• Range: 143 miles (combined) 
  • Charge: 1 hour (100% charge on DC) 
  • Weight: 585 pounds 
  • Price: TBD 

With a new Energica rolling out for 2020, the model obviously had to be included in our favorites—the Italian firm has yet to produce an ugly bike. At EICMA 2019, it unveiled the striking new Eva Ribelle, the company’s first streetfighter.  

In addition to offering one of the best (advertised) ranges in the industry, the Eva Ribelle has the power figures to match the look. It doesn’t just look aggressive—it actually is. Energica claims that the bike produces 145 horsepower, 159 ft-lb of torque, and can reach a top speed of 125 mph (electronically limited). The model’s price point and availability have yet to be announced but considering the entry-level Eva EsseEsse9 is priced at $23,400, expect the Ribelle to cost a pretty penny.