We are the creators of tomorrow’s mobility.
06.09.2021 | General
With its innovative premium Cargo Bikes and E-Bikes, the name Riese & Müller is synonymous with sustainable mobility solutions that will have a lasting impact on the “transport revolution”.
Mobility only becomes future-proof and sustainable when it is designed to be emission-free – when it is advanced by durable, innovative and high-quality products, and when it focuses on the very people who need to move safely around their living environments day by day. This is the prerequisite for a balanced mobility mix focussed on E-Bikes, which will make towns and cities attractive places to live and promote people’s health.
» “From the outset, we recognised the potential of Cargo Bikes to replace cars for the majority of their everyday uses." «
We regard it as our mission to campaign for the design of public spaces – for instance through sustainable bike-sharing offers for companies and municipalities through Riese & Müller Business – and we are supporting the cycling lobby through our work.
The continued boom in the cycling sector is an indication that people worldwide are rethinking their approach to mobility. There is a growing willingness in society to leave behind established behavioural patterns. At the same time, there is a growing curiosity about modern and healthy mobility.
This courage to opt for new life decisions makes for exciting reading. In our magazine, we tell the stories of real pioneers who are actively shaping the world of tomorrow – in their family life, on the way to work, in their own business or on adventures in the wild.
Get to know the people who embody the mobile future today:
- Sustainable Family: “Saving our planet, at the same time as inspiring other people.“
- Markus Riese: Fast “transport revolution“ thanks to HS bikes.
- Pierre Lars Zander: The Supercommuter.
- Isabelle Eberlein: „Diversity is something very precious.“
- Interview: New mobility with futurologist Dr Stefan Carsten.
- Interview with Arne Heger: „This bike has totally changed my transport behaviour.“