Author: ElectricBikeReview.com via YouTube
https://electricbikereview.com/magnum/ranger/ The Magnum Ranger is an all new motorcycle-esque fat-tire cruiser ebike from Magnum that is also feature rich with fenders, rear rack, included lights in the front and rear, front suspension fork, wide comfort saddle, competitively priced at just $2,499, and uses a powerful drivetrain and electrical system. Driven by a powerful Das-Kit rear hub-drive motor that is rated at a 750-1000 watts, 90nm of torque, can be engaged either by the cadence sensor for cadence based pedal assist or trigger throttle, is capable of speeds up to 25mph, uses a high capacity 48v 13ah battery, and has a large easy to read display. Mechanically operated by a 8 speed Shimano Acera derailleur with a grip shift, 11-32 tooth cassette in the rear, 48 tooth chain ring in the front, and fast acting hydraulic disc brakes (180mm in the front, 160mm in the rear) each with motor inhibitors. The tool-free adjustable stem is handy but can become loose over time, the bike is large and heavy, included lights don’t run off the main battery, fat tires can be prone to pinch flats, no bottle cage bosses and not much room for accessories on the handlebar.