We had a great time filming an episode of No Huddle Life with Chase and Spinx of Quiet Kat at the Black Mountain Dude Ranch, just outside of McCoy, Colorado: population 24. To tell you the truth, I was a bit timid to learn how to ride these machines.
I was afraid they’d be too much like motorcycles. I had traumatic experiences from my youth—I learned the hard way that you need someone to teach you how to ride first before racing off into the rain.
But, with less than 10 minutes of training on the Quiet Kat E-Bike, I was up and running and feeling bad-ass. They feel much closer to a bike than a motorcycle.
And what a blast! There’s numerous advantages to E-bikes. For me, it was mostly about being able to get back to mountain lakes or streams, that would otherwise require serious hiking.
I mean, I love to hike. But when the fish are calling, I want to get to the lake. Like, now! Many of the remote mountain lakes here in Colorado require significant time to reach on foot. And with the Quiet Kat, along with the available cargo trailer, you can haul a full campsite worth of gear and your fishing stuff. You’ll be lakeside, casting for those Rainbows in no time.
For fishing, hunting, or just exploring reaches of the backcountry you wouldn’t readily have access to—the Quiet Kat line of all-terrain E-bikes are ideal.
I can’t wait to go back to the mountains on the Quiet Kat to look for moose “sheds” — meaning finding their shed antlers. I hadn’t known there was such an activity. One of the guides at the Black Mountain Ranch said he’d teach me how to do it.
The Quiet Kat team is passionate about their products. They will take care of you with service, training and fun. They love what they do and are deeply knowledgeable.
Give us a call and we’ll hook you up with one of their product specialists. You need one of these machines!