Riese and Muller

Electrically assisted bikes, trikes, etc.
loafer
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Re: Riese and Muller

Postby loafer » 6 Apr 2019, 5:46pm

we have new additions to the family :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: just a short 5 mile back to the car/van but the electric shifting is really good fun :D

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my g/f was smiling all the way back she loves it
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SteveGreen10538
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Re: Riese and Muller

Postby SteveGreen10538 » 22 Jan 2020, 4:14am

I just took delivery of a Riese & Muller Load 60 Vario. It's awesome. My dog is finally comfortable to ride upfront with me. As a retired person I see this bicycle doing 90+% of the errands I used to run in the car.
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hemo
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Re: Riese and Muller

Postby hemo » 22 Jan 2020, 10:12am

SteveGreen10538 wrote:I just took delivery of a Riese & Muller Load 60 Vario. It's awesome. My dog is finally comfortable to ride upfront with me. As a retired person I see this bicycle doing 90+% of the errands I used to run in the car.
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R&M built like a tank and not cheap to buy, a good choice for cargo bike if affordable. Spoilt pooch looks quite comfortable with his new ride.

loafer
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Re: Riese and Muller

Postby loafer » 22 Jan 2020, 4:03pm

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hey Steve
congrats on the new ride looks just the job :D .. I am well impressed with my Supercharger as is my partner with her Nevo

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Re: Riese and Muller

Postby oldmanonabike2 » 26 Jan 2020, 4:43pm

I like the look of the R & M TINKER bike. I've had a test ride and it was fine but the Vario gears concern me. I'm a hub gear bloke, sooooooo do you think that a suitable Alfine 11 or better still a Rohloff would fit at the back ?