The Riese & Muller Charger Mixte Touring is the low-step version of Riese & Muller Charger Touring. It’s perfect for shorter riders and at the same time it looks sporty.
On the move with propulsion, speed and style. Designed for sporty riding, the Charger uses the technology of the dynamic Shimano Deore XT 10-speed derailleur gear with high effectiveness. With the braking force of the hydraulic Deore disc bakes, coming to a stop is easy even when travelling fast. The super-bright Supernova lighting system brings light to the darkness.
Motor: The Riese & Muller Charger Mixte Touring comes with Bosch Performance CX, 20 mph. The Bosch Motor riding sensation creates a unique electric Bike experience. It features three sensors, it measures pedaling power, cadence, and speed more than 1000 times per second. This enables the rider and the electric Bike to interact with each other organically.
Brakes: The Riese & Muller Charger Mixte Touring is equipped with Shimano Deore hydraulic disc brakes. It provides very reliable stopping power, these brakes are low-maintenance, and easy to control.
Top Speed: Like most electric bikes sold in the US, the Riese & Muller Charger Mixte Touring has a top speed of 20 mph in keeping with federal law. For those looking to go faster, this bike is available in a 28 mph HS version.
Warranty: Riese & Muller supplies you a five-year warranty for breakage of the frame and rear swing arm (on Regular bikes: 10 years).
Accessories: This bike comes with the standard Supernova front light and Riese & Muller tail light for safety, it also comes with a mudguard, a kickstand and a bell. Our team has a lot of experience outfitting bikes with additional accessories, so be sure to reach out to us if there’s anything you may need.
Even a parked Riese & Muller Charger Mixte Touring looks sporty enough to look like it’s ready to lock horns with mountain goats 2,500 meters up. The reason? The high chainstay. It also allows a version with a robust and easy-care carbon belt drive. So sporty riders can throw off those chains and actually get started in the race on the mountain.