I have narrowed it down to two

Jgreen92

New Member
I used my RadRover today and I am very happy with it. It can go up to 23.8 mph with me on it which is a satisfying speed. Peddle assist level one works better than I thought, I still can get exercise on peddle assist 1 but go at about 15 mph at the same time. It is also the most comfortable bike I have ever ridden, the high handlebars make it so there is zero lean which is very nice. The fat tires really give a stable feeling compared to my other bike and going over bumps is nothing on it. And I just love the look of the fat tires, it makes it look like a motorcycle.

I think the only people that would describe this bike as crap are people who have never ridden one.
 
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Hectors Ghost

Active Member
I used my RadRover today and I am very happy with it. It can go up to 23.8 mph with me on it which is a satisfying speed. Peddle assist level one works better than I thought, I still can get exercise on peddle assist 1 but go at about 15 mph at the same time. It is also the most comfortable bike I have ever ridden, the high handlebars make it so there is zero lean which is very nice. The fat tires really give a stable feeling compared to my other bike and going over bumps is nothing on it. And I just love the look of the fat tires, it makes it look like a motorcycle.

I think the only people that would describe this bike as crap are people who have never ridden one.
I'm afraid you have that wrong-way-around... I think perhaps you haven't ridden the opposite extreme to be able to compare, and I have ridden a Rover. I agree with the upright seating, more tour bike style. I could have used those big fat tires today on about 20% of the ride, very large gravel and unstable. But... fat tires can't beat a full suspension for comfort or handling and are horrible on rolling resistance. I'm sure they are fun but I wouldn't spend money on one and my Rohloff alone costs more than a Rover so it's not about the cost. No offense man it's just my opinion.
 

GBX77

New Member
JGreen
Congrats on the new Bike and your enjoying the keyword is your Happy with the Comfort that will keep you going a long way down the road !!!
EnJoy
 

AHicks

Well-Known Member
I used my RadRover today and I am very happy with it. It can go up to 23.8 mph with me on it which is a satisfying speed. Peddle assist level one works better than I thought, I still can get exercise on peddle assist 1 but go at about 15 mph at the same time. It is also the most comfortable bike I have ever ridden, the high handlebars make it so there is zero lean which is very nice. The fat tires really give a stable feeling compared to my other bike and going over bumps is nothing on it. And I just love the look of the fat tires, it makes it look like a motorcycle.

I think the only people that would describe this bike as crap are people who have never ridden one.

As good as the ride is, suspension seat posts are still a pretty popular option. Ride it for a bit, and fix whatever you don't like! One of the nicest features is that you can take the bike in quite a few directions easily, using easy to find, inexpensive, over the counter parts....

Congrats on the new bike!
 

Jgreen92

New Member
I want a different seat at least because the ridges on it cause some butt-pain lol. I will hold off on upgrading the battery and motor until probably next year as it goes quite fast as is and lasts a good while. A rear rack as well so I can put some food on there and flat fixing parts.