Rad Wagon 4 Review

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Rad Wagon 4

The Rad Wagon 4 is Rad Power Bikes utility electric bike. It is designed to carry passengers, generally children in the back, with its elongated frame. The Rad Wagon 4 is the fourth installment in the Rad Wagon series and scored a 46 on our tower ebike score giving it a mediocre ebike rating.

DISCLAIMER - Rad Power Bikes and Rad Wagon 4 are trademarks of Rad Power Bikes, and use of that trademark in this review does not indicate that the reviewer is claiming any interest in the mark or any affiliation with or sponsorship or endorsement by Rad Power Bikes.

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