RadRover Electric Fat Bike

Apr 22, 2015

Category: Rides

Versatility with an electric bike is pretty important. No one wants their fun or commute to get stymied by sand or snow, and the RadRover Electric Fat Bike promises to never let that happen.

This ebike features a Samsung 48 volt 11.6 Ah battery that produces 750 watts of power, making it capable of a 20 mph top speed and a range of 20+ miles, and with 4” wide Kenda fatbike tires, pretty much any terrain can be conquered. Highlights include a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame, brushless geared hub motor, suspension fork, 7-speed Shimano drive train, leather grips and comfort saddle, front and rear Tektro disc brakes, stainless steel spokes, double wall rims, and a remote controlled integrated high-powered LED headlight. Pre-orders are now available at $1,199. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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