As always, we’re here to hit you with the motorcycle news you need to know for the month of May. A lot has happened in the industry this month, from new models to rare motorcycle collections – so keep reading for our list of the top motorcycle headlines.
Fuell Releases an All-Electric Motorcycle and Bicycle
Legendary biker Erik Buell has launched a new electric motorcycle and bicycle company called Fuell. Buell and his partners’ main goal is to create a stylish path to urban mobility. The company’s first product is an all-electric bicycle called Fluid that’s powered by a 980kW battery pack. The other product Fuell has created is an electric motorcycle very similar to Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire, called Flow. This motorcycle has a 125-mile range and can use either use a 10kW or 35kW battery pack allowing the bike to connect to a fast charger that takes just 30-minutes to gain full range. The main selling point of this model is that it’s roughly $20,000 cheaper than Harley’s electric model – yeah you read that right. The Flow comes in at just $10,995 – which is why we have a feeling that this new model might give Harley’s LiveWire a run for its money. Read More.
Rare Motorcycle Collection Discovery Includes 1938 Vincent Series A
Zac Brown Collaborates With Indian Motorcycle to Create Custom Bike
Triumph reveals limited edition Rocket 3 TFC
This motorcycle has been much anticipated and includes a new 2,500cc engine, increased technology, stunning features and the highest level of premium specification equipment. This model is extremely exclusive, with North American production limited to just 225 units and there will be a total of 750 bikes worldwide. This is the most powerful Triumph to date with a peak power of more than 168 HP and a peak torque of more than 163 LB-FT. Orders are already being taken for the motorcycle, priced at $29,000, and it will be available in December of 2019. We can’t wait to see this bike out on the road. Read More.
You’re officially all caught up on the motorcycle news you need to know this month. We know the stories will still come rolling in so be sure to stay tuned for our June news recap. Which story sparked your interest this month? Have you heard any headlines you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments below.