Born in 1993 from two German mechanical engineers, Riese and Müller is a premium e-bike brand with an offering ranging from step-through electric commuters to electric mountain bikes, electric cargo bikes and everything in between. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the latest news and reviews of Riese and Müller’s electric bikes.
Riese and Müller’s e-bikes are designed around the philosophy that there is no one e-bike for every person, but for every person there is a right e-bike. Their bikes are sleek — even the ultra-large cargo bikes made to ferry hundreds of pounds are constructed in a way that just looks good. The company began in 1993 with a revolutionary folding bike and has grown since, all the while pioneering new design and redefining what constituted a high quality bike.
The bikes exclusively use Bosch mid-drive motors, and most models are integrated — meaning the battery and motor are neatly tucked inside the frame. Riese and Müller has also taken care to tailor their bikes for different niche’s and rider preferences. The company’s full suspension eMTB, for example, comes in two flavors: the Delite, a more standard eMTB with comparable components and range to others in the category, and the Superdelite, which features two integrated batteries for long days on the bike. This theme is repeated throughout Riese and Müller’s lineup.
Like many manufacturers, Riese and Müller’s e-bikes can be bought online. The company also has dealers worldwide, including several dozen in the United States, meaning a brick-and-mortar buying experience and knowledgeable service are likely nearby.
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