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Meet the Delite GX: No Terrain Left Unconquered
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There may be no linguistic superlative of off-road biking enthusiasm, but the Delite GX will show you what it looks like.
Every performance-driven rider will be amazed by the incredible dynamics of the high-torque Bosch motors. Along with the battery and shock absorber, the motor is installed in a particularly low and central position, allowing a level of handling that was previously only possible with un-motorized mountain bikes.
Thanks to Control Technology with full suspension, the Delite GX can conquer any terrain. And by the time you experience the superb traction – even at low speeds – you'll be lost for words.
The 2019 Riese & Muller Delite GX Rohloff is a techies dream. To start you've got the smartest e-bike motor available: the Bosch Performance CX Motor. You'll cruise up to 20 mph on 75 nm of torque. The Rohloff e-14 geared hub has the biggest gear ratio on the market at 520%. It's also got electronic shifting this year making it more precise and quieter than ever. Magura MT4 hydraulic disc brakes have you covered whether you're looking to slow down smoothly or have to stop on a dime. If you really want to step your tech game up, upgrade to the Bosch Kiox display for more information than ever before.
Riese & Muller is a german company with 25 years of bike making history. They are the leader in making full-suspension, car replacing, city E-bikes. They design every E-bike to be comfortable, reliable, performance-oriented and innovative. In keeping with their own standards all Riese & Müller E-Bikes are equipped with the industry-leading Bosch drive systems. Started in 2009 Bosch E-bike systems have quickly become a global leader in the electric bike world. Now over 70 leading bike brands worldwide use the Bosch components on their ebikes.