Interested in learning how to ride a motorcycle quickly, without the hassle of gears and a clutch lever? Read on.
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Riding a high-performance electric motorcycle on the track is a distinctive experience.
Now, for the first time, riders can participate in an Electric Riding Academy organized by the single manufacturer for the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup!
Experience the future and become fully immersed in the purest form of electric power: a unique riding course on board Energica models, with expert instruction, on a historic Italian race circuit in the heart of the Motor Valley.
The course will include electric riding techniques on the track and practice exercises. Participants will be divided into 2 groups of 5 students each.
9:30 am – Welcome coffee and accreditation @ Energica Headquarters
10:00 am – Theoretical training (classroom)
12:00 am – Lunch Break and independent transfer to the Modena Circuit
2:00-5:00 pm – Practical training: exercises and riding control
5:00-6:00 pm – Track sessions with Alessandro Brannetti
6:00-7:00 pm – Hot laps on the track
7:30 pm – Official certificates awarded
Professional trainers with extensive high-performance motorcycle international experience, will be available to customers throughout the day for personalized instruction and advice.
The course will take place at the Modena Circuit.
Total cost for the one-day training and track instruction will be € 990 which will be reimbursed for any rider who goes on to purchase an Energica within 30 days.
Dates Available: May 31 and June 23
Alessandro “Branna” Brannetti is the most experienced rider in the world of electric motorcycle racing.
Alessandro first began riding with CRP, the parent company for Energica, ten years ago. Before then, he was four-time Italian minibike champion and then he landed in 1998 at the 125GP of the Italian Championship (CIV).
The genesis for Energica took place during the two-year racing period 2010-2011. This is when Brannetti won the titles of European champion and vice world champion in our company’s first electric competitions. He was on board the eCRP – the first prototype of electric racing bike created by CRP Racing.
Today Alessandro is the official tester of Energica Motor Company and FIM Enel MotoE World Cup. He has the highest number of track hours and miles with electric motorcycles of any rider living.