In this video well be taking a close look at the RadWagon 4 testing, the bike with kids, cargo And looking at the different specs features and mentioning a couple, drawbacks. Well also show you some of the best accessories that you should know about. For this. Cargo ebike. Well put links to the best price and deals on the RadWagon, 4 eBike, so be sure to check the links in the description along with all the accessories we featured in this video.. The RadWagon 4 is available from Rad Powers website and has a starting price of 2000, and you can choose between 3 different colors orange black or white. For shipping and setup. You can choose to have your bike shipped and assemble it yourself or have it assembled and pick it up at a local bike shop for an extra 200.. They even have a mobile service available in certain cities through VeloFix, which will deliver the bike fully assembled for 250.. We chose to get ours shipped and assemble. It ourselves. It. Ships in a large box and inside youll find the bike neatly packaged. For assembly. Youll need to install the handlebar front wheel and the front mud flaps., Its pretty straightforward and RadPower has a great installation, video that shows you how to do it step by step. For the design of the RadWagon 4. It features an aluminum frame with quality welds throughout.. The wheels are 22 inches in diameter and 3 inches wide, which allows for a lower center of gravity and helps overall balance of the bike.
. The seat has a telescoping seatpost, which allows the seat to go either really low or much higher up so its good for riders, as short as 51 and as tall as 64.. We also really like the sweptback handlebars, which are quickly adjustable to different heights and angles by lifting a lever.. This makes it perfect to switch it up for different riders on the go.. Looking at specs, the RadWagon 4 has a 750 watt motor built in to the rear wheel. For top speed. It can get up to 20mph and has plenty of power, so youll be able to climb hills without an issue.. The bike gives you up to 5 pedal. Assist modes which you can change using the updown buttons on the left.. You also have a Shimano 7 speed, shifter and derailleur outfitted on the bike. To accelerate. You can also use the Twist throttle on the right hand, side and its live from the start. So you dont need to pedal if you dont want to. For brakes. The RadWagon 4 has Tektro mechanical disc brakes in the front and rear which you can count on to bring you to a quick stop.. The battery is a 48v pack with 672 watt hours and its located on the front of the frame.. You can easily remove the battery with a key lock to bring it inside to charge which plugs into a standard wall outlet and takes 4 6 hours to charge.. For range, you can get between 25 45 miles per charge, which is dependent on how much cargo youre carrying and how fast you ride and how much pedal assist or throttle you use.
. The max payload of the RadWagon 4 is up to 350lb, which is a good amount of weight to carry.. Looking at the cargo area of the bike, the base model comes with just the wood deck., But you have a bunch of different configurations and accessories. You can add to customize your wagon. For passengers, you can add Deckpads running boards or the Caboose, which gives additional stability and security for your kiddos or cargo. Loading up your kids. You place the bike up on the kickstand, which has 2 legs and is made of steel, so its super strong., Its so steady that it allows the kids to load themselves without worrying about it. Tipping over., The kickstand is also spring loaded, so its quick to engage or fold up.. We got ours with the Running Boards, Caboose and a deckpad.. This allows you to have one passenger while still having space to fit a crate to load. Some gear. RadPower also sells accessories like the Deckhand thats, a bicycle like grip for a kid in the rear or Cargo bags for hauling gear on the sides., And we even got to test the Conestoga add on which attaches to the Caboose and creates full protection from Rain or wind for your passengers., It has front back and side windows which creates visibility in all directions.. The inside has a small mesh pocket, while the outside has a large rear pocket for extra storage.. You even have the ability to fold up the side doors to create more air flow.
. Other specs on this bike and added features include the Backlit LCD screen that will display the battery speed, odometer trip distance and the current pedal assist mode. Youre, in. Theres. Also a watt meter, so you know how much power youre using from the battery.. They also include a USB port on the side, so you can plug in and charge your phone, which is a nice bonus. For lights. The RadWagon 4 has both front and rear LED lights.. We really like the front headlight thats bright, along with the rear that also functions as a brake light.. The lights are always on by default when you turn the bike on, but you can toggle the lights by holding the up arrow. A few potential drawbacks that we noticed on the RadWagon 4.. First, theres no suspension either front or back., So youll definitely feel any large bumps and cracks in the road. So we recommend sticking to the streets and bike paths.. Also, since the tires are 22 and 3 inches wide, its actually a custom size, so tube replacements will be harder to find, so your local bike shop probably wont have those tubes in stock unless they are a RadPower seller., But you can always buy spare tubes directly From RadPower., Finally, we think that if youre planning on using the RadWagon for kids, the price of the kid carrier for the 2 deck pads running boards and Caboose will cost you an extra 379, its a little steep.
When compared to Radio Flyers, new L885 cargo eBike. It has a kid carrier with a dual function design, so you can zip it up and store cargo in the basket., Its a little cheaper than Rad Power with a better design..