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Energica Opens Their First Electric Motorcycle Store in the World in San Franci

It's a glorious day for Italian electric motorcycle manufacturer Energica, as they announce the opening of the first Energica store in the world. The flagship store will be located in San Francisco, California, the "homeland of electric vehicles," the manufacturer announces.
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The San Francisco dealership is the tenth representative of Energica worldwide and the second in the United States, alongside the Energica North America Operations Headquarters in Mooresville, NC.

This announcement arrives at the end of the Energica Eva Cal 1 Tour, an official presentation tour the manufacturer put up in California. The tour had Bill Levasseur as the #Cal1Tour Rider, an actor, pro rider and veteran, and also the youngest F-16 Crew Chief in the USA Air Force during Desert Storm.

Bill took the Energica Eva naked superbike to many of the iconic spots in the Golden State, from Santa Monica to Long Beach, from the Bixby Bridge to the Golden Gate, stopping at The Rock Store in Los Angeles and at Alice’s Restaurant in San Francisco. His trip also included joining the Quail Ride in Laguna Seca, and the Quail Motorcycle Gathering.

The Eva covered 450 miles (724 km) with nine fast-charging stops that took around 23 minutes each. Thanks to the onboard fast charging equipment and the ChargePoint network, the stops were short enough to make the ride as enjoyable as possible.

We remind you that Energica is readying all their bikes for the fitment of on-board fast chargers. This way, customers don't necessarily have to spend on getting one right from the moment they order the bike. Installing a fast charger on Energica motorcycles at a later time is now easier, thanks to the pre-wiring and all the preparation that come ex-works.

Livia Cevolini, CEO Energica Motor Company S.p.A.: "We’re very excited to open our first worldwide store in California, the homeland of electric vehicles. 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."

No promotional prices were mentioned for the US at the time of writing, so we can guess that the Eva will be available for around $34,500.

 
 
 
 
 

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