Lastly, I drove the RadWagon and it was a RAD WAGON. Really pretty darn cool. If I had kids or I lived in a dense city like Portland, this would be my #1 choice. The center-stand was a bonus feature and the power was plentiful to get up and rolling at 20mph in under a minute.
With the lower price point, your probably get what you pay for. From my neighbor, he has expressed the customer service folks are responsive and no problems standing by their warranty. Spending $3500 for my first electric bike vs. $1500 becomes a no-brainer. I think 2020 will usher in me owning and riding a RadCity – I will come up with my own handlebars and other farkles, but, for 15 benji’s, it seems way better than going to the gym.
If you never did you should. These things are fun and fun is good. – Dr. Seuss