First Look: Rogue Ridge RF750 E-Bike

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posted on October 3, 2023
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The culmination of over two years of research and development, Rogue Ridge has released its RF750 folding fat tire e-bike. Featuring a 750-watt motor and 13-amp-hour battery, the RF750 stands up to long rides and boasts enough power to tackle steep hillsides. It can reach up to 20 mph with five different power levels of assistance, with a range of up to 35 miles and a charge time of around 2.5 hours.

RF750 Control module

The RF750’s fat tires can tackle any terrain from sand and rocks to snow and mud, making it the perfect e-bike for backcountry hunting or scouting in any conditions. The folding hardtail frame constructed of 6061 aluminum tips the scales at 75 pounds and is load-rated for a hefty 300 pounds. This is additionally impressive when one considers that the bike folds completely in half in the center. This unique, hinging design means the bike is not constrained to transport on bike racks, and in the back of trucks, but instead can be slid securely into the back of a small SUV, or even the trunk of a larger sedan. Similarly, the e-bike allows for compact storage when not in use, whether in a garage, shed or interior closet.

RF750 Folded

The RF750 comes off-road ready with a rear pannier rack, front basket, 48-volt 2-amp charger, mud fenders, 80-lux headlight, tire liners, and a 1-year warranty. Set in motion by the previously referenced 750-watt Bafang Mid M620 Ultra motor, the bike is stopped by equally efficient Tektro hydraulic brakes. As anyone who has ferried a load down a steep hill knows, stopping power is often an even more important metric. To learn more about the RF750, available in Dark Earth, OD Green, Black, Glacier White or Mossy Oak Bottomland, and browse the full lineup of Rogue Ridge e-bikes, visit rogueridge.comMSRP: $3,499.99-$3,599.99

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