The Addmotor Wildtan M-5600* isn’t your regular run-of-the-mill e-bike. Even at first glance, you can see it’s different than regular e-bikes.
Standard e-bikes and electric hunter bikes share quite a few similarities. They’re both bicycles that are operated using a combination of pedals and a motor, and factor in a battery to store energy… but an electric hunter bike is MUCH more than just that.
The word Hunter in the name should give you a few clues. Designed to be a tactical tool rather than a basic vehicle, the Wildtan M-5600 is built for hunting and rugged terrain. Its camouflage bodywork helps keep you hidden while you move around in the outdoors looking for game, while the tire treads work on almost all sorts of terrains, and along with he silent motor, helps you move without a sound.
Electric hunter bikes are built to quietly carry you and all your hunting equipment through your hunt without making you noticeable — and the Wildtan M-5600 is no exception. The M-5600 features a broad, rugged 6061 ARC Aluminum Alloy frame that can easily carry you as well as your gear. Integrated into the frame is the hunter bike’s 17.5Ah Panasonic battery (chargeable via USB), which easily delivers 60-70 miles on a full charge, while the battery itself powers a 1000W Bafang mid-drive motor, located in the middle of the bike’s frame (as opposed to most rear-wheel motors). This unusual placement helps keep the Wildtan M-5600’s center of gravity between both its wheels while also providing great handling… even when driving uphill.
The Wildtan M-5600’s hunting-specific build sort of makes it the ultimate e-bike for any condition. It works on roads as remarkably as it does off-road, and on most inclines too. Built with a knob that lets you control dampening on your suspension, the Wildtan M-5600 gives you the ability to adjust your ride’s smoothness too, just by tightening or loosening your suspension based on the kind of road you’re on. Up to 120mm of travel on the front fork suspension means even the harshest or rockiest of terrains are relatively easy to ride on.
The e-bike also features a Shimano thumb gear-shifter for up to 9 gears, allowing you to take the bike to speeds of up to 20mph. Your speed, distance traveled, and battery-level is displayed on a neat, rugged LCD dashboard on the front, and while the bike’s meant essentially for stealth, it still does pack pretty strong headlights and taillights, and a bell that can be used both on the road as well as on off-road trails.
*This post was sponsored by AddMotor; all images from the company and used with permission.