Rad Power’s Latest E-Bike Debuts with a Streamlined New Look

RadRover 6 Plus ebike
Rad Power Bikes

Rad Power, the electric fat-tire bike manufacturer, has unveiled an upgraded model of its flagship RadRover 6 Plus with a streamlined new look. The latest RadRover 6 Plus is the brand’s first e-bike with an integrated battery, not to mention packs a slew of upgrades for its higher $1,999 starting price.

The first thing you’ll notice is the RadRover 6 Plus no longer has a big battery pack strapped to the frame. The company worked tirelessly to integrate the battery into the frame for an improved look. That said, the battery pack isn’t completely hidden, and is still removable for quick and easy charging.

Additionally, the Rover 6 includes an all-new hydraulic disc brake set with ceramic brake pads for improved stopping and less maintenance. Then, the company added a custom geared-hub motor, which delivers the same 750watts as the previous model, but will handle hills and intense rides 25-percent faster.

There’s also a new frame with a lower center of gravity for improved handling and a lower step-through, making it easier for beginners and shorter people to jump on and ride.

The company also made sure to mention its improved LED display that’s easier than ever to use. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned E-bike rider, the RadRover 6 Plus’ big and bright LED display has a large orange power button and tactile up/down arrows for ease of use.

Like the previous models, the RadRover 6 Plus will have fat tires for outdoor riding and hitting trails. This time around, it comes in a high-step or step-through option to accommodate rider heights between 5’2 and 6’4. The bike is available for pre-order today at a cool $1,999 and will start shipping on September 21st.

RadRover 6 Plus E-Bike

Rad Power Bikes’ latest RadRover 6 Plus is here with more power, disk brakes, and an integrated battery for $1,999.

via The Verge

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