FreeRadical Bicycle Extender
The FreeRadical is a bicycle extension that converts an existing road or mountain bike into a cargo-swallowing utility bike. Click to see if your bike is compatible with the FreeRadical.
Includes: FreeRadical Frame, Build Kit (accessories not included)
|Materials||FreeRadical Frame: 4130 CroMoly, durable double powder coat|
|Weight||FreeRadical Frame: 4.5 lbs, Build Kit: 2.6 lbs|
|Load Limit||Carries up to three children, or a maximum of two PeaPod III. Refer to the deck load limit of your bicycle when transporting children on the deck.|
FreeRadical Compatibility Checklist: Click here to see if your bike is FreeRadical-ready
|Brakes||Natively compatible with V-brakes on 26" wheels, V-brakes do work with 700c wheels using a 700c adapter. Disk brakes require 160mm rear adapter and a 203mm rotor.|
|Maximum Tire Size||700x32 or 26X2.35. (Sorry, no 29" compatibility.)|
|Internally Geared Hubs||Compatible with internally geared hubs spaced to 135mm, use of a chain tensioner is highly recommended to avoid chain scrub on the Kickback.|
The FreeRadical is guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects for one (1) year from the original date of purchase.
Defective products will be repaired or replaced at Xtracycle's discretion. To determine if a warranty claim is valid you may be required to return the product to Xtracycle for inspection. Xtracycle is not responsible for removal, installation or shipping costs. This warranty applies only to the original buyer and is not transferable.
This warranty does not cover damage from use of this product outside of its intended range or that resulting from modification or neglect. It also does not cover wear and tear resulting from the normal use of the product.
We stand behind our products and expect them to serve you well. If think you have a warranty issue, please email us with as much information as you can. Particularly helpful information includes: Pictures of the issue, any background on how and where you were using the product when you discovered the issue, and proof of purchase.
Thank you for your help in resolving your warranty inquiry as efficiently as possible.
These instructions are up-to-date for all FreeRadicals produced between now and 2009.
There are some small differences for FreeRadicals made in 2008 and before, and these old instructions may be helpful.
Ever wanted to know what to call that one tube that goes up and down in the front? The FreeRadical anatomy document covers everything you wanted to know about part names.