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Take Up to $700 Off Rad Power E-Bikes and Save On Accessories

Get great deals on electric bikes, bike locks and more, making it a great time to invest in an eco-friendly rider.

Adrian Marlow Contributor
Adrian is a deals and updates writer on the Commerce team at CNET. With a love of books, entertainment, travel, tabletop games and, yes, even fandom, they can often be found at concerts, RenFest, Dragon Con or at home binge-watching everything from new hits to classics. After graduating from Kennesaw State with a B.A. in English and Professional Writing, Adrian had a short gig in casting, followed by a long stint teaching English lit, theater and film. Adrian enjoys sharing insights and favorite finds with their readers.
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E-bikes continue to grow in popularity -- for good reason. They're more convenient than walking and cheaper than investing in a car. Plus, an electric bike can help you traverse across campus or commute to work with ease. They're eco-friendly, too. And there are off-road models for when you want to head outside of the city on an adventure. Right now, Rad Power Bikes is offering a ton of deals on e-bikes and accessories, saving you up to $700 on a new ride. The deals expire at different times, so we've tried to note them for you below where applicable. 

If you're looking for a commuter bike, the RadCity 5 Plus is a solid choice. You can reach a distance of up to 50 miles per charge and it has a backlit LCD display for a quick look at your speed, battery life, odometer and more. It also has five levels of pedal assist to help you tackle inclines on your journey. It regularly lists for $1,999, but it's marked down by $150 right now, meaning you'll pay just $1,849 now through May 31.

Now, if you tend to have a lot to carry, you're going to want a place to store your cargo. The RadWagon 4 is a great option and even landed a spot on our roundup of the best electric bikes for this year. It can carry up to 350 pounds, has a range of up to 45 miles per charge and includes an integrated rear rack. It's also $150 off right now, bringing it to $1,849 through May 31.

And if you're looking for the lowest price, you may want to check out the RadRover 6 Plus. It's a fat-tire bike that can tackle your commute or go off-road, exploring trails and other terrain and providing a range of up to 45 miles per charge. It has a durable front-suspension fork and hydraulic disc-breaks, which should keep you and your bike safe in tough environments. And right now it's just $1,399 -- that's a whopping $700 discount. 

If you need a child seat so your kid can ride with you, the Thule Yepp Maxi child seat is down to $200 -- that's a $50 discount -- now through May 29. It's designed to carry children between 9 months and 6 years of age, with a maximum weight of 40 pounds. You can also save on the steel Abus Bordo Granit X-Plus 6500 folding lock now through June 30 to keep your bike safe from would-be thieves. The 85-centimeter model is down to $129 (save $50), while the 110-cm version is available for $150 (save $60).