After testing the RadRover Electric Fat Bike for miles, it has proved its versatility. It is an all-terrain bike.
It has a 750-watt motor combined with 4 inch wide tyres which makes it very rugged on the road. The bike is impressive with its large Samsung 48V 14ah cells lithium battery.
The RadRover Electric Fat Bike is very strong which makes for a steady ride feel, an upright relaxed ride position, and a solid look.
The electric bike features strong front and back cargo racks for becoming a hauling good during errands and weekend journeys.
We are going to delve into the characteristics and features of the electric bike.
Riding the RadRover Electric Bike
In general, there are some characteristics of the Rad Power Bikes RadRover that really stands out from the crowd when riding this electric fat bike. They are as follows:
- 4″ wide tyres for all kinds of terrain – mud, sand, snow. It has a powerful 750 watts geared rear hub motor that has a pedal assist & throttle
- A top-notch performance with its high capacity cells battery made by Samsung
Design of radar over Electric Bike
The key structure of the RadRover is its hydroformed 6061 aluminium frame that is shaped to fit perfectly for a wide range of riders and to provide the fat tyres with considerable balance.
There is 26 x 4 inches Kenda Juggernaut Fat tyres fit well within the frame of the Bike for the proper clearing of mud or snow.
The downtube of the frame has a great flat surface for integration of the battery on the downtube of the frame. This low and centred battery location is well placed for overall bike handling and experience.
It is fitted with a 48V 14Ah (672Wh) lithium battery pack that makes use of the Samsung 35E cells. This helps to power the motor and front headlight. The solid battery pack has been rated to be around 800 charge cycles.
Rad Power Bikes placed the 7.6-pound battery pack in a convenient location on the downtube for proper weight. That helps with the overall handling of the bike.
The centre mounted LCD display provides information:
- Battery level
- Odometer & trip distance
- Current speed, average speed, max speed
- Pedal assist level. There are 5 levels of pedal assist. The RadRover makes use of a cadence sensor for the pedal assist system.
- Watts that the motor is providing