RadRunner Electric Utility Bike
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Electric Utility Bike
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Technical specs

48V, 14 Ah (672 Wh) with Lithium NCA 18650 Samsung 35E cells, rated for 800 charge cycles

48V, 2 Amp Rad Power Bikes smart charger, operates on both 110V and 230V AC power outlets

48V, 750W

Intuitive LED display that shows battery charge level, pedal assist level, and light indicator
Hub Motor
750W brushless Bafang geared hub motor with 80 Nm of torque, 5:1 planetary gear reduction

Front: LED headlight
Rear: Integrated taillight with brake light and flash mode

Pedal Assist
Intelligent 4 level pedal assist with low profile cadence sensor
25-45+ miles per charge (estimate)

Half twist throttle

Water resistant connectors and wiring harness

USB Ports
Bike Components
Brake Calipers
Tektro Aries (MD-M300)

Brake Levers
Aluminum alloy comfort grip levers with motor cutoff switch and integrated bell

Brake Pad Material
Organic compound

Brake Rotors
Tektro 180 mm front and rear


Crank Set
52T, 170 mm forged alloy, dual-sided aluminum bashguard

Single speed chain tensioner


Rigid steel
6061 aluminum

DNP 16T single speed

Single speed, 16-52

Durable ergonomic rubber

Aluminum high rise, 660 mm wide, 10" rise

Semi-integrated, 1-1/8" straight steerer tube

Dual leg steel, spring loaded

Wellgo composite platform with reflectors, CrMo axle, standard 9/16" x 20 TPI threading

Front: Optional
Rear: Integrated, 120 lb carrying capacity, 25.5 mm tubing diameter
Double wall, 36H

Exclusive Rad Power Bikes moped-style, integrated steel seat post, fixed angle

Seat Post Size
390 mm x 27.2 mm

Seat Post Clamp
Quick release


12-gauge stainless steel, black

50 mm + 30º (15 mm rise)

Exclusive Rad Power Bikes by Kenda K-Rad 20" x 3.3", K-Shield puncture-resistant liner
Geometry & Sizing
Recommended Rider Heights
4'11" - 6'2"

Frame Size

Handlebar Height

Handlebar Reach

Seat Height
25.25" - 36.5"
*Measured from bottom of the pedal stroke

Stand Over Height

Total Length

Dropout Width
Front: 135 mm
Rear: 170 mm

Bottom Bracket Shell Width
100 mm
Square Taper Bottom Bracket

Seat Tube Length

Top Tube Length (effective)

Head Tube

Chain Stay
Handlebar Width

Crank Length
170 mm

Seat Post Diameter
27.2 mm

Max Tire Width

Bike Weight
65 lbs

Payload Capacity
300 lbs
Key Features
Single-Speed Drivetrain
The simplified drivetrain makes for easy riding and low maintenance. Ideal for new riders or those just looking to cruise.
LED Control Panel
A simplified LED control panel means one click on and one click off, with additional buttons for lights and pedal assistance, and LEDs to indicate battery and assist levels.
Integrated Rear Rack
Attach panniers, platforms, or baskets and let the bike carry your cargo. Or mount a Yepp Maxi child seat and bring your kids along for the ride.
Low-Step Frame Design
Featuring a 16.5" stand over height, this ebike is perfect for those needing a more approachable package without sacrificing features or functionality.
Rigid Front Fork
Stable and responsive, the rigid fork provides ultimate control when cruising around town.
Upright Handlebars
High rise aluminum handlebars allow adjustment to support various arm lengths and a more laid back riding position.
Dual Leg Kickstand
Increased stability when loading cargo or when passengers jump on the rear.
750W Bafang Geared Hub Motor
80 Nm of torque to conquer hills and power through loose terrain like never before.
Twist Grip Throttle
750W of power on-demand.
Integrated Brake Light
Powered using the main battery pack and features brake light functionality that is activated any time the brakes are applied.
Reflective Sidewall Striping
Extremely durable and have a larger total reflective surface and better visibility than traditional spoke mounted reflectors.
Technical Overview Video

Proprietary Passenger Package

Other ebikes with bench-style seats have one thing in common: they offer zero means for the rider to adjust the height of their seat. This means nearly everyone is always pedaling in a poor riding position.

We are changing that in a big way. The RadRunner is the very first ebike or scooter to have an adjustable driver's seat that can either be completely flush with the passenger's seat or adjusted higher like a standard bike.

Keep the seat low so your passenger can snuggle up close or raise the seat up to get proper leg extension while pedaling. You do you.

The Rad Battery Pack

With over a decade of designing and building ebikes under our belts, we know that a high-capacity battery like this isn’t something you cheap out on. We designed and built our batteries using genuine Samsung 35E cells, which are some of the most energy-dense and reliable lithium-ion cells on the market today. These cells have allowed us to build an overall better battery, and at only 7.7 lbs, it's one of the lightest and most energy-dense packs on any electric bike.
Miles per Charge
5-6 Hours
To Fully Charge
672 Wh
Total Battery Capacity

Compact, Discreet, Maintenance-Free Hub Motor

With 750W and 80 Nm of torque at your disposal, this Bafang geared hub motor is what is going to help power you up steep inclines and get you up to top speed quickly from a dead stop, all while remaining quiet and inconspicuous. These kinds of numbers aren't even found on some of the most expensive mid drive systems out there, so prepare to outperform and outclass everyone you see on the road.
Motor Power
80 Nm
Max Motor Torque
Turn off the lights
Winner, Best Affordable Electric Bike for 2018/2019

"This is an incredible electric bike for the money."
- ElectricBikeReview.com

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Customer Reviews

Based on 42 reviews
Best Everything Bike

I love this bike. It does everything. Cargo bike, family bike, commuter bike, off road, etc.

Fun and practical!

I’ve been really enjoying the Radrunner. We’ve been able to hold off on getting a second family car, and it has surprisingly handled all the hills I’ve thrown at it. I would highly recommend the Radrunner if you’re considering getting an ebike.

Early on

So far I have enjoyed my rad power bike, it makes getting around fun and easy. It is very very very heavy though, making it a little difficult to park and you have to heave all 70 lbs of it (110lbs with the passenger on the back) up in order to use the kickstand. I am also disappointed that rad has not prepared installation instructions for any of the accessories. It would be a 5-star review otherwise. Overall, I am so far quite pleased. Hope it holds up for years to come.

I feel like a kid again

I'm 64 and live in a super hilly Seattle neighborhood. Now I cruise on my Rad Runner to the beach, the grocery store, the library, pretty much wherever I want to go. I like the freedom to 'exersize' as much or as little as I want. In short, I'm having a gas.

The best bike EVER!

Our RadRunner is so fun, sturdy, affordable, and backed by top notch customer service.

Enjoying the ride!

My Radrunner garners a lot of fun looks/questions which I'm happy to answer while at a stoplight with other cyclists. Because it's unique and I sit upright, I feel safer/more visible to cars. Coming from a non-electric cargo bike, this benefit was similar. Now with the pedal assist, I can easily 'take the lane' in 20 mph speed zones, get thru intersections with an easy flick of the throttle, both of which cars appreciate and increase my visibility/safety.
The integrated front and brake lights are hugely appreciated--Riding along the dark, dark greenbelt they lit my way even without a headlamp (which I usually have but found myself without on that particular evening).
I'm working on a new seat that's more comfortable to pedal longer distances. Would love a plug/play option from Radbike. I ordered the seat and now need to get it mounted to a post.
I've been experimenting with how long the battery holds a charge, we're on day 6, at 3 bars with, 15-25 miles on the bike. Overnight freezing temps don't seem to have much degradation on battery life.
The cargo piece is what sold me--Can carry my 78 lb son to school and run errands after, though I have yet to trick it out for passengers. I'd also love to purchase foot pegs only and make the back more similar to my cargo ride with a ring for him to hold onto and a softer seat.
Loving my sweet new ride!
Jenny in Idaho

Outstanding (except for the seat)

I absolutely love my Radrunner. Solid build, easy to operate and incredibly fun. Only issue is the seat—it’s really uncomfortable on anything but short rides. I purchased a padded cruiser bike seat and it’s much better, and still works well with the passenger kit. Other suggestion is to make the center console cup holder a bit wider so it can fit most water bottles. All in all, this is my favorite purchase in a long, long while.

Awesome bike!

I ordered the new RadRunner bike on the first day it was available. Received it timely and in perfect condition. The bike is awesome, and really fun to ride! I have bad knees, so I pretty much only use it on full electric, and the battery lasts forever! I've already installed fenders and ordered a front rack.
The only negative I have is that the saddle is fairly uncomfortable, so I went to my local bike shop and upgraded it.
I would definitely recommend it!

Love the other models just bit more

I tried all of the previous models before buying the Rad Runner unseen. It's good, but I like the other models better. The main reason is the gearing on the other bikes. The Rad Runner has a single gear set with 4 levels of motor assist. At higher levels of assist, the the pedals have little resistance so it makes it awkward to try to pedal. One final note, the Rad Runner should come with the back fender installed. It was hell to get that thing on. Now, I still love the bike but I love the other Rad Bikes, more.

Super fun and good looking with a few improvements needed.

Let me start out by saying that the customer service is very friendly and responsive. You may be asking how I know this already with a brand new bike. The unboxing and initial setup went fine with both the written directions and video tutorial. This was my first e bike so I did not realize that the rear wheel should freewheel. It did not - the rear brakes were so tight that they were locked up right out of the box. I adjusted them the best I could based on directions sent to me by customer service, but there was still a repetitive squeak while riding. (These were eventually repaired by a bike shop - more on that later.) The seat is really hard and uncomfortable. I’m in the process of getting a cloud-9 seat with a suspension post. It sucked that I had to remove the rear wheel and snip zip ties just to install the rear fender option. I had to disassemble the tail light because whoever built the bike must have been hungover and it was totally crooked, but they cinched down on the bolt so hard that it deformed the plastic. Then I could not get any brand of mirror from the local bike shop or local big box store to fit inside the handlebar. They are a strange diameter - too small. Customer service had no suggestion for a mirror. That seems like something they should stock when you are cruising on roads at 20 mph. I had to modify an el cheapo eBay mirror and then it worked well bolted to the handlebar end cap. The passenger package is nice but whoever designed it didn’t account for the wiring to the tail light. The spoke guard on the non-chain side does not sit flush with the frame because the wire run to the tail light impedes it. Then I got an email that my “first production run” bike did not have a guard installed on the controller and Rad was going to pay a local bike shop to install it. That was a very nice gesture. I was able to get Rad to also cover my rear brake adjustment since I was unable to get them adjusted perfectly, since they were locked up out of the bo...