Rad Rover manual

The Rad Rover now offers a more visible orange design with 4″ wide airless tires for increased comfort while going over bumps. Other improvements include an upgraded Shimano BPM180 motor to offer 750 watts of power, improved Nuvinci transmission to deliver easier pedaling and better hill climbing performance, and new fenders so water won’t get onto your clothes*, an integrated USB charger (cord included), new headlight.

Getting the most out of your eBike requires some understanding of how to use it. That’s where having the owner’s manual comes in handy. With proper usage, there is less risk of damage, and you’ll learn how to get the most out of it.

Download the Rad Rover manual

To prevent any injury to the user or any damage to the instrument it is essential that you read the information in the Rad Rover user manual. Carefully read and follow all instructions and guidelines in this manual and give special attention to the CAUTION and WARNING statements.

We also have the manual for the RadCity ebike from Rad Power Bikes.

The latest updates come in an attractive lightweight frame that can carry up to 220 pounds (and comes available in a variety of colors). With 350 watts embedded in every 48 volts 13 Amp-hour battery pack, it will take on anything you put it through with ease.

Rad Rover Specifications

Battery
48V, 14 Ah (672 Wh) with Lithium NCA 18650 Samsung 35E cells, rated for 800 charge cycles

Charger
48V, 2 Amp Rad Power Bikes smart charger, operates on both 110V and 230V AC power outlets

Controller
48V, 500W

Display
Backlit LCD with a charge indicator, speedometer, odometer, trip odometer, pedal assist level, wattmeter, and more

Hub Motor
500W brushless Bafang geared hub motor with 80 Nm of torque, 5:1 planetary gear reduction

Lights
Front: Standard Rad Power Bikes LED headlight
Rear: Integrated taillight with brake light

Pedal Assist
Intelligent 5 level pedal assist with 12 magnet cadence sensor
Throttle Half twist throttle

Wiring
Water-resistant connectors and wiring harness

USB Ports
Display: 5V, 1 Amp

Brake Calipers
Tektro Aries (MD-M300)

Brake Levers
Aluminum alloy comfort grip levers with motor cutoff switch and integrated bell

Brake Pad Material
Sintered metal

Brake Rotors
Tektro 180 mm front and rear

Chain
KMC Z7

Crank Set
42T, 170 mm ProWheel Pioneer forged alloy, dual-sided aluminum bash guard

Derailleur
7-Speed Shimano Acera

Fenders
Full coverage front and rear

Fork
RST spring fork with lockout and preload adjustment, 80 mm travel, 135 mm hub width, 9 mm quick release
Frame
6061 aluminum

Freewheel
DNP 7-speed freewheel, 11-34T

Gearing
1 x 7-speed

Grips
Durable imitation leather ergo

Handlebar
Custom formed aluminum, 700 mm wide, 4″ rise

Headset
Semi-integrated, 1-1/8″ straight steerer tube

Kickstand
Heavy-duty aluminum with wide plastic foot

Pedals
Wellgo B087 CrMo axle, a forged aluminum platform with reflectors, standard 9/16″ x 20 TPI threading

Racks
Optional
Rims
Double-wall, 36H

Saddle
Velo Plush with lifting handle

Seatpost
Promax, 350 mm x 27.2 mm

Seatpost Clamp
Quick-release

Shifter
Shimano SL-TX50-7R thumb shifter, 7-speed

Spokes
12-gauge stainless steel, black

Stem
50 mm + 30º (15 mm rise)

Tires
Rad Power Bikes by Kenda Juggernaut 26″ x 4″, K-Shield puncture-resistant liner

Recommended Rider Heights
5’4″ – 6’2″ (163cm-188cm)

Frame Size
18″ (46cm)

Handlebar Height
46.5″ (118cm)

Handlebar Reach
16″ (41cm)

Seat Height
28″ – 36.5″ (71cm – 93cm)
*Measured from bottom of the pedal stroke

Standover Height
30.5″ (78cm)

Total Length
75″ (191 cm)
Wheelbase
45″ (114cm)

Dropout Width
Front: 135 mm
Rear: 170 mm

Bottom Bracket Shell Width
100 mm
Square Taper Bottom Bracket

Seat Tube Length
18″ (46cm)

Top Tube Length (effective)
23″ (58cm)

Headtube
146 mm

Chainstay
19.75″ (50cm)
Handlebar Width
700 mm

Crank Length
170 mm

Seatpost Diameter
27.2 mm

Max Tire Width
4″

Bike Weight
69 lb (31kg)

Payload Capacity
275 lb (125kg)

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