One of the longest range ebikes
The FUELL Flluid is a revolutionary e-bike series designed to combine high performance, style, and sustainability. Created under the guidance of CTO Erik Buell, the Flluid series has made a significant impact in the world of e-bikes. Following the success of Flluid-1 with over 4,000 sales worldwide, FUELL has introduced the next generation of e-bikes: Flluid-2 and Flluid-3.
Flluid-2 is designed for ultra-long range riding with a 2000W battery capacity, offering a range of up to 225 miles (350 km). Flluid-3, on the other hand, has a 1000W battery for a range of up to 110 miles (180 km) and features a step-through design for easy mounting and dismounting.
Both Flluid-2 and Flluid-3 come equipped with the revolutionary automatic shifting Valeo Cyclee Mid Drive Unit, which delivers 130 Nm of torque and allows for smooth, seamless gear changes. They also boast an aerospace aluminum alloy frame, built-in smart security and connectivity systems, and top-quality components such as Roxim Z4E Pro headlights, Pirelli Angel GT Urban tires, and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes.
Flluid e-bikes also offer a throttle assist option, allowing riders to enjoy their ride without pedaling up to 20 mph (32 km/h) (limited to 6 km/h in the EU due to legal limitations).
For those looking for increased speed, FUELL offers Class 3 / S-Pedelec versions: Flluid-2S and Flluid-3S, which have a max speed of 28 mph (45 km/h). These versions may require registration, a helmet, and insurance, depending on local laws.
FUELL Flluid e-bikes are designed and assembled in the United States, using quality parts made to last. The company's commitment to quality engineering has been recognized by thousands of customers worldwide who have purchased the first-generation Flluid-1. The Flluid-2 and Flluid-3 models aim to further enhance the urban mobility experience for riders across the globe.
- Long Range: FUELL Flluid e-bikes offer impressive range capabilities, with up to 225 miles (350 km) for Flluid-2 and up to 110 miles (180 km) for Flluid-3, making them ideal for urban commutes and long-distance trips.
- Advanced Technology: Equipped with the innovative Valeo Cyclee Mid Drive Unit, Flluid e-bikes offer seamless automatic shifting and a powerful mid-drive motor that delivers 130 Nm of torque for tackling hills with ease.
- Quality Components: Flluid e-bikes are built with high-quality components, including Roxim Z4E Pro headlights, Pirelli Angel GT Urban tires, and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, ensuring a reliable and comfortable ride.
- Sleek Design: The Flluid series features a modern, stylish design with an aerospace aluminum alloy frame, seamlessly integrated battery packs, and geometric optimization for stable and nimble handling.
- Built-in Security and Connectivity: Flluid e-bikes come with an embedded smart security system that allows for remote locking and unlocking, GPS tracking, and theft warnings, providing peace of mind for riders.
- Low Maintenance: Components such as the Gates Carbon Belt Drive and aluminum alloy frame make for a low-maintenance e-bike, reducing the need for frequent repairs and upkeep.
- Price: FUELL Flluid e-bikes may be more expensive than some other e-bike options on the market, potentially making them less accessible for budget-conscious consumers.
- Weight: Due to the long-range capabilities and advanced components, Flluid e-bikes may be heavier than some other e-bike models, which could affect portability and ease of use for some riders.
- Legal Restrictions: The throttle-assisted speeds and increased power of the Class 3 / S-Pedelec versions (Flluid-2S and Flluid-3S) may be subject to legal restrictions in some regions, requiring registration, a helmet, and insurance.
- Limited Off-Road Capabilities: Although Flluid e-bikes are designed for urban commuting, they may not be well-suited for off-road or rugged terrain, limiting their versatility for some riders.
- Charging Time: Despite the long range, when the battery does need to be charged, it takes 4 hours to reach 80% and 6 hours to reach a full charge, which may be inconvenient for some users.