RadMini 4 is everything an e-bike commuter could ask for—a compact, foldable, fat-tire electric bicycle that performs well in urban and off-road settings. Rad Power Bikes has made a name for itself with stocky fat-tire e-bikes that overdeliver on comfort and accessories. While RadMini shares some of that all-or-nothing philosophy, it comes in a downscaled... Read More »
Rad Power Bikes RadCity is a well-rounded e-bike with an affordable price tag, perfect for commuting, hauling groceries, or replacing your car. Rad Power Bikes is a Seattle-based bicycle company known for fat, hybrid, folding, and cargo electric bicycles. RadCity is one of its best-selling models available with a step-over (RadCity 4) and step-through (RadCity... Read More »
The Rad Power Bikes RadWagon 4 Electric Cargo Bike has the potential to replace your car without reducing you to a pile of misery, lactic acid, and sweat. It’s one of the most capable e-cargo bikes we’ve ridden so far. Did you know that car trips of under a mile add up to more than... Read More »
Rad Power Bikes’ RadRunner is a utility e-bike made to simply get the job done. It’s a streamlined urban commuter made to be customized and personalized to your liking! The three main reasons people don’t ride bicycles more are having to deal with hills, long distances, and sweaty and musky clothes. For me, all of... Read More »
RadRover 5 is one of the most fun e-bikes in Rad Power Bikes’ lineup and certainly one of the most capable fat-tire bikes I’ve ridden so far. The e-bike market is expanding quickly as an increasing number of companies have started manufacturing affordable and powerful electric bicycles that don’t cost as much as a car.... Read More »
RadMission 1 is the lightest and simplest Rad Power Bikes e-bike you can get. This cheap city commuter is ideal for urban riders who are seeking more freedom, and I thoroughly enjoyed riding it. In some circles, e-bikes used to have a bad reputation of being heavy, clunky, and too complicated to use and maintain.... Read More »
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