Which Rad Power Bikes Model Is Best For You?

One of the hardest things when you decide to buy a Rad Power Bike is deciding which model you should buy. We landed on the RadWagon due to its versatility and haven’t been disappointed but everyone has a specific need. Below I share some of the pros and cons of each Rad Power Bikes model and if you scroll down to the bottom of this page you will see my video where I dig into some of these factors you might want to consider before purchasing.

RadRunner (65 lbs)

Pros:
Cheaper price point
Built in rack (passenger and cargo)
Higher torque

Cons:
No LCD (Upgrade available)
No front suspension
Single speed
Not as common tire size
Fenders cost extra

RadWagon (73 lbs)

Pros:
Built in rack (passenger and cargo)
Lower step but not step-thru
Regenerative braking

Cons:
Long
Lower torque than all other models (same as RadCity)
No front suspension

RadRover (Step-thru 71 lbs, Standard 69 lbs)

Pros:
Step-thru option
Best for off-road
Best in snow
Stability of fat tires
Front suspension

Cons:
Rack adds additional cost
More rolling resistance with fat tires

RadMini (Step-thru 69 lbs, Standard 67 lbs)

Pros:
Step-Thru option
Foldable
Stable with fat tires/ability to go off road

Cons:
Rack adds additional cost
Not as common tire size

RadCity (Step-thru 65 lbs, Standard 64 lbs)

Pros:
Step-thru option
Integrated rack for cargo or child passenger only with Thule Yepp Maxi
Most approachable if already used to a standard bike
Regenerative braking
Front suspension

Cons:
Lower torque than all other models (same as RadWagon)

Choosing a Rad Power Bike Video