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Bradley Even-Cut 22" Belt-Drive Commercial Push Mower


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                                         SKU: 22BP-B8.50

Bradley high-wheel commercial push mowers excel across various landscapes, whether it's a compact residential yard or a rugged commercial terrain. Featuring 16" rear wheels, they offer enhanced maneuverability and complete control in any environment. Their straightforward, yet robust design ensures enduring performance and reliability.


-The heavy-duty all steel construction is rugged and built to stand the test of time.

-A Briggs & Stratton Professional series, 190CC engine with 8.5 ft-lbs of gross torque provides abundant power for any job

-16" rear high-wheels make mowing rough and bumpy terrain a breeze

-Front swivel wheels allow for precise turning and better overall maneuverability

-The belt-driven blade protects the engine from harmful damage caused by blade impact



  • Briggs & Stratton Professional series engine
  • 190CC
  • 8.5 ft-lbs of gross torque
  • Recoil start
  • 1.6 qt fuel capacity
  • Heavy-duty steel, 14 gauge deck
  • Blades: x1 - 22"
  • Cut height: 2" to 3.75"
  • Oil capacity: 18-20oz
  • Solid rear tires available
  • Mulch plate available


  • Weight - 117 LBS
  • Height - 42" 
  • Length - 78"
  • Width with deflector on - 29"
  • Width with deflector off - 22.5"
  • Rear tires: 16"
  • Front tires: 8 x 1.75


  • 1 year / unlimited hours
  • Please see warranty page for comprehensive details


-Commercial delivery with a forklift or dock available or freight terminal pick-up - call to get quote

-Residential delivery with liftgate service - $350

-Factory pick-up - free

-Shipping is to contiguous 48 states

-Contact us for shipping to AK, HI, P.R.

-For orders of two or more machines, additional shipping charges may apply. Please contact us before ordering to receive a shipping quote.

SKU: 22BP-B8.50


  • Briggs & Stratton 8.50 Gross Torque (190cc) Recoil Start Engine
  • 22" Cutting Width
  • Protects Engine from Blade Impacts
  • Heavy-Duty Steel Deck
  • 16" Rear High Wheels
  • 2"-3.75" Adjustable Cutting Height
  • Optional Mulching Kit


(Based on 2 reviews)

August 02, 2020
I purchased 22" push mower. Best push mower on the market. This machine is a beast! Nothing complicated about this mower, well built and simple. So easy to push. Worth every penny!

September 06, 2023
Received my 22” Bradley push mower about 3 months ago. Assembly was simple and straightforward. While assembling I was impressed by the quality of construction. This thing is really built. My purpose for buying it is to cut the tall grass growing on the back part of our property which has been overgrown since we bought it. It’s very thick, weedy stuff and I was not at all sure that this mower would cut it, but no worries. It plowed through that stuff easily.
It starts easy and best of all it’s belt-driven so its protected from damage if we accidentally hit a little stump or other obstacle. So far very happy with this machine: simple, rugged, and well-built.

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Get In Touch

Bradley Mowers is an outdoor power equipment manufacturer located on a 14-acre complex one hour south of Chicago, Illinois. With over 300,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space, We are well positioned to distribute its products throughout the United States. Please feel free to call 815-935-8383 or fill out our online form with any questions or concerns you may have.

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