A look at the newly announced Riese and Müller 2018 range
Riese and Müller recently released details of their new range of e-bikes, which is billed as "the definition of pure, unadulterated freedom” because of its “integration, range and riding dynamics”. The collection features several new versions of familiar machines alongside some other, more innovative designs.
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Celebrating 25 years of Riese and Müller
Heading up the range is the Delite GT signature, which is essentially the e-bike Heiko Müller and Markus Riese would choose to ride themselves. Based on the popular Delite model, it is available as a limited edition with a range of high end features. Each model is numbered and supplied with a hand-signed certificate from Riese and Müller themselves. It is available in signature black from September 2017.
Reinterpreting a classic - Riese and Müller Charger
The New Charger takes the successful
Charger design and partially integrates the Bosch PowerTube battery into the frame.
It also gives the option of using the company’s DualBattery technology to give
a better range. Its comfortable seat position makes it ideal for everyday use.
It is also available in a Mixte version with an inclined top tube as well as in
seven different equipment options. It can be purchased from October 2017 in
either pearl white, electric red metallic or black matt.
“Perfectly integrated design and
breathtaking riding dynamism”
Embodying a new concept in e-bike design,
the new Supercharger integrates Riese and Müller’s DualBattery technology into
the frame. Using two Bosch PowerTube batteries gives this model double the
range. A Supercharger mountain e-bike will also be available, as well as 10
different equipment versions. It will be released in October 2017 in either
urban silver metallic or electric blue metallic models.
Riese and Müller Roadster - “Total makeover”
The new Roadster is a fully remodelled
version of this popular e-bike, which has been designed for fast road cycling
with a minimalist style. The new design also has attractive detailing,
including narrow, low-friction tyres and mudguards in the frame colour. The
Roadster Mixte retains the attractive design and features a lower step through.
Available from September 2017, it comes in three frame sizes, four equipment
versions and offers a choice of white, matt black or electric green metallic.
Extending the Riese and Müller Packster range
The Packster 40 is a new departure for the
company; this is the first time they have offered a compact E-Cargo-Bike. It
has a loading length of 40cm and weighs a little under 30kg, so it’s a perfect
way of bridging the gap between e-bikes and larger cargo bikes, without
compromising on riding behaviour. The Packster system also allows you to choose
how you want to set your bike up; the range of options includes a box or a
carry system with a child seat.