Riese & Müller - Swing automatic

The Swing strikes an amazing balance between comfort, style and technology. The “Dutch-style” classic European stepthrough frame makes getting on and off a breeze, while the powerful Gen3 Bosch Performance Line drive unit will help you conquer any hill and take off quickly at lights. The Swing3 is available in various colours and sizes with Enviolo continuously-variable hub gears and all accessories required for cruising the city like mudguards, a rack and lights. The custom front and rear baskets, specifically developed for the Swing, provide the perfect companion for everyday trips. For ultimate comfort, the Swing is available with the Enviolo AutomatiQ fully-automatic continuously-variable gears for the most comfortable riding experience. A roadster is no longer confined to leisurely cycling around town. The Swing heads out on tours, up hill and down dale. The smooth riding experience of the powerful Bosch motor is perfected by the sensitive suspension fork and suspension seatpost. And as you would expect with a traditional roadster, it also has matching baskets for the handlebar and carrier. Available for test riding at E-stralian in Melbourne.

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    Riese & Müller - Swing automatic

    E-bike System
    Bosch Performance Line (Gen3) with Intuvia display
    Battery
    500Wh
    Brakes
    Magura HS22 hydraulic rim
    Gears
    Enviolo 380 continuously-variable hub with AutomatiQ electronic shifting
    Chain
    Gates belt drive
    Available Sizes
    43 (26"), 46 (28"), 51 (28"), 56 (28")
    Available Colours
    Black
    Crystal White
    Salvia Matt
    Special Features

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

    Options
    Front basket, Carrier baskets, Front basket and carrier baskets, Additional chain lock with bag
    Detailed Information
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    Full salary sacrifice option when using the e-bike to commute

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