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Rambo E-Bike


A Rambo electric bike rental is the very best way to experience the Gandy Dancer and beyond! The nearby bike trails are safe and breathtakingly beautiful. Visitors always say the Gandy Dancer and surrounding towns are the most fun and memorable activity of their trip. And locals are surprised to find such an amazing bike riding experience right in their own backyard.


Our Rooster e-bike offers a step-through frame that delivers a comfortable ride for all heights of riders. A day trip on the Gandy or a lovely ride around our local towns, the Rooster is ready to deliver. We even provide a bike basket on the back of the Rooster so you can pack a picnic lunch or use it to carry your purchases made along the way.

Rental rate: Full day 8 hour rental: $125


 Fully adjustable front and rear Tektro machanical disc 180mm brakes. 


LCD mini digital display screen. 


750 watts of motor power transferred through the 20 inch rear wheel delivers exceptional torque and performance. 


48V 14AH battery. The 14 amp hour battery can give you a max distance up to 35 miles! 


Kenda Anti Puncture 20” x 3.3” tires. 


Built right into the frame is the rear basket. Compatible with many Rambo accessories. 

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Milltown Powersports is located two blocks off of the Gandy Dancer State Trail. 

The southern segment of the Gandy Dancer State Trail travels for 47 miles in Wisconsin through the communities of Centuria, Milltown, Luck, Frederic, Siren and Webster, ending in the town of Danbury at the Minnesota border. Here a 520-foot trestle crosses the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway into Minnesota. Built on a former railroad corridor, the trail is named for the work crews who laid the railroad tracks. The crews used tools made by the Gandy Tool Company of Chicago and were known to work by keeping their voices, feet and tools in harmony, leading them to be called "Gandy Dancers."


A state trail pass is required for all people age 16 or older biking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding or in-line skating on certain trails. A state trail pass is not required for walking or hiking. Wisconsin state trail pass fees are the same for residents and non-residents. The annual pass is good for the calendar year and the daily pass is good for the day of purchase.

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