Just in Time for Hunting Season: Hunting Bike

cogburn-hunting-bike-xlWhere I’m at, the archery season opens up this Saturday. As I’ve mentioned before I shoot a lot of competitive archery and I hunt every year. I’d like to say I kill something every year, but that would be a lie. So I do a lot of hunting, but not a lot of killing. So there, nobody’s offended and everyone’s happy.

Just recently, Cogburn Outdoors and Realtree teamed up to make the CB4, a Hunting bicycle. Check out the features:

The Cogburn CB4 fat bike will take you deep into the backcountry on massive 3.8” tires run at low pressure. The CB4 frame is fully finished in the Realtree Xtra® camo pattern. The rims, handlebar, crank and other components are anodized black with a no-glare finish. The CB4 camo bike is equipped with full-range gearing, all-condition disc brakes and a wide handlebar for control even while loaded. It features attachment points on the frame for a rear rack and cages for water or fuel bottles. The fork has additional attachment points to expand carrying capacity. The CB4 camo bike is designed, finshed [sic] and assembled in the USA.

Safely carry your rifle, rod or bow on your bike using Cogburn’s Scabbard. The Scabbard attaches to a rear rack on the CB4 or any bike. It’s made of light, strong aircraft-grade aluminum. No other product allows riders to carry their gear with such versatility and security.

Do I want one? Yes. Do I think it will help me to be a more successful hunter? Probably no. Would I look forward to trying to pack an elk out on a bicycle? As good of a story that would make for, no.

Hit the jump for a video.

Cogburn helps sportsmen pursue tradition and a passion to live off the land. We make gear for people looking to hunt, fish and forage in remote places.


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