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20 x 4 studded tires?

Old 08-23-21, 08:54 AM
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20 x 4 studded tires?

Help! I would like to use my radrunner for winter commuting this year but I can't seem to find studded tires for this bike. Any ideas? I think any 3.3 inch and up tire should work.(doesn't have to be 4 inch)

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Old 09-24-21, 10:10 AM
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I don't think so, Iíve followed Rad Power Bikes since 2015, when the RadRover and RadWagon were the only bikes on offer, before any models were available in Europe! Since that time, the company has expanded internationally with the introduction of two Class 2 / L1e-A models called the RadRhino and RadWagon EU Version. The Class 2 / L1e-A products erquire licensing fees and a little plate be added to the bike frameÖ but that is not the case with the brand new RadRunner EU Version. Itís a standard Class 1 pedelec. Before we really dig in, snaptube vidmate I want to call out a more complete video review, which accompanies the US version of the bike here. I got to spend more time with that product because I was visiting the US headquarters in Ballard, Washington.

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Old 09-25-21, 03:39 PM
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I'm not aware of any in that size. Had a similar problem with my bike, made them myself with screw in grip studs. I wouldn't recommend it unless you absolutely have to use it for transportation or something. It's like $400 in studs and at least a couple afternoons of your life you won't get back.
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Old 09-28-21, 10:46 AM
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Thanks for the reply. I guess I'll be sticking to my current winter bike.
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