The Rad Power Bikes RadTrike 1 is a sturdy electric trike with highly adjustable handlebar position, seat position, and back rest. Capable of supporting up to 415lbs (rider and load). Optional front and rear baskets, bags, and other accessories make it a capable cargo hauler. Low three wheel design, limited 14mph top speed, and bundle of reflectors and lights make it stable and safe. Extremely low standover height and minimum saddle height makes the trike approachable. Smooth acceleration feels predictable and doesn’t spin the front wheel like some other trikes. Reverse mode lets you back up to load and unload. Total width is 32.5” which fits through most standard doors, the axle and nuts are not exposed on rear wheels. Single speed drivetrain is clean and reliable. Twist throttle makes starting easy, and it overrides pedal assist so you can go faster and climb stronger instantly, without pressing buttons. Large 180mm mechanical disc brake on the front wheel, intuitive back-pedal coaster brake for the right rear wheel. One year comprehensive warranty, dealers, delivery services. Some assembly required if ordering direct, but the two-half design is very smart and easy. As with most trikes, it’s fairly heavy at 82lbs total… but the removable battery, seat, and folding handlebar make it easier to transport. Steel frame is very sturdy but can rust if scratched. Limited display panel readouts. Have to pay extra for USB dongles and bottle cage adapters.
0:00 Introduction, weight capacity, cargo platform
0:53 750 geared hub motor, smooth custom controller
1:16 14 MPH top speed, reverse mode, 32.5” width
2:17 Two-part frame assembly, IP6X water resistant
3:16 Cadence sensor, 152mm crank arms, Wellgo pedals
3:49 Two torque arms, Kenda Krusade tires 18” x 2.25”
4:46 Total weight of the trike, folding and lifting
5:34 Seat and backrest adjustability, 27.2mm seat post
6:34 Rear platform, battery details, drivetrain closeup
7:56 Hand brake lever and parking brake, 180mm rotor
8:52 Battery pack removal, welcome box with charger
10:31 Charge indicator on battery, powering on display
10:40 Display readouts, USB dongle, headlight demo
11:30 Assist levels and twist throttle discussion
12:07 Reverse mode demo, flick bell, racks and bags
13:24 Optional bottle cage mounts, possible canopy
13:48 Chat with product team, adjusting seat height
14:47 Optional bar mitts and pet carrier, drag race!
16:20 Third person riding, reverse, low assist levels
18:22 Conclusion with site tools: compare, forums
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