Energica Eva

Energica Eva

Energica's second electric motorcycle - the Eva was recently demonstrated in California.

Bill Levasseur (the #Cal1Tour Rider: actor, professional rider and veteran, who served for 5 years as the youngest F-16 Crew Chief in the USA Air Force during Desert Storm) covered some 450 miles and was pretty impressed with the electric Eva.

Bonus: videos below

"The "California dream" tour of Energica Eva has come to a close. Bill Levasseur, the rider of this adventure, crossed the beauties of the Californian territory, from Santa Monica to Long Beach, from the Bixby Bridge to the Golden Gate.

He rode 450 miles with 9 fast charging stops, taking 23 minutes average each. Thanks to the on board fast charge and the ChargePoint Network, Bill was able to enjoy an exciting and unconventional journey on the Energica Eva, without any range anxiety.

"It's such a joy to ride!" he said, arriving in San Francisco. During the trip, Bill joined the Quail Ride riding in Laguna Seca track and stopped at the Quail Motorcycle Gathering, the main Carmel motorcycle event. The electric heart of Energica Eva won everyone over!"

The Italian company has also now announced that San Francisco has been selected for the location of the first retail store for the bike..

Sales and service to be opened at 53 Page Street, SF.3

"The US experience of Energica continues as this summer the electric motorcycles maker will open its very first flagship store.

Energica's store will open in San Francisco, at 53 Page Street and it will be the first Energica store in the world:

"We're very excited to open our first worldwide store in California, the homeland of electric vehicles." says Livia Cevolini, CEO Energica Motor Company S.p.A., "Customers will enjoy Energica motorcycles in a unique retail setting, and can count also on a Service point that will support them at any time after sales."

The opening of a global flagship store in San Francisco highlights its prominence in Energica's expansion plans worldwide."

Bonus: 4 Energica electric motorcycles in Europe