Riese & Müller Multicharger GT Touring 750 Review – $7.2k

The Riese & Müller Multicharger GT Touring 750 is a premium midtail cargo electric bike made in two frame sizes with adjustable angle stem to dial in fit and body position. Made to order, built in Germany, 8 to 10 week lead time, tons of customization options and custom accessories. High quality fenders with break-away safety feature, premium Magura hydraulic disc brakes 180/203 rotors. Bosch Performance Line CX or Speed motor offers shift detection, high RPM pedal support, and up to 85 newton meters of torque for hauling and climbing. High capacity Bosch PowerPack 750 supports “touring” distance riding and fills fast with 4 amp charger. Mounting points for two bottle cages or other accessories. Bright integrated lights with optimal positioning, additional plastic reflectors on the fork lowers, and reflective tire stripes greatly improve safety. Adjustable air suspension fork, suspension seat post, ergonomic grips, and swept-back handlebar deliver great comfort. Wide 11 to 50 tooth drivetrain with Shimano Deore XT derailleur performs great on or off-road. Included racks provide high load capacity, up to 140lbs on the rear rack. Optional passenger seat and handlebar, child surround, pannier bags, and running boards that can haul a second bike. Fairly heavy at 71.3lbs for the large frame, notoriously expensive because it’s considered one of the best brands. Lock, charging port, and kickstand position are imperfect. Potential for incompatibility with other Bosch ebike chargers and apps if you go with the new Smart System option.

0:00 Introduction, 750 Bosch Smart System configuration
0:43 Medium-length cargo bike, sturdy rear rack options
1:16 Bosch Gen 4 motor details, keyed-alike battery and lock
2:08 Low exposed battery lock and charge port, fender details
2:46 Optional GX trail tires, Premium integrated lights
3:28 Color configurations, two frame sizes, mixte mid-step
4:13 Hub spacing, tapered headset, suspension fork, wheels
5:13 Drivetrain overview 11-speed Shimano Deore XT 11-50T
6:16 Water resistant, 2-year warranty, 8-10 week lead time
7:05 Trade-offs between Smart System vs. older gen Bosch
7:39 ABUS keyset, removing the battery pack, battery care tips
9:30 Magura hydraulic disc brakes 180mm/203mm rotors
10:41 Comfort gel saddle, seat post stats, knock block, grips
12:24 Activating the bike, LCD display walkthrough, shifters
15:12 Preparing to ride, handheld camera ride shots
16:59 Frame-mounted camera for response and shift detection
17:31 Body cam shots riding on a path and streets
18:32 Conclusion and site resources: compare tool, forums

Full review with specs and comparison tool: https://electricbikereview.com/riese-muller/multicharger-gt-touring-750/

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