Well, clearly 2019 is the year of electric bikes and many companies have shown their skills in this field. Yet again, the Fluid-1S Prime E-Bike is a big outcome. This e-bike is a tribute to the tasteful integration of cutting-edge technology. On the other hand, Fuell’s Fluid performance urban mobility e-bike is unique due to its legacy. Well, many of with ebikes designed for urban commuting, trail riding, beach cruising, or just knocking around town and this particular e-bike serves all.
According to the company, the Fluid is the longest-range, best pedal-assist e-bike, and goes farther and faster than its contenders. Fuell Fluid 1S Prime model comes with two batteries and will list for $5,499.
Fluid-1S Prime E-Bike
Firstly, coming to its design, the Fuell Fluid’s specifications back the company’s claims from frame to battery configuration and even the e-bike’s dashboard. This specific ebike is designed for city riders and outdoor adventurers who want a best-in-class vehicle. Other than this, The Fluid’s convention aluminum alloy frame holds two 48-volt batteries with a total 1,008-watt capacity. Besides that, each battery has an LED charge level indicator. An included 4-amp fast charger can recharge one of the batteries 80% in 2.5 hours and 100% in 5 hours.
While, coming to other specs, it is equipped with a Suntour XCR34 front suspension with 4.7 inches of travel. Other than this, it has Tektro 180mm hydraulic disk brakes front and rear provide ample stopping power.
Now, the dashboard, the e-bike features a 3.2-inch IPS color display and includes both anti-theft and convenience features. In addition to showing speed, it shows pedal assistance power level, and battery level. Not only that, for security, it has a 4-digit PIN code security feature and has a USB smartphone charging port.
With the top speed of 20 miles-per-hour with one battery and 25-mph with both batteries installed. The motor pulls hard with a maximum 100 Newton-meters (74 foot-pounds) of torque (74 foot-pounds). Company says it covers 125 miles with a single charge, depending on speed, pedal assistance, and grade. Besides that, the batteries power an exclusive-to-Fuell Bofelli 500-watt mid-chassis motor. And it uses a Gates Carbon belt drive to turn a Shimano Alfine 8-speed geared hub.