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RadExpand 5 vs Engwe EP2 Pro: 6 Key Differences

  • Our rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    RadExpand 5

    Includes mudguards, lights and a kickstand.

  • Our rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Engwe EP2 Pro

    If space is at a premium then this bike is for you.

RadExpand 5 vs Engwe EP2 Pro

RadExpand 5 vs Engwe EP2 Pro: Specs

RadExpand 5Engwe EP2 Pro
Max. Range:45 miles (72km)50 miles (80km)
Wattage:750W (250W in UK & EU)750W (250W in UK & EU)
Weight:61lb (28kg)74lbs(34kg)
Load Capacity:275lb (124kg)330 lbs(150kg)
Gears:7-Speed
7-Speed
Throttle:
Lights:
Fenders:
Pannier Rack:
Estimated Price:🇬🇧 £1,649
🇺🇸 $1,549
🇪🇺 €1,899
🇬🇧 £1,020
🇺🇸 1,100
🇪🇺 €1,075

RadExpand 5 Review

Engwe EP2 Pro Review

RadExpand 5

RadExpand 5 in blue background
RadExpand 5
RadExpand 5
RadExpand 5 in two colors
  • UK Flag £1,649
  • US Flag $1,549
  • EU Flag €1,899

Prices are approximate

Weight: 28kg (61lbs)

Wattage: 750W (250W in UK & EU)

Range: 25-45 miles (40-72km)

Gears: 7-speed

Semi-folds for storage

Dips under the 30k weight

Fat tyre utility

Yet another Rad Power Bike makes it onto our list and this time it’s a bike that folds! This feature makes the RadExpand 5 a great option for those who travel or holiday with their bike.

The same fat-tyred fun that’s imparted into every Rad Power bike is present and correct as are the utility features of mudguards, lights and a kickstand.

Pros

  • Fully equipped electric fat bike
  • Handlebars easily adjust for comfort

Cons

  • Only available in black
  • Although it folds, 28kg might be too heavy for some

Engwe EP2 Pro

Engwe EP2 Pro
Engwe EP2 Pro handlebar
Engwe EP2 colours
Engwe EP2 Pro folded
  • UK Flag £1,020
  • US Flag $1,099
  • EU Flag €1,074

Prices are approximate

Weight: 34kg (74lbs)

Wattage: 750W

Range: 50 miles (80km)

Gears: 34kg (74lbs)

Folding electric fat bike

Large 750W moto

Various colour and build options

The fifth bike on our list is a folding electric fat bike. Yes – there really is such a thing! The Engwe EP2 Pro is a neat bike which combines the at-home utility of a folding bike with the out-and-riding fun of a fat bike. 

As far as the electric side of things goes, the Engwe EP2 runs a rear wheel hub motor with a large 750W motor. That’s more than enough oomph to cope with the toughest of hills, even those off road.

Pros

  • Folding feature is good for many
  • Caters for riders of different weights and heights
  • Clear digital display

Cons

  • Utilitarian looks
  • Only 3 assistance modes

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