Radmini mods that I've done...

Thom473

Member
Pretty much, the radmini is just what I needed out of the box. But, I did discard the useless tool kit that comes with it and replaced it with "Fix-it-Sticks". I needed a rear view mirror. Only need one for the left side since I stay to the right. So I got one at Amazon that I mounted under the left handlebar. Tiny thing but does the job and went on with no tools. I got a cool shopping bag that turns into a backpack at Amazon for $10. I also got a horse saddlebag set that is nylon and lined to keep leakage inside (ie, flexible cooler). I easily modified it to attach to the rear rack ($20). I bought a combination bike lock and an extension coiled spring for security, I attach both to the front rack when cycling. And I got insurance for $100 a year. I got a helmet. Most recently, I bought a thumb throttle that grips onto the twist throttle from Amazon for $5.

SO, didn't have to get much to make my Radmini "perfect for me".
 

Thom473

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I got specialty insurance for my ebike through Markel Insurance. $100 deductible. Covers theft and other stuff. I was going to use my homeowners but found out that if I have a claim because of the bike, my homeowners insurance costs will go up...so for $100, it is better for me. https://www.markelcorp.com/about-markel/~/media/463b7b62e556484bb72c40e5fd6a9248.ashx You can look at their offerings and limitations if you follow that link or other links within there.
 
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