The RadRunner is their other super popular model because it easily folds up and you can put in the trunk of your car. In fact, as I was researching Rad bikes, a neighbor I do not know rode by me and I chased him down to ask him about the bike. He was a younger, athletic guy and he uses this as a regular work commuter and for trips to the market. The ONLY thing he was not excited about was the special size of tires.
The more practical RadCity shown below certainly does not look as macho at the RadRover, but I was curious to it’s ability to ride moderate off-road and dirt. For the Demo Day, they only had the RadCity-Step-Thru which I rode. This bike model seemed the most practical for my needs and it would be a toss-up if I did the step-through version or the regular RadCity. The Step-Through looks a little girly to me but it is certainly easier to get rolling.