Is it a mountain bike? Is it a motor bike? Is it electric? Yes, yes and yes.
If you can ride a bike, you can drive a Quiet Kat.
What is a Quiet Kat?
It's an electric-assist mountain bike with a top speed on flat terrain of more than 20 miles per hour and a range of ±20 miles.
How do you make it go?
The harder you pedal, the more the bike's motor works, too. With 5 different settings from "gentle assist" to "rocket ride," do as much—or as little—work as you want. Pedal faster for a bigger assist. Or, just use the thumb throttle and don't pedal at all—it's entirely up to you.
Vroom! Vroom! But quieter.
We provide 1 guide for every 6 riders.
We'll provide the Fat Kat power/electric-assist bikes and helmets, as well as water and shuttles, if necessary.
What to Bring
Wear closed-toe shoes and dress for the weather. That includes raincoats, sunglasses, or whatever else the forecast calls for. We also recommend padded biking shorts.
Where to Meet
Quiet Kat trips meet at the adventure barn on our Canyon Rim Campus.
Requirements & Restrictions
You must be at least 5'4" tall and able to ride a bike to drive a Fat Kat.
The terrain may vary, but it will likely include: gravel roads, jeep trails, rails-to-trails, and possibly non-technical single-track. Your guides will cover everything you need to know, including a short riding lesson when you arrive.