Prince Harry has been living in California, in Montecito, for almost a year, and he seems to have adapted to American life just perfectly. The other day, he was spotted for the first time out and about after his and his wife’s interview with Oprah aired. That would be the same interview in which the couple accused the Royal Family of refusing to protect them in the media, being openly racist, and cutting them off financially after they moved to Canada.
That discussion is more nuanced than this and best left for another time. The fact that the Duke of Sussex is a Rad lover is more straightforward: People Magazine has a photo of him riding the RadCity Step-Thru 3.
Dubbed the “ultimate commuter bike,” the RadCity is sleek and powerful, delivering a total per-charge range of 45+ miles (73 km). Powered by a 750 W direct drive hub motor and a 48V 14 Ah lithium-ion battery, it comes with integrated front and rear lights and a geometry that allows for a variety of adjustments to suit riders of various heights. The RadCity is only offered in the U.S. but is priced affordably like every other entry in the Rad Power lineup, at $1,499.
While many commenters seem quick to point out that the Duke is not wearing a helmet, or that he’s not wearing his face mask correctly, let’s try to put a positive spin on this because we need less negativity in the world. Prince Harry, living in his multi-million dollar mansion, is just like many of us when it comes to choosing affordable electric transportation on two wheels.
Prince Harry Goes on a Bike Ride During First Outing After His and Meghan Markle's Oprah Interview https://t.co/grUuSgXKlf— People (@people) March 20, 2021