Pre-Orders for the Fuell Fllow electric motorcycle are now live
Designed by motosport legend Eric Buell, the Fuell Fllow electric motorcycle was created with urban commuters in mind and will provide a range up to 150 miles. First announced back in 2019, Buell planned for the Fllow to launch in 2021 but due to the pandemic the release was halted for one year.
The extra wait might just be worth it as the two-wheeled Fuell Fllow electric motorcycle looks sleek and professional. The motorcycle’s round LED headlamp and collision-detection camera are housed in a translucent component that’s integrated into the front cowling and windscreen, giving it a uniformed look.
Powered by a hub motor installed on a monoshock equipped swingarm, the commuter-class Fllow motorcycle can reach a max speed of 85 mph (137 km/h). Although the max speed isn’t the highest in its class, its acceleration from 0–62 mph in only just 2.7 seconds surely is magnificent and is ahead of the competition.
The 10-kWh battery pack that powers the motor should allow for 150 miles in the city. The battery can be fully charged in eight hours with a Level 1 charger, 1.5 hours with a Level 2 charger, or 30 minutes with a DC fast charger.
Although the Fllow’s US production has not yet started, reservations are being accepted in advance. According to Fuell, 3,000 reservations would indicate sufficient demand to launch a crowdfunding effort for the first bikes, which would eventually result in self-funding as manufacturing rises.
The Fuell Fllow electric motorcycle’s Prelaunch.com site allows you to order the Fllow even without a listed release date. The e-motorcycle has a $200 reservation fee which will be deducted from its initial price of $11,995.