Rad is Launching New Ebikes

Rad Power Bikes which has been quiet lately, has finally announced some new models as well as some new safe battery features. Founder Mike Radenbaugh appeared on a new video touting the new lineup.

The new lineup features two new models as well as upgrades to the cargo ebike and RadExpand.

• Radster™ Trail electric off-road bike

• Radster™ Road electric commuter bike

• RadWagon™ 5 electric cargo bike

• RadExpand™ 5 Plus electric folding bike.

They will come with torque sensors, 8 new colors and are UL listed. They will also reach class 3 speeds up to 28MPH. The “SafeShield” batteries are encapsulated in a heat absorbing resin which can extend longevity. They’ll also be using higher end 21700 cells. The new 750 watt motor is also quiet and more powerful. The new Radster looks pretty sweet and will come with 100nM of torque!

Preorder your new ebike today at radpowerbikes.com/pages/new-ebikes-and-accessories.

Here’s what else you can expect across their updated lineup:

• All-new, UL-Listed Safe Shield™ Batteries

• Thermal-resistant technology.

• 60-65 miles of range per charge

• Class 3 capabilities on select U.S. models

• A responsive torque sensor

• Passcode-protected controls on select models

• Industry-leading IPX6 weather-protection

• Up to 100 Nm of torque

• Hydraulic disc brakes

• Rear-facing Turn signals

• Upgraded color display with USB-C charging capability

• Upgraded front axels

• Front suspension

• More accessible frames

• Pedal assist & throttle

I hope to get a review model at some point so stay tuned.

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