There are plenty of electric bicycles on the market. What you don’t see every day is one that’s designed by a world-renowned motorcycle industry pioneer. Former Harley-Davidson engineer Erik Buell went on to launch the revolutionary Buell Motorcycles, which was in turn purchased by Harley-Davidson. Now rebranded as the electric-bike builder Fuell, in collaboration with entrepreneur Francois-Xavier Terny and Sauber Motorsport CEO Frédéric Vasseur, the company aims to offer a variety of two-wheeled electric vehicles designed for city drivers. The launch began with the introduction of an electric bicycle and an electric motorcycle. The FUELL FLLOW-1 motorcycle impresses with a sleek, modern design and plenty of power — a 11 kWh option and a 35 kWh model — each with an impressive 13-gallon internal storage space and a motor built into the rear wheel. The FUELL FLLOW-1 bicycle is similarly designed for the chic urban commuter, though one looking for transport with easier storage potential. The standard version boasts a top speed of 20 mph, while the S model has a top speed of up to 28 mph. Both versions have a bodacious range of 125 city miles; Fuell.us.
The Love Knot jewelry collection was born out of a humble request that Coralie Duchamp received from a friend to design a ring that represented eternal friendship. Fast-forward to present day and Love Knots has evolved into a soulful collection with a bold message: Spread The Love.
The casual sophistication of island living meets the best of the urban core as some of Key Biscayne’s most fashionable women head over the causeway to explore the shopping mecca that is Brickell City Centre.