The R.E750 is not satisfied with little bits and pieces. It wants drops, high speed passages, bumpy downhills, more great feats and extreme moments. This calls for a bike which delivers on its promises of stability.
With the clear mandate of functioning perfectly downhill over everything else, the full carbon frame with a 65° steering angle and long reach has confident riding behaviour and uncompromisingly good handling. 170 mm travel at the front and 160 mm travel on the rear triangle is asking for plenty of action and combined with a 29/27.5” wheel mix, big challenges become small playgrounds. Easy does it with the Brose Drive S-Mag motor uphill, the powerful 750 Wh integrated power unit has enough stamina for quite a few fun ascents. Discretely integrated into the frame, the battery can be removed and charged in a few steps without the need of tools. The frame’s flat design is a noticeable plus to control: the low top tube and lower positioning of the suspension means that there is still room for an active riding style, the low centre of gravity allows the bike to solidly grip the ground. The open bridge triangle was developed to add a high degree of smoothness to play in handling. This two-part, bridgeless chain stays design results in a very short rear suspension, which provides greater agility and at the same time allows the use of tyres with more volume and stronger traction.
|A||SEAT TUBE LENGTH||[mm]||413||444||473||509|
|B||TOP TUBE LENGTH*||[mm]||590||620||657||691|
|C||HEAD TUBE LENGTH||[mm]||110||110||130||140|
|D||CHAIN STAY LENGTH||[mm]||445|
|G||HEAD TUBE ANGLE||[ ° ]||65|
|H||SEAT TUBE ANGLE||[ ° ]||73,5|