Whether you’re looking for fun or just trying to find an easy way to conquer life’s little demands, the RadMission electric metro bike helps you do it all — and on your own terms.
At an introductory price of $999 USD ($1,399 CAD, €1.099 EUR), it's not just our most affordable electric bike to-date. It comes in a selection of lively colors and features a weight that falls around 15 pounds lighter than our other bikes, making it perfect for tight, urban living quarters.
But don't take our word for it. Check out some of the early buzz surrounding our latest model:
"The Verge covers the intersection of technology, science, art, and culture. The Verge is part of the Vox Media family and is joined by Vox.com, SB Nation, Polygon, Eater, Curbed, and Recode."
"Narrow tires, a torquey 500W motor, and a sub-$1,000 price point all make for an attractive addition to the company’s lineup."
" ... the real shocker is the price. The Seattle-based company, which is known for its value-based prices, is offering the RadMission at an introductory price of $999 — its cheapest model yet."
"That will certainly help attract anyone emerging bleary-eyed from their coronavirus lockdown ready to get back to some semblance of normalcy, while also playing it safe and cautious."
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"Engadget is the original home for technology news and reviews. Since our founding in 2004, we've grown from an exhaustive source for consumer tech news to a global multimedia organization covering the intersection of technology, gaming, and entertainment."
"Less weight, less cost."
"As demand has slowly but surely increased, we’ve seen all kinds of innovations in e-bikes in recent times — now, Rad Power Bikes has launched a model that tackles some of the biggest barriers to uptake."
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"TechRadar is the largest UK-based consumer technology news and reviews site."
"Impressive specs for an e-bike costing just $999 to pre-order."
"This is a lot of e-bike for your money. The Rad Power Bikes RadMission is one of the best cheap electric bikes around."
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"CleanTechnica is the #1 cleantech-focused news & analysis website in the US & the world, focusing primarily on electric cars, solar energy, wind energy, & energy storage."
"The RadMission sports a clean crossover design that pairs a single-speed drivetrain with a slimmed-down 500 watt geared hub motor. The result is a clean, no-frills electric bike."
"The RadMission might be the most affordable Rad Power Bikes offering ever, but that doesn’t mean the company skimped on features."
"Its minimalist design does what you need, with few frills to weigh you down."
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"Electrek covers the global transition to sustainable transportation and the energy infrastructure that makes it possible including Tesla, EVs, ebikes, scooters, sharing economy, autonomy, and more."
"At 48 lb, the RadMission is definitely going to be easier to carry up a flight of stairs or lift onto a car rack. More importantly, check out that price. By entering the market at under $1,000, the RadMission is moving Rad Power Bikes right down into budget e-bike territory."
"I definitely didn’t see this one coming. But I’m pleased as punch."
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"Founded in 2007, Gear Patrol is an award-winning print and digital publication, store and content studio based in New York City."
"As the lightest and cheapest model Rad Power Bikes has ever produced, the single-speed RadMission is one intriguing proposition."
"With its more aggressive frame shape, beefy tires and bright colors, it honestly reminds me of the BMX bike I used to rip around on as a kid."
"The bottom-line proposition is clear: an affordable, approachable ebike that gets you where you need to go with minimum fuss and maximum fun."
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The RadMission is available for preorder now at an introductory price of $999 USD ($1,399 CAD, €1.099 EUR) and scheduled to start shipping in October! Reserve yours today!
Want to know more? Take a deep dive into the RadMission with founder and CEO Mike Radenbaugh.