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Owner Tools

Welcome to the Rad Community

Below, find tools that will help you along your journey of new ebike ownership.


2019 RadWagon

RadMini 4

RadRhino 5

RadRhino Step Thru 1/ RadRover Step Thru 1

RadWagon 4

RadMission Electric Metro Bike

Accessory Installation Videos

Like with any bike (electric or not), you will be required to do some routine maintenance to your new ebike to ensure it runs well for years to come. This means periodic adjustments, replacement worn components, and keeping the bike clean. Below, we have outlined the recommended steps you should take to maintain your ebike to keep you riding rad!


Before Your First Ride
  • Brakes can rub right out of the box. This is both ok and completely normal and will go away with use.
  • Make sure handlebar cables are routed correctly after bars were installed. Turning the bars to the left and right should not pull too hard on any of the cables or wires.
  • Make sure your pedals are tight using a pedal wrench or longer 15mm box wrench if possible.
  • They should be torqued to 35 Nm or 25 ft-lbs.
  • Check that the connectors on the bike are all plugged in securely and that nothing loosened up in shipping.
Before Every Ride
  • Battery is properly locked onto the bike
  • Front wheel quick release is centered in drop outs and lever is in the fully closed position, not touching the fork
  • Axle nuts are tightened to 45 Nm
  • Handlebars and stem bolts are tight
  • Brake bolts are tight and brakes are functioning properly
  • Wheels are free from debris and nothing is stuck in the spokes
  • Tires are properly inflated as recommended in the Owner's Manual.