Unbox More Fun with #RadBoxArt

Break Out Your Crayons! (Or pencils, or watercolors, or box cutters … )

We've just released our newest models, the RadCity 5 Plus and the RadRover 6 Plus, two ebikes that help our riders reimagine everything they thought they knew about getting around. In that spirit, we're asking riders like you to reimagine your bike box.

Give your ebike packaging a second life by transforming it into something else Rad. Maybe it's a diorama, a rocket ship fort, bike wings, or your own work of art. Whatever gets your creative juices flowing, we want to see it! We'll even send some Rad merch to a few lucky artists selected at random* …

*See eligibility and rules.

Here's How It Works

Get the Rad Box

Create your masterpiece by working directly with the cardboard once your bike arrives or download a PDF of the box art here to print at home. No purchase necessary!

Bike shipping box

Get Creative

Anything goes! (Besides plagiarism, hateful language, or other inappropriate stuff. That’s not Rad.)

Paint brush with paint

Submit Your Box Art

Submit your art directly through the bottom of this page or post it on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Tag @RadPowerBikes and use the hashtag #RadBoxArt, and we may just share your handiwork with the Rad community!

Paper airplane

Keep an Eye on Your Inbox

We’ll be rewarding select artist-participants that go the extra mile with Rad gear and gifts, so don’t dawdle, get doodling! We’ll be accepting submissions until March 31, 2022.


Thinking Outside the Box

By the way, you’re not the only one doing cool things with our boxes. The folks in the Rad Lab have made this our most environmentally-responsible packaging yet!

They’ve figured out a unique way to protect your bike during shipping while cutting down on the amount of plastic we use by roughly 50%!

pie chart showing 48% reduction in plastic packaging
pie chart showing 52% reduction in plastic packaging

City Plus

48% less plastic packaging than the RadCity 4.

Rover Plus

52% less plastic packaging than the RadRover 5.