. I highly recommend the 20Ah because it increases the maximum range to 65 miles. (something you’ll desperately need when deep in the woods.)

There is only one color option, and it is Kryptek’s Highland Camo which is guaranteed to provide effective camouflaging in a variety of backcountry locations.

The brakes are Tektro Auriga Hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm rotors, and the tires are Kenda Juggernauts with a 26-inch diameter and 4.5-inch thickness.

The rear hub drive motor may not be able to compete with mid-drives and ultra mid-drive motors. However, the included torque sensor makes you feel like you’re riding a mid-drive motor. The class 3 option has a maximum speed of 30 miles, and you can haul 285lbs worth of cargo on the bike itself thanks to the built-in front and rear racks.

What We Like
Kryptek Highland Camo
Integrated Torque sensor with better pedal assist
Integrated front and rear racks
Know Before Buying
The price can be a little steep for a rear hub-drive
Maximum torque is 59ft-lbs (80Nm)
Needs to purchase fenders (mudguards) separately
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Buying Guide for the Best Electric Bikes for Hunting

Before, we get started with the list, here’s a quick guide on the most important specs you need to look out for when shopping for a new electric bike for hunting.

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Battery: The battery capacity (or its resulting spec: range) is the most important for any electrical vehicle. The battery capacity, specified in Amp-hours, will determine how far you will be able to ride your cycle on a full charge. I recommend getting the largest battery you can get with a spare for backup. However, if we’re talking actual numbers, anything over 15Ah or 30 miles of range is good enough for hunting.

Motor: As anybody will tell you, “hub drive motors: bad, mid-drive motors: good.” For the most part, that’s the gist of it, especially since Mid-drives and ultra-mid drives have higher torque and better functioning torque sensors. (Makes pedaling a breeze.) That being said, there is one issue with mid-drives: they have a habit of leaving you stranded whenever the chan snaps. Luckily, it is not very common as you might think, especially with high-end e-bikes; hence, I recommend going for a mid-drive or ultra-mid drive if you can afford it.

Standover Height: Ah yes, the pleasures of finding out that the e-bike you just spend thousands of dollars on is too high off the ground for you to ride comfortably. Before you make this mistake, make sure to check the standover height and available size options, especially if you don’t fall under the average height range of 5’6″ to 6’2″.

Camo options: Since real-life isn’t Grand Theft Auto (the videogame) where you can go to a garage and pay $100 to get your bike resprayed, I recommend considering the available color options of your favorite electric bike for hunting. The camo options are very limited on certain brands, so make sure you go along with a color that matches your hunting gear and blends in with the hunting ground you most frequent.


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Electric bikes for hunting are great at traversing off-road terrain with hundreds of pounds of equipment and game on your back. They are silent to not give away your position and fast enough should you need a quick getaway. They are great for hunting, and as one happy customer pointed out: “Electric bikes for hunting are the best thing to come out since sliced bread.”

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