One of the most popular e-bike lines in the U.S. is Seattle-based Rad Power Bikes. Since its launch in 2007 Rad Power Bikes has made a name for itself in the direct-to-consumer space with e-bikes that fit a broad range of needs at value-packed prices.
Rad Power Bikes made its name with e-bikes aimed at mobility, with plenty of models aimed at commuters and families. More recently, they’ve moved into cargo and utility e-bikes and have even started producing an adult e-trike.
Whether it’s a family looking at the RadWagon 4 for toting their kids or someone living in a studio apartment considering the folding RadExpand 5, Rad Power Bikes makes something to accommodate a rider’s needs and nearly every one of their e-bikes goes for less than $2000.
Making an e-bike fit the user’s needs often requires the addition of a rear rack, basket or saddle bags. Rad Power Bikes markets their own line of accessories compatible with their e-bikes, and even details which products work with which e-bikes.
In addition to making their e-bikes available direct-to-consumer, Rad Power Bikes maintains 10 retail locations around the country where shoppers can see the e-bikes up close and go for test rides.