Erik Buell owes his reputation to his exceptional motorcycle designs. Buell, which built Erik’s unique designs with the power of Harley-Davidson, carried out many activities between 1983 and 2009. Erik’s latest project is an electric motorcycle designed for urban transportation. This motorcycle, named Fuell Fllow, was launched in 2019, at the time of the great logistics crisis caused by the pandemic. After the supply chain problems were largely resolved, they took pre-orders for the production of 3,000 units.
Standout features of the Fuell Fllow include 47 horsepower, a rear hub motor, and a 10 kWh battery pack that can go from zero to full charge in just 30 minutes. The range on a single charge is rated at about 150 miles (241 km). Acceleration time from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and a maximum cruising speed of 85 mph (137 km/h) are also very good figures.
The company is offering its early adopters a $2,000 discount and a Fuell x Veldt carbon helmet. It also announced that those who order the entry-level 15-horsepower model will be able to upgrade at a later date. To learn more about this futuristic electric motorcycle, click here. Don’t miss the video below.