Just another bread run in the Radwagon.
So, the #ebikechallenge evolved for us. We started at, "Is there an ebike that can handle me?" Then it became "What can this ebike do?" Now it's become, "Let me tell you why you want this Radwagon."
I'm not here to compare specs on parts. I'm here to tell you that this bike works. It hauls multiple people, loads and loads of groceries, and we have verified that it can easily pull a couch on our trailer. This bike deserves all the attention that it gets every single time we go out. And gosh, people will walk right up to you and ask you very direct questions about this bike. So many people that we've met in our home town talk about how they want one just so they can stop buying gas, but are unsure about how they handle in real life, or if it is actually worth the investment of going electric. Or like the elderly man that was so excited that we pulled up to check out his estate sale because he kept seeing us out and about and grinned ear to ear while telling us, "You know, you're cheating the system." It feels like that every time we're out on it.
Just a picture of us out by a farm.
The desert summer was super hot, so we did some night trips for groceries.
The Radwagon legitimately carries two adults. It will also hold an additional child and pull a trailer. This bike is a beast.
We ran across this beat up gas can on the side of the road. It felt like it was full of symbolism, so I grabbed a picture and we rode away on the Radwagon.
We took the Radwagon to meet the solar panel farm. It was like kindred spirits.
You could pay way too much for an electric bike, or you could buy a Radwagon. Tell them Danny Dannels sent you.
And we made another video about the life of our Radwagon. See you next time!