2019 Rad Power Bikes RadMini Step-Thru Video Review – $1.5k

https://electricbikereview.com/rad-power-bikes/radmini-step-thru/ The Rad Power Bikes RadMini Step-Thru is an approachable, folding, fat tire electric bike that’s stable and off-road capable, complete with integrated lights, custom reflective tires, an adjustable suspension fork with lockout, and comfortable Velo saddle. Only available in one frame size and one color, but the handlebar and seat height are adjustable so it can accommodate a wide range of body types, the stand-over height is very low and the folding joint is narrow so you won’t bump your knee. Large 180mm disc brake rotors provide excellent stopping power and control, both brake levers activate the backlight for safety and cut power to the motor, RAD optimized 750 watt geared hub motor feels powerful but smooth. Wide 11 to 34 tooth gearing makes it easy to pedal up steep hills and comfortable to maintain ~20mph top assisted speeds without feeling outpaced, large thumb shifter is intuitive, trigger throttle overrides pedal assist at all times for easy starts and extra power when needed, durable alloy folding pedals and chainring guide, fast USB charging port on display.


Solbris says:

Nice one, will this be available in Europe?

William Aung Leyraud says:

I wish I could trade my voltbike Urban for this rad mini step through. But I also wish it had the integrated signal turning lights as the as the veego 750 by Ride Scoozy.

CrispyDangles says:

Great video! I’m looking for a compact bike but I love the fat tires! I’ve been between this bike, the iGo Fat Freddy, Wing Freedom Fatty, and the Sonders fat folding bike.

NWforager says:

they could do well with a non folding lighter mini next

PDB Long says:

Tern should watch out for this company!

jules h says:

When I saw the new Ariel Rider D-Class Scrambler Dual Motor my decision was made. Top speed 28 mph.

TheRealTraumatize says:

They need to release it already.

Samrat Tripathy says:

How was the frameflex on this? Was it considerably better to ride from the high step one?

there is no grip bar as well, so i would assume that people planning to carry it in apartments would have a tough time due to its weight

Atom says:

Yeah, as he said, very comprehensive, how you memorize?? Very cool

Jas Tunes says:

Gotta compare it to DJ Bikes.. racks, fenders, integrated lights were standard equipment last year, not accessories. Relatively the same bike for $500 less out-the-door.

Rory says:

2 batteries on a rad rhino would be the holy grail of ebikes

James McDANIEL says:

Whoa! As that bus went by in the background at 22:00 mins, I thought that was the sound of your electric bike revving up.
I over-anticipated. Funny! Nice ebike and great review!

Samuel Little says:

I contracted HIV from this video.

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