Rad Power Bikes?
Aug 17, 2021
Does anyone on Lopez own a Rad Power Bike?
Bought a Rad Mini step-thru city bike for my wife a year or so back. But she's age 82, and it was just too big and clunky for her. She had 2 accidents, one requiring an EMT and a 6 week elbow bone heal. We finally sold the bike to a younger, stronger guy and returned to her Ancheer e-bike, which wa ... Read All
We’ve loved RadMission, just ordered 2 more. We also have 2 QualiSport Dolphins. We’re the managers at Mackaye Harbor Inn, feel free to come down and try ours out. I have a $50 discount if you’d like it.
I bought a RadWagon bike as my commute vehicle a number of years back, needing help with a big hill - this was when their shop first opened as a little hole in the wall down at the Seattle waterfront. I was super happy with it, sold it to someone on the island earlier this year and bought a smaller step-through model (better for my aging body). Still very h ... Read All
Hi Amelia, I ended up buying an Aventon. I really like it (both peddle assisit and throttle) but I am a little afraid of its power! I am riding it at least every other day to get used to it.
Buying my Rad Power bike, was the absolute best thing I have ever done. It is the best thing I have ever purchased for myself. I really want another one. I ordered it online at the end of the year and it was 200 dollars cheaper. If you have any questions I will be happy to speak to you. You are welcome to come ride mine and try it out.
Yes, I own a RadCity step thru.
I have a Rad Mini "knock off" electric bike. My husband has one too. Great bikes!