Riese & Müller - Nevo vario

The Nevo has been the star of the Riese & Müller range for years. This bike completely redefines the concept of a stepthrough. The very comfortable geometry and easy mount/dismount that defines a stepthrough, coupled with the stability of a standard triangular shaped frame due to the super oversized frame tubes. The most powerful Bosch Performance CX drive unit and a massive battery combined with the high-end derailleur gears (Touring model) or custom-built Enviolo continuously-variable hub gears with a low maintenance belt drive, and the powerful and reliable Magura disc brakes let you stop when you want to. It’s ready for any job with its sturdy rack, mudguards and high-quality LED lights. And last but not least, it looks even better in real life than on the pictures. Whether you prefer to go slow or fast, the Nevo will effortlessly let you do that. Warning: the Nevo is addictive! Available for test riding at E-stralian in Melbourne.

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    Riese & Müller - Nevo vario

    E-bike System
    Bosch Performance CX with Intuvia display
    Magura MT4 hydraulic disc
    Custom R&M Enviolo continuously-variable hub
    Gates belt drive
    Available Sizes
    43, 47, 56
    Available Colours
    midnight blue metallic
    fire red
    snow white
    Every Riese & Müller e-bike is built to order in Germany for your personal e-bike experience so talk to us about the options.
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