About the RadWagon 4
Ideal for carrying mid-to-large-sized loads like groceries, restaurant food, and even your significant other, the RadWagon 4 could well be a complete replacement for your station wagon or minivan.
With its solidly built aluminum frame and comfortable riding position thanks to an adjustable seat height and handlebars, the RadWagon 4 accommodates people between 5’1″ to 6’4″. If you run out of battery, you can even put in another, fully charged one thanks to the ease of swapping out batteries. You’ll know you’re running low thanks to the built-in LCD display with a backlight.
This aspect of the bike has another cool outcome — you can pull the battery out to recharge it, meaning that you don’t have to leave it near a power outlet between rides.
Reasons to Buy
Well thought through and designed, the RadWagon 4 could well be the answer to your business needs if you deliver goods to customers. For family use, it could wipe out your need to use the car at all.
This e-cargo-bike can carry 350 lbs of rider and cargo, a full 50 lbs more than any other bike in the Rad Power range of electric bikes. This could mean an adult man could take an adult woman along as a passenger — what a ride to go on a date!
Though not specifically designed as a love machine, you’ll love the comfort of riding it. This go-anywhere cargo bike has a number of optional extras that — even fully specced up — will obliterate the competition in terms of price. A premium end cargo bike from Europe could cost you well over $5,000 to carry very similar loads.
Things to Consider
With a 7-speed analog drivetrain, beware of riding this on very hilly terrain without the motor — you’ll break a big sweat! It has a very heavy frame that comes in at 76.7 lbs — a big penalty for all the good things it offers as extras. This certainly isn’t a bike you’d want to lug up and down steps or store in a small apartment. If being lightweight and foldable are two big concerns for you, we’d recommend a bike like Rad Power Bikes RadExpand 5 instead.