Rad Power Bikes RadRunner 3 Plus Review – $2.2k

The ad Power Bikes RadRunner 3 Plus is a utility electric bike with deep step-thru frame and custom tires that make it approachable, stable, and very capable. Increased gross weight capacity of 350 pounds, including 120lbs on the extended rear rack. Upgraded battery pack is easier to remove (even with optional locking console), dual display system, hydraulic disc brakes, and better foot peg positioning. Excellent safety features including reflective puncture resistant tires, bright integrated headlight with running beam, rear light with side windows and brake activation, motor inhibiting brake levers, and a high quality bell. Tons great accessories including a passenger package, front and rear baskets and locking boxes, small and large bags, second battery, child seat, and trailer. Redesigned saddle is thicker, can adjust forward and back, be tilted, and uses standard rails that work with a suspension post! Ergonomic grips, adjustable handlebar, large aluminum platform pedals, and adjustable kickstand work great. Motor activates smoothly but offers great power with 10% faster climbing ability. High capacity 672 watt hour battery, excellent charger. Twist throttle is not limited by pedal assist, so you can use it at any time to get going or catch up to friends. The motor is powerful, but produces more noise. The bike only comes in one size and color: metallic dark grey. Shipping is free in most cases, but there is some unboxing and assembly required: handlebar, front wheel, and pedals. Fairly heavy at 75.5lbs due to the elongated frame, 7-speed drivetrain, and suspension fork.

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