Eco Transport

What happens when a subsidiary of Harley Davidson gets into bicycles? Surprisingly, some very interesting things, as FUELL introduces bike enthusiasts to FLLUID-1 and FLLOW-1
Words by Stacy Wynn | June 29, 2020 | Luxury

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;