Radmini Folding Electric Fat Bike

Feb 6, 2018

Category: Rides

Having the ability to explore wherever you want at any time you choose is a wonderful freedom. Being able to do so on two wheels? Even better. In an attempt to capture this sense of adventure, Rad Power Bikes developed the Radmini, an electric folding fat tire bike.

Based on a classic 20-inch folding bike frame, using hinges on the downtube and stem to achieve minimum footprint, the Radmini is built crush terrain that leaves other steeds trembling. RPMs are provided by a 750w geared hub motor powered by a 48-volt 14Ah lithium ion battery, propelling the little ripper to 20 mph over a 45 mile range through a half twist throttle or five modes of pedal assist. Four inch wide Kenda Krusade tires provide plenty of cushion for bumps along the way, while also being bulbous enough to track great in sand, snow, or other loose terrain. Squishing down to occupy a mere 7.2 square feet of floor space, the Radmini is an easy fit into any size stable.

Purchase: $1,500

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