Riese and Müller Electric Bikes
Available at all Wheel & Sprocket locations!
Wheel & Sprocket is an exclusive dealer of the German pioneering designed and made Riese & Müller electric bikes complete with Bosch drive systems. Their passion for bikes and innovation, as well as Riese & Muller’s perfectionist approach, have resulted in state-of-the-art and the highest quality E-Bikes, E-Cargo Bikes and folding bikes. O
We have all Riese & Müller eBikes that can be custom ordered to meet your needs. Stop by to take a test ride.
E-Bikes with state-of-the-art suspension technology
Riese & Müller E-Bikes feature innovative, top of line safety equipment on all of their models. All Riese & Müller models are factory-configured for daytime running lights. They use ABS braking systems that allow your bike to come to a safe standstill when braking abruptly without locking up the front wheel. Several models include full suspension “Control Technology” to take on the challenges of the rough roads and trails. The active rear swing arm, optimized front wheel suspension and co-sprung luggage carrier ensure a smooth ride and maximum ground contact on all roads.
Dual Batteries for an unbeatable range
Go further, faster without having to worry about running out of power. Riese & Müller doubled the range of their E-Bikes utilizing Bosch DualBattery Technology. While riding, the batteries alternate. The system automatically tracks the charge states and switches between the batteries when it detects a charge difference of five percent. This ensures that both of them are discharged evenly, which significantly increases their service life. With the DualBattery technology, day tours of over 70 kilometres are no problem at all, even on the HS models and E-Cargo bikes. DualBattery Technology is the perfect solution not only for touring riders but also for everyday commuters.
Bosch Mid-Drive System
All Riese & Müller E-Bikes are equipped with the industry-leading Bosch drive system. Bosch Mid-Drive systems ensure plenty of ground clearance, a low center of gravity, directional stability and the direct transfer of force to the back wheel via a chain or belt. The driving force is controlled using the pedals, The harder you push on the pedals, the more the electric drive supports you.