Rad Power Bikes reveals more user-friendly next gen e-bike RadRover 6 Plus for $1,999

Electric fat tire bike manufacturer Rad Power Bikes has unveiled the latest model of its flagship RadRover, and at $1,999, it appears to be cheaper than its predecessor, which goes for $1,699. The updates on the RadRover 6 Plus are emblematic of the company’s mission to enhance rider experience, especially for those who don’t identify as bike riders but are looking for a more eco-friendly way to travel.

“We develop powerful, reliable bikes, bikes that are confidence-inspiring and easy to use,” Redwood Stephens, chief product officer of Rad Power Bikes, told TechCrunch. “We’ve completely redesigned the system to have a new user interface, big buttons, big text illuminated. The

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