The RadBurro, a highly-maneuverable electric cargo trike designed to reduce carbon emission and increase efficiency, will be on display at IAAPA for the first time. Rad Power Bikes, the leader in electric bike technology and alternative transportation, invites attendees to visit booth #8100 to learn how the RadBurro can address the industry’s most pressing issues, including guest experience, air quality, and facility safety.
With 750W of clean electric power, 700 pound payload capacity, and proprietary modular attachments, including Flatbed, Truck Bed, Cargo Box, and Pedicab options, the RadBurro provides amusement parks and facilities with a flexible alternative to conventional gas-powered utility vehicles. When compared to traditional cargo vehicles, electric trikes are inexpensive to own and operate, and are vastly more efficient, nimble, and green.
RadBurro specifications include:
- 700 lb. payload capacity
- Configured with proprietary Flatbed, Truck Bed, Cargo Box, and Pedicab modular attachments
- 40 to 80 mile range on a single charge
- 750W electric motor powered by a 48V 52.5Ah battery
- 5 levels of pedal assist, twist grip throttle, and reverse
- 20 MPH top speed
- 20-inch step-through steel frame and 17-inch front and rear wheels
- Available in orange; custom colors are also available on qualifying fleet purchases
“With zero fuel cost and zero emissions, low overhead, a small carbon footprint, and excellent maneuverability, the RadBurro is arguably the most affordable and practical vehicle alternative for its intended geographies,” said Brian Rinckenberger, Commercial Division Director at Rad Power Bikes. “We are already seeing the RadBurro help parks’ reduce carbon emissions and noise pollution while maintaining mobility of staff, cargo, and equipment on campus.”
For pricing and more information on the RadBurro, stop by IAAPA booth #8100 or visit www.radpowerbikes.com/pages/commercial.
ABOUT RAD POWER BIKES
Rad Power Bikes is the nation’s largest direct-to-consumer electric bike company dedicated to bringing fun, alternative transportation options to the masses. The company was born in rural California in the summer of 2007 when the founders launched their first ebike prototypes. Since then, they have been at the forefront of sustainable electric vehicle development and accessibility, and in 2017 were named to Forbes and Inc. Magazine’s “30 Under 30” lists, and the Entrepreneur 360™ list. Based in Seattle, the team of passionate ebike enthusiasts, product designers and entrepreneurs create ebikes that are built for everything and priced for everyone.
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