Fuell electric bicycles and electric motorcycles is a brand owned by the Buell Motorcycle company based in the United States. They are known for their innovation. Erik Buell the founder of Buell Motorcycle Company, Frederic Vasseur a motorsport business tycoon and Francois Xavier, an entrepreneur, came
together to launch this new two wheeler brand called Fuell.
(Above image: Feull Fllow)
Fuell is working on two interesting products, a motorcycle called ‘Flow’ and a bicycle called ‘Fluid’. The Flow will be made available in two variants; a 11Kw version and a 35Kw version to cater to different customers. The Flow in terms of design will be rather simple but yet will stand out from the competition and awe bystanders with its sheer elegance. The motorcycle will sport projector lamps and will be given a small windscreen treatment. The lines and creases will be kept minimalistic but it will not cease in showing off its elegance. The motorcycle will sport a single swing-arm associated with an offset monoshock. The side profile of the bike will be neatly faired. It also sports a nice, informative and techy TFT screen which will help you with a lot of information.
Both the versions of the Flow will have a range of 125 miles (200 km) but what’s most interesting is how the company has managed to spare space for a 50 litre storage compartment, that’s because the rear wheel is powered by a hub motor which will leave enough space for all your novelty items. The Flow seems to be a bit on the pricier side as the base spec model will start from $10,995.
The Fluid on the other hand, will have two versions; the Fluid 1 and the Fluid 1S. The Fluid 1S will sport dual 980Wh lithium ion batteries and will have a range of about 200 km, which is highly admirable. The heart of it is a 500W motor. The same is claimed to hit speeds up to 45 km/h. The lower spec Fluid however, the Fluid 1 will be powered by a smaller 250W motor and will be able to hit speeds of 32 km/h. The electric motor from both the bicycles produces a staggering 100 nm of torque, so you can be rest assured that you will get instantaneous pull when you open the throttle.
At a starting price of $3295 it is pretty expensive and is bound to make a big hole in your wallets.
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