This is the Fuell Fllow electric motorbike, a new urban commuter motorbike from the US brand.
Fuell revealed the Fllow project back in 2019, but the development was put on hold a result of the pandemic. The firm says that now supply chains are returning to normal, they can now take pre-orders for its first electric motorbike.
Fuell is best known for its range of Flluid electric bikes and is spearheaded by established motorcycle engineer Erik Buell. The brand’s chief technical officer founded the Buell Motorcycle Company in 1983 and built a number of machines for racing in the US.
Buell worked with Harley-Davidson in the 1980s and built machines for the motorcycle giant, with Harley eventually buying Buell in 1993.
Buell’s is now venturing into the world of electric motorcycles with the Fuell Fllow. The e-commuter machine is powered by a 10kWh battery which is paired to a 35kW motor.
Thanks to high-voltage architecture, the Fllow can be charged in 30 minutes and can travel around 150 miles on a single charge.
The electric motor is mounted on the rear-wheel while the battery has been integrated into the chassis, forming a major part of the Fllow’s overall structure.
Aimed at urban and suburban riding, Fuell says the Fllow will be ‘comfortable and easy to ride’ while also offering good practicality thanks to its storage compartments.
Fuell says its new e-motorbike has a minimalist design that is ‘strikingly different’ to other electric two-wheelers available today.
Fuell has also incorporated magnesium parts in order to keep the overall weight of the Fllow down.
The e-motorbike starts from $11,995 (£10,189) and will be built in the US. Pre-orders are now open on prelaunch.com, although it is not yet clear if the new model will be available in the UK.