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Radmini’s 2018 is an electric fat bike, which adds the huge feature of foldability to an electric bike. While the term fat bike comes from the bicycles tires. In the case of the Radmini bike, the tires are 20 x 4 inches. Those fat tires fit a frame designed for riders between 5’2” and 6’2”. The lineup of this e-bike has a brand new line of racks and baskets that are compatible across all 2018 models. The 2018 RadMini no longer have a front rack.

The bike has upgraded battery to 14Ah new Samsung 3-5E cells and are super energy-dense and reliable. RadMini suspension fork has 60 mm of travel, pre-load adjustment, and lockout. Combined with the fat tires, you’re in for one smooth ride.

The eBike

The RadMini is the first and only electric folding fat bike that has options. Wither you can go with heavy duty front (optional) and rear cargo racks and a powerful 750W, 48V power system. Both are equipped with comfortable but compact 20″ x 4″ tires. The RadMini can be conveniently folded in order to store and transport the bike more easily. The e-bike has the ability to take on many tasks you would not expect from a folding bike such as hauls from the grocery store, challenging terrain, and rough roads without any trouble and sweat.

The bike also comes decked out with a seven speed Shimano Acera drivetrain, 180mm Tektro mechanical disk brakes, and an integrated headlight. The motor is a Bafang geared hub capable of 20 mph and an estimated range of 25 to 45 miles. A full LCD display monitors your stats with a speedometer, watt-meter, and an odometer. The electric part of the Radmini is powered by a 48V 14AH battery pack rated for 800 charges. And before you get worked up about weight, the battery only weighs 7.7 pounds.

Well the most unique quality is that this e-bike can bend. From its full size, the bike can be folded down to conform to a space that is 44 x 24 x 29 inches. So, there is no need for storage racks in the garage or bike racks on the back of the vehicle car. It will fit into your closet or into the trunk of your car. You can also pick up front and back racks for carrying cargo on those longer rides.

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