Heads Up! Our Prices Change on December 29

A woman and child eat donuts alongside a RadRunner Plus.

At Rad, our mission is “to offer an unrivaled customer experience with radical electric bikes that are built for everything and priced for everyone.” 

Over the past 18 months we’ve taken creative steps to weather the global supply chain crisis. Nevertheless, these challenges have made it much more expensive to build and ship our award-winning, industry-leading electric bikes and accessories. In light of this, we’ve made the tough decision to raise prices across the Rad lineup beginning December 29, 2021. 

These new prices enable us to continue our commitment to only delivering high-quality and innovative products — plus, with flexible financing options and our direct-to-consumer business model, Rad Power Bikes will remain the most cost-effective ways to get around. 

Our current prices will be active through December 28. If you have your eye on an item, we have in-stock ebikes, spare parts, and Rad accessories at the highest levels we’ve seen in the past few years.

We will finish the year with more than 700 passionate employees who are ready to support all of our existing customers and empower the hundreds of thousands of new riders we expect to join us in the new year. We appreciate your understanding around these price changes and are proud to be your partners. We look forward to continuing to Ride Rad together into 2022 and beyond.

Shop In-Stock Ebikes

Order your bike through December 28 to take advantage of our current prices.

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