2020 Riese and Müller Delite Mountain Rohloff

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  • Head out of the town and into adventure: sprint up steep mountains, master stony paths with ease, safely overcome bumpy descents. This is where the Delite mountain comes into its own.
    If you love the challenges offered by off-road trails, you’ll love the Delite mountain. Control Technology with Fox Float full suspension and 150 mm travel, the latest generation of powerful Bosch Performance CX motor and Schwalbe Hans Dampf tires are just a few of the many highlights that make the Delite mountain such an exceptional bike off-road. A powerful and extremely reliable training partner, simply waiting to head off on your next trip. So what’s keeping you?

  • Motor Performance Line CX (Gen4)
    Battery Bosch PowerTube 500 Vertical, 36 V, 13,4 Ah/500Wh
    Display Bosch Kiox
  • Fork Fox Float 36 Performance, Air, 150mm, Boost
    Rear Shock Fox Float DPS Performance 140mm
    Brakes Magura MT4, disc brake; Magura MT5, disc brake
    Shifter Rohloff E14 electronic shifter
    Headset Acros AZX-221, block lock; Acros IntegrationX AZX-221, block lock
    Stem FSA Afterburner 6", 60mm
    Seatpost Dropper Post X-Fusion Manic 100 , Alu, 31,6 x 365mm*
    Tires Schwalbe Hans Dampf 70-584
    Rims Rodi Tryp35, 27,5"
    Front Hub Novatec Boost, QR, 32H*
    Rear Hub Rohloff Speedhub E14, 14-speed, 36H
    Crankset FSA/Riese & Müller, 170 mm
    Chain Ring 50T, for Gates drive belt CDX
    Chain Gates drive belt CDX
    Saddle Ergon SMC4-L Sport Gel
    Handlebar FSA Afterburner, 31,8 mm
    Pedals VP-531 Flat Pedal, Alu
  • Grips Ergon GA20 black
    Front Light Supernova M99 Mini Pro-25
    Tail Light Supernova E3 E-Bike; Supernova E3 E-Bike Tail Light 2*; Supernova E3 E-Bike Tail Light 2
    Luggage Rack Riese & Müller
    Bell Billy
    Lock ABUS Bordo Plus Alarm
  • 47cm Height = 1.60 - 1.75 m  (5'2" - 5'7")
    51cm Height = 1.65 - 1.80 m  (5'4' - 5'9")
    56cm Height = 1.80 - 2.00 m (5'9" - 6'5")

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