The minimum and maximum seat heights are measured from the top of the seat to the top of the pedal when it is at the bottom of the pedal stroke.
|RadCity 4* (18.5" frame)||RadCity 2019
|Step-Thru 2019 and Step-Thru 3*|
|Minimum Seat Height||28"||26"||29"||24.5"|
|Maximum Seat Height||37"||34.5"||38"||33"|
* The RadCity 4 (an 18.5" frame) and the RadCity Step-Thru 3 are being released in early 2020.
For an overview of measurements and sizing recommendations for our RadCity Commuter Bike, check out the "What is the size of the RadCity Commuter Bike" Help Center Article.
For an overview of measurements and sizing recommendations for our RadCity Step-Thru Bike, check out the "What is the size of the RadCity Step-thru Bike" Help Center Article.
For more details or to order over the phone, contact Rad Power Bikes Customer Experience by email to email@example.com or by phone to (800) 939-0310 x 1.
Notice: These measurements are for current models. Previous model heights may vary slightly.
Ensure the bike fits you properly before your first use. You may lose control or fall if your bike is too big, too small, or not properly fitted to your unique body proportions. Ensure the seat is never ridden with the seat post installed above the minimum insertion point, marked on the seat post. Before each ride, ensure the seat post clamp and quick release lever is properly secured. If you do not have the experience, skill, and tools to complete assembly, fit, and adjustment, Rad Power Bikes highly recommends having a certified, reputable bike mechanic complete these procedures as well as any future adjustments.