Learn about the key features and basic operations of the RadRover by Rad Power Bikes.

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DISCLAIMER: Clips in this video are shot in locations where the use of electric and motorized vehicles are not permitted. Rad Power Bikes does not condone the use of electric assist bicycles on regional trails, local trail corridors, and paved pathways that are not open to non-motorized users unless otherwise designated and posted. All users must check with local law enforcement and/or vehicle codes to ensure that they are riding within the law. It is our job as e-bikers to obey the rules of the road so please ride responsibly to ensure the safety, acceptance, and greater adoption of alternative transportation. Here is an additional link to read about laws pertaining to the operation of electric bicycles:

35 COMMENTS

  1. I have this beast of an electric bike and I seriously can't believe how much it exceeded my expectations!!!!! I got the white one about a couple of months ago and LOVE THUS THING, and would not change a damn thing about the way its put together!!! Thanks to the makers of this!!!!

  2. my crucial question, is it still possible to pedal this thing without electric power? like when it dies, can i get home without killing myself.

  3. Is it possible to put on the bike like a .5 cc gas motor with a small alternator to charge and recharge will riding and parked?

  4. Sorry if this has been asked… what is the range on a full charge when using pedal assist vs just throttle? And I know its 20mph max… But I have to ask, is there a secret mode to go faster? 🙂 I really like the looks of this fat bike and because of the price range. Am seriously considering of picking one up.. Thx!

  5. This would make the perfect Hunting. I even been looking into buying a electric bike for hunting ting public land with vehicle restrictions. got your website bookmarked.

  6. have you guys ever considered making a video that outlines the battery system? I watched another video that said you use 18650 batteries. I am interested to know the technical aspects like which 18650 cells you use (panasonic, lg, etc), is there there BMS, what type of charger is used and to what voltage are they charged, battery mapping (it's what 48 volts so I assume there are four 12 volt cells with 18650 batteries) how many 18650s total, what kinds of overcharge and undercharge protection is on each 18650 cell, etc. You know, all the nerd talk. I am totally buying this one in the coming months and I wanna know everything about it. I want to be able to charge the battery via foldable solar panels that I have while on the go. I assume if I open up the battery box it voids the warranty. Is there a possible way to purchase an additional battery so that I can open it up and tinker? maybe I will upgrade cells or add a BMS if there is not one etc.

  7. have you guys ever considered making a video that outlines the battery system? I watched another video that said you use 18650 batteries. I am interested to know the technical aspects like which 18650 cells you use (panasonic, lg, etc), is there there BMS, what type of charger is used and to what voltage are they charged, battery mapping (it's what 48 volts so I assume there are four 12 volt cells with 18650 batteries) how many 18650s total, what kinds of overcharge and undercharge protection is on each 18650 cell, etc. You know, all the nerd talk. I am totally buying this one in the coming months and I wanna know everything about it. I want to be able to charge the battery via foldable solar panels that I have while on the go. I assume if I open up the battery box it voids the warranty. Is there a possible way to purchase an additional battery so that I can open it up and tinker? maybe I will upgrade cells or add a BMS if there is not one etc.

  8. I been temping to buy an ebike for my daily 44mi round trip commute to work.
    So for this guy seems like the best one for me…. i have some semi steep hills, and will be using about 20% of the ride on bike trails.

    2 things holding me back from buyin is..
    After some research i figured the pedal motors are better than the wheel motors
    Price…. i only spend about 700-800$ in gas each each. I have really nice car tires, already on 70,000 miles and still good tread. And i have only done 2 oil changes in 80k miles, which i do myself.
    I really only drive to work and use a normal bike for other tasks when possible. I will have to keep my car, ins and registration for when its storming/hailing and such.

  9. I have a specialized turbo electric bike I love it if love it its been almost 2 months and I already pedal close to 200 milles ,just recreational rides,but I do miss trail rides and this bike it's not for that ,so I get in me one of this rad power bike and hit the dirt trails,grass mud and sand as well ,thumbs up,expect me uploading videos soon

  10. We got ours today, I can't wait to ride it. If it gets charged before too late, I am going out our driveway, just to try it out. So glad We found them!!

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