An Electric Ride And Flagship Dealership For Energica

The Energica Eva Cal 1 Tour has officially ended and as its motorcycle production ramps up, the Italian manufacturer has announced the very first flagship store opening in US, in San Francisco to be precise.

Called the ‘Energica Eva California 1 Tour’, Bill Levasseur rode from Los Angeles to San Francisco in a single day on Thursday May 12th. Interesting fact, Bill Levasseur is an actor, professional rider and veteran, serving five years as the youngest F-16 Crew Chief in the USA Air Force during Desert Storm. Over 450 miles and 9 fast charging stops, which each took 23 minutes on average, Bill was able to enjoy an exciting and unconventional journey on the Energica Eva.

This trip may not seem like a big deal to traditional riders, for those who enjoy an electric ride, it was a journey without any range anxiety.

During the trip, both rider and motorcycle joined the Quail Ride riding in Laguna Seca track as well as stopping at the Quail Motorcycle Gathering, the main Carmel motorcycle event.

"It's such a joy to ride!" Levasseur said when arriving in San Francisco.

Hoping to make it an ‘Energica’ summer, as mentioned the Italian electric motorcycles manufacturer will open its very first flagship store. The first location will be at 53 Page Street in San Francisco and won’t only be new to the United States, but 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."


Pictures from the ‘Energica Eva California 1 Tour’ - Source Energica Twitter

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