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Energica set to electrify Australian market

Energica electric motorcycles have just been approved for Australian roads and are now available exclusively through the Australian Electric Motor Co. (AEMC) and dealer partners. 

Three models from the Italian motorcycle manufacturer have been approved by the Department of Infrastructure – The Ego, Eva Ribelle, EsseEsse9 and the newest Energica model, the Experia.

“This is a big moment for motorcycles in Australia”, said AEMC Managing Director Tobin Page “These bikes have the biggest battery packs, the most powerful motors, the most advanced power management systems and the longest riding range of any electric motorcycle anywhere.”

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Energica Ego
Energica Ego

The range topping Ego is the brands race bike model featuring a whopping 126kW of power and a claimed top speed of 241km/h. As expected with an electric bike with seamless torque the 0-100km/h sprint is covered in just 2.8 seconds which will give any litre sports bike on the market more than a run for its money.

Energica have the Eva Ribelle is the sports naked model in the electric range. Packing 126kW like the Ego and covering the 0-100km/h sprint in the same 2.8 seconds as well. The EsseEsse9 is a need with retro styling. The power has been toned down a little delivering 80kW.

The newest model in the Energica electric lineup is the Experia which has been designed for touring with a more upright seating position. The Experia delivers the rider a very respectable 75kW.

Energica EssEsse9
Energica EsseEsse9

The good news is that we have had the opportunity to put the Ego and the EsseEsse9 to the test on the road and will have reviews up on both motorcycles shortly.

Energica Motor Company is the first manufacturer of supersport electric motorcycles, with the bikes masterfully manufactured in the Italian Motor Valley in Modena, Italy. 

To find out more or test arrange a test ride of an Energica motorcycle if you are in Queensland head to theAustralian Electric Motor Company located in Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast or if you are Sydney, head down to Zen Motorcycles at Alexandria.

Energica Experia
Energica Experia
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkinhttp://twowheeladdicts.com.au
Andrew Jenkin is the founding editor of Two Wheel Addicts, ride editor at Exhaust Notes Australia, a contributor to BikeReview and Drivetribe as well as being a panel judge of Harley Davidson's Breakout Boss competition. Andrew has a love for anything on two wheels whether that be sports, naked or adventure bikes, with a guilty pleasure for cruisers.

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