Flluid, founded by an ex-constructorHarley-Davidson by Eric Buell has unveiled two new electric bikes with the unpretentious names Flluid-2 and Flluid-3. Their hallmark has become an "automobile" power reserve - in addition, they can boast of other advanced features.
New items are equipped with a Valeo electric motor750W Cyclee with Gates Carbon Belt Drive and 130Nm of torque. Switching between seven gears is carried out automatically, however, if desired, the user can do this manually.
Model Flluid-2 received a pair of removable batterieswith a capacity of 1 kWh, which in total provide up to 362 km of run without "refueling". The more affordable Flluid-3 is equipped with only one battery (autonomy up to 177 km). The complete charger replenishes 80% of the battery energy in 4 hours, and 100% in six hours.
Externally, new items repeat the design of the originalmodels - aluminum alloy frame, 27.5-inch wheels with Pirelli Angel GT Urban tires, Tektro braking system, 900 lumen Roxim Z4E Pro headlight, rear brake light and the ability to adjust the height of the seat, taking into account the height of the user (from 1.55 to 1.95 m). Using the mobile application, you can track the location of the bike, analyze its technical condition and receive messages about unauthorized access attempts.
Flluid-2 and Flluid-3 are available for pre-order in the US via crowdfunding for $3,999 and $3,699, respectively. The start date for deliveries of electric bikes will be announced later.