Rad Power Bikes RadWagon

The Rad Power Bikes RadWagon is an electric cargo bike, built to effortlessly haul groceries and toddlers to and fro.

The Rad Power Bikes RadWagon is truly one of our favorite electric bicycles. An affordable e-cargo bike with thoughtful design and stylish looks, the RadWagon is an excellent peddle-power assisted environmentally conscious EV helping to save the planet … and, it’s just so much fun to ride!

What Is The RadWagon E-Bike?

2019 RadWagon Electric Cargo Bike

The Rad Power Bikes RadWagon is an electric cargo bike, built to effortlessly haul both groceries and toddlers to and fro … in addition to any other cargo you feel moved to move. Offering a variety of cargo-carrying add-ons, this mule of an e-bike can be tasked to fulfill almost any light hauling need.

RadWagon Specs

  • Range: 25-45+ Miles
  • Top Speed: 20 MPH
  • Hub Motor: 750 Watt Shengyi Direct Drive 
  • Battery: 48 Volt, 14 Ah Lithium-Ion w/ Samsung 35E Cells
  • Charger: 48 Volt 2 Amp Rad Power Bikes Smart Charger
  • Display: Backlit LCD with Charge Indicator, Speedometer, Odometer, Trip Odometer, Pedal Assist Level, Wattmeter, and More
  • Lights: Front – Spanninga PR60 48V with Ambient Light Sensor Option;
    Rear – Integrated Taillight with Brake Light Indicator Functionality
  • Peddle Assist: Intelligent 5 Level Pedal Assist with 12 Magnet Cadence Sensor
  • Weight: 73 Pounds
  • Payload Capacity: 350 Pounds
  • Price: $1,499

What Is Special About The Rad Power Bikes RadWagon?

What makes the RadWagon truly special is it’s value. Yes, it looks great and has awesome cutting edge components. However, Rad’s internet-only sales model allows it to offer more e-bike for about half the price of it’s competitors who sell through distributors and brick and mortar retail bike shops. When considering many of the components are industry standards, who doesn’t want more bike for less money?

Where Can I Buy The RadWagon Electric Cargo Bike?

You can buy Rad’s RadWagon on their website at radpowerbikes.com … that’s the only place. And, at just $1,499, with free shipping within the lower 48 states, that is quite a deal for cutting edge environmentally friendly alternative transportation.

If you absolutely must test ride the RadWagon before you buy, be sure to check the company’s website for their world-wide map of showrooms and rental locations that will allow you to take one for a spin before you purchase from their website.

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Jon is an editor at Electric Guide and is our resident electric bike and electric motorcycle expert.  Jon has a M.S. in Computer Science, won several intercollegiate events as a member of the UCLA Cycling Team, and is currently active on the USA Triathlon circuit ... which doesn't allow electric motors. Jon also writes for our sister publication Wear.guide. Send tips and story ideas to Jon at: jon@electric.guide