Erik Buell started the motorcycle company that carried his name in 1983. His motorcycle designs were revolutionary, but the company folded in 2009, despite a merger with Harley-Davidson in 1993. But one thing Erik doesn't know is how to quit, and now he's back with an electric bike company called Fuell. The Flow is designed completely in-house by the Fuell team and is positioned as an urban mobility solution. Available in 11kW/15 horsepower and 35kW/47 horsepower models, the Flow features an electric motor housed in the rear wheel, eliminating the need for a transmission and belt or chain. This reduces weight and helps extend range, along with allowing for interesting features like a 13-gallon storage compartment. Fuell plans on making its bike fully customizable, with upgrades to motors, batteries, and chargers. Fuell will officially reveal its lineup April 25, 2019.