Rad Power Bikes
Mike Radenbaugh built his first ebike in 2007 as a way to get to high school and back, became obsessed, and founded Rad Power Bikes. He operated as a sole proprietorship for the next several years, converting traditional bikes into electric bikes for local customers based on each person's individual needs. In 2015, he joined forces with his childhood friend and college roommate Ty Collins to bring Rad Power Bikes to a larger customer base. They relaunched the brand on Indiegogo as a consumer-direct business with their first manufactured model, the RadRover electric fat-tire bike, and have grown the brand internationally ever since.
Rad Power’s line currently consists of almost 10 models, all priced at $1,699 or less and sold direct online and at the company’s own showrooms in its hometown of Seattle as well as Vancouver, British Columbia. In 2018, the company launched a commercial division to offer ebikes for last-mile delivery, tourism rental fleets, and transportation on corporate campuses. For more information, visit the Rad Power website.