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NYT logo over RadWagon
The Teenage Tinkerer Behind an E-Bike Revolution
“By [Mike Radenbaugh’s] junior year, he’d founded Rad Power Bikes. Now based in Seattle, his company approached $100 million in sales in 2019. It has sold over 100,000 electric bikes. Numbers aren’t well reported for this young industry, but Rad Power Bikes is widely considered the largest e-bike seller in the United States.”
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Riding an E-Bike Has Changed My Entire Perspective on How We Get Around
“I don’t own a car, but with the trusty RadCity Step-Thru e-bike that Rad Power loaned to Earther, I feel limitless. It’s the type of freedom that could serve us well as we contemplate our post-coronavirus future in cities and what low- or no-carbon mobility could look like that helps everyone get around in a way that’s actually fun.”
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Why The RadRover E-Bike Is ‘Happiness On Two Wheels’
"Even with the world falling apart, even with a mask fogging up my glasses as I rode, even with no clear end in sight to the vice-grip-on-reality that is 2020, my RadRover always makes me feel free. Other bikes might be lighter or even a better workout. But the Rad is my good-time two-wheeler at a time we all need a bit of a boost in our ride."
TNW logo over RadMission
Rad Power Bikes’ RadMission is a whole lot of e-bike for $999
"While the RadMission is the company’s most affordable bicycle and makes some compromises to get there, I think it’s actually one of the most interesting ones in the company’s line-up."
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Buying and riding my first e-bike
"After months of convincing myself, I finally took the plunge and bought an e-bike. The RadRunner from Rad Power Bikes is the first e-bike I've owned (not to mention the first I've ever ridden)."
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Rad Power Bikes releases an upgraded version of its best electric bike
"Last year, Rad Power Bikes released the RadRunner, a fat-tire electric utility bike with a beguiling look, a simplified-but-not-underpowered drivetrain, and an affordable price tag. The response was so great that the Seattle-based company wanted to build on the buzz with an upgraded version, which it dubbed the RadRunner Plus. And it looks great."

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