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Rad Modifications / Re: Water Bottle Cages for Rad Bikes
« Last post by Rjbur007 on July 25, 2019, 10:29:34 PM »
There is a shop out of Denver who is making some custom parts for Rad Power Bikes. See picture attached - this is pretty slick way to mount your water bottle although also a bit pricey:

https://mri-denver.com/shop?olsPage=products%2Ffront-bottle-holder-mounting-bracket

Just ordered two white ones for my wifeís RadWagon and mine as well.

Thanks!!


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Rad Modifications / Re: Trunk bag mounted on Rad rear rack
« Last post by Boycech on July 19, 2019, 05:26:53 PM »
Thank you! I think I will just go with the Velcro straps.


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Rad Modifications / Re: Trunk bag mounted on Rad rear rack
« Last post by Ryan on July 19, 2019, 04:11:54 PM »
I believe you can buy the MRI-Denver MTX plates which are then compatible with the Topeak bags though that probably won't save you much over swapping out the rack: https://mri-denver.com/shop?olsPage=t%2Frad-power-bike-accessories

Alternatively you could get the strap style bags which is probably the easiest option. I am personally not aware of any bags that fit the Rad rear racks off the shelf though maybe someone else can chime in here.
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General Chat / Re: Bike Lock
« Last post by Hehateme on July 19, 2019, 01:30:53 AM »
If you care about properly locking your bike with the front wheel, a U lock wonít work because the tires are too wide. You might want to go with a chain style lock.


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Rad Modifications / Trunk bag mounted on Rad rear rack
« Last post by Boycech on July 18, 2019, 03:47:35 PM »
Anybody know what bag will work that attaches on the rear rack without having to swap out the Rad Rack I already purchased? I have the pannier bags from Rad but would like to mount a bag on top of the rack that can be easily removed. I know Topeak has one but you have to buy their rack. Thanks!


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General Chat / Re: Introduce yourself!
« Last post by Hehateme on July 18, 2019, 04:20:16 AM »

I went with these Spyke disc brakes, the stock ones were pretty annoying to adjust properly.
I wish I could find a decent fork that didnít cost $500:(


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General Chat / Re: Introduce yourself!
« Last post by Hehateme on July 18, 2019, 04:11:24 AM »
Hello
Iím in Kent WA. Iíve been riding Maple valley single track. Also Palouse to Cascade rail to trail. Itís about 40 miles from rattlesnake ridge to the snoqualmie train tunnel and back.
I like these renthal bars and Chester pedals.


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General Chat / Re: Introduce yourself!
« Last post by Ryan on July 17, 2019, 07:06:58 PM »
Hi, Iím Chad from St. Paul, MN. I Love my 2019 Radrover! Iíve put about 100 miles on it this past week.


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Welcome Chad! It's certainly peak riding season here in the midwest (I'm in Wisconsin). Nice view and looks like a pretty comfy seat you've put on.
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General Chat / Introduce yourself!
« Last post by Boycech on July 17, 2019, 03:53:42 PM »
Hi, Iím Chad from St. Paul, MN. I Love my 2019 Radrover! Iíve put about 100 miles on it this past week.


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Rad Modifications / Child Carrier/Trailer with RadWagon and others
« Last post by Ryan on July 17, 2019, 03:32:09 AM »
A lot of folks wonder how it is possible to use a child trailer with Rads. While every trailer is slightly different I wanted to create a thread where folks can share what they've done to attach trailers. Here is how the trailer I have connects. It's a clamp style so I opted to cut custom running boards on my RadWagon and saved the stock ones in case I want to use them again. While I wouldn't want to put a ton of weight in the back it seems to be holding up just fine so far. See pictures below


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