Ordered Outfitter!

Bill Pellegrino

New Member
Should be here next week. I went on two test rides and didn't want to stop. Had more fun then I have had in a long time. I bow hunt 3 months out of the year and it will see a lot of use here in Colorado along with New Mexico and Kansas. I have a feeling it will be put to use year round. Can't wait! The ATV doesn't see a lot of trail time now as it is, it might be collecting dust in the future. I'm looking forward to loading the Outfitter up and disappearing for several days at a time.
 

Tara D.

Active Member
Thats great! Looking forward to seeing your new bike and hearing how it works out for you! Keep us posted.
 

Bill Pellegrino

New Member
Picked it up and had a minor problem with it the first day. Pedal was rubbing on the frame. Brought it back, the motor mount/hub was loose. Had them switch it to tubeless while I was there. Woke this morning front tire was flat. Going back in the morning to get it fixed also have a clicking sound that needs to be addressed. Hope to get all the bugs out this week and put some miles on it. I managed to put 12 miles on it so far in between problems and love it. It will go anywhere.
 

Tara D.

Active Member
Glad to hear that you are loving it even with the few issues it's had. I hope they all get worked out soon!
 

Bill Pellegrino

New Member
I have had the outfitter a could of weeks. My expectations were high for this bike and it has not disappointed me. This bike will turn you into a kid again. I look forward to riding every chance I get. I went down to NM for 4 days last week and took it with me. Had more dam fun then you can imagine. I found a dry was h with 15'-20' banks and stayed in it for a couple of miles. Sugar like sand and I floated on top of it. Fat tires are unreal. It is definitely the ultimate off road machine. My Polaris RZR in now officially retired! I leave Sunday for 4 weeks of bowhunting elfin NM and then CO. I will be using the bike to get into the back country with a spike camp. I have installed front and back Ortlieb saddle bags. I haven't loaded them up yet with any weight but they seem like great bags. I also had the shop convert the tires to tubeless. I have been through plenty of prairie that is loaded with cactus and goat heads with absolutely no problems.
 

Rick Ingraham

New Member
Sounds good . I hope too have mine here and seat up for the opener of Maryland hunting in 2 weeks . Than I am going to the Adirondacks for deer and bear . I am hoping I can find some Vermont and Adirondack ponds were it is lea-gel to use it to take my flot tube or tow my kayak into . I am recovering from cancer and hart problems . I am hoping the bike will help me get too the wild I love so much . Ido not think I can do pituchers , but can you post some of your outfitter with the packs ? Have fun and be safe , good luck with your hunting .