The RadRover is designed to carry one adult with the option to transport one additional small child* in the Thule Yepp Maxi Child Seat, mounted on the RadRover rear rack, provided the rider, child, and accessories do not exceed the total payload capacity, 275 lb.
*A child transported on the back of the RadRover must weigh 40.5 lb or less since the Thule Yepp Maxi Seat weights approximately 4.5 lb and the RadRover rear rack has a 45 lb weight capacity.
Notice: The use of certified and approved child seating and equipment, including the optional RadRover rear rack, are required whenever carrying children. Increased weight from passengers will increase the time it takes to slow the bike when braking, please plan your stops accordingly. Ensure both front and rear brakes are properly adjusted, maintained, and applied. Ensure that rider and the child passenger are wearing a properly fitted and approved bicycle helmet. Passengers should sit directly over or forward of the rear wheel on the Rear Rack, and no more than 9 kg (20 lb) should be loaded over the rear 1/3 of the optional Rear Rack.
You MUST hold onto the bike whenever loading cargo. The kickstand is not designed to be used for loading cargo. Do not assume the bike is stable and balanced when using the kickstand. Always hold onto the bike when cargo is being loaded, in place, or attached to the bike by Rad Power Bikes.
Never leave the bike unattended with children on the bike. Ensure children are removed from the bike before you look away or walk away from the bike, otherwise the bike could tip over and cause serious injury to your most precious cargo.
If you do not have the experience, skill, and tools to securely install and adjustment the child seat on your bike, Rad Power Bikes highly recommends having a certified, reputable bike mechanic do so and ensure the bike is safe to ride.