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Radrover Power Bicycles

Joined
Jun 9, 2007
Messages
2,556
Location
Waco
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We just got two power bikes in the mail (his & hers)

Set up was easy, attach: handlebars, frontwheel, & headlight

4in fat tires, first impression very nice

Electric pedal assist in 5 levels

Will go 20mph for 20 miles on throttle

Up to 40 miles on pedal assist

Obviously not for steep & long hills

We are going to try some trails ....

Is it kinda of like a motorcycle???
 
Joined
Jan 23, 2007
Messages
153
Location
Parker (Plano)
First Name
Roland
Last Name
Donnell
Impressive price point. This LEED front hub 40 mile rated E bike conversion installed on my girl friends cruiser was 900.00. About half the cost of your whole bike. She agrees with the fun factor and the stealth aspect. Not sure about their one size fits all but you've got to start some place. To big for her though. It will be interesting to follow the reviews.


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Joined
Aug 15, 2006
Messages
7,065
Location
Huntsville
First Name
Rob
Last Name
Vaughan
Impressive price point. This LEED front hub 40 mile rated E bike conversion installed on my girl friends cruiser was 900.00. About half the cost of your whole bike. She agrees with the fun factor and the stealth aspect. Not sure about their one size fits all but you've got to start some place. To big for her though. It will be interesting to follow the reviews.


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One size fits all?? I'm not sure either! Pretty heavy if you have to pedal home without motor help. Cool idea tho.
 
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