Riese & Müller - Load 75 vario

Building on the unique, award-winning design of it’s smaller brother, the Load 75 adds almost 50% extra cargo space while being only 6% longer. Feel the wind in your hair, enjoy the speed, quick stops and fast starting. And take as much with you as you need. This is what freedom feels like. With its low centre of gravity, Riese & Müller Control Technology and a huge loading surface, the Load 75 combines riding dynamics and load options, like no other E-Cargo bike. The strong, latest-generation Bosch Performance CX motor delivers hitherto unknown power. And the Load 75 is also extremely reliable, thanks to its high-grade components. The Load 75 offers you either derailleur (Touring models), the Enviolo continuously-variable hub gears with Gates belt drive (Vario model), or the acclaimed Rohloff 500/14 Speedhub 14-speed internal gear hub with E-14 electronic shifting (Rohloff model), and a wide range of customization options including a dual-battery set-up.

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    Riese & Müller - Load 75 vario

    Use
    Urban
    E-bike System
    Bosch Cargo Line (Gen4) with Intuvia display
    Battery
    500Wh
    Brakes
    TRP C 2.3 hydraulic disc (4-piston)
    Gears
    Enviolo 380 continuously-variable hub
    Chain
    Gates belt drive
    Available Sizes
    One Size
    Available Colours
    Coal Grey Matt
    White
    Special Features

    Every Riese & Müller e-bike is built to order in Germany.Talk to us to configure your personalised e-bike.

    Options
    1000Wh, SmartphoneHub, Nyon, Carrier Load, Two child seats, Three child seats with footwell, Three child seats with footwell, front luggage shelf, Additional chain 130 cm for lock, Without sidewalls / weather protection, Low sidewalls, Low side walls with child cover, High sidewalls with tarpaulin, High sidewalls with hard cover, GX option
    Detailed Information
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    Full salary sacrifice option when using the e-bike to commute

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