Southern California’s Rungu touts its fat-tire, dual-front-wheel bikes as an ebike alternative to quad ATVs. The company says its MDV series of electrics won’t wash out up front where two-wheel adventure ebikes will—especially when hauling game or other heavy loads—and can take on mud, snow, rocky terrain, and soft sand. They’ll also fit into narrow spaces where quads won’t, Rungu says. The entry-level MDV Standard (Rungu also has four other models in its line) is built on a 6061-T6 aluminum alloy frame and outfitted with a Bafang BBSHD 1,120W/52V mid-drive motor offering both pedal and throttle assist and 197Nm maximum torque. The system is powered by a 52V/15Ah lithium-manganese-cobalt-oxide battery pack. The company estimates off-road range at 20.2 miles using pedal assist at 10 mph. On the stock MDV Standard, pedal assist cuts off at 22 mph and throttle assist goes up to 25 mph. But customers can request that the bike be configured for Class 1 (pedal assist to 20 mph) and Class 2 (throttle assist to 20 mph) use. The custom Rungu dual forks offer 100 millimeters of coil-sprung travel and have 135-millimeter hub spacing, a lockout feature, and adjustable preload. Rungu has spec’d a wide-range nine-speed Microshift drivetrain with an 11-42T cassette to handle steep terrain, and the 80-millimeter-wide rims have cutouts for weight savings and are wrapped in 4.7-inch-wide Vee Rubber Snowshoe XL tires. MSRP: $3,400.