Former Harley-Davidson engineer starts an all-electric motorcycle company

Former Harley-Davidson engineer Erik Buell announced this week that he’s founded an EV startup called Fuell that will make all-electric motorcycles and bicycles. He’s teamed up with Frédéric Vasseur, the owner of the company that makes the chassis for Formula E. Of the dozens of electric motorcycles announced every year, this one seems like it might actually have a shot.

Fuell’s first product will be an electric-assist bike called Fluid that costs about $3,300. It will have two swappable batteries that combine to give it a 125-mile range, and will come in two versions, one with a top speed of 20 miles per hour, and another that can hit 28 miles per hour. Fluid is supposed to go on sale soon — deliveries could happen by the end of this…

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