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Energica opens San Francisco retail store

Energica’s brand of supersport electric motorcycles has opened a retail location at 53 Page Street in San Francisco. The Italian manufacturer cut the ribbon on July 6 and was joined at the celebration by Italian ambassador Armando Varricchio.

Galleria Energica is located in the heart of San Francisco, close to the Mission District, and displays a variety of Energica models. Visitors will be able to feel and experience the exceptional uniqueness of the new Energica electric motorcycles.

To order and purchase Energica motorcycles, a new configurator is available at energicamotorusa.com. Customers can use a tool to choose different accessories and options for their bike. Energica staff then contacts the customer within 48 hours to manage the purchase process. Energica bikes are custom built at the factory in Modena, Italy, and delivered as soon as they are completed.

On hand for the Energica retail store grand opening in San Francisco: (from left) Italian ambassador Armando Varricchio, Energica CEO Livia Cevolini, marketing director Carlo Iacovini and consul general Mauro Battocchi.

On hand for the Energica retail store grand opening in San Francisco: (from left) Italian ambassador Armando Varricchio, Energica CEO Livia Cevolini, marketing director Carlo Iacovini and consul general Mauro Battocchi.

 

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