We’ve compiled a list of answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Riese & Müller eBikes. We hope you find these helpful, but please don’t hesitate to reach out if you need more information. Just fill out this form and one of our Matchmakers will get back to you shortly.
Most, but not all, Riese & Müller models have a dual battery option you must select before ordering. The Tinker, the Roadster (and Mixte), Multicharger Mixte, and Charger3 Mixte are not dual battery compatible.
With single and dual battery options, the range of R&M bikes is anywhere from 45 miles to around 100 miles. Though there are many factors that can affect the battery’s range, such as weather, terrain, weight, etc.
All Riese & Müller eBikes can handle at least smooth maintained dirt roads, such as a fire road. For more adventurous off-road riding, check out the Delite Mountain, an electric trail mountain bike built to take on the rougher terrain.
Riese & Müller eBikes are in the higher price range as far as high-quality eBikes go, starting at $6,000 and going up to around $15,000, depending on the model and configuration. All models Propel sells come with the Bosch eBike system, which is the safest and most intuitive electric bike system available.
Just about anyone and everyone: retired folks who want to get out and move a little more, the family with one to three kids looking for a cargo bike with front bucket and rear loading options, the adventure seeker looking to go bike-packing, the eco-conscious person looking to lower their carbon footprint by commuting by bike (have you seen gas prices lately?). The price of these eBikes may seem a bit daunting to someone on a budget, but there are financing options available, and in the long run it is cheaper than maintaining a car.
Just about every model has a Class 1 (20mph max) and Class 3 (28mph max) option.